Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00135
 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 10, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00135
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Highlights.. of City's Gala Labor Day Celebration

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Labor Day Fete ,I I'f'

Ask ; Brings Out 1,200 f i iI

I Council Vacates I Program 4

Old Inlet Road I Aided ByWeather


On Ringo Request I I 'i

j With bunny skies and cooling< i
,aa Assessment t Protests, breezes to help along a program 'j( ,

Other Matters HandledAt I that began early In the morningand ,
lasted until long after mid- .
Two I
Lengthy Meets .
i night. Venice's third annual LaI : .
Passage of a resolution vacat- I bor Day Celebration provided :a I

S. Rep. J. Hardin Peterson heft,. Lakeland delivers Labor Day address. Others are '1. to r.) Co. ing the old Venice Inlef Rd., on memorable holiday for an estimated ..f, .
Atsesscr Glover Ashby Sarasota: Co. Clerk W A. Wynne, Sarasota: Mrs. Mary E. Brooks. 81, which H. M. Buddy i Ringo began 1,200 local residents and
la Gorda; Cmdr. Homer C. Hebb. Sarasota Bay Legion Post: Tom Wrede Sr.. local friend of theer building a fishing center sev- guests who attended. ,
and Cmdr. William S. Jonas of the Lemon Bay Legion Post, Englewood.
eral weeks I 1
._ ago was a li'chlightj The program opened with a
of a lengthy city council meeting I series of athletic events for women \ .

[-Police Chief 26 Veterans 4 Non-Vets Tuesday night at the city h9'.l.! and children at 9 a m. on t

The action was asked by J. 11'vln the Kentucky Military Institute
Walden Sarasota attorney Parade Grounds In the heart of

ed in Mill Sign for the New DraftAlthough representing Ringo. The la'tcr, a the business section. Other events i
local .arpon fishing guide, Is I Included a beauty contest, a fish ;
currently involved in a law suit fry a talk by U. S. Rpp. J. Hardin
|inter Police Chief Gerry Pesk registration for Uncle Sam's new peacetime draft rose by which Owner George Dittos: of Peterson of Lakeland, an air '

who left here in June af- by 30 more names in Venice this week, the chances that the nation the nearby Tarpon Center is nt- I show by U. S Army fighters and YIi
leading the local police force will call most of those signing up seemed slim. limpting to halt construction ol training planes, eight spirited
1945 has Reason Is that only four out of the new group have not already the new.flshinj center. ciuartcrhorse races, and an eve- t
had military service, and former servicemen are exempt from draft The lesolution stated that the 'ning dance at the Venice Golf Y
ed I In
a steel mill accident call at present All men between Inlet Road had never been public and Country CJub. Dick Rich was: litt

I Is in "critical condition" In I 18 and 25 years of age must register Police Station Now property and was used only with general program chairman.

spiral at Cleveland, Ohio.Is and give Infol mat Ion that ihe permission of the landowner. Reality Winner

information was reorted will help the country plan: its defensive At Former SpotVenice's involved. At the same time It I The beauty contest, one of the

pe Gondolier yesterday :'oy I, armed forces, however, specifically declared the old road malor events, was staged on a
feft 0. Hanchey, Venice's po- servicein police department "vacated," explaining t.mt It was platform in the center of the parade -
hief Hanchey said two long Including those who saw which last week got a new patrol nc longer, needed brc tU '; of con- grounds. It was won by Ml*
|nce telephone calls had been the last war. Ai action of the new Esplanade Jeanette'Humphries, 17, a buxom -
man and a new cruiser, also gota
led from Mrs. Pestotnlk by a The new registrants this week :st west of the i''J road. dark-haired girl who repre-
this week.
resident, who was told that brought the Venice area total to "new" headquarters Gibbs. in fi'VK'ru a temporary sented the Naples American Le-

former chief had been run- 55 since the program began on The department' desks and ir Junction 8 iJ' IS. Ringo.! ( had gion post. Second place went to
a fever of 102 degrees for Aug. 30. Approximately 100 more other equipment were moved yes- Calmed: the roar was needed lo Martha Adams 17, a slim Osprey
'ass three days. are expected to appear before the terday from the city hall to the serve as an emergency escape lass who was sponsored by the

i-totnlk, bout 34, received deadline on Sept. 18, according old chamber of commerce build- mite fn case the Esplanade Venice-Nckomis Chamber of
''d degree burns on his back tp H N. Wlmmers local real Ing at Venice Ave. and the Tam- I should be w.nhej out during a Commerce and also won the same
:hey< explained, when a rain- estate man whose office is being laml Trail. The regular police hurricane. No further action is honor In last year's contest. Third
he was wearing caught fire used as local registration head- phone was also transferred there expected on the case until Ch CUlt place winner was Kathleen Mac-
touching some hot steel quarters. under the old emergency num- Judge W T. llurison of Sarasota Asklll, 18, a tiny blonde who was
The former policeman ap- RegistrantsThe ber 2121. returns frrm a vacation. entered by the Sarasota Bay Le-

tly' had been cutting the only non-veterans who The move was made accordingto Acts Oil Protest gion Post.
with an acetylene torch, and signed up this week were F. Otis Chief Herbert O. Hanchey because The council also took formal : The Judges were Col.! Jack
'X realize until too late that Brbnson, 18 Venice; Robert E.Rpblnett the city hall headquarters action Tuesday on four written Nealon, a retired U. S. Army Air
oat was near the rods. 22. Nokomis Gerald I. proved to be too far from the lid two verbal protests that Corps officer; Mrs. Janet T. Con-
e accident was said to have 20, Englewood, and Jerry city Jail and the town's most were presented at a special meet- I over, social editor of the Gonda-
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El Patio Owner BringtBack Police Station Women to Sew (for yJ
Local PTA to Hold from Indianapolis Canadian Army I At Auxiliary Medina
(Continued from Pare One)
1st Meet of Year W L Miles, owner' and manager Women of the local
Baker Joins heavily-travelled thoroughfare It
of the El Patio Hotel returned Legion Auxiliary
The Venice-Nokomis Parent win jPJD
here last week after a two has been necessary to maintainan s
Teacher As' n, will hold Its first tonight in the \Wtt
meeting of the year at 8 p,m, next month Indianapolis visit at, his Ind.former homein Local BusinessNative extension phone In a call box dry and Dry Cleaning St"

Tuesday In the high school. It While away he suffered a heart on the Trail, he claimed, and to Venice Ave., to sew tity
was announced yesterday by MM
attack, but he said yesterday that do most all police work from that use in veterans' hOlPlt&Ia
A W. Moremen, association sec- 1 of JerseyTo
he Is feeling much better now. point rather than at the city hall
re taiy will be the
He opened his hotel for the sea Help 1. & S Owners JIM 'ttti
The meeting will actually be aJ' this week The transfer was actually nothing needlework session hu bees
son Start New' ServicesOne
reception for teachers of the local I Miles brought back with him more than a return to the by the group since I last

schools, Mrs Moremen said. his daughter Mary Jo, 1'1'ho of Venice newest business department's former quarters. The meeting was
J' and an address will be delivered entered the Venice-Nokomis High houses, the L & S Bakery of 307 Mrs. arrow(
School The police station was maintained Mabel Surls,
by Coun Superintendent chalrmy
y added new employee i
School this week His wife will W. Venice Ave. a
Verman Kimbrough of Sarasota In the old C of C building until the auxiliary rehablliutiotmlttee
I remain In Indianapolis until this week and I I
All teachers and parents of local their son, Robert, 19, enters Indiana plans for increasing Its customer moved to the city hall when ,
Ii 9 school children are Invited to at- University for his sopho- services In the near future. the latter was opened last March. Materials will be furnish
lend refreshments be served
more year The new man Is Max Barasz,
39, a former Canadian Army bak- REOPENED TO SERVE YOU
The associations executive Mrs Harry Sjoblom, publicity: .
er who has become a bakery operation
committee also announced this Mrs A L. Blalock, study group:
consultant since the win. IL PATIO HOTEL
week that It had selected committee Charles Oadd recreation, and
Barasz' main job hue will be
o chairmen to serve during Bazll E Bowen, carnival
to help the owners of the L & S In the Heart of Venice, 5 Blocks from Beach
the coming year They include Dr, F M B Schramm Is president -
'\, Mrs build up their business volum 223 W, Venice Ave
George Higel Jr. budget and of the PTA here Other offi- "'boil F
"t finance: Mis Helen Vacheressc, and Sine he Is also an expert Dan
cers are Mrs R. E. Fields W. L MILES Managing
hospitality: Mrs. B M Wlmblsh, Homer Mikesell, vie presidents: I ish and French paltry; baker, One
progress! : MI'S H S. Bowden Mrs. A W. Moremen, secretary, however he will devote at least:

( tnemic'-hlp: : Mrs frank Roebuck and Mrs. George Hlel Jr. treasurer part of every day to turning out:

,r 4::u 1 I procedure and bY-laws: -. -- products Among of the this other type.new service Notice of Availability' for Lease oil

:q : that the L & S plans *o off t lithe Buildings Located Yeninl
J. near future. according to Mr,
I' A Paul Ltr ien, part owner of the Air Field.The
I Army ,, .
Long CoolDRINK bakery, is truck deliveries in th!
I Venice area The exact date for
41a establishment of this service has
of Venice is .ij'l
making Buildings T
not been dclded! upon yet. City

I'II Volunteered for Army 1-I5-I' and Moo, Venice Army Airfield, :inlall: |

Stop AtLarry's Bara Is a native of Elizabeth. for business or manufacturing use.hxipoMN .
N J.. but was reared In New VOl k

I .state He learnt hIs trade from I : for lease must state t\pe ot Ki
I Place an uncle Harry Migdal, whit I or manufacturing: : proposed to be conducted ntk:|
N Y.
I growing up In Newburgh. I
I When World War 2 broke out leased: property.
4' On the Tamlaml Trail Volunteered for service with
lust north of Nokomis Canadian Army before the h'1 The City reserves the right to reject any Tall :

r It Delicious Sendwiches States entered the conflict. offers.
The work of a baker In the I
i Also Packaged liquors atout the I
army Is same as Ir
civilian life, Barasz modestly I City of VeniceIIELGA

claimed yesterday But he mentioned ROEsS MEP
s that while in service h* I II City tlnk

I participated in the Allied land-
Ings In southern France, and that
::1 Announcing. I a ship he was serving on In the
Irish Sea was sunk beneath him

I Since leaving the Canadian Radio Sick Broken!|
One-Day Laundry ServiceFOR I Army of which he Is still a reserve .
member the baker hi*

t helped open three new shops In
I the north He also spent two w1nj We'll fix it for
, Ln..-lewi end \ YOU
' I eniceokomis: Placida i tern in MiamI. working as a pastry 0

F. Hi. Comfort and Punta Gurdi Beach:I I and bake as head In the baker Flamingo!at the Poin-Club I very quickly and ,

i Family Bundle Our Specialty ''I liana panied Hotel.here by Barasz his wife was accom-j for a price JOlt can

he couple! Is currenMy
; Wet Wash Fluff Dry Finished I for an apartment. I I afford. r ..r

e The L &. S Bakery was openedty '

I Mr,. Larsen and her husband I' Sony No Work on Auto Sets)
Telephone Venice 3385 for Pick-up Service Paul, last January 21. Natives of

Geneva, N Y.. they came here
after working In Boca Grande : And If You Need A New Set -|

Englewood Automatic and Ft. Myeri Mrs. Larsen was
Laundry B-29 Instrument inspector for the n I: We Have The Best!

U S Army Mr Forces nt Ft. I
Mytr -
'Operated by Experienced Laundry Personnel!
during! the war, while her trust B. & W. Record Playen

,.-. bard wa foreran of an air forc
1-'trlral shop
40 Public Address System

FOR RENT By Dav. Week or Mlll
& Something NEW for Venice Battery or AC operaW

\ J MAX BARASZ Venice Radio Service

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EXPERT 251 W. Venice Ave. Cecil H. Grieve, Ownt!|

Special His Joined Our Shop to Help PHONE 2872

Phone See Our New Illustrated News Window Ds plaY -
Orders Brin:? foil the Changes Three Times A Week
Delivered Best t in Tempting Baked Goods


A compete line of Danish Pastries, Llmt I FRED B. KINO, OWNER
Rolls and Biscuits, Cup Cakes, Fruit and Ts : 0} Punta Oorda
R Nut Pastries Devils Focd and Banana
Layer Cakes, etc, Baked Fresh Every Day I

,,, rrrrrl'IP' The "L & S" BAKERY I New Pastry Wker and ConsultantAt

S: S07 W, Venire Ave, \ The

1 1Y L &\S BakeryPage


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BeDtember 10. 1948

1' 1

hy YOU Need A Comprehensive

Personal Liability Policy ;{ 1(1(

$15,000 Damage

Suit Is Filed

A civil action suit asking 1113,-
000 In damages was filed In cir
# cuit court today by Mrs. Nodie E.
Jones against Jack M. Rhoades. ?
Mrs. Jones alleged In her bill
that she fell on a slippery walk:
leading to the Rhoades home and
as a result sustained permanent
back inJuries.

[This news story appeared on the Front Page of the Sarasota HeraU.Tribun for August M, In'18it can happen to You, tool! So pro

tect yourself with one of our comprehensive Personal Liability Policies '



[$10,000 Coverage Only $10 for One Year, $25 for Three Years 1

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Venice, Fla. Phone 2431.


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\ GONDOLIER Pt'1day, Septemnbn
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11' : .> ; of Ven.cf man: ." the) orate: RIOY: R.- I live sonic t.
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: oto Rei D. Campbell CrawforlTil \ltuxl 11 Lid
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,:. \ t B.... '. ': Pl'i'. dc Leon own mupip: :. always ,'c-.' :- one "i 0"- many Ells pp'ut that Ro\", D. Campbell Those who dinKJ "III'
:.:r. .". ,. here Aft \1111 I IKujkendall
tU"I \ : :M' ,::d &M Arthur ctmede:- ar." < fe :;It:. Crawford pa,toi' "I) m Fir, Bip Church, made at his oiginl-

) C 0 .' arc .. ,..ur Djroth sue, I the 1 II\.5: ,.' :;. ';-t: in !!e ci:-. za'rn :tcmtacat:on Bible Scno't! Sim.:!V\ SI'I'111'111: be shown Mi I 1d. Ifa Calir jJ
: L.U' and. caLitcn! : AI- a Wallace Mi n' Mi ]
S,mdiriiht, Srpt 19. In n Kodachrome moving picture that the
Mr. and Mrs F IT: th andt!
1Ji -011 'lira' m.kt" '.:-' Ift'fl'et I
cameraotinj pastor nude during I tine gleesThe climn liM c
fly. Mr, and Mi DoraldSnl
!. i-atk: L. Lanui san; of M:'. and Olo: ::r:v nt: \\.t\'-r. :is tit fir= are Edith Mae McKn, io\' nagilt'orcvroundo. daughter of Mr I I I
Mr. and Mrs
; M:', flank M Laniu flU: : : Mad MF'gtjx' Dand.
of B\v. ind Mr Clyde: McKinney of Venice: Sherry Thompson Might ,
I Mr. and Mi B |
S P: = unud 1 last Friday from ale tort.::. '.heirndca : <:,n'Ir.a'\' backlro\1d' daughter of :M" and MM Minilet Thompson < fLajul \ or Dve I

0e.tie ',' ; :.:' n. :' and Mis Whiten Ikr' aid Ie i
oi a two \1'e.'Ji \ \- o. and Judv Anderson 'back to t'amNal'ho e parents and I I
/ < .' :1'l: hI' Frank ;:.' )":' llv, Mr. and M TI, WT|
parent j : ad!:r'5 ould net b, determined l immediately,
. i II :. '.\ ,>., .n charge ol mil.ta' I:: I! Jr.. Mr and Mi I Tim Kdj t|
l'l ... and Mrs Ha '
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It, .. \ il Pacific: campiicr] 'I. .. :; p. '; Local Children to be Seen : family, Mrs. L Ado:Jan,1 ft
f. ts'" '" Ben Dunn, Mi Letter tatij
i d War 2 1 K an i' is re\'rrc1 ':: ." t
JI Mrs. Mibd fir M.m
> T: at "nll'pl.j'r| ot F."na \ .

. f,> o.;: In 'Movies' of Bible School 1 Suits, Dick R J. 'I Hot,'j jCol

I j -tine Mi Ml' J. J. Nt 'n. Mall
and T P of :..' I
4 11 : : ; : E.I:: : Bowen and Do Arnall,
ninian ol Bay Punt. Nokomisrt .,' fC. .'. -
Cop- .
: Bea I'
Mrs Harrman's father. O D ? t :, t1' ''Td films -----1 Auxiliary of! ale) ata:
1 lane 0 F:. ,:.t :.- ,, : -..,. : '.
Cowell of D lyton. Ohio lift will M.Je\ P.ISI'T ed this week tr' steam|
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C);- 'p. -: a Venice Couple Marks'Paper' I
M 1 tf:: )here for an indefinite time month, the 01' an iticel *
Iteek .4.1 i"e.r., ,.-. NA leek
and friend .
o- : i Anniversary Rime Its tar nH'''art-rmr.

f :Mi, and Mis Call CubU:: of city Mitt B.ptw ChlrchIll harp al: schedul Se st,-': \, ,'I be held;|
vII opportune to see some of tlhelrchildren Anr'her paper anniversary
O Land. who are former ifdents the fift a nct. d Aloridasi!
: and 4: -, Jactt 'I:Care! "
Cf \enlc wile in town Monday in the mo','les on Sept 1'1at'a,; marked this week was ginning on Si"i :O. D11119: :
BIly; and! :hplr :'4 tdogs )
t'! v:.i:'ng their mans friends here 13 i j that of M:- and MM Graham : summer the gl'l'' T h:' torn P j
returned Tu'
+40y : theirhume >
and oinln ReD Campbell! Craw fold Iic-ich of t theulie Golf ana 7"'
in the fun rf the on Oiond; AiP after i ] i rrlng but once a m
L t1 bo:' D.IY act'\'it les pastor ol the church. took Koda Country Club. Although those -
30 cla\ ,,m: Brach
--oMi chrome movies of the children a' who saw' them working at the Venice Visitor Mamd
lliex wee the guest.> of Mrs Mtaiel '
: and Mu \\ 1linm JOSt'-1:1: work and at jlaynllP attending American Legion! dance on Labor -
f V: eunt Di. Nokomis. met sister. M t P B Crcuof ,' the Vacation Bible School at the I Diy nigh may not have Mr, and Mi R". 0, S;|
And"t on. I"d i' ;
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:1 U 'veai.old son Blh: a. he church during the week of A i- I lealiwl It, they were "eelebiating son of Venice ., a k'
Su:fi d, o- t ile: B-ach
.0 c I'r ; h.. train Tuesday In TamF run 23-27 The pictures were not their fast annll't'I'sary recently tel'in' m lit! X'']

,j: 'pending! / the ,ummer Labor -(1- I I' pi>ed and are an actual record I then Mi, and Mrs. French Slmp>on'x \>n Chari l!

B' Ca'))11' Mohi! ,in. Lak Goons. Day wt-ktnd' guests olMr of the young peoples activities came hAre a fear ago from I Schneider of M., 'n OJO; '
and MRo B'lekplew] of !
N y Bt''t \\a .,:1s-. oJ!: suest f,)r I during the class ptrlodsI I II Philadelphia and Mr French been married. His brdeliJ
''i R tl't k< before Bay Point Nokcmi were their{ I Is now former Mrs. Mil Dater, ilfcf
amp stalled I Still Miots Too treasurer of the countrjclub
daughter Mis Edna: ___ B_ ::rVoWMM _..... _.': j
rIi __ B:1Ckptbrohpr.ln.law! u I The pastor also) took manyblack Marion and th \\i :e '!4S'day .

end Mstcr Mr and :?f--s. T. 0 ". and white still pictures of afternoon it 4.30 H
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the children! 'I I Presbyterian C' ui ol 111'by
; Biamblette: the ]latten daughters I some of which h-
J I; has Rev J D 01 rl' : and som frlerd Mr and mounted and hung to d '-orate UTFDSOLD' :

Mrs. Ralph DiHunt and ion all ; the Sunday School rooms of I Mr, Schneider is mall ['*'
k Through a low-cost (2 having spent |
I n I of Miami the church. I hi this area
cents per word* Gondolier classified nter here sub i
five w
Revs past :
-o- I j Crawford will]) shothr
I II fWer
MJ and Mrs. Louis L Know,]It", new films as well as those taken ad brothl'r.ln-Iaw and
owners of the Know IPS Jewell at the 1947 Bible) Cetnont" sessions

I store here. returned to town lu.t I''In addition he will exhibit a Ko-

II'I I week after a to months bU 'lnz'' dachrcme picture taken last year SUMMER MONTHS

trip In thp noithV1iile away at the Mission Bible School for I Close Saturdays at One

they visited Philadelphia! Pa.. Negroes in Laurel

I and New York CII)'. I i The 'show; '"' will bo held In th'

C! -"-- large Sunday School Auditorium-. ...-.. II. N. WIMMERS Realtor
;' t Several folk about town hive 'at about 8,30 pm, Mining the -

l Knowledge of Pharmacy been receiving! letters from Chlra i regular evening church service. PENINSULAR: TEIlEl'IIONE CO

I tI tt\ recently They come from ColjA !. FLORIDA POWER: AND LIGHT

tNfr\ UT. F."SniT.\!. j C, Earnshaw and his sister- GONDOLIER: Classified Ads WESTERN t.'NIOSWt'tt'rn

r TO J\ !.It\ PRESCRIPTION in-law, Miss Emma Kirk, who cost little, yet produce fine h.

/ tailed for the OrIent last May af- nits Just phone Venice 3131 h. L'nlon to I"*
I Open Hollda\s 11
\ on Sundays and
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n"d )pier macists win ter livinr In Venice for about two fore 5 p m. \Vodnesda>'s,
j ( ,:1 It 1 education .
and kng cx- jears Col! Earnshaw's daughter -
P' rit'm." in their pu)fes flo:1 amP Mrs. Ruth Lo. and her husbandare

emitted to fill prescription: connected with the Hua ] '
In "-ur Pharmacy I Chung University in Wuchan NOTICE VENICE-NOKOMIS;

Our first consideration I Is to fulfi:I We hop' they are all enjoying j I

your physIcian's d<:slres. the Gondolier, which I Is being RESIDENTS

sent out, to them earn week. I

The I -o-- I YOUR: '}
Rexall Store"Pre.rripsl.n oI.AUNDHY I _
Mrs. L. L Steckley celebrated -:- YOUR OWN

Rp.si.lir.... her birthday Monda evening :I i3RING US YOUR WASHING WHILE! YOU SHOP
with Mr
PHONE: Jin Steckley at the Labor I
VEMCF ,I Day dance In the Venice Country 1



If N. An..,r, f.ll :.:.5 I LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT ,





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I September 10. 1948 VENICE GONDOLIER Page Five

and Bugle- Corps I Gondoliers Have CHURCHES 'j.
Competition :
ime Is Changed \ OldRing Lost

Venice prized Drum about and two Baglloi yeauJFiul ; ........ ,; :"'"r_ :,: / h. '. r &E ........I'" .I 1 Found Thrice Cana.B./ PoInt NottomUL \{I

1 ...... .,:: ;I.'J;
I 0:45 S '
ant. "ti
Ooldestcin w:11 meet I '....... ," "': ....i "+ #:-Ur r I II a.n.. 11"ou.R Vk ,astslp.
Saturday morn. } :Vanmei: OP >' r=. '"it of ti! 1,4 p.m.. \Ih, .lInwolo'p'
r lery 1 .
t\t "H" m. Nissan. 'iv"
\l ,t the Alpha Music I ----.... .. : .A1 I .,, ..... .. Vol ll1JTon: A;} '. I'o\d this W.dri ao, 111.. d .t.trrekp :
le w tI U that [',utu thin and bass 1 "ayer and .lIn" '.e k. ,1
ItC st Venice Ave. tai-l h,oorf StrrlerHI *
""'- ... t. .' I :: 'r t 1 c m:" i ; In e,. If you 10 n.m S ",..\ I I. 1\ti. Lutes.Lamm I
,II R< boys ar- Invltrutflt It .if1. I ;ill Ion 'l'JI\giJ. that! % 'tilt: .
I t ; Is A ..,. ( 11.. ,'h ...,,1,v j
o n If Interested -- I I T.H' bad \:''v.- reveal' d when h" -.- -- +

nember of the 1. [ IP) ', 1" ) I., Oo idoher office r"r naplisi' rNt'ccf5
ro pel < -_ : ...- N r.--in M Minis A...... \
} 11 announced tM \ Wic'np %aVioininq: to repni VffttKii
f 1'1 dt t h; a ,1d 1 1st a grid wedding ,.. It ..' .1.: l ii,4. r. Itar \\1
$ e.- '
: : tin! th:,t bad hl'lolllI'd to '), tl r., 14 h.. "'nlo/, I '
; H flits t1.Tt1prnya 1'
two a" t grouts I mot hel'. It had dl.appearefrom p m. .. "....
tt# ,. .., ...
'k"tff' 1 ,, Wrolr. 1" Ir... .te
nine his
old watch chain 'I'tt
t: n 'elrs ai tit >>dl\y nlgUtIi .
II'NU, while e:1f1: :: said and he feared It was tone: 1
'I'r'! MA'I"'C' 1':" rOt."f. :
:"i KOK'' '
1 4 year old her,n' CINflCH I

lie older! It Anile t lUng his stUI' ', Ul' till H St. ftn.1 r.I, non r'/...
cioup Iliad also La' ", r... (.....n."I w. a, striker.
:m. nicncd : j
Ca v ta be 1CI } or Bon l-\ idol hi ItatiwC..1RUI .
K4 : .t. \ IK h'11 en I lo<' fw':c* )nforr. \I"It a '1 Sndav 11"11",1.!
,It ,"f lltmdnet
tc the coips I The firs t m-- Ire chopped !1' I.'om It .. "" 11/""rtttir ,,"vk.. ..rend and
1..011 i'ot4losof Fare mM1th uAt.1'r.
> '
hrln'I'I'q! vuil": pi;yl"if In tits.Pacific ; 1.1.... \
-..Sarasota25:9 < .> Ocean and the second IAIt. fifth ruv'as 'n Voo ant qeunut
Phones ....... -- t time' he leI I 1' in a hotel in Mut-
.. OF f tUSht
... ? :J Orr ez. i-on1PI'Y. Ala I'e />v.ll.ITI
: '. ,,,, .., .
AmbulanceS ....... ..... Th' "i'A I part of the torYa'1'l ,.. r.. .'.\' ." ,.H" J''_\'hou..II 1' 1

.s+r 'J-- ( (, la-t. The local man said h* .I ,.' .' ,.' 10 I',I' ,, '''un..ftln..

vice :rid recovered the ling from tIp '
tiny :: I'.m \ .sue r.tppkY t't'Th'
,.., .
Pacific titter a bout of wduwa .
w ..
Day or Night 1'.1,1 '., "In.. '-" 'It 'Uf'I'.'.
> searching. end that a quick! w:j'
: ; .
to the Ahbpmi hotel) 'jia"aii'r vFNif'F ,'ATPnI.I' HUIIII
inp and CourteousBARTSSHANNON NEA Photo had saved It t lh" 1'0'\ 'me, H 1\.n. It V'e.Tnep. \.n. ;t

) ha'fly expected: anot.:ci recov L'rt C t. I.t.' u.", Paenr t
The gondolier of Venice the boatmen who sing while 9 .n 1">. .

Funeral Home guiding Huh craft through the canals of the Italian rnA .MAFtI'Silil
winding few minute, after h" 1 J..Ct th" / V u|' i.(in "H' fern

'I community that gave our city Its name are apparently having Gondolier office. liowner. h- venter,'v r l<.n". lint 1'.u". \. "I kornUIt 'u,..r p

I their! troubles these days They see a tiiieat to their ancient went to the post office ail bumI'd 0 p m.. K"tin* S, riKHi .,
II I business the popularity ol the newfangled "water kis' being Into Mu Victor Retty wife rf Assl hial.liF'i.t: : > \'HI a4W.nlo"
I I P.n'erntxl/
1 I demonstrated by two Venetians In this picture. according to pre the owner of the Gulf Theater" \. 110. .. N:,,k,sid
% And iron 1 her Mi Read leaned 1t1\1 I'. 'ii'i in. iwIU _
J releases from Italy, Florldas Venetians! will gladly accept; all I" m. ,.."III\ ,' ,..I.II
I that the ring had been found in 7.:1: p n.. Rurd'n ., _'I.Ur prewe.
water i skis that might: be shipped this way foi the deIces should 1ie" theater bundnl'hl'rp.! \-' I 5 40 I' 'n T1" .hI ..IT r...M...!.

i prove a good tourist attraction here. had attended a show tho nitt'"tbefore. I a. r1x0 p m rrC rat I' to,r 8.rrwEYES ..
7150 p m r".1 w', nr-' .a.thC
,,mmin. ?: rF :et '_::_:1._use=

I kimf. fliT) CC Folder -,--
Are Neiriiij;\ Comm Ieti iii It

All persons who howl rental!

properties and cant: them lNtt.1

In the new tourist folder b'T

A Short Cut for prepared by the Venice C:'am')". 1I

of Commeic1. have bdii HO.'lifted
B'auty's Sake
by Acting Secretary B. E,,
"i In the swing of thingsa I
Bowen cl the rhan'b"r to Ret "i II
new pert hairdo the I
lit of fashion touch with him If not already! II 1

r a inert time we are of- I contacted on the matter I

f a new I Bowen said :21! owners have al-

( RI \>I COLDVA\'E ready contracted for space In tl--

for only i guide. but that lick of time may ,

$8.50 keep him from seeing all of those

f who may wish to pa 'ticitote.
Phone Lucite or Tilxle
Deadline for preparing copy for
: 2811 for appointment
Ihe folder 1 b Sept 15 Listings 11"

Charm limited to rental properties nnl 1

cost $35 C. C Lowe Is chairman

Beauty SalonClosed of the folder committee

on Saturdays wl

Our Shop Is Air-Cooled For Quick results, use a OO*
DOLIER Classif.d! Ad.




JUST turn 1 tap, push
\or and ihe Easy:
Spmdricr docs the rest AREPRICELESS.
t7 1
Fresh water surges
1 'I up through hollow

cone needle,spri> mg
the entire load! At the LIGHT IS
u same lime, whirling
basket spins off ill the
suds and scum, Today 4
biggest watber wlue +
F Ee sure "rtomeworkers are p;o- ;

vided with plenty of light,.certified ; >

lamps bright, new bulbs. for

r EASY ERMsEE god grades this year., good eyes

'n ears to come.

nlillA lIwcrm 1 t mm


Feather Your Nest With A Little Down"
icadia Ft. Myers

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fnc* 6 Edit.rial VENICE GONDOLIER Pr day,.Septa, ,

.V N # (flhir (Great America & fy fade tia1't

tar aAJ t uM/lR'.. .uw III AMIIt'AIfIlOlO.011I6 G' 1Peol 1\
I N 1r as rc'ei'tI. atKgltos OF Kbe go"
,.Detests. (ANr vu.coos'saWS r.r,lvss wAnt (
.e wanar_calllllllW asAV.I !

I 111I NIl'..._AsR/n4t.......1tOI.itMea_salt arse / J\
.- laoa5rI
,1 -Published; ;: every: Frida- -Editorial and business office, 313 \\csl i f aw ssrawawhERUA l-'So

"'tD'rl' Avenueenlre, Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venire 3131.Enured .
al iecond-clin matter June 6, 194C, at the poll office Tv the ..
H V-HK*. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Venire 1i..1Con..tvl Edu

uUcnpliorj;: rattiOne year, $2.50; six months, $1.50t three of Your eNt"rw h na lb,
I. rrcnlkr. 75.. Classified advertising; rate 2 cents per word, first 20 Ii.,. Alter In 1 lac0inexi
.F .. .acrJi. : cent. per word for each additional word. judged hr Ih. i Wllijafivj
Lnd I. Pervna
. FETE *. ( OVIURJ : Editor and Publisher r 7fL ar finally """, /,
, t a thing of II' lei,
m the sales
.. i J'"\ 'r. toUt: Office :Manager It ho fill.I. m, ..
., IOn UU K. I.KIIEi .. Shop Foreman I II' MO1PA901RaReA0 burg onno"dMU tax twit, fan'.It at by 14t" .it

I' I al -Successful 1l I ,mntiing h..I..... w.e maid filly i. ynnl
: Day Program .Iwr, without Ih".""s,,:

I l IliN week's I labor Diy celebration, the third to Ivpi Year
fo >n.v >red! I In. \ I-\:d Post No. 15() of the American I e- ,more,..In'moM.nearly,. that. a.1,ray'I."-I.y.
at jta .n.
v'ion, .Vas .1 SIlless.r I .. w.oI in 0." Ita hut many r

1ft : I here Mere, (it course some shortcomings. There who Why rr\-n,4 u..II hot III M.."hhar.......
{ lave tylolW THAT WRAPpep owl of ,h..j dr ,
\\ere iml enough entrants in w shiny I "
the beauty 1BREUP KMTD4 turrri 'a
: Contest, time rxRWEP FOR FNt t FIX Ds IDMI6M CUR hs-e. In the flnfll anxlyk h.,
: hef.bI'ere not adhered I FttOUEMCV BECTROMC MEAT Will THC TWIN' CONPOCTDR_ .nt j.,1. for t. ",.Iul! bah
events I
were chinked: :!'t 8KMKI 04 MMOM IMNJKMM .1 u.
: >!Awn M Y. ,in err truly
1 ,t'1'f., .i LimciitiHe! t tendmcy: to "pass the buck" and heap: ::111// _AMP_NUTWIl____ True tUUC poacrtt AX MOT AFF111Ttp air VARIATION H vVtlK. FINN R..I a Tm'ASP.

' the tespuniN1ity: on their! hard-working buddies. Stela tss

-'I. vucn niimir "Editoi'i NJ'I.. C
tl.nvs hnwe\er
are inevitable in
, : .a
generous rem-rk
r jed b: l.irie:: ;as( Mondiy's\ about i n]
program.: Furthermore, tin torlal Is app:rcat'd.; Hu"to
main Ihi.isj! ; to remember is that those who attended. the council and III towell
::1 "TOO LATE be shared ba'l
estimates chit
; : ('f the number vary: from I,0(X> to 4too _. I'd Venetian

hldJ while of ;.1( good time I[hey thought the morning h 0

: sports events were the a TO CLASSIFY" The Vrnh l..nifrnlc
lively fish
{, fry swell, the principal *. rlorida
11 'I'I speaker iniereMin;;, the contusions fun the air >ho'j"t \\' Door M,. Con..eri I
thrilling the horse Mn Sh-rkliy and I thut ,yaknom
races exciting and the dance just the : writ Ut it k |W
Full Bottles Will
L right finishing touch. 12 CoaoiillH
tour remark tin.kr Ulu...
'j"t All this uuild are right *>..n my all.,.
fully justify the celebration: and the i Start 'Pixiecrat' Chapter louro truly.

j b time, trouble and money that the legion put into it. Bill I.- a A s.US'/E. tone,L.lit mugs

1 +; there was: me other dividend that should! not be lost( sight By RUSSELL KAY -o-

'. i ij'' 11 of. '[hat: i is the publicity that: accrued to the cit)' as result SrrrrUn. Florida Pirui
. : of newspaper reports of the program in Sarasota My ," ...-iiuii K U those whose dll uie' keep them I Inconstant .
.11'1' and other cities This is the I &faper folk paitlcuiaily atop "calling l'ew 1 Ain 'T..
sort of
advertising that calloused to the laI '
: : contact with! politic and politicians grow
1 Venice must haif Ltus uvoun
it is to continue to grow and pros I mouthings of those who term themselves tjtesm"n" They do not Tau Yrfwk

. .per, and it i is: the sort of advertising pn.* th.it....:.. "mnn V"-J,- "1in1buy .""" I view with any great degree of alarm the rise er fall of a political

. I Dart).. and even the formation of new patties faiN to Impress them
'Editor'f Note Local itii a

.tit\1 f, I The community owes a vote of thanks to the l legion I to a point of treat concern. broKers ten l us hal wade! I

k and all who contributed their time Almost all exp,-rienced reporters sure Island" Is offlclili !
I money and sweat tn I I nated as Casey Key on i
the labor I have followed! the game of
Day program. Most of us are mighty proud --- ment maps and spate tll! J
r .)( the result; and! foresee even 'ins' and 'out*." listened to the I I ; mer title has been used In
greater success next year. lOiator.cal: thunder ol the "Hon- I using and by re
:/ '. I oiablej' and between yawns man O'e 25 years. The Condone, i
: A Wish wishing to offend no one.|
aged: to assemble items acceptableto I '
I !I v 1s to follow local usage* andb
i Unlike some citizens, we have no important com hardbolled editors as ne\\'av.orthy. O"C "Treasure Island' tobcttti
.' plaints This is true even though descriptive of the tto nael
: regarding the way the Venice City council conJiifts I the bovs who gather and prepare I shall therefore u."e thu
its _.
business licri such material know that they are tlon, except In cases
"f Ducturt
\ r> It's true enough that the council's meetings drag dealing In 90 per cent pure baloney "Pro..n'Medicine by as your a ,:inlln title Is requitedi
"'n Ice 01 the i'totlda -0T. -
: out horribly ; that so many subjects come up that it is and blah Medical AucM'I."un and < the Editor
tour local Medical bas
r' : 'impossible to keep track or them, and that a few I less Such captains an TRUMAN :1"1. \enic. GundokrrPLEASE continue l the Tido ttoo

t f ;d meetings per fortnight would suit us fine. BLASTS CONGRESS." "DEWEY goes the paper atovephe'l. III
DENOUNCES D E M 0 C RATS. EMOTIONS CANBE hire theca I anItht a. tl Wto ,
t But we imagine the councilmen would also like to SEIUOUS ft Jonrbun Arlim** "11I.1th.
rm every **L
change these situations, since they can hardly be considered WALLACE DEFENDS MOS- Doctors tooay are paying In- MTHDHUl'

t entertainment \by busy men who receive nu compensation COW" have become so common emotional creased attention to children's I'm u.>.h,lltaH..,,,. t*1.!

for their work in the city's behalf And! thit that compositors in newspaper to the usual disturbance problems of u physical well U Editor'i Note The Ut

4 realize that most of the trouble is due to the fact the:t class them with such heads as growth and development Infec dropped from the Am 2'1 1
tious diseases and to determine whether ouri
f beaus; of the city's limited number of employees, the "TWO KILLED IN SMASHUP1 orders It 11 their belief nutritional that em d iso wanted them. were resumed

i j council I itself must handle many matters that in larger or "WIFE CONKED WITH COKEBOTTLE" tional troubles can result In Imag- porarlly last week in the !
or even real, physical disorder son Farms advertisement
'i pl:1ceare: Jiken care of by paid administrative workers. The only thing that keeps the !. use In the future will d "

All the same, we have one "wish" that can be modern day newsman fiom goIng Doctor all children estimate under that five onethirdof haven whether enough other desired IU'*i
Indicate they are
granted without changing: the present municipal: setup, stark staring mad Is his kee problems of sleeping eatlnv, ellmmallon ---
s and wish sense of humor. And that prob- or exhibit general tent
we council would it
give consideration rum which lay the groundwork To the Editor

I i iThis is that when finished with any given: item on the ably group accounts of Texas for newspaper the action boys ol Informing a for rected.trouble In adult life unless coy Venice Probably Gonilollrr you did. n.. tare *4 1

agenda, the members so signify by a formal One of the a regular rub.ert"r and ""*
:announcement a new political rarty of i cat Important caus but I haw Leon let 0"x'
motion a other appropriate procedure that will their own known es of these! emotional up-set la tuna la (art, I ... In Vm. .. \10 dau
as the Pixiecrats. anxiety, an Unpleasant when WiUl.",. .1...... the KKhave
let the audience! know what action been ." that usually feeling fulluw"1 .t. l>i wits a" 'w
i.Lany, has develop whenever When It.. snnanree' \III
ilk-tn. -* \.J:* 'TL' 2L. I. I Weaiv of recOi dine the anticsof the child U not lure of his relationships would b> the n.w piiUkk y
...... to those on whom h, 1 a month MO I imimdMU, >"
\ M it i is now, even important matters sometimes Democrats. Dixiecrats and all dependent. This lense of anxiety tory for Th Tim ::f.;J'All
to the other "crats" they let them may even be transmitted to the of your friends h
I just "trickle oft" into nothing.:: Spectators: frequent selves go and announced to in' child by parent who are the wor- .niioua turfandI to 0,4 amore you "lcc"d* 011L, :'I l

!} :are 'uncertain what JltS happened, even though world the forming of their nepal \v I rying type. It may be the remit of already noted the **>iMWp a h,
an unfortunate .
they have listened to every ward of the procedure. An ty. The purpose of the organIzation home or an inability experience to compete in the erred clally up your In the Parr say, and ool.,nebdi.

improved method el putting actions on record should i which describes itself as Inside with other children of his age .m.ll You Items will find abiut Vfnlrea venues;P:,.

nuke the council s hard work better understood\ more another political party. Is embodied the or anxiety outside I the* prolonged home. and nunlty.>a the years one that to by is and I""aawHr. 'to II, tY A,

appreciated and perhaps more effective. in the charter which sets builds up to the point of becoming and work am. nf n"*
forth that overwhelming in the child he ma olki In the world
I" pdforward
seek relief in several way/ With best Wwa .. you
"Tills oaring 1 ,
'corpulatlon' to
is formed
lIoto Start through temper tantrum at W"Editor1
a Cemetery by de- I Hope to ..0bo.k l"r
for no good purpose, for fraternal atructton of property or the tend- (. Vendee, 1 rem'"". .
Carl Liddle, public relations chief of the Florida educational and for no purpose ency to Inflict pain on others. Yet. sincerely/.IT'I'lCI.110"
again he O. n. ,
may withdraw within)
Park Service at Tallahassee, tossed off a wisecrack a few whatever, to wit: To foster himself, becoming shy and Inhib TIM Z.n..Y lIIe 'Invilk Ia

weeks ago that was a real "plug"' for the kindred spirit ex'stlng! amongus. ited. Symptoms of physical 111- Mr.
Venice-Ptykomis Note: -
nell also ( *
for the education and enlightenment may develop. free
and the. surrounding areas. It la difficult to evaluate the letter, the first received I
of the downtrodden Slur
"People are so healthy around Venice-Nokomis," masses, the classes and the Jackasses relative disturbance Importance In physical of emotional disorders since newspaper he "Ilred"cal mlSUnders as

he said, "that in the early days they had to shoot someone by taking into the fold all among children, or adults for that 10 years ago 1 Is greatly agoal

before they could start a cemetery" Carl got his nonpartisans all nonplusses all matter. However of your, the family t doc understanding ated.find full His agreement remarks i mbeUe!1I.. 1

information on the area while working for a Dradenton I nonthunkers all nonsensed and tor often brings lo light any emotional of the editor *M <|
all I eat
factors '
news' xiper, nonskidded. who ascribe to that, alone with future will see fulfillm;
( physical disorders may be tau.- pubiunw'Uloru.
Continued on Page Seven) childhood of the Ohio
behavior '
probl .' .) :


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[September 10. 1948

\Jed neadsy.A"t may Fat-ADDEADLINE -M CLASSIFIED ADS tint II'II'881'IID \'

I ell Ina meat fn, with promptly-,ee the will on- l'flf-r sirs :


AL HAULING and eonti.ctlni v.n.1
irk. Muck fill dirt, .bell. aand COMPLETE lit ED FURNITURE of all kind.. USED: I" ANO. saw PnAcl.al tl.a..rMikeavlt
Phone 201LERESTED REAL ESTATE SERVICE NOTICE OF INTENTION In Trading Pout 117 W. Miami Avatiuphone .. ot the High $...luot ar eau VWL
In food muonr). The underpinned do hereby certify that i
ck 0' block wo.k. all J. K. Hill, sales Rentals they are ennducllnff a newspaper lid lie Refriiiiralol I (0 lb. CO" .. FOR KENT fTt:
7. printing bmln..a M tit W. Venue A,.. .It,. Excellent eindltion Huoo Two ,
all Covering of the FORT MYERS AREA and HIM, V"'_. Horl.li. under Iha fictitious bathtub,. t.f.K>t. IIMHio each J. K. Hill ll
Jt WORK and trucking. Louis SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Mod. ......1 hone S374 tOMPIKTFLY Redecorated. fume4rant ,
Phone Venice 2686. Pet. home to !beautiful riverfront eawt..kKteea .. ofTHE: VENICE!: GONDOLIER apartment ready for Pear Hear 1
ell and COllltol locations Including ImpeueI and that said firm It composed of the TWO 4 I.I fat Mayflower. ileetrlcMfrluernlor. (.E nsfrim rator Mid cooking unit tatnHMl. -
r i )SEPTIC TANK properttr, fishing bnU of re pumping MUM mt. Work mar. opportunities an4 income lelup. Includ. Pet 8. Co_. P. O Hoi '12, Venlw,
. hone Sarasota 70-640 or Venice Ina m..l4or cOllrto. trailer camps. haul. Florida: BOAT 20 feet half cabin: 40 hTp; Lnlverial TWO )BEDROOM H........ n..... I. evot I
opee.ting Large ranches. farm and scores Joni T. CoBover. P. O. Pot H2, Venice marine cn ine. Excellent fur fi.h- furnished. o. .nlu.nl.h.. Call 2'866.' .
and small t.acto of land A Honda. Ins and uliamre Ee Ktan Richardson lit
MOWING. Haultn. Tanis oomplm drcriptive renlal service' Bond for free Ownership of The Venice Gondolier laM R R Sporting boodn. Venice Mr.nd, Mrs. James Pouter
Cal 2771. Calvin 1I0Id. folders and maps of this trop. MlOWBI 1
ua teat section. Pate 8. U.m.ver 51 per cent plan to return to Venice same
TAKE mn .of little too In myy Janet T. Conover 4.. per ei-nU City CouncilContinued time next week according la
or sight Mn Hlnkley. Nokr (- JEFFCOTT REALTY It ll ore Intention to apply tn the Clock
Orange ,-Apu Phone (MlIMA INVESTMENTS cif the Circuit Court in and for Sararataloimly ( from Page One) word received by Sam Brook

.ble.Cjj;; M7 First Street Fort My..., Fi.rid."Everything rorida to reirixtvr the laid name who has
KING. very rea of THE VENICE: ONDOLIrR; under the been taking care of Mr.
Jones. Phone Venice In Real F..tote" Inj last Friday whets the councilmen '
provisions of
Virginia Chapter 200(1, Laws of Ponder's package liquor store la
rwatd Both the USUAL and UNUSUAL loriila. Act of l 41Witneia were nlta liij ai a bo.ncl cl
our hanih this It day of Ali their aisi'nre. The Anders .nv<4
adjustment! to rive final loisirt-
nit 1948
DESIRABLE. SELECTION of ".In... PETE 8. CONOVER from EagltMnere In the I'OC'"ftJ
Too Late U'on to the city assignmentnils
, "tea In ell, of .
b Vent. JAN 'T T. CONOVrRrubll.hl : Mountains of Pennsylvania to
L.lrra'L! ...l"t"71".. '. "".t*.t you 1.. Aii(. 211. 27, Srpt t. 10. 1U4X for 1948-49
ntinued from Page Six) Bon (8. Venice. I FI.. The protests of William P say that after a visit with Mrr.

-ROOM HOUSE frame ... NOTICE OP INTENTION Ponders mother in Washlnctoa
ogan. United We Stand with seven lots In N. komln. f conotrresinn,MO. Also TO KlUISTrR FICTITIOUS NAME Pearson and C. C. Lowe, who as-
D. C.. they will head !homowmrd 1
ed We Can'." loose corner lot In 11Py Point Telephone The. undersigned do hereby certify that serted that assessments were too
D. Holland at Venice ZM63. th., are ciilidittlnn a Sundries bimlnna Their son. J'm Jr, who has beenIn
ico pledges full and ui- at N..k.nil.. .Florida antler the fiction.. high, were denied. Reductionswere '
name 01 Washington. Is expected to
ed support to any party WANTED KdkOMIS F-UNl'RIKft given to Col. V B. Dixon
RENT drive down with them .
elves mixed drinks and ex- I and that laid firm I In eomM'rd of the and Clyde V. Hlgel after they
fall wing pinion. whiwe names and planfof -4-
1 membership to all Crafts, '.HOU"In, ) Venice. onGoldenotein. ,.,arty b.M rwldince arc an foil.w.i pointed out that their propertieswere
Phone 651. Mxirh-e M. lr.rt.l,,'k. Nokotnln Fla Miss Betty Lee Johnll4t,
lng Demo Dixie Hypo William L Braddock, Nukiimli HuOwnerhip located in sections of thj daughter rf Mr, and Mrs. J. A. al
Techno and Bureau. of Nokomis Pundrlm 1 I. af town where regular! city servicesare
DraftContinue ..IkonMnurlra Johnston of Nokomis had as tier p
Interest i 1I.. not available. James Y Harn
[is reported that In M. .k.'k. M't t
WilllKm I,. 1I.k.. M'L weekend and Libor Day gust
pew organization is spread- ( I from Page One It li our Intention to nnt'lv to the was also allowed a reduction on Miss Margaret: Nolen of St. Pet-
other states with the ia- Clerk of the Irrtitt Court In still for he claimed WAS In bad
tito A Henderson. 20 ........ Coiintt rlmlda to rtulotpr the a garage cubing The Johnston are *U1entertaining
r of a forest fire and I Nokomis.The std! nnnte NOkOMIS SUNDRIES: under condition and Aldlne Chenault t'lN week Betty f
veterans who i he lirni-Ion. <>f <'hi I't.T joi'il lawn of a{
ne there are a number ofa I registered Florida. Arm of 1041 received a minor cut when he reported Ires !Riardmothci. Mrs. J E.

newsmen who world wel- were Norman Paul Zelgler 2J. Wi'..... our hands till) good day of he had torn down a garage Jtihi-ton of Inveines. l and an
r I an opportunity to start a Nokomis; Fred L. Rlngo 25 VenIce I Sr"'ml..r. MAURICE M. IIRMlDOIkWIIIUM that appeared on )his assessment uncle and aurt Mi. and Mri E.!:

ter In this state. In that case I Ward E. Curry. 23. Nokomis: I L. HRADItOCKI'uhlUhl .
Kept t. III 17. tl 1948. C. JJIJ1 ton of Oilanda
Wl bottles according to them Claude Hunter, 24 Nokomis: Em I Other Action --,- .-

>. It might be possible to | C. Lewis, 24 Nokomis, Gerald LI TO REGISTER NOTICE lr rlcTlllOIS.l\ri::KTION NAMEThe Duriniithe Tuesday and Friday form to recent state legislation

Duke 24. Nokomis William Cj :. unilir.liii ;
of the
convention I
flu first the council also
: thereby
: .. meeting Increasing the l"1l1Ictpat.
tliry me eon lurtlnt a tt livii I
rats to Florida. particularlyT j Peterson 24. Nokomis, John W at Vin.i.<.. 'k,.'.... Ll tier the fl.tltion.VJNITIAN Decided that the city wouldbe Ity's shale front each beer and :

Is Dry or reputed to 'I Christie, 23, Venice; James R. hams, of f'ARDF.NRand ) unable to meet the service requirements wine license sale to $50. instead I .

; How kins. 23 Venice: Charles C. that and firm In aimpourd. of the .
Y following; pecan" ..I..... roanv and pla.wsof outlined tv an out-of- I of the $15 It receives it present. v
, I Chandler 20, Laurel: Billy T. ...linen an an foll....l town businessman ns prerequisite 4 Agiced to receive from a i i
rank V. l I.'h.*. Room SHU Radio
Whidden 20 Nokomis! and Wil-
OR \IJlCK. RFIIABLE Illilif. 2"10 IHth North Arlington Vir., to his establishing a trailer park Tampa real estate anpraisal drat

SFRVICE. CALL liam D. 8. Bellamy 23. Venice ''"". near the former recreation hall a proposal of terms under which t
Hailce Laurel (",.n... Cain DavM| Room solo Radio I
VenicePlumbing Also J. Harn 23 RI,1".. 2 ; Bernard Reading. 22, Englewood Sinai.Ownerhtp' .
of VENETIAN GARDENS Air Base. tan assessment heitf.
[ Shop I : Raymond Langlerl 22. I. ., fnluwI Decided to"f\ neW 1)ap.'r Decided to donate $1M to
Venice Glenn Jenkins. 21, Ven- Frank V. Ilavlei. Ml"lruneea .
i 14. Venice Phone 2153 I : Cain ".vl... 611'I' -' advertisements )In an attempt to I the chamber of commerce to help
ice Clarence Franklin Jr.. 21. reply to the
; In our Intention W
attract light Industry or some cover the cost of Its fortlicomlns
Circuit & urt In and for
Clerk of the
Venice Donald R. Mikesell. 20 ;
I Sarasota County, HorMa I : to refuter tie other Interests that could put the new advertising folder
Nokomis, O. Raymond Hlgel Jl. luid name of VENETIAN GARDENS
Dependable under tin peon .long uf Chapter taU3Law. above buildings to use. This action !I 6-Heard a proposal by Former .
Venice: Fred Boldt Jr. 22. Ni- if Florida. Art of 1941. was taken after Robert S. Councilman Finn Caspersen that :
komis Rothell! W. Langford 2J. WHneu our hands, this 21th day of .
Service ; August 194.. Baynard president of the Venlcs the cost of all local occupationaland
Osprey, and Madison J. Prevatt FRANK V. IIAVIKS
Land Co. had announced he business licensee top increased -
21. Venice. lulllrh S..t 10. 17. !<. Oct. 1. I9.A. negotiating with two potentialusers so as to provide additional r t
Chrysler Products I The names of those who signedup ""
I and that he would be will- : revenue for city expenditure

during the first week are not Lions Hear Ex-Detective Ing to pay $600 for a temporary I 7-Woiked on the city budget T ,;

IOKOMISIGARAGE I available. Describe His ExperiencesHarry lease en the buildings. for the coming year, and decided 1 S. '

S- .Dee'ded to amend the city f I to hold another special meeting jj ,ff y
1 Britton a member for
ROOFING liquor license ordinance to con- next Tuesday to finish the Job. .' ;:
: Roof Work of All Kinds 16 years of the Metropolitan Detective -

i Bureau in Washington D wasaaaassasasaasaaaaaaassssaassaasssrsvasw

GEORGE Phone T.Z581 DKVLIN I l Phones-ALVIN Bus. 2873 P. JONES. Home 2981 | C., outlined his sleuthing experiences When You Want A Plumber Bad ;, i ':

talk before the Ven 11 i
in a
That He Is GOOD
Ice Lions Club last night at IV Be Sure

club. Britton retired recently -
country : Dependable Plumbing

sally and Is now & resident of =
/ AN ABSTRACTDOES Contracting RepairingFull

Venice = Line Fixtures and Materials !
that The Lion also heard Victor
NOT you
DOES prove =
Tette head of the Fette Aircraft Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings
have a good title to jour property
We will be glad to explain Co. at the Venice Army Air Field. = LET I'S! FIGURE YOUR JOB 5TT1WTFS! GIVEN i

this to you It you will describe the National Air Races JOSSART PLUMBING CO. r

oil call at our office that he attended early ths; t y
: Night\ Phone
1111FEINSU0.ANf month In Cleveland) Ohio, Potts Day TiOl Phone Venice, Florida tad t 4

E a AnoTR.\CTi1! Is a member of the Lions. 7 .'A..ltl1........Mr! tt..us ......IrrN NI a



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F... Elabt GONDOLIER Septetaye j,

speech followed the noontimefish horse on the .
Labor Day fry opened his remarks by held at the Albee MeZI
Local Bowlers
complimenting trio American Legion .'
port The
(Continued from Page One) feature
for the ,civic leadership It tween evellt"
tier and Mrs. A L. Blalock. They was taking thro ghout the country owned br

required almost a quarter of an He afro warned that we must "Anderson of Noko ,
For Their Season "Champ a
Biggest : hour to make their decision and: guard against those! who would pion owned by fOlmer tote
said later that It had been one of take advantage of our freedom to of the Ox Bow ,

the most difficult Jobs they'd ever destroy us, and told of his work It resulted Ranch, It
undertaken The otner two- tun- with the Cn.Ame"i! n Activities in a dead heat
1hIl i oilier surrounding localities Probably
tl'ilgUI ( iog.i test entries were Betty Jean Jack ] Committee In prosecuting suspected tile most Il'
I The outside competitions will be event of the day
21, representing the Punta Gorda Communist and other sat the|W
I possible this year for the first McDonald staged by nine U 5,
Legion Post and Harriet subversive elempnts.I AIb
i tllI'l i OpI'ning time Richardson because I fighters
explained and lie tiaim .
18 Englewood, representing I Peterson yeas receded on thepf'akt'r's ,
I the Bowlakade alleys were from MacDill! Field Taj
the Lemon Bay Post. stand by Mayor Louis ,
Scf fur[ NeAl Week I conditioned this summer to Ralph O Simpson acted as chap Suter, The latter stressed the ap- types of plane dtmoia,, ,:
> conform to standards of the number of vital l
irone and Mr. Simpson as master coirbit
pioprlatene" of Venire. which lac:
I American Bottling Congicss This
of ceremonies, was planned and laid out by the During th d; ire prime
will make local bowlers eligible: $25 and SU1'
1 2"i.irt bcul n:: tut 11 lasts tue In'' Congressman! Peterson. :who eIntleOIJ Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers !- ( ;t PIt to participate in ABC matches II I III Commander JC'-l
stn"e the 1'"47.43 season, i inf I I pavtn! special attention to () A Jottak
any part of the state or nation. No-Vcl Post t,
Labor \\nnel1.:i
Day ceremonies
I, tl nut ipi:nt. will begin next will give official ABC recognition beauty cents {?' Hso't

.' 'k '.) riMimi 'InI !hubby on a I to high! scores that may be made II 7 Quartcrhor Raring ed that pi'I; d
'I, ." 1 kid; y' Here Ct'fDtt
d 1, 'l.t! should! up '11' ..i'ni lilttn I on the Venice hardwoods. and i The afternoon racing: which Gordon Adan

I i ill,time iph? in local 'u''ivit>'. sell bring many other benefits I hv I I.alw Day .letter 1l1An I came after a brief! parade of Leon Smith o' VonKe SatHS

,' \ mii'tn'z ot All p rson, who lot enjoyed by Venice pmm<'n interesting: sidelight toMonday's

tie mtue*:ed i1 Lowing: this| before Labor Day Celebra-

:f. rascn and cf m:rchan:, who The !league chairman emphasized / tion was the unexpected appearance -

'i'li ire railing to FPf'nOlr local squads that both men and women of Mrs. Mary E. I i

t '& during the year will: be held should attend Tuesday mating Brooks. 81.v'ear-old Punta Goi- !& VeniceBowlersl

U 8 pm Tuesday: In the Bowlaade since present plans call for In- da woman who was also" .

; ol W. Venice Al'e. toipoiatlii! the men's and women guest last year.Mrs'Brooks ,

\II I The Bowlakade l itself] closed I '* teams Into a finale league had been invited ;s. q

\! since June !5. will be reopened! Ihls year. S"iaiate 1 leagues were to return this year. but late !
operated in 1947-43. He also said
\Vfdicdiv', And in th" same I last lI'eekrote that she wouldbe
; that at least eight active teams
evening a quad of \" 'nlcf p njncn unable to do so because her
: chosen wire planned for the coming season husband had suffered
from heart
last a
among |
I : a as compared to 10 Inlf.11. j jlive
n vearr top scorers. will so 'o Sarasota attack She was able to change! Our Reconditioned! \ s
In last ,
\ ar league
to begin play in "11' count > her mind because tne editors of
I t ty'I 1 'panned 'al.lar".II .\ll-Star Squad |I the Gondolier, who had agreedto :

4 i l 1t'Rjllp.: The "all star team that will jl() 'I brine her here for the legion I Reopening Sept Li
I "tr I, Elie lion 0e iodatedj to Sara ota on Wednesday 11'11I. drove to Punta Oorda the I
be made up of bowlers who nj j previous evening and helped
The Tiii"chv m"rtJnlIa' call-
j / erased irouid 161 Inn her find someone to stay with I For Your Health and Pleasure
Richardson\ :Slated for the trip are I'A"on'l her husband

t i I xon who averaged 169 \ ) 1hat" 1
" \'fnJ.I.'n's Bowline League list : The little old lady In the red
own R & R Sporting Goods
ff ir. Hf said the purpose rf the i.parcntlv enJoyed her-
' squad: Joe Jo..art.I'ho averaged Come in for
fion self hlfhb She League Play
would] be to elect new took In all
180'Ith the Venice! Laundry:
league officers I events sat on the
t begin oiganl/i- speaker's'tand
f clans for rC'm'rltlC'n1'1111 teams Tony Dl''f'I'pn.110 averaged 180 : and flew over the city as or Just a Friendly Gameno"R
with the Adorjan Truckers ;i
lion! of new teams and make I : Jim the guest of the J & J Aircraft I
4 D.1klt'I ho averaged 161 with
Turn Para oti Bndmton Co and Pilot Lester Luckey
:. anll,1, the Venice Laundrjm anti She: retvrnod home by bus. I
Frnlt Pol'r.I ho lust sQueaked In ; I GRILL AL40ORS

i 1 with a 148 average on his Xenic'I; t pm to 11 p.m Light Lunches. Sandrii
I Electric ---- --
T1DK TABLES squad !, --
The all tai league: was organized | was operated on as result of in- !
IFxue 1MFTfotmtli at a recent meeting\ 'irles :UIancdI'I1'n! '
l (Punts .Ih" ) (! a Sarasota similar: and league Is (he that successor operatedbefore 'o B"wakade himself! two I ftlns: a sander strained at the- ,I 1'1Ii1'1C11, nOVljK.lJ\ \ \

'h.h LewFri I years aeo Return
1.. '-el t !! ', 'n the war It. m"mbtrs will 1 In; ? with him were his wife!
loll once week for 3S week W. \'ES'R \\'E. i'IIOSEti6
1 :!' !tI and I \'ef'n. and a house guest, Mrs
R.1. e-.1 1 4 I' ".
I m '" .. \lInnI'II'II! be rrwtlldwitl\ Pete Warren of Norton. j .
{ Rn". MM I : e" 1 n m prizes! totalling about $800 Jos :;

MMI. *,,,,t. '1 II h.9. Ill ,. en art' has been nanA first president 1-

t t l ..... \1 ,. .", cf the new groim!.
.r. X-1.1 11 I 1.i: u m 1::.i m.At'
{ "- m. t H The l loci! "nil '
I' AI emerged
Wro!, "" ,. 1 'In', I., I ... End of
I",\ .. m. 61, 1Tin. \ "1, .1 victor rn !' "pt 1 wl.en they rolled '
.. 5"t' 1.1 I!'I., "m :..dl 4 ,11.It a practice c D 1) Ii
game at the Sarasota -
'n' I"m h tJ p m.Frt.
R''I I: a m' h.14 asps.y Bowladronv a':ainst a picked lAt
\ ) .
:. : SummerA
Sarasota team. Tie wlnniiu'' tJW .r JjJ
0.Compliments- margin was 36 pins. Byron Jones

i Venice Food player last year. substituted -
for Peter In the
comvtltlon >' -

a OF The. reopening of the Bowlakide Splendid Opportunity to SAVE!

EDMONDSOXFARMS I wa< announced by Its own- ,
City Councilman Grow W

I'r Jr.. who returned here I Fresh Fruits & Vegetable
i night after a visit ,CANNED GOODSARMOIR

1 NOKOM1S 1IO11IDISTO1BLTORS his parents Dr and Mrs
O '3 STAR '16.01,. C1111
W. Bolts In Norton. Va. Botts

OF said he spent the last 12 dave of CORNED BEEF HASH . .
hit \lsit In a hospital ""h"I'h- 1C* Two 16.0& C"
Land 0' Sun I

Milk Cream Ice Cream 1HnF.t \ IGA J.Ib| (?



Regular Home Delivery \'Ol' GRAPES 2 Ibs. 29c CATSUP. . . *

r IOM: t E'tiC 23dt 'AITDeke' I
Or Shoe Repair CABBAGE . . lb. 5c PUDDINGS ,. . .
rtRA1401'.1i lit'! Nut ,. Old Fir. station N. ; .os JI
(*'.mc. A.... Colored S ,Uo.1 I J. POTATOES 10 Ibs. 35c STRAWBERRY SCHIMMELS PRESERVES!? 37c,


Phil "illineaelcomes YOll to 'I I n.f.1:1I'I.\.J MILK AUNT JEMIMA. d' . 20, M'm.

The Liar's Lounge Bur 16oz. MOPS . . each 6Sc PANCAKE FLOUR . 17c

VEL . . I large pkg. 29c VERMONT MAID I3-M. 1\0

AT i SYRUP . . . 2.


OLEO . ,. n q$1.II
(Venice Inlet) >. 39c SPRY . . . 3 IbI

Reopening Saturday, Sept. 10 -

For Venice Food Shop IGA LOWEVERY DCO

Drinks, Sandwiches and Cool Gulf Dreezes .
West Venicue


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