Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00138
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 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: UF00079934:00138
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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eral Services Old City Permits ,Venice( Is Studied Fire Prevention

IIdalter Expired 1 Last Nite

Here for Although nil city occupationaland Uy) lolercsf' ,(gent I' :

business! license expired "t
Cleanup Urged
Lehmann midnight last night, only 52 n-w: Waterfront land and other .
permits hart been issued by 5 p m. In
property Venice was being Inspected -
yesterday by Mrs. Helga Roess
tills week by E. A. Bail I
'ulf View Owner Slede, Venice clerk.
city dry, who was said to be executive Chief AsksRemoval I
:minJ by Guests Mrs. Siede pointed out that' vice president of the National Eng'wood Pioneer

while a 30-day( grace period Is allowed Bureau of Property Administration -
fter Heart Attack
In most permit classifications of 11
of New York City.
Dies at Her Home
neral! services for Carl Al- a penalty of one per cent Beaudry did not disclose his .

Walter Lehmann, owner of of the license fee would be charged plans but admitted to the Gondolier 1.
Gulf View Apu., were hold each month for all that were that he represented "sev- Services Sunday All Hazards

the Catholic C.rjrch of the delinquent at the end of this eral large Interests" who were For Mrs. Freese

Wny here Wednesday morn- time.last Some 220 licenses were Issued planning to develop projects on Graveside services will be held With Oct. 3 .o 9 designated as J '.
I Burial followed in the Sara- Florida's west coast. The visitor f
Hire Prevention Week, throughoutthe
The only exception to the the Englewood Cemetery at 2p.m.
\ Memorial Cemetery. above rule Is bar and liquor li also Is inspecting land In Engle- Sunday for Mrs. Virginia nation, Venice Fire\ Chief J. r

rites were In charge of censes which have no grace per wood and Saraota.It Marlon Freese, who died Wed- D. Stephens yesterday called on
|. Fr. C. L. Elilander, Sarasota, Is understood that In addition the
iod. They must be on hand before nesday night at her home In En- loral residents to observe occasion -
i Is presiding priest of the lo- such an establishment can to being an officer of the glcwocd, following several months by removing from their

| church. Pall bearers were open Its doofs for business from property administration firm, Illness. She was 68 years old. property anything th-ft might R
Roebuck of the Venice Beaudry Is vice president of the blaze.
today one There are six bars and a Mrs. Freese and her husband. mart a dlsastrou
d I Co., Chamber Df Commerce five beer and wine outlets In Venice Continental Asbestos and Refining E. B. Freese, who passed! away The chief ,uIIsre4LI' I that !hone U.-
slary Bazll E. Bowen, City Co. of New York and formerly .
but Mrs. Slede said she did right yeats ago, were piorfcer! residents wives and their hubbies -
mey Marlon E. Braswell. not know whether all Had secured was president of the Wll- of Englewood. They moved rake a systematic starch of their 6
irman 8. Jarvis Adams of the wick Engineering Corp. of the '
their permits yesterday. there 29 years ago from Bradford homes for all dangerous; matei-
d of Trustees of the Veniceer same city. He 1 h also "norted to County Pa. Until her hus lals. Piles of paper; ms and ot.h-

t Works. Carl A. Wolf ofIf'i Lions Don't Hate Women! be a past president of the New band's death, they managed the ei refuse should be discarded he
Sinclair Service, and A. O. Jersey Taxpayer's AssnA stored In '
Englewood Trailer Park, formerly -eid, or bundle.I and
ntot.fr. Will Accept 'em M GuestsA reident of Englewcod N. J., known as Freese's Camp. fireproof part of the building.

Lehmann, who was 60 new policy which will per the visitor I*, staying at the Valencia Mrs. Freese wai an active Gasoline, oil and other infammablc -
r< old died late Sunday af- mit women to attend meetings of Apts. He Is accompaniedby member of the Rebekah Lodge liquids should be removed: I

eon while preparing dinner the Venice Lions Club once a his wife and their neice, MiSS' for almost 50 years. She had been : Irom the house entire'v, unless t

guests In his penthouse atop month, was adopted by the organization Helene Wedwick. supervisor of the Englewood ftored In safety can*

apartment building. He ap- at its weekly dinner School cafeteria for the past Record No tssiiranee-
ntly was stricken by a heart meeting last night at the coun- Venice Girl Chosen V.P. three years. Stephens pointed out that although -
ck. for he was found on the try club. Venice has not hud a serious
Of County 4-H Clubs Rev. George R. Harper of the
r of his kitchen by Mr. and The first Thursday in each Venlce-Nokcmls Methodist I fire for a long time last '
S. Janis Adams when theyJived month will be designated "ladles Hazel Dixon, daughter of Col. Church will conduct the outdoor week's blaze in the Ponder Liquor 1 '

for the party. night" and wives, sweethearts, and Mrs. Vincent B. Dixon of services. If the weather Is bad Store was the first building ti t'

Doctors Summoned mothers and other wcmen will be Sorrento Street was chosen as the services will be held In the fire In more than a year this ssll.
''alls were dispatched to physla Invited to attend. The policy will vce-piesident of the Sarasota Englewood Methodist Church. was no assurance that timers

soon as Mr. Lehmann go Into effect next Thursday County 4-H Clubs !in an election Mrs. Freese is survived by a would not be any In the future. ;
found. He was pronounced which will be the first time that held last Saturday In Sarasota. cousin, Mrs. Dorothy Loughman. i "And once a fire gets started. It t

}d. however, on the arrival of women have been admitted to Other officers' as announcedby who lived with her; a nephew may be too late for even the best
( James E. Blades. Dr. Edgar club scissions" since the local Mrs. Laleah Brown, county Harry C. Green Sr.. postmasterof departments to control." he said.

[Thompson, a retired physician Lions group was founded. representative of Home Demon- Englewood; three great nephews The district office of the Florida -

333 Sorrento St., was also stration and 4-H Clubs, are Vivlui I Howard Green, Englewood, : Forest Service, Lakeland. also -
nmoned and arrived shortly Simrall Dies in Ohio Hurr of Sarasota, president, Harry Cromwell Green of New issued an appeal this week for l

er Dr. Blades.r. Word was received this week of and Marie Houle of Frultvllle\ York City and John Edwin Green residents of southern counties to '
Lehmann had never before secretary.The nelce be careful with fire in the wood
the death of L. Bartow Simrall, of St. Petersburg; a great
1 a heart attack so far as Iswn. a prominent Ohio Insurance man county orlla.nlntlon1'111 Mrs. Harold French of ,Engle- It said forest blazes many of

He had been given a who had spent the winter In meet once a month In the horn wood and a great-great-nephew. them started by motorists and

dlcal checkup earlier the same Venice for the past 10 years. demonstration office at the Harry Cromwell Green 2nd of trash burner, destroyed over
', but told friends had $8,000,000 worth of t.mber In the It+
nothing Mr. Simrall, who was 75 years courthouse at which lime members ,Englewood.
w discovered except that he old, died at the Christ HospitalIn will learn the art of homemaking '- Mrs. Freese was also a sister of state each year. ill
'suffering from A cold and Cincinnati, Ohio. He is survived and other crafts. The the late Dr. Mary Green onetime No drills of Venice's volunteer 1 ,
t run down." I by his widow Mrs. Mar county group Is made up of 4-H principal at Bradenton High, fire department or other ceremonies -
|fr s. Lehmann who had been guerite Monfort Simrall of W..I'I clubs In the Eng'ew-jpd Frultvllle School. who made her home In I are planned to celebrate

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Continued on Page Two) Frances Simrall Covtngton Ky. mis schools. year and a half ago.

Old Rail 'V Site +I

(evident Victimse I Wandering ''Petunia Roams to Last Home peingBeautified

Home Sunday
RiMinn-NVcarinjr At one time the site of a Seaboard -

foth Mrs. Robert S. Fields, lo- Dies of Weak Heart nine. Although he was of no par- Army Air Base. He apparentlyliked Air Line Railroad turning e I.
\ postmistress, and her husband ticular breed Just oog -- his it, too, foe he remained with "Y," a tract of property In front j
recovering rapidly In Sara- "Petunia" Venice's wandering entle manner and friendly Ingratiating the military until they moved on of the Venice Land Co. was beini

> Hospital from Injuries red dog, roamed to his final home ways reminded one ofa to other duties. cleared this week as the start pf
In an automobile wreck Sunday morning. And althoughhe little garden plant. That's when the tiny dog first a beautification program.
t. 19 in Nokomis.r. had been a "member" of the Given to Botvdms I met the Roebucks. He .showed up The land owned by President
> Talmadge 8. Thompson. Frank Roebuck family for the After the "guest' nad visited one morning in the alley next to Robert S. Baynard of the real i

ir Venice physician, said yes- past couple of years the little with the Dixons for awhile, he I Mr. Roebuck's office In the Ven- estate firm, will be levelled-cff
ay that the two might bee pup left mourners throughout the was given to Shirley Bowden ice Land Co.. and quickly won the and planted in rye was It Is located -
to return home on Sunday.rs. area. daughter of City Council President affection of Martha Ann the between the Tamlaml Trail

Fields was well enough No one knows Just where "p and Mrs. H. S. Bowden of. Roebuck little daughter. He and Nokomis Ave.. and Venice
terday to visit a' dentist In tunia" came from. So far as can Palermo PI. Shirley took him to wasn't sure he wanted to stay and Miami Aves. C. Harold BatesIs

'ISOta, he reported and Is rap- be determined, he Just showedup her heart and a tub at the same with them, at first and kepi doing the clearing.
learning to use her new one morning at the door of time. And after he had_ been wandering off in the direction of Baynard said yesterday that
tches with facility. Mr. Fields Col. Vincent Dixon, Sorento St., bathed and deodorized: he resembled the Negro quarters. But finally the railroad spur was torn up in
not left the hospital buts and begged for his breakfast. a flower more than ever. he decided to settle down, and 1927 after the Brotherhood of
"Petunia" had good home had been with the Roebuck family Locomotive Engineers began construction -
to be In good condition. 'Mrs. Dixon invited him In, fed a
he local couple were Injured him and gave him his flowery, with the Bowdens and everyone ever since. of the community. The
so their automobile left the name. thought he was happy. But ap- New Name Doesn't Stick land was never levelled how-
Way "Petunia" was selected parently wanderlust overcame The Roebucks, apparently determined ever, and has been full of depres-
and crashed Into a palm Just why
at Nokomis, as they returned for his name Is not known: him again. In any case, he disappeared not to have their dog- sions and weeds. Baynard bought
a district But it seemed to fit the tiny ca- one day, and when next gy-boy saddled with an effeml- the property In, 1945 from Mrs.
In Clearwater postmaster'sIn : seen was having a fling of army' life with soldiers at the Venice (Continued on Page Eight) Fred Albee.r1A .

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GONDOLIER j Friday, Detoba
Page TwoSecond I

to (.30 pm. Localises Attend |pa, program chairman
am. I
Jewelry I Macatees Open The Macatees will also operate Florid Congress ofp-J1
PTA School She
bar State
the Tarpon Club, a private jath
Store to OpenA Ideas on Interesting .
In 'a bolding adjoining the Noko-
Own RestaurantFormerly mis Lodge Four members of the Venice- and how they can incrC
new jewelry store, Venice Nokomis Parents Teachers Assn. txshlp.
Mine Rating
second, will be opened in the Duncan attended the lectures and lunch- Among the other
Quit Theater Bldg. on Oct. 15 or Operated Before taking over the Tarpon eon Wednesday of the PTA State Mrs. Wallace J. soeu!II
the Norton
last year,
Center diningroom III
as soon thereafter as possible. Fiesta, Tarpon CenterMr. operated the Fiesta School of Instruction sponsoredby |IOta, president of tin
Owner of the More will be the County Council of PTA council and also
Donald W. Shrode. 28, brother of and fars. Charles MlI.CateeI i Restaurant In Sarasota. for They the and held at the First Baptist tor of Region 8, assist
Proprietor Karl Shrode of Shrode who operated the Tarpon Center succeeded In Church In Sarasota. -
Jewelers in SaiasotaA and bar at Venice latter both Duncan Hines and -
dining room
Dr. P. M B. Leo
ratings, which are set They were of Enlewooj
A native of Tiffin. Ohio. Inlet last year, announced this
Schramm president of the local
thaI today from
t I organization Tampa
Ehrode moved to Sarasota aboutthree seek that they .were opening their by private Mrs. A. W. Moremen sec to
eating group:
publish lists of outstanding Boonton N J,
In Nokomis. to j join,
years ago. He attended the own restaurant Mrs. Louis Suter and
throughout the coun-, retary:
Horolcglcal School for 15 atee's Res- places Kropp who was ruled
Tampa To be known as Ma Mrs. Barry Wlmblsh. the!

i months and was employed by his taurant, the establishment will try.The said The main speech was presented week by the Illness of ha i
I brother for two years He Is said be located In the Nokomis Lodge local residents yesterday by Mrs. P. R. Robin of Tam- er, Mrs. C. E. Dolan,
I i to be an expert m custom designing on the Tamlaml Tiall It, Is scheduled that they planned to con
duct their new place along the
of Jewelry. to open tomorrow and to
The new local businessman Is remain In operation throughout same lines as the Fiesta, and THE KING FURNITURE CO.

rlngle and a veteran of World the season at least, and perhaps would try to obtain nation-wide FRED B. KING, OWNERof
al'O They will
War Two. He wee dischargedfrom recognition for It
all year. Business hours will be 8
In table d'hote meal Punta Gorda
the armed forces as a master
sergeant, after ..."'
antiaircraft and ordnance the Philippines and this country. i breakfasts and luncheons.A .

branches for four years. Three Venice's other Jewelry finn native of Hartford, Conn.. THE VENICE PLUMBING SHOP

1 years of his service were spent In Knowles Jewelers, Is located In Macatee came here four year
the Aleutian Nands and the re-: the postofflce Arcade ago after operating restaurants Clyde McKinney, OwnerFOR
i :in New York City. Hartford anl

I,, Atlantic City. His wife was reared ITS CONTRIBUTIONSTO

In Venice. They have four
w OpeningSaturday children Margaret, 15; Michael

t 12; Chares! 8, and Linda. 6.

LehmannContinued ANNOUNCING .
Macatee's RestaurantIn

( from Page One)

City, flew down here Monday after A NEW POLICYAT
receMrg word of her hus-

the FoimerVOKOMIS binds: death. She was met tt the

r @ LODGE Tam;:. Airport bv Mrs James M

j -,5 Dick a re idnr.t of the Gulf View
4pti. and was driven here In the

Tamlaml Trail. Xokomls I latter's car. snIifti 's liivmi(

Delux Table D'Hote Cited bv Pershln I .
I The deepest had ricVd !n

1 r t' Dinners and Seafoods I Venice more t'.ian three j tars. He I

tf1 came here item Fairfax. Vs..I I
where he had operated a tourist I j

UNDER THE PLR'ONAL MANAGEMENT OF court He wa born In Die=den'l

|I Germany, but came to this
i try as a young man. He served In
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Macatee I the United States Army as a servant EntertainmentEVERY

of the Intelligence! Division

: r 1 i during the first World War.
Former Operators of Sara cta'i _
Fiesta Restaurant I
and '
: was commanded for his seri \-
: Holder of Duncan Mines and Gourmet Ratings !'i fees with the a'mv of occupationby
I a personal :letter from Gen
John J, Perching, commander of
OPEN 8 AM.: TO 9:30 P.M. I site American Expeditionary Featuring

\ I Had he lived, Mi and Mrs.
Lehmann would have celcbiated Direct from GLIB 66

! 'PHONE VENICE 2875 FOR RESERVATIONS I their 25th weJ'llng anniversary r' 1\ Dayton, Ohio

If |Iin December, Like many GI's In _
the last war, Mr Lehmann
tsiet his bride-to-be while serving ENTERTAINING YOU WITH HISARTISTRY
I In Germany. He married: the for- if ON THE PIANO SOWVOX. -
tier Anna Roll In Coblnz and
Y' '(brought her lum. to this country AND DRt !SIN

-= ''when he had completed his milItary -
IJ ,

I 1 ') / e; i 1! Mrs.service.Lehmai.i lat: night asked ANNEX
'he Gondolier to thank the people
\. \.. cf Venice for: their 'ma"y
f/ I kindnesses" to lur snvc her ar-

thai She sail sins would rrmiln Dave DuncanIS

WHAT DOES "DRUG STORE"MEAN at the Gulf! View' Ap's, for an f
1 I !Indefinite period. Sh" was her

TO YOU? husband's only survivor. \ I'MOIF ARTIST I

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To the kids I' means: so't drinks school' supplies WHOSE :Ml'SIC IS

and randy To the women It means: cosmetics CONN DANCEABLE!

snacks. and irnc-uines..
and to the men 0.60 1.698.as..s oc-LL LIKE 1T"1

drun 'nrt means: "-\'ana o'rm, shaving errant

and pipe Iranon.> To MOST people. It's a real Pest WishesTO

neighborly nV-r where the druggist understanding THEVeNoHi NO COVER CHARGENO
smile means credit "till the check comes"
Int to all the fo'ks, the .
drug store means dependable 15'. D.scount; MINIMUM

precise compounding of their prescriptions To Band :\luOraM! 1

And medicine for every ailment, from ath.lete's cn Instrumentsand
font to dandruff. Accessories NO INCREASE IN PRICES
1 25% Discount and t'p
Look to your druggist with coroU 11':11'1', To the .

", Parents Buy from Teachers whoever A sn, SIll T T Y 8' TAVERN

REXALL DRUG STORE Elves the best bidl 1

The Store that means Everything to
h POST orrict ARCADE
Venice Ate Opp. :Theatre
Phone 3651 ,


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Venice Bowlakade 'Men's Bowling League I

SCHEDULEnttjreseason .,. [J

-- Matches Bowled in Two Shifts as Shown


7 P.l\I. Matches All Play
9:30 P.M. Matches

GovernedHules ,
October 5
5- 1 I- 8
October 5 7- 3 2 6 ;'
October 12 By
3-6 7 2
October 12 1 5 8 4 I
October 19 7-1
4-6 of
October 19 3 8 ', 2 t
October 26 2-3
8-5 AmericanBowling October 26 C 1 6 7 ''
November 2 1-7 6-1
November 2 8 2 :3-5
November 9 S- 6 7- a
November II 3 4 1- 2
November l6 2-4
Congress0 November 16. 5 7 6 8
November 23 7-3 2-8 t'r
November Z3 1 8 S 4
-- -
November 30 1-5 8-4
November 30 7 Z 3 6
December 7 3- 8 5-2 Keyto
Df'cember' 4- 6 7- 1
December 14 4.-1
6-1 ScheduleSee December It 8 5 Z 3
December 21 8-2 3-5
December 21 6 1 4 7
December 28 4-3 2-1
December 28 8 7 6 5
January 4 7- 3 Team
6 Numbersin
January 4 3 1 4 Z

8-1 4-5 List Below January It 8 Z 3 -: 7 tl
January II 2 'I
6-3 January 18 4 8 5 1
January 21 6 4 I
1 7
January 25 Z 5 8 3
February 1 r. II 3- 2 THE
TEAMS February 1 7- 8 1 4
February I 1- 6
7- 4 February 8 5 3 Z 8 t
February 15 8 7 6 5
February 15 Z 1 4 3 +
February n 3 1 4 2
February 2Z 8 8 1 5
March 1 6-2 3-7 March 1 4-5 8-1

March I 4-a 5-1 March 8 6-3 2-7

March 15 2-5 8-3 March15 1-7 6 4Ilareh

March 22 7-1i 1 4March29 U 3 2 5 I

5-3 & 8PrlI5 March 29 7-4 1-6

.\ j 2- 1 4April12
3 April 5 6-5 8-7

8-8 7-5 April 12 4-2 3-1 ,

April l9 4-5 8 April 19 3- 7 6- 2

April 26 6-3 2-1 April 26 5 1 I-I if.


Adorjan TruckingCarroll Earl's Garage Venice Furniture Englewood GLee .

i 3 5 ) 7 N '

[ .,' Brobst > Itt'
Williams Sam Wheeler Stan Richardson s '
Fred '' 't .
Charles Boone "" long"
Alsa LeiterRalph R. G. HainesS. Jack Long i J
Joe Carl Biorseth Adrian Jarvis Adams Charles Reiter .14

Louis Adorjan Byron Earl Irwin V. Biorseth A. G. Dietrich ... j d+l;

Gage Hodgin Paul NaveJossart Christ Hyronimus Frank: Magers .//1 4 1II

Venice Electric Plumbing Smitty's Venice Foods I

2 4 r)

Ernie Peter Jim Oakley Guy Curwood Claude Archer

Charles Taylor Howard Briley George Perlick Horace Weltz '

John Shockey Paul Larsen Roy DeRoche Fred Nelson')

Charles Koogler H. P. 'KU)kendaIl Smyth Brohard Byron Jones

Anthony Dyseven Joe Jossart Gerald Curwood Bud Mack

Venice Bowlakade and GrillGRILL

OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.

Alley Open 4 P.M.. To 11 P.M. Mondays through Saturdays 2:30 To 11 P.M. Sundays

Phone 2661 245 West Venice Avenue GEORGE BOTTS
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GONDOLIER FridayJanieTs Oc'-'
Page Pour I

t> 1- ? Ve-NoPTAHs
Hearing Music in the Air

: To '
Plan for y'

Jottings Reason is Birthday Singing Special Meet 11und1\

B) Janet T. Conover At the Civic Cen4'1 aJ} 1

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Gondolier Social Editor -- Week Is Full ed a milestone this week was The executive council *
mlttee e
Jerry Smith, son of Mr and Mrs chairmen Of the V
Mrs. H. P Kuykendall of Ponce Women Federation MeetIn Ed SmiUor the Venice Bay Nokomis Parents TelCheII

de Leon Ave left here by train November, Not T Jay Of CelebrationsBy Trailer Park. He was six years will hold a Joint meet I '

Sunday evening to see her parents old Monday, and celebrated on p.m. Monday at the Vesta
\, i Mr and Mrs J, E Bait'ett' Due to a misunderstanding, Sunday Youngsters who played Center in the City Hall

r r who are vacationing at their cottage It was erroneously reported In Kids, Adults games and hat ice cream cake, The purpose of the IIIit

j. in Eaton Rapids, Mich The last week's Gondolier that Oct. candy and "pop" with him were to fbrmuiate progrwn lit: ti

Bartletts have been away from 1 today members of the j If you\e heard the strains of Dicky Smith Leonard Earl, Mike meetings for the year and iii i

I a. Venice for several months, visit Lemon, Bay Woman's Club !that old ditty, "Happy Birthdayto Gadd. Billy Llghtfoot, Butch discuss the duties and

I I \ :ng their daughters In New England would' be hostesses to the 12th You," floating In the air this Jovner, Buddy Adorjan Barbara to be carried out by the J: e
and spending time at their District of the Florida Fe'lua Williams Jonny and Donny Bo- committees 1 e
there f"a.ron
cottage Mr Bartlett Is expectedto tion of Women Clubs Council' members J a
The reason Is that the tune gart, and Sandra. Susie and Eddie are Dr
1 fly home sometime next week, The correct day however Is I : Nave B. Sctmmm, present: ti J
actually or
but Mrs. Kuykendall and her Monday, Nov 15 Mrs. Ethel I was sung In this area every day I Allergic Adults E Fields, Mce-present; I,
to someone
mother will drive to New Hamp- Dodson of Arcadia district Mikesell, 2nd Mce.prudent
since last Satuiday Birthday Don't get the Idea It was only )
hiie to see Mis Kin Kendall'* president will be In charge of I George Higel Jr. treasury a
brother-In-I 1 and sIster, Mr the session About 80 delegates galore! the children who celebrated, Mrs A. L, Moremra. KOHtlChairmen

, und M-s H H. Tracy of La- ,' from Women's Clubs In Arcadia I Leading the list was the )'OUlleI though. There were also several: of commitm

'"! rcnla From there they will tiael : Ft Myers, Wauchu'a En- I let set, which loves birthdays and adults. They're placed last because Mrs Hairy Sjoblom p&

' 1 \ on down to East Hartford '1le\l'ood, Punta Goida Sarasota I all that goes with 'em. while men tolerate birth- Charles Oadd recreation; D
'It Conn.. where Mrs Kuvktnrtil1vlll and Biadenton ae expected The rtrstl'U Irwin Leland I days.the ladies seem to be down- H S. Bow dm, membership;|
j+ have a glimp of her new to attend I Blot set h, son of Mr. and Mrs right allergic to them And both' HlEel. budget and finance; I

!j' nUre Leih Jean J'.. bcrn In Au- The Lemon Bay ladies are Irwin Biorseth of Englewood and at least In this case are so Helen Vacheresse, hospitl i

I FUH to her brothrr-In-Iaw] and today having a reeu'ar metIng ;- I brother of Joe Carl Biorseth of coy about their ages that wj Mrs Barry Wimbish,

.\ flster Mr, and Mrs. CKde P | the flirt to be held this I II the Gondolier composing room I can't gIve them. and Frank Roebirk
: : La bur)'. They plan to be b':kin :i year to discuss arrangements Iiwms seventh birthday was on Among the crown-up' cele- and by-laws, 1

.y Funny Venice before the "fro,.tis for the Big DaIt has been [ Sunday so his parents helped brants wu E W, Driggers, Laurel -

i on the pumpk!n" up not tho i ii i announced that a covered dish him celebrate with a party for uncle of Mary Ham Mil Bailey.

luncheon will be served to.tneF"dctfttlon members of his Sunday School DrigTs held surprise party for Another Mirprl party m:|
Visitors at the El Patio Hot"1' rerresentativesicy class on Saturday at the Englewood him on Wednesday night Those store last nit \' This tI

.il J for seveial day* list week wet' the Lemon Bay Club under the picnic grounds who were Invited were Dr and Mns .V, W M'-emeu. L.
Mr. and Mrs Ronald] E. Houck chairmanship of Mr. William i Guests at the Bianeth festivities Mrs James E Blades! and son whose birthday! today. lb

' of Eaton Rapids M ch. Mrs Joias Further plans will b' I wen Wanda Wiltcacre Betty Jimmy: Mr. and Mrs Aldine ner party WTS ;. pen fat her:

': Honck l.< the daughter ef U sReu announced after tod .v"'* meetIn Lois Oilmore Jape Smitn, Diana Chenault and daughter, Jane night a* t1''E nice! Goo Ij:

/ Roy Woodruff of Ray Cin *. Cockerel, Burton and Judy Mr, and Mrs, Ralph Catlett and Country Chub bv Mr irjil

Iii 1" Mlrh. Rep. and Ms Woodruff !Clark, Kathryn Alston Jon and ih!Idien, Carol and Tommy; Mr. Graham Fn nth and'Ir sod t|

': were here list year aid expert Carol Tatc Kenneth and Mary and Mrs. James Y. Ham and Herb Mvers ....b rfdali! 7!:t
ti return for vacation! In November the central part of FlorIda Is Kay Chadwkk, Diana and Joanne their children Bobby and Mary; scheduled 1Iitpr.d wen t

t or Dcrrmbrro Asst. County School Supt James I Curwood Billie Gail and Betty Mrs. E. E Dileeeis; Mr. and Mrs Moremcn, Him Ml,'le, 111 aI:
j I' -o- ;\. Hichtower of Riviera Di, HI 'I Lou Pratt, Dolores Green, Delta Harry S. SJcblom and their children Mrs Albert Stem M r. and t

, Weekend guests of Mr and also stopped In Hernando to1.- and Phaion Enochs, and I-wins Kay and Del, and Mr. and A. B. Hider, Mr Harry ]B:1:1::
It MendsVe forgot to ask if thf '
1 Mi*. Alvin Jones of Bay Point, I Sunday school teachtr Mr*. J. B Mrs. BallAnotlwr, Mr, and Mrs C L Jackson
fish were biting up In that re- '
, Nckcmis were Mi Jone brother Tate adult birthdajer was Susan Miller, Mi E. R.

and Itf'r.ln.lall' Mi and clon Theater Party Dr, T. S, Tnompson who didnt I' Mayor and '1:1. Logbkl

'r Mrs Sylvester Jones and daughter Saturday was also the birthdayof say how old he was last Saturday ter, Mr. and Mr Ralph 0 Scl

t Reba Jovce of St P,'tT'buu. I I Harry Britton of Palm Haven Shirley McCracken, daughter He had dinner at Zins ResUurant sin, Mr, Indborn< Old t
. 1 -11f cottages Is away this week on a I of Mr and Mrs. Dick Rich! of above Sarasota, with and Mrs, Allied Buertau. 11
f business trip In Bnmingham A'a Orovelard Ave She observed the Mrs Thompson, Mr and Mrs ] Col. and Mis J. J. Vwln.:
Arriving tomorrolfl'om New
YOlk I I0 occasion her 12th with a Fred Nelson and Mrs O M A Happy Birthday to tl!
: City to wk up some For
Ida Also enjoying a weekend 0: theater.and-sundae party for
sunshine :s Miss Hilda J. I
fishing but this time in Venice several of her girl friends They
Couch who will be guest ol h r'
was William Baird of Win included SUMMER MONTHS
brother and Ister.ln-Iaw, Mr. ;: Mimi Adorjan, Patsy
fton-Salem N. C. who visited his Brcmfield Mildred D>seven and
and MM Bradford M. Couch of One
Close at
cousin Mr. Vernon O Btattie Saturdays
Margaret Macatee
\ Treasure I land. Miss Couei
vik on the Jersey Journal, a and Mr. Seattle at their home on! Buddy Adorjan son of Mr and

i I 1 Gaily newspaper In Jersey Cay the Gulf Mrs Loul Adorjan of 313 W H. N. WIMMERS RealtorPEMNSVXAR
N J.l'll -0- Venice Ave.. was the next to cel-

-o- Chamber of Commerce take tbrate He cut a cake with four JTEUEFHONt CO,
note! Mr. and Mrs. C. R Feenoi I candles
on Monday night And AND LIGHTWF.s'IERN
We ar-> happy to report that FLORIDA POWER:
i Mrs. Robert M. Shailej of Jamav of East Change N. J.. arrived In he sure is proud of those gen-u- UNION
l'll Venice Sunday and are staying wine cowboy boots and six-shoot
i I Biach Treasure Island. Is lecup
lit the E' Patio. The\'ve been her" he
ers got
as a
crating rapidly! at the 8ara'-ota'I piesent Western Inlon Open on Sundays and Holiday 1110 I! '"
before and !
are seriously thinking
I Tuesday afternoon
' Ho'plta11's.. Shanley underwent Mary Harn
a mater operation on the of renting cr buying a home,
, 17th of this month and Is now Key can settle down in this Mr and Mrs James y, Ham of

well enough to receive visitors, t area Nassau St., she had a whole drove AFTER: A LONG 1101' DAY
'I I -0- of friends in to hare her birthday Hour
-0 Relax at Our Cocktail
I William lane son of Mr. and cake. They were Susan and
r Home from a lI'rek's fishIng: Mrs George Lane of O'piey, hat Nancy Hull, Jimmie Martindale,
trip at Lake Panasoffkee 1It'.i In 3TO6P.M.AT 14
lift for Gainesville to enter the Carol and Tommy Catlett, Billy '
University of Florida for his junior Jeannle Eddie and Charles Di1gpers The Venice Golf and F

! Yum! Yum year, He his had two years Joan Hurt Nancy Martin
at Colgate' University In Hamilton and Tommy Dixon, Carol) and Country ClubThe :. ,
A xPFUU. TREAT FOR N Y.. and will continue lit; Oil Dempsey, Jimmv Nancy and 1)
KIDS. OF 8 TO 80! turtles In chemical engineeringat 'Rosle Hiifhtower, Jon Barry and. Clubhouse' is also open now from 8:30
a m, to 6:30: p.m. for parties, club meetliusand
the Florida college.
Billy Wimbish, and Mary's brother gatherings
I -0I Botbv, till
" .. I Fast Side of Tamiaml I Frail I Phone Venice
tirs. I Guests for several days this One more youngster who cross
1 week of Mr and Mrs. W E. Mc-

Raspberry I Amis and Miss Mildred McAmtsCircve'and .

Ave.. were Mr. and
Glazed Doughnuts NOTICE
Mrs. A. P Carter, their daughter, VENICE-NOKOMIS

A delicious fruit coating :'Miss Dora Carter and son, Ted

and a nourishing center, of Greenville, Tenn RESIDENTS
5c each -0-

50c per dozen I Mrs A. V Galllon left Wed YOUR' OWN LAUNDRY -- IN YOUR OWN TO\\
nesday to return to he;' home IT

"L & S" Bakery I| Keyser, W V, after spending the HRING US YOUR WASHING WHILE YOU SHOP

307 W. Veniret. I past ten days with Mr: and Mrs

Phone 3135 'Howard Briley and family' at 1 HOUR SERVICE 'Y A S IIVENICE |
Venice Bay Trailer Park on WET.



I If N. Ani.tr, Call ass

i; TAXI -- 249 W. VENICE

..1'f U-DRUE.IT CAMS M RENT I MR._and_MRS. LESLIE L, 8TECKLE7 i>wner and Man led J



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October 1. 1948 VENICE GONDOLIER Paste l7rrla

Hejor ion OfficersedbyBaptists Rummage Sale Successful, I Want to Pirouette? Englewood MoviesThe ..

So Series k be Held I SHOES B ;t
Here's A Chance Lemon Bay Women's Clubof FIXED
Because the first two attemptswere I
Englewood is sponsoring a series WHILE

extremely successful, a "ser- 'Youngsters and teen-agers Interested I YOU Y
of movies at the group'siclubhouse i
ies" of rummage sales will be In learning the art of WAIT
The movies some of them
} bmen Hold Election sponsored during October by the Pirouetting twirling a baton or Deke'i Shoe Repair' / '
first-run held Wed-
(ring Day of.Prayer: Methodist Youth Fellowship and acquiring a sense of rhythm and pictures are Knt ,. Did Fin Station
poise will be glad to learn that a nesday and Saturday evenings at ( 'tnlrt A>f., C.lotfd S.etlea,
the Women'i Society of Christian
ier s were chosen by the dancing school is coming to Ven- 7:30.
up i'i Missionary Union offirst Service of the Venice-Nokomis k,7p5
hell ice.The ---
Baptist Church 'last Methodist Church. Royal Palm Dance Studioof

preceding the Day of Each Saturday during the Fort Myers will open a branch

malellit services held at the studio at the civic center in the /
I month there are five of 'em WE INVITE YOU y

the store building next to the Venice City Hall Building, it was Yours
|the prayer meeting;, mem- announced this week by Mrs. 1
Kentucky Military Institute
liscussed work done by vaijnlssionary '- gym- John Manley director of the To visit our Modern Abstract

''d It groups through- nasium will be open for those I school. Plant. We enjoy showing you r

and offered who want to browse around and pOUGY how work to make your
state prayers Classes will be held each Sal' I IOv we
1111: buy articles that catch their
continuation of these abstract.
I' urday morning at 0, beginningOct. lE
fancy. Further donations of serv Zf1
will activities. Mrs. George 9. Instruction will be given
., iceable articles can also be donated 1NSU a E ABSTRACTS
the meeting.
Jr. led !in toe tap, ballet acrobatic
lbI to the group on Saturdays in
se elected to serve the mis- dancing and baton twirling. The TITLE INSURANCE 1'1'i
I: I order to keep up Its stock. Sale
y group for the coming school will continue through nexl
hours will be from 9 am. until
'lentt are Mrs. J. D. Arnall, yeas i May and a recital is planned for
noon and 4:30: p.m. to 8 p.m.
president: Mrs. GeorgeJr. I some time during the term. Abstract Company 1
'Minitmj The
first two sales were held
1st vice-president; Mrs.
' The classes are open to girls
last Saturday and the same day .
Stephens. 2nd vlce-presi- and boys from the tender age of
the week before. Sale' figures were of Sarasota
Mrs. George Hauser Young two and a half years up through
not disclosed but Mrs. J. T. Bla-
s director; Mis. Jennie high school age. Registration will linn J. Dr.m.n. Pr..ld.n'
lock counselor for the youth fel- ACCURACY 8TAIILISII.:1I: Ivoe SJI V1(""
ult secretary and Mr*. I take place on the first class day. TnFPIIO"F.8 sits and 2161 541 SIXTH STREETnil
Ott; lowship, said they would help the
Roberts, treasurer. 1
group In Its work. !
bers of. the union ,Iso met

ay evening at the home of Gondolier Gets a New

H. S. Smith ef Pedro St. A course for the evening: 'SWcerer's Apprentice' Radio Sick Broken?

of the book, "Lottie Next Tuesday afternoon the ,
The Gondolier recently add-
." story of a missionary to proup will meet at the church at
ed member to Its start.I .
was presented by Mrs. Did .,,3. Mrs. Dewey Stephens will be a new
IN: I He is Joe Carl Bioið, 17-
We'll fix it for
Crawford as the study In charge of the program. I you
ToId. jear-old son of Mr. and Mn.I .

Irwin V. Bioiseth of Englewood.

1 isle I I Joe's official title is "apprentice very quickly and ?a

! S VENICENOKOMISBANK printer." The Gondolier

Ilia'd shop foreman, Howard 1':. for a price you can

tlI BrJey. Is taking him In handto

teach him all there Is to afford. I Je

know about the printing bu>l- I

it It I r.h'l. Before long he'll be spout- l'iony.' No Work on Auto Sets)

ing about ems and quads, 8

1IeI1c I" Complete'tfl point Franklin Gothic, paces,
I 19 j rules etciEdit01's. And If You Need A New Set _. "
Banking Facilities X I
Note: If he takes
We Have The Best!
&"Y after his 'teacher," Mr. B.. he'll

Commercial Accounts i even learn In tune to do the
, 6w B. & W. Record Players '
"Ins}::ossiIle" things that
p 1l111t :: Savings Account y
seem like scorcery.)
I ,
? StJ \ ./ Safety' TlrpcNit Boxes I Joe is practically a native of Portable
I Public Address System
f J'raHkr'1 ( hl'k I these parts having come from v
when only two
I Galveston, FOR RENT Ry Iav. W rk Month.: '
years old. He went to the Laurel Battery fir AC operated.

"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" I School and was graduatedfrom
the Venice-Nokomis High Venice Radio Service oJ

School last June. He spent the
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. summer In Melrose. Conn., at "SICK RADIOS MADE WELL IN VENICE"

Melhurst Camp arriving home

5000 Minimum Insurance: $5000 about a month ago 251 W. Venice Ave. t Cecil H, Grieve, Owner

For Each Depositor
PHONE 2672 'jBee

CHURCHESVEMLENOKOWS Our New Illustrated News Window Display; -
Change Three Times A Week

B-, Point NoIcomU ri
a c."... L. Harper. Minister i
9'45 m. Sunday g<.h."l. H
1111 For The Season! II am. Moininv. Uor.hlp.
pm. Youth Fellowship Announcing ,
NS, I' m. IIvo..lllo. ''m ice, \
ilniwlay.. "sn .m., MWwoolprayer The Palm't
I and rout wrvlie Royal \\ fJ
btitliwiioi Services
ID am Simhiy, !,'haul. Miss Lottii Dance Studioof \ m
L.ml'p, suet \
t I'.m. Church service.FIRST '
1 Fort flyers Fl.i, 1 1will
Nassau at Miami AvenueVenice \
open :n tiui'o:' .
D. Cnnil'lvll! Crawford, P,.tor )/
in VemRat
Mam. Rlhli. ('lase.
11am. Mm .!I.". "'1"\h.. ;
e:15, p m., BTUWcilnmlay. : the

,:e/ .L.mr: :ly .e'vles.I'm., Mid..... Chic Centrefor t-.

nra)0. ..1'.,.... \\'r-\t j

Sit CHUR'H Boy an: :* Girl ,
RI.I-, St. and P-1-rmn PlaceDr. '
I Leonard W. 8. Stryker, from 2 )1-2 through .!

Have Your Property SPIC and SPAN for the Arrivalof ':46 .....Prlmt, ndoy,In 80-10.,1.n.rm high schoolInstruction :aue.,[ .........

our Winter Visitors. A fiesh coat of our Paints will 11 am.IEvrRonday Murnlnir ...nlre I second and
make everything look like new.Authorized fourth SiitidH}* of each month until Oc. will include one-half hour each of
lAlw. fifth 8\1n,'.* I" May and .gush TAP DALI.tT ACROBATIC

Dealer for: TMI..i...' ..n'("Ion TOE BATON TWIRLING s

Dupont PAINTS VARNISHES DUCO 10 a n..m.., Sun.Uy c. O./ Ji.rnlirnn.Sihr.ui. Pastor Classes iW.oo! per month payable in advance !1+

ENAMEL DULUX SUPER -II.10 am Pr-china Piearhini. Two 01 more in sump family rake is $8 00 each child

"Better Better Things Living"for ENAMEL and MARINE PAINT Thursday.n m., T,SO p.m., Yoim. Pmiivnlir. First Class will be held Oct. 9, 19-18,

Friday f.1 pm. hi'nrflt peer

"A Great ENAMEL -- FLOOR LIFE Vrlc.Rev. .
'. Pastor through MayIf
( L 1 FI.I."ln'l l
Paints"For 9 m. M....

A Limited,Time Free Gift With Each Purchase I.\fi'F t.Oli: i CHURCH further information: is desired write

Venice P.n'-.oo..n lIy.OI'o. .koml.) MRS. JOHN MANLEYBox

VENICE PAINT 111 a.m. BimriaT'80 S.-had. 1947
pm., ...ndo. EvuiwlMlo Service
1U Let Us Recommend A RELIABLE Painter! T:30 p.m. Ti'''ilBYinm* Peoples Fort Myers, Fla.
Se"I... .
h tip THEATRE BUILDING PHONE 3481 T:SO p m. frHir Prayer Bfr lM..
':10 p m. Pleat Wflnniliiy Nth m.n'h
communion service and feet weahlnit.c .



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GONDOLIER Friday, pct
Tae 6 Editorial

0 I lOur Q meat AlmeriaI : -tl Fy hK I II rib, 4DI DIn

cna 77RES )

I earn AlleityfCUM, .-.ow (
TW : NOM '
,. De ": .r-68MAL 1\
U4C.-M1M006IIIUPM" '" I
,'t 0 LIGHT n Ii noj*, rrSfNBWW : Sped
I'ublMird e\erj Friday. Editorial and business office. 313 West .J ...== UTM MWT. TOO.
ASSURIris ion* saEAee.
P. O. Box 63?. Phone Venice 3131. t.
Venice Atenue Venice Florida. '. ;lot err sunw oAtvov* alums ,
IIlw.s0 ttctua' n* iei* -Y
Entered as icconH-cliii matter Jtin. 6, 194C at the poll office iP.... f>0 tfOf/IMt TXItt Letters to the Editor .1
it \'*ni.., Florid., under the Act of March 3. U79.Suhicriplion I epic of IntensttothTi

rates: On. year, $2.50, six months $1.SO: thro he Venice I area will be AL
",-..nh.. 75c. Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, fin 20 kept column Thr1
'v ctdi: I cent per word for, each additional word. Gondolier short, however 111I I
-- reserves the I
tf45 Tnt S. ('OSO\ FR Editor and Publisher edit all copy All letter 61k DI
MMTT. ONO\ER Office Manager sllned.l bu! the name ol tit. I
i er will be withheld I
'IOW\RIJ K. BRILEV Shop Foreman Anonymous 0" j
communication i
NOT be prln-ed The edto! r
, Your to Know P5 or may not ssree IIltb
expressed by the \rlten.[
S --0- of

i The I editorf- the Gun Uier, like many other .\merIC.IIK The V .I.Gondolier.. Fla

: : i is growing weary of the many "weeks" that are I hand you h.'..lth .r ita "
PUS f i 00 rm a ah.wt ul, ripuy I
7\ +ted upon IK 1\\ business; organizations, publicity.Igents \ inner I >m Intfn-tcH In Io-on" a

\ .1 i :anj others. The original idea of dedicating a ...0" Of 1M* FHBSH OOMCM Llsas"oaeemosfcavs: haul f.rminK and Annie' "p.5 oil I.
STMBlK UtCO Mtut OM e the went nut III l'l..nola.
; "even-day p.'I' \.t to cr-nimemoration of some worthwhile UHIIW TeStAPtO"'" foo-noM: or sowoi If you have. a <'hi....... d
I f, WISsiogD1N or 1'1',0 FISMM cmn w xt would .ppr..1.i 'e h II w' ]
: hem to tend m isfnrami.
v'C"tnV"TOO' env
worthy h....
cue. nut n.:IT the thing h fast getting out : I hup* In mi d".a to tar
1 G, \\ e have everthing from Fire Prevention Week, which neat summer.Thankira >' I ,m.

I 1 is laudable; t Nitional:' : Girdle Wearing; Week, which is fear feel\!\ f tin I

1'I ridiailoiK: Frankly, we are in favor of doing away with LATE Editor's Note Pon.a.kr: Sa'fe"Cm k|

i : the whole system, or at lease tart'ng' ( all over again. 4 Sa of the local C of C t01! t

. All of which i is rather a lett-h.mded: way of intro- .i.Y read and r p1YJ0

.Jiicinj; the subjat of this editorial :National Newspaper TO CLASSIFY"Prayers T. the :ideasVenire -

, Week. This I \veek begins today: :and runs through Oct. Gnnduher
I .m a _III.. '14'.1 nIhI
: .S.nd we feel that, as Ion? as the present system of and want til nuiirituliu 1.. itftklnf
I. on Pink KneesIn fine lmpm.rnrrt h... 14
commemorations remains intact: National: : :Newspaper aver the paper R..4.+e
and lh.. .
A Wl.h" ichll e.ak h
t Week deserves special: 1 consideration from all citizens. Order after HurricaneBy 01.l Md hoot .' in ieht a 01 sag WI
i\1 The reason is that whether all\ of us realize it or not City you In Council ullr1".r..1 proddap d
I Il, newspapers are one r.t the firmest foundations, of the RUSSELL KAY Y.rr in 'JOHN van A. IN|
Inl .." 1>->fki_ (.
ik. t. freedom that; exists in this country today. Secretary. Florida Press '.n. Kan.. Cur 1.1

, While the storm season Is not and Editors Not Mi K'Oh1
Iron Curtain over maybe \vc should still
official of the lnur.tM :
fl I file, validity of this statement can bet t be proven keep our fingers crossed for a little while loncr.le ran get downon opment Co., which hu ta
t little knees
our pink
say a praver or genuine thankfulness Florida land for fome JS is
" '. ty citing: a specific instance. To first one, we need lor what might have happened to us, but didn't, when the hurricane His booklet Handbook !fer C

6a r only to lo.k at the "Iron Curtain": that separates: Russia truck us last week Governing Body will be i

! : from the rest of the world hI:!)'. The iron from: Looking at the map it would be hard to pick any route through fully proprlate: studied) and used vita

11 + tually: is nothing more than a sealing off of the area the state that a storm could take I --

'h all) exchange: information And it is 'I where less damage would be donor < To the Editortent !
; or intelligence. \ G.nhdierCheck
.. ,
most of the area was unpopulated I. inil. H I reused' <
..j! not ne\v. It was: maintained by the czars before the communists waftrlands I" f""r tva. nest.1> jtolwrrlptiiil
l1O"C II to "'" kr *"
::7reat toy re.dln
i i' came into power, and by the Mongol invaders I am not trying to minimize of the new. .".,.d k..">.'

i i I 1 of that land before the czars; came into being he damage and I fully' realize little I always town! and en), trip>Tho ri fret des

! 1 \\e all know what this sealing off of information the severe blow it has been to rich ideal year and .win In .pnnrtme.,mint and Wiw, k
jJ such communities a i Key West Gulf I. really > treat w. lit
is doing to world relations. But perhaps we -do not un Everglades City Clewlston Belle With Kind .i.h" f.' tae. teasucress "1
, fJ. dC'rtntull; )' the reason !for it. This is because information Glade Pahokee Canal Point. yourralelan.' :an D 51.1

is the basis of action. And in a land: ruled by Presented by Yom .J Homestead Miami Stuart and CIo r""'. k

, Only a small core of people, it is important that only Local Physicians others. But I still contend that should I Editor's be Note writing Mr idler W

j I those rulers have complete and unlimited information. Dr. T. S. Thompsonand we are mighty lucky.A copy for the 'local ch_

: Otherwise it might lead to action by the that couple of days after the commerce. His commenti
people Dr. James E. Blades
I storm passed I had occasion to deeply appreciated: 1
tt would he contrary to what the rulers desire or might Through the drive from Tampa to Orlando. I

t mn topple the rulers from their thrones Hence the Florida Medical Assn. krpt a sharp eye open for any out 01citrus t

I I : Russian rulers get their information: through business I evidence of damage along the to make sections monkeys and keep dock

y I agents civil and military attaches and spies that they I FOOD POISONINGFlorida route, but could find absolutely Lion and their famed bid
is doing something about none. This Indicated to me that
send to other countries! and they! prevent the rest of their her portion of the 30,000 cases of the damage was confined to a top of the heap.

people: from' learning anything except what the rulers food poisoning reported, in the small path over which the center First report of the eve
last according at
United States Iw
'f year
J ledMuild) .be otid of the American Medical rcxlmately
7. magazine r.ot strong enough In other sec-
.' Rule .. I
'-M. People Association. The U. S. public dollars' which isalotoflw
lions Mow
to even fruit from the
v In the United States however the situation is dif figure health service represents estimate only about that this one t 1< trees. nowhere near as much Will i E

ferent. Here the people rule.. !And since they controlall In twenty of the actual upsets 'uitar Another Matter would have been If the Miami

: actions of their government and their leaders in traceable Sponsored to jointly foods. by the Florida I Apparently Key West. the the travelled storm up had the hit length ofEast

the last analysis they need i information on which io Restaurant Association Hotel Keys portions of Miami and the Coast or had struck t the!
Commission and the State Boardof Lake Okeechobee area suffered
base: their decisions and actions. This 1 '.loes nut mean the Health food handlers' schools most. Fortunately. Everglades ulated areas of central FirH
have have been set up and operated in ''the West Coast
reorlehilul.1 to
access military secrets, diplomat'c growers can make a comebackas
various sections of the state. The owner
correspondence or other intelligence which, if made pub- managers of some 11,000 eating I truck crop operations aroundthe Sorry for Boat News
lie would\ houses In Florida are cooperating lake were not far enough advanced The Miami Daily
endanger: the welfare Hut !
people's they hurt
| ox-cart
la thjg project, says Hygeia. 'I the storm an
j.htT.i! food handlers will be a large factor |: eiy. The damage to cane fields because d ffW.
ters i if broad pulic very
) in the hope of reducing the however Is another matter. From which made It

Ii is this dart of information that the daily and large number of people who are I list reports out of Clewlston It weather observers to keep
poisoned by spoiled food each severe
weekly newspapers of this country, almost since its year. It is considered such an Important I would seem that the United of It and caused t
founding; hare worked step by the health magazine I States Sugar Company 'and the lo the particular: areastyl
and! fought to bring to the people. almost
that the suggestion Is offered Individual cane growers have remained
For they hare realized even though few readers: may to chambers of commerce to Include been hit pretty hard. While over Florida It took

have taken time to think about it, that "your right t t(1 talk on this the information hcalfulness in of their the Citrus growers In the famed:: storm 30 hours to travel" ill

know !is the kay to :all. your liberties" This: thought is I shine.beaches, citrus fruits and sun I Indian River country took a miles.. I am s0""
tne official beating and Individual losses to The poor folk
slogan or National [ Week and is
Newspaper All cases of food poisoning do of
worth remembering. Remember that this right does not not have their origin In public eat \ growers and shippers there will are the owners craft fwhorl J
ing places. Left-overs from previous probably b- heavy. It usually' develops and pleasure
exist in most ot the rest t of the world and that it is meals which have not been I however that first reports awful rap at Key vest
worth properly refrigerated and thoroughly their boau
protecting.Your when
are exaggerated and Indian River points '
heated again before servo and> bald eiL
newspapers together with radio magazineand ing, are potentially dangerous. growers will probably wind UP tossed on shore stormI have
Records show that many cases of the season In as' good It not bet pieces by the tIiII
allied mediums in the forefront
are the fight 'to food poisoning can be traced to Tampa Bar
ter shape than boat on art
In other tie
protect it. Because this is true, National Newspaper home canned foods. Home canning growers fishing,
la highly commendable providing citrus sections where no damage use for Pleasure II 1
Week is worth observing. If it does nothing more Its I It is properly done. Com was done. This U due to the fact know how I would feel aeleft

shoull help you realize that when you pick 'up your merclal great care canners to make normally certain exercise that that these Indian River folk. tie old "Queen Mary" and 1

paper or listen to a news broadcast, you are helping to I their products art safe for human through cooperation Intelllgen handled by a st one cut a II .
protect your freedom. consumption. They can ill afford brand advertising and general called upon to '
to do otherwise. I smart operation; have been 'able I at the wreckage.

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11 ?ant Nan 19111 FORD Panel Truck New .....
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING A COMPLETE new body work. new time, and ..&in..
implnf tqnlmnrnt. Work luar.Pariaou REAL ESTATE SERVICE TO NOTICE Of INTENTION OF INTENTION' TO lea than I.1100 mllea wo. Bee W.
ono 81.220 or Venice REGISTER FICTITIOUS: NAME REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMES Prevatt or call 2664. l\
Bal. ReMala The under lii>t they me eonduitlmc a n.bilivblon bn.lneit .. certify HOUSE TPAIIFR. .1..... Ce.rl w. 1";
that he
AL HAULING and contracting. oil CoverlM the ORT MYERS AREA and V....... Florida, ender the fictitious buying' ulllng carrying and otherwise on the dealing hinlnexa with of led ga.. Moat sacrifice fur Quick e..ksale. t'

k. Muck 20'1.ERESTED rill. dirt, shell aand _t of homo SOUTHWEST to beautiful FLORIDA riverfront. .states Mod. oonie or VFNFTIAN GARDENS' real, and .......0.1 property, at Baramitarlorlda l ._ AUUm Trailer Part._lt"M 'I' f

Phone Coastal "location Including Improv and that taid firm b compoied of the under the fictitious name i>f bintrie : ITtrD: FURNITURE of all kn... MIce
In food masonry. ed and unimproved tropical Islands, bench following l penoni whom names and t Gw Co, Department I (Nut. In- Trading post, 2>7 W. _aU 1v.awe- .'
k or block work nil J. K. Hill, properties. fishing I,...... biialnaaa of residence arc aa follow at "1..1 ci>rp<..raMt, which bu.lnc. I. alms soma.time. phone 2MS : j
opportunities .nd carried on tinder the fictitious nameof
Income .
7C. aetupt IncludJEFPCOTT Frank V. Davies. Room S0 Radio
lug motor courts. trailer Electric Gas to I Not Incorporate'ind AUSTRALIAN PINES for aalrnlxe Aew I
nmpe. hotel. IlId". 2090 .. j
Elm WORK and trucking. Louie operating ranches. forms and .ro... Iflnla. Arlington VI that .aid business I. owned In I', unit amount rive Cfntu eaaat. San !
Phone Venice Ifi15. Largo and small tracts or land 'A Frances Coin Davies. Room 809 Radio ntlrety:: by the underpinned Frank 1:2 Carl Obendorf at Venetian CleanmTWO '
complete Conrail whose of residents I.
rental service Send for fm 111.1". place
Woman F'RLE ( descriptive folders and mas 01 this lrup. IdElnia 30 16th North Arlington, VI. South Oranre Avenue, Servants. FloridaIt ; IU41 Dump Tracks, Chevrolet ..d 1
evenines o. fternoon Apt. f.At. feel ....llon. la Inv Intention to apply to the rind. ; aluo, 1148 Ford straight truck -i ,
Ownership of
.. I I. aa blows i VENETIAN GARDENS Clerk of the Circuit Court In and forRora.ots ,ell or trade. tall Lout Ad..... _
County, Florida to register the
REALTY INVESTMENTS Frank V. Davies. 60%.
,RAPHIC Christmas CarJa. Frances said name of iiih bu.'lne.. under ihprnlilom > J
.r your children pets, hon,.. H7 First Street Fort M,.... Florid. It la our Coin Intention D..I. to 80'#apply. to the of hrptpr tOKHS. Lawn if FOR RENT
r' Now Phone 2662Li1' "Everylhlnr. 'In Real Clerk t'korld. Acts if 1911.
Eototo"Bolh the
Circuit Court In and for !
the USUAL and UNUSUAL Sarasota County Florida. to remoter the Wllnew. my hand thin 25th day Septmber. ROOM with bath private enttsn.JIn
VENICE SERVICE said name of VENETIAN GARDENS I04H rsdrntial dl.trlr I'hune 2"Ue. f
under the provlaloni of Chapter 201M. FRANK J. CONRAD
IC,,,STENOGRAPHIC Dictation, Addressing WORK DESIRABLE SELECTION of business Laws ..f FlorAunu.t .. Arb of 1941. Fubli.hl ('et. I. H, IS, 12 1(4M. i
Letters and Legal I Work and residential sites In city of Venice Witne.s our hands, this 26.h day of FOR QUICK RELIABLE
element and Efficient Service by owner If Interested.. tuirimt von ;in.veatigata IfMK. NOTICE civ INTENTION:" TO SERVICE, CALL i '

HOUSE, frame Ptihluh S.. FRANCES CAIN.. DAVIES The uflilin-lrned do. hin+v -rtify Mat VenicePlumbing !
ronntrretlon. i pt. 10. 17. 24. 0. 1, l 48 (
with seven Into In Nnkomla 82.5"0. Alan hey are .n "rlln" arclttrlc and ira.ipplianre.
Urge lot aerobe Iou.In... at F.. ,
LOST corner In Buy Point TeH'tinne 'NOTICE OP INTENTION TO rawitArlorida. Shop t r .
D. Holland at Venice 2K5S RFC.ISTfR under the firtftiitai name of
FICTITIOUS NAMES llertrl. t Gas C.... Department 4 Nit
.. C :II-II tire. t"b. mounted nn COTTAC.F THr:.PINES, 8ara..,t". The tin.Irr.iiinfd do herihy certify that ].....rnontedt vhlrh bi vines. (I. nl..) Box 14. Venice Phone :Z1S1 f f
red win wheel\. Saturday. Se... offer white frame Cane Cod. eoitav. thiy are condiiitin an rlrrtrlral Mm.baiting sometime. conducted under the flrtitlo'ip la
ten lH :":: and Nokamia. Rr.C. from two t.. $1.18(1( including big, lot. hii.ln,+u at ftirawta rlorlla 'in.drr ". of .:I..trlGn.> ('0. tNot Inr''fporatrdi
phone $890.: See them at Hawthorne and Tuttle A.... thiflrtltloiK{ name of Flntrlr and that cold firm la ..'mp..-
Terma Gets C.... Department I Not IncorporateiiettHl ed of the fullnnnn *vh
persons ; tell .hIh Iodnrwo I. nl... s.mrttnrn ....n. nlHrea iif .......I..n... are a. ft.Illmnlink Dependable t :
RTtIT iHOI'Ri".i;;;;; ;
TO RENT bath under the flrtitl.u. name of El,,'. ". J. Conrad II'+ Anith Ironer A.etitle. -
III inodirn with coo. Completely furnlli.ed trio Goes r.i Clued Inrorpirotvdl and R"r..,t., "I'luridu. Half r. W.I.,! Service .
Largo yard and fruit. One mile ('.'m that said firm I. renowned, of the f ,11.,... mMn 471 Alto Violin A\I''.:.. Saents.Florida. ,
F. In Venice. on yearly basis.Idce'tein. N'ii. put office 14 ""0. Mr. Thdma Inn ni>r..ina w.ho.e niimeii and places of and Andrew 1. lltv.n. rrulttillp .
Phone 3651. Smith Venire lieu Trailer Pnrk lT.ldenre are an follows Frank J. Con.rad Hond Pnraoota. F'"r:ila. I VF f n'FCI\LIZE IN \.
I U2 Kouth OrHnve A\enue Rarani'ti. o. nor hip of sold hu>I.. a. I. a. (.1'l Chrysler ProductiNOKOMIS ;:' ,
.'10.1{,'., and finite' h', Vieedman 476! low.t Frank J Conrad HI M'j Dull ,,
Alta Vista Avfnilr S"r....'.. Fonda P Wredman 88 1.3, and Andrew J. I
WANTED Own..rhln of said lnl,lne.. la .. fol. Brown. 88 1.6'i. ; :
'I !. Frank i, Carved 6l'(. and Dale It I. our intention to apply I to the<
r. Ionian 6014. (Ivrk of the Circuit Court In and far
It la our Int..nil..n to apply to the Farn"ota County n..IoI.. to .... I.lr. fail \
Carload of Used Furniture Dirk nf the Irtnlt Court In and fir said names. of Inch hi .lnm. undir. tinPixnlnlon '
I Sorao.t Cmnlo. Fh.ldH. to .vl'\o'r the / of Chapter 'K'5J. I..r i GARAGEf\f fI
said "..me. of eorh haringm und,,r the Florida. A.t. of 1911.FRANK.
TURN YOUR EXCESS HOUSE $ provisions of Chapter 2"FM. Laws of FI".. J. CONRAD f
I Ida Art. of 1 41Ultnr. GEORGE T. DEVLIS:
HOLD ARTICLES INTO CASHWE I .-' mr Kand. this 2r.th ,'., of R,,,. ANDRFW;F. J WrHM:HROWN> \ I Phone 258S

trmhrr. 1 4.. Publish Ort, I. K, |S, 22. 1HS t tII
Ort I. R. IS. 22. 11U..
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I The .und-h'o.oI di hi-nhy .-,rtlf. Plot Attention
I MIAMI AVENUE they art cntidurtint an plot.trie and /n* .
I. nlianr'". mvrhal.dMnc hii.ln<.+. atgamnota I
Flm Id.. under the futltl.uanunw
of r.w1rl Gas ('.. n.partmrntI
Not Incorporatxll, ..hlih b".incu. <.; j
suns nirtinie' cordoned i.rl.r the fl!<..
tit km. name of Electric t Ca. C'<. >N">tInmrnnralrdi Nokomis ResidentsThe
and tint aaid firm l. rots
Announcing quad of lh.' fnll.o" Iermas who.mmr. .
sod place .f reid.nce are a f..l.low" I
1 Fronk J. Conrad. 1192 Smith
.'reeve A."r. R......... n.rlI. .nd
llarr) R. Onrad Kit!. lImth Oranre Ate
nut. Baraxta. rlnriilaO.ner next time wish to
One-Day Laundry ServiceFOR ..hi{|, ..fmid hu.im-n la .. fell\ you purchase furniture
I w.t Fronk J t'.n..d. 5"1. and Harry
(., -onrad rIt or just look over new furniture that yr.M I are cocsu1erin -
:i la mr Intention to apply to 'h.
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for < hu> insf!:, change the looks of the scenery r
S.r....ta County Florida. to mtl.ler tie
Englewood Venice Nokomis Plncida): .aid name of such bo.I... under. the by driving south on the Trail !
p..\ 1.1".1 Ch.t"<'r toP". I..... of
I'k.rida. AcU of 1041V .
Pt. Comfort and Punta: Gorda each *" 'itnnu - Punta Gorda is just 3o miles south of Nolcomis. a
fmh-r.. IMK.
I FRANK HRRG J. .tN1M(ONRAP) That t is also the home of ,
Family Bundle Our Specialty PullUhl 0c.t. 1. H, 15. 22 I P4.. s f

Wet Wash Fluff Dry. Finished CARD OF THANKS King Furniture Co. k.

I wl.h to thank all friends. and mluh-
.don for their kind thnuichta. of cads and ..'r
...., in thelitKpltal t f
flowtra during m .nl stay
Telephone Venice 3385 for Pick-up Service rt: SMITH where you will see the largest stock of quality: p

-CART-OF THANKS-- --- furniture in any one store \between 'I am pa and y

I wl.h to thank our '''.0.1. fur the Miami. ; X
leantiful floral offeilnpi and MlirewliiM fit1
[Englewood Automatic Laundry or ....'mtl'v dnrlne the Illntw and deathnd.
or my beloved ht. C A. Hoping
Fpowlell. II. 'rnln..oI 8, Th.imi..in,
Operated by Experienced Laundry Personnel) Air Ph..n In Verdict


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C., HAROLD BATES Phone 2151
Seaboard Avenue

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Ve-NoHi Cage I{ Elfdrics, Smitly' Gal Bowlers Set New National Aide Tourney at Bowlakade Roller Petunia

First StandingsTheir (Continued
Schedule DrawnThe City Councilman George W from PaIlOli

Lead ItoHfiBf: League petticoats' discarded foi Bolts Jr., owner of'I the Venice nate name, rerhrbt,

Venlce-Nokomls HighS shorts slacks and sport clothes Bowlakad. announced this week Shaggy.' Since Marta\ iii
<'hool basketball schedule "Pet- that one of Michigan leading her mother liked
Electric to
i (except the Venice it acati.,
the coming reason was drawn fOI'j All Stars Also Regain ticoat1 team, who were dressedIn bowling figures had joined the harness with little lid

t last Saturday at a meeting of 'Face' in Two Matches accordance with their team staff of the local alleys. however, Pctum-

l\frcladi Athletic name Venice's fair sex bowlers The newcomer is Christ Hyronimus more appropriate and bllDt
l at the Junior high In Fort MveroH Venice eight-team ml'n's into their second week ol ; 64 who has been living at him.
bowling league, the first to be swung
.. 'th School Principal Homer sanctioned by the America matches: on Wednesday night and 1 the Sarasota Municipal Trailer 1 Whaler 1j name '1'\UiJa\ I

M.kr'ell and athletic instructor emerged with their team r.antl-j I Park since coming to Florida two 01' "Shaggy' did 110
r t Bowling Congress. ended Its second
:-t-l v uiIf!. Gadd ar.ended the week of rolling at the Bowl- ings! and Individual averages of "I years ago for his health. He will derlng until )last montiuj
; tng. Thiy time re-elected .tS assist Botts in managing the
; met the season. accompanl !
akade on Tuesday with the VenIce the Rofbutt
secretarytreasurer! The Venice Electric lassies Bowlakade and will give bowling |
Electric and Smlttys squads 000-mile
: : KcpeitlM of the ors,\ni7fin of the heap by lessons. Journey to (
leading the came out on top
tl Faul Monrtt of Fort Ms en pack. of D 'seven Texaco native of Battle Illinois and rohii ...
tlfft. The Electrics made It five victories beating the gals > A :
1 .13.% chosen \lce-presid,nt. and one defeat by The score were 620 to 562 Mich.. H>ronlmus has been an Seemed to enjoy It. 'hlJ,

! i \'enll'e was picked as the !litei1 beating the Jossart Plumbing 607.104 and 537-557. This gavel active bowler for 42 years He operated for the Re*' uiksonilut) .

'f' ipr 'he second annual basketball .glirs In two out of three gamesmlttya the Electrics five wins against : the Capital City Bowling reported that he took a nJ!

icuirftnint of the new confer reached the tame game only one loss, and left the Dy- Alleys In his home town for eight terest In (Atrything.But .

1 d''e next Ftbruan The localiiuxJ I totals by beating Venice Food evens In second place with three years before leaving the north,
lit tl
I dill haiID,, ,
won ht vea's t Ol1.nt'y.IiI straight across the board. wins and three losses and has participated In four of time to :

j The Conference takes in the Other game results aw the In the second of Wtdnosdavs the annual tournaments of theAmerican remember hin,1

:: .,Ik! wins H-hools In south Flor- AdoiJan Truckers beat Earl's Oa- matches the bottom-of-the-Iad'i| Bowling Congress trip. Fo- mUle than i Km

daAlva High :Moore Haven age by two out of three and der K: Club gills defeated companions The veteran kegler recalls that been suffer is from a fcl

Hift. L B 'Ik' High Naples H ftn. Venire Furniture whip the Enlewood : representing Smitty's his first ABC tourney was In Toledo men) thjupht to bn

'. ( DIti Pun Grande Hgh: Everglades! (: Merchants by the same Tavein Their tallies were 545 to : In 1916 and that others caused b\ a fright h,

+ MiH and the Ft. M\er Jr. HiRh umber of games 0199. 552: .503 and 468626. This ;: wise In Pcorla Buffalo and Chicago when attacked by a I large_

, I ;I The hfludile of games to be This left the Merchants tied rave: both squads two wins and The latter contest was In and on Sunday hu tin< j

G :I I laved bv t: \eNu-Hi team isM with Venice Furniture for Sf'Cand four losses and tied them for 1938. but he wasnt sure about body could stand no tan |

:" '"II'II' : place each having four wins third place. the dates of the other two. He Just went to deep u-d 111
I'... s. Of 4Is Per ; HI It'.It find two losses Earl's Oarage and wandered otf to fie,
The evening had one unscheduled also couldn't remember his tourney e
. .i 1 "".... I".H' 10 S all l at h .,,, D., I
.J t'I.. 1A/II-111, .l m.: Jon T. II. M."rsII dorian Trucking are also tied bit of excitement when !\Corel. but said his best *ei- dogs to II hen they die.
t. ,tuns 11. "H" ot ",m. Jan 11. i
. '. l d.rsetad me.,. .It M me: Jo. I. 14..r for third position with three victories Bernie Potaby of Smlttyn. dashIng tea! was a 244. J65 223-73?
1 I 1 .,ral0o .1 ho-e .,"" ?1. lit ""Plet. 4-n. I and three defeats \ outs'de to celebrate an unusually match that he rolled against a I 2633 Sarasota-
,..,. !
. '. at Ft M. Jo. t* M Its.r"
, I' o' h"m. Fri I. al M..". H"..... : I ossarts holds fourth &Ph.ce'l Rood set of frames tripped Holland Mich., squad In 1937
.. i" '..t>. .. at ..." 1,1,, ...i r.h. n. TGuld I two wins and four losses and I Phones
. 1..11.l ... over a sidewalk bench This record has never been beatrn -
Venice Food Is In the cellar fell flat. She was treated bv In Bittle CreekHvronlmus .
announced this week! AmbulanceService
t\ll //l i I I
I six unhappy outcomes
r I" that arrangements will be made James M. Dick of the Rexall wife Elsie will also -
1 tor the !team to schedule gameyj New' Schedule UsedThis I Store for a black ee. scratched 1 help out at the Bowlakade occasionally -
left the Merchant In -
j start In the ra-on with Sarasota: nose and bruised legs She Ii a bowling enthusiast -
with foul wins and two I I' Day or Night
Individual at the
High average
'B" teams and Kentucky Mill- too, and says her high-
losses Venice Furniture and end of the second week of play i
Italy 1n Euls Outage err: tied for thirdplace was a 136 credited to Marie I -- Prompt :allot CourtelROBARTS / !
with thr'j victories and "
Pfaff of the "Petticoats. "Do"
SOW! low-cost (2 .
three defeat aplc'.e Mctjan andJossart's Peter of the same team was sec
(ents: per word) Gondolier classified
are also lied for fourth ond with 128 and "Banged.Up" Funeral Home

} Center spot with two wins and fur Potaby was third with 126. ad
los.oes.'hile Venice Food Is In fie! then were III. H-."him I ID Mar
ire Aid.ran: IIP: Helen William.. II* .
cellar with six d=I I' ?ts
Ilernadine hawse. 117 tt\ I'rler lift :
'fIDE TABLES Fridays rolling saw the Englewood Pal Ai.o,.. 114 : I.,ilrcll toner. 111 : Insurance Protects
Helen 'ur".I I .I"*: Zola Taylor. Ina: *
I Merchants knock over VenIce ... a l
Anita K/xaler.l 111A. 1t"I. I"*:
" ) I F.NIE: INLET: Food In three I I.... ShK-kry 1"-" Mrrlrln) J?n... P,: AGAINST LOSSES! ;
,Punta Rasa ('orrl'ctonl'J games. !Vila Li.h.'..... ,l. MiiM 8irl. HIi : Fire Life
; i Smkttys Tavern also scored a ,1,i llrlrn Ki hur.....n. M. mil II..,.... Casualty
? ( .,'h.tt. fcontest <.
N.h Law two-game win over Venice Fur- -

i r 1 M.o.'ll 11:40,;; "n':. 1 ii;1,.: : :. niture. The latter match wasclose !I Another total pin go will { '
however with the
t "-,. 0.1. t 110. a m OIT a./II. i be rolled bj the same two teams

:'t A) :,.:.. :::. ::1 4 ;jil!, A.m a as.i'm m g a g ture by only boys one losing pn and the first Furnl'l this here Sunday.at the Bowlakade The private at "feud"Is 8 pm. James T.First Ethel B. t,

last 44
,1. r ......... ,.... 1.4'1 a :. 7a1 5:41 am pm.: In by the pins Sarasota County '11Star" II matches to continue until at least six BANK BUILDING
J. ,tarpm ':"7 pm, have decided which Stal'Sr.re \'ENICE. FLORIDA
f W.d". (lit r. I"4x n m. 'I,:11 0 m. League Venice recovered best
I 1:12 om. .:IOpm from last week's slump. whipping
liar .
1Mt 7
r'L, .}.... .. 1:16.m.:I" a in ln'2i 11 ". am.. m. the Sarasota Cleans by two

4 "1" --- 0 games to one at the Sarasota

Bawladrome on Wednesday.The FallWeekend I
Live Bait I local stars also regained

Tt.kle came of their "fice" In a pec al11I.tch
1 at the Bowladrome Sun-
AU of Boats
f -- (I
I day night They beat Cap's Fl-n :
( ',ail.llIl.I Our Docks ( Market their humblers last we k.i

I Ibv I 2467 to 2364 In a total pins !I II

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