Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00011
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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: April 24, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00011
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E1IONI .d ndt Rated Ve-No-Hi Well Seniors Above CONFERENCE TO Council Acts on Eve of 1

I t1ERE i I Average In Test DECIDE TARPON Field's Transfer From

Results of the annual University

ty 1 of Florida "senior tests," conducted Army to U.S. EngineersComplying

in high schools throughoutthe TOURNEY PLANS .'
',. ., state'show the senior class of with a request from the Venice-Nokomis

,Work.'on general beautifi- Venice-Nokomis high school rated Representatives of the Yen- Chamber of Commerce, the city council last week filed appli-

- ition.oi, Venice will be the well above the average, it was announced ice-Nokomis Chamber of cation for temporary right-of-entry and use of the huge

cialn'summer project of city this week by Principal Commerce and local fishing Venice Army Air Field.

'\'ill get under way Hay 1, it Bringing further honor to the noon in the C. of C. office hereto at the field to prevent their I

Was announced yesterday by local school, Hightower was notified discuss possibilities of Ven- being disposed of before the city

, :ounciLmafl George W. Higel, that three of the local seniors ice-Nokomis participation in can exercise its priority and take NOKOMIS STORE

tUbmmissionejN'of. streets and made unusually high ratingsin the International Tarpon tour- over all or any portion of the big

n..arks.vf 'ft. the tests, which covered his nament to be staged May 15 base, should it decide to do so. CHANGES HANDSIn

ng"Reeently.! ".BI *!''aaJd, "Ronald tory, English, science, mathematics -, to August 1 by the Sarasota Changes Hindi

.., TilleyJwho( has had considerble and psychology. They are County Anglers' club. At midnight last Saturday night,
' experience with city planning David Melroy of Laurel, Larry the base passed from army con- a transaction disclosed last

. and ,eauttfidtion work, of- Chadwick of Englewood, and Her. "Local fishing enthusiasts hopeto trol to a federal civilian depart- Monday, it was revealed John A.

-wed to ...the till of Venice schel Wester of Nokomis. revive the famed Tarpon Derby ment, the United States district Johnston formerly of Inverness,

Ilk an advisorycapacity.;; We in- "In three subjects," Hightowersaid staged here in pre-war days, engineer's office at Savannah, Ga. Fla., has acquired an interest in

[\md to accept his offer and make "only one per cent of the seniors said Walter B. Sheehan, secretaryof Col J. C. Gunnison, who has and has assumed personal manage-

* IB program Our main summer throughout the state made the local chamber. "However, been commanding officer of the ment of the Nokomis Grocery.

Arojert.* ''. higher grades than Melroy, who pending final decision, consideration field, announced the 30 soldiers W. G. Stubbs, who has owned .

StreetForekian an Joseph Edwardsnd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul is being given to participation stationed there will remain for and operated the widelyknownstore

Ms. assistants, Joe Conover, Melroy of Laurel. In one other *in the Sarasota" County Anglers' about three weeks to complete for the past three years, will

ftllle Norman, and Gerald Curry, subject, only four per cent rated tournament. deactivation. remain'with the establishment for

rill start work on the job next higher than David, and in the fifth Sheehan pointed out that tarpon Philip H. Mallory of Nokomis the next few weeks, but then

reek, Hl.rell8id. The Civic Centerrea subject, only seven per cent. fishing is most active off Venice has been appointed civilian custo- plans to take an extended vaca-

parkways along Venice ave- "This is by far the highest rat- early in the season, then moves dian of the field for the U. S. tion, for health reasons.

ue, the Tamlaml Trail, Harbor ing any student has ever attainedin north to Sarasota waters later in Engineers. Johnston, who is seeking to buyor

rive, and Qthlf .fiction of the the Venice-Nokomis high school the summer. Committee at Work rent a Nokomis home, plans to

ty will bt gihee' than "beauty since the system of testing was "In the event that Venice and Meanwhile, a committee of three bring his family, consisting of Mrs.

I atment," :with planting of trees started several years ago by the Nokomis join with the Anglers'club Venetians is proceeding with an Johnston, John, Jr., 11, and Betty

d shrubbery,to be done in acrdance University of Florida." ," Sheehan said, "it should investigation of possible uses to Lee, IS, here as soon as school

with'Tiljey's recommen- Hightower also disclosed that he ,prove mutually advantageous." which the city could put all or has recessed for the summer va-

atlons., ...... .'. will leave this week-end for Bal- Sheehan met last Friday with part of the field. They are Col. cation.
HfllrtoderhUatWH' .the band timore, Md., to enter Johns Hop- directors of the Anglers' club in Vincent B. Dixon, former VAAF Looked State Over

land la the Civic Center also will kins hospital there, for special Sarasota and was invited to return commanding officer who is nowa Before entering the Navy in
No. treatment of the throat affliction Venice resident and businessman 1944, Johnston was in charge of
.e a I job W. aumrner, Higel to a meeting they will hold
,id. from which he has been suffering tonight to discuss possible Venice- ; County Commissioner M. the meat departments of a small

Higel Edwards and the entire He plans to be gone about a Nokomis participation in the International Cousins, and Richard Gedney, local Florida chain store organizationfor

Street and park department, inci- week. Tarpon tournament. real estate man. 10 years. Upon being discharged -

iWtally, came in for special praise Originally appointed as a Cham- last February from the Navy,
luring week's ber of Commerce committee, the he said, he began looking the state
last meeting of the Political Rally
.* Annual DinnerAnnual three men were also named an of Florida over to determine the
W council t 'if
: ,
'/ Set For May 3 official city advisory group by the best location in which to enter
George Wv Botts., president ofpe dinner of the Venice
council last week, in compliancewith business for himself.
council, said: Candidates for state and county Community Service club will be
the made in C. wanted location
suggestion a I a that not
\ "I'have heard several comph'Aenta offices will be held tomorrow at 6:30
given an opportunity Thursday, : of
' C. resolution urging the coun- only offered good business possi-
! concemiag the work being to at in Duke's restaurant in No
speak a rally sponsoredby pm, "
", cilmen to act immediately to safe- bilities right now, he explained,
bl.bf"1W: street department the Sarasota County Demo- ,komis. Submission of annual
reports '
I a guard Venice's interests in the "but one that would be even bet-
tom, from tourists as well as cratic executive committee at 8 and election of officers will '
$3,000,000 field. ter five, 10 or 20 years from now.
tom people.They not only start p.m. May 3 at the VeniceNokomis feature the meeting, announced To Be Away Believe me, I looked the entire

hinge; titetx get done. Much i school. Similar meetings have Mrs. R. S. Tilley, president, who Col. Dixon, stating that he wouldbe state over carefully before I
Wogress': hw Jeat/nade the past, been or will be held in other sec- expressed the hope all memberswill out of town for about month
a made my choice of Nokomis
IW mnSiHrfilimiHiliH. up the city tions of the be present.
(Continued on Last Page) "Here we have not only an ideal
)nd .... have made re-
K u business location, but an ideal
narka M b the cleanest
K PLAY 'EIGHT-TEAM BOWLING LEAGUE place in which to live."
JttW.4 MHuruq, into on our
... ... Johnston added that he contem-
t".ifll"; f plates making several changes in
i<. v}':... GETS UNDER WAY HERE NEXT WEEK the store soon, but that "old cus- ,

ova tomers of the Nokomis Grocerycan
Formation of an eight-team "Duffy" Legar, Eddie Hinkley.
rest assured the same fine
cee handicap bowling league, with WOMEN KELLERS 8. (Methodist church) member-
courteous service provided by Mr.
play slated to start next Tuesday Ship roster not completed.In .
and famSarasota At 8 p.m. tomorrow, Thun- Stubbs will be offered under the
night ,was announced this week by "preview" games last Wed-
ton day, two teams of women bowlers new management to the best of
George W. Botts, manager of the nesday night at( the Bowlakade, "
street here will meet In a special match our ability. .
Bowlakade. Herb Hanchey's "Farmers" took .. .
j it the Bowlakade.
lived here
y Teams matched for opening playof two out of three games from Jos- BUY HOME
"Betty's Bowlers" will ba
He was the 10 weeks' season were announced sart's "Plumbers" to win the series Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Parrish have
made up of: Betty Nelson, captain -
by Botts as follows: 2151 to 2136. purchased a five-room bungalowon
; Loll Nelson, Helen Volk. .
beCn States manVnited Tuesday, 8 p.m., April 30 art, "Puddin"," and "Blondle" Jim Ponder or the farmers had Groveland avenue. The sale -,

Team 1 vs. Team 8, Team 2 vs. high game with a 201, while Jos- was handled by Margaret B.
office, re- Team 7.Thursday. The "Ruth's Trailerettes"squad sart won high series honors with Evans, through the H. N. Wim-
last .
8 p.m., May 2-Team will be composed of: 486, for a 162 average. mers real estate ofifce.NOW .
3 Team 6 Team 4 Team 5.
vs. ; vs.
Ruth Kuykendall, captain; Helen Two three-man teams of the < y
Teams are as follows:.
Willlimi, Marjory Adorjan, Baptist church keglers competed
1. Herb Hanchey, captain; Earl Alice Lumley, and Virginia Friday night, with. Team No. 1 !
i Edge, Jim Ponder, Eddie Mc-
Ponder. defeating Team No.2, 1136 to
Cracken, Charley Vanvalict. 1014, winning two out of three

2. J. J. Jossart, captain; Bruce games. VENICE GONDOLIER

Murphy, Kuykendall Biorseth., 5. Ben Dunn, captain; Paul Paul Zeigler of Team No. 2 cap-
lividness Frank Roebuck. John Hill Nave Freddie
King, ,
tured both high game and high Editorial and Business
ted In 3. Byron Jones, captain; Buford Lee Ringo. series honors, with 190 and 499
Office Is Located In
Merritt, Carroll Williams, Ralph 8. (Baptist church) Paul Zeig- scores, respectively.! Zeigler's

Shop Adrian, Carl Smith. ler, captain; Don Crawford, Doug teammates were Ted Myers and i
Nestlevrood Gift
Venice 4. Jud Curwood, captain; Dick Arnall, Fred Nelson, Dick Larsen. Perry Hayes, while the other Shop

Rich, Smyth Brohard, Frank 7. Tom McNeil, captain;' Lee squad was made up of Don Crawford West Venice Ave Venice

Blackburn, Frank. Raeburn. Barbour; Raymond Duvall, Alsa Doug Arnall, Fred Nelson. Venice 2673

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Easter Egg Hunt and TiI\JII
VENICE GONDOLIER but I found :;.
i Given For Children Gondolier Brings the Gondolier more lit

"I do not agree with a word you say. but 1 trill Surprising Results"I two papers 'd tb-
"o 4 defend with my life your right ro say it."-VOLTAIRE ; Of Baptist Church said PUt tOJr.
must have received at least
j I Published Wednesday Editorial office, in Nestlewood Gift.j.A'f + Children of the Nursery, Beginners "One Gondolier
t;,. P'/'I/ : every Venice 2673. and Primary departments of 18 calls from my little classified from IIJ far 14t+ -
Venice Florida
& Shop, West Venice Avenue aW'1' ,110
the Gondolier-it
ad certainly
I' School
Sunday lina.
: the Venice Baptist :1)'
Subscription rates: One year, $2.50; three monthi. $1. Classified I brought me surprising results." experjen'h(
'Yti, .: advert sins rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 words; 1 cent per word for and their mothers, were enter that : t only Is thtt
f Easter egg hunt C. Harold Bates of Nokomis, tine
each additional' word. tained with an realty! market [di
home of Mrs. I before leaving with Mrs. It
last Saturday at the just a Gon .Ier
"I MEMBER c= r-l George Hauser by the teachers of|I Bates for his summer home at except, rally :,IJJaJo
"' "'' FLORID PRESS ASSOCIATION \ the three groups Mrs. Hauser, I Gregory, Mich., dropped by the I -100--<1 It"only ,

,r _MAnasAL' EDITORIAL> ASSOCIATION y .Mrs. Roland Curry, and :Mrs. Tal- Gondolier office especially to a Blocks tea:

i iI madge Thompson. leave that testimonial. The ad he I the "'I I

J'. Preceding the hunt, Mrs. Curry referred to appeared earlier this HOLLYR'Apadment enkDIa

} CARROLL H. WILLIAMS "".._" .. "". ..... Editor and Publishers and :Mrs. Douglas Arnall led the I month in the Gondolier and offered ,

children in a number of a five-room stucco house for U alo ew M? II.
,t I.::e d..-:mCI.on of having roll &ame"j sale. j lion '
while Mrs. Thompson i Eummtrlife/ kVENitt hat
I ed as high a score as ever was Hauser hid the eggs. I "I advertised the house in the !I ?alydhHis

MULLIGAN nude on the Bowlakade alleys His Refreshments served to -
were On.c
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( I 233. made on a Thursday, didn'tland the group by the hostesses, assist- '! :
\ I ,'ef'long, for on Saturday PIANO Taught
up ed by Dell Sjoblom Tommy Mil- j MUSIC In Your 0.1111
Paul Zeigler got hot and bowled a VIOLIN Children
i We sure like M-ir "Mulligan made chell Bobby Stephens, and Ronnie ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 511 kv' Nil
/o 237 highest score yet Harbor
game Laurel St. tea .
; Stew Hegel 325 Sarasota s
at the recently opened Bowlakade phony Vr
L i ) We relish and those were: Edward Ina k
spice pepper tOO.1 Among present --
r jl Though onion' it.lce'ould make I I David and Bobby Larsen, -53
Brigadier General Harrison K.
t. it stronger Joyce and Ronnie Hegel, Douglas ,
Bird. Sr. New York Guard retired !
.. I" And keep it with ut some tiir.e ; and Lorrie Arnall, Carolyn ando
: a Treasure Island resident Every Modern Housewife Knows
II longer, 1 has had the pleasure cf a tw Tommy Mitchell, Bobbie Stephens,
Yet. thanks to Jack who cleaned I .
Guy Crooks, Johnnie and Shirley ',
I weeks' visit by his son, Captain
the .pud.W'j WrIght. Patty and Barbara Ador
I Harrison K. Bird. Jr.. discharged!
have our stew without thmoil e tan' Kay and Dell Sjoblom, Judy
only! last month from the Canadian v I
: : and Jan Birdsong, Charles, Elizabeth Iii
;,/ M, M. S. army. Captain Bird spent I and Ann Curry, Kenneth
: ,
j ; ve year overseas and was personally
London, :Mrs Tommy Birdsong,
if} Yr.// decorated by King George I
The above ," i
l Jm tram a Palace \lrs. Robert Larsen, Mrs. George J.A
a Buckingham with the
p ire reader evidently was written' Mitchell, :Mrs. Harry Sjoblom,
rare :Military Cross, second
in retaliation lor our explanatory I i.. :II!'!. Irene London, and :Mrs. J.
> the famed Victoria Cross .
"Mulligan" I'oigerel; l of a few Douglas Arnall.
\ We gather ":.:. :M I I"edtp The captain received the awardil |
S." t t. OK I leading a successful raid forI RENOVATING INN
typewr.ter jr. ir.tt to extend MII
'. I' I risoners and information through I
Mrs. Virginia Wilson
a tr.endly cat\o. against I is closing
try.ng to emulate Wachell or Earl i iWilsor. German lines on the Holland front |,her Copper Kettle inn on Harbor

i Well:!, we never did foj I Deemed particularly heroic !!drive today for a complete ren 1 =

much for that "i hat postman rang was Captain Bird's action on the';ovation. She plans to reopen the

I f twice ,it t what house type cf way back. when he covered his widely-known hostelry in a few

1 'I "c"J 'In"; either. :M. :M. s. comrades as they crossed a bridge, |weeks under a different system I I
.. and then. last
l man over safely with details to be announced later.

'.\"rd. .. ." .It. "., .... ...,.'-. .. I made the crossing himself I
I n. "'''I.er, tne .
t Laurel grocer, hat managed to get I NEW NUMBER We Carry A Complete Line
seed to hit Didja notice the rather amusing New telephone number for the
neltelephone number
I ,,
"feud" carried in Alpha Institute of :Music ofGROCERIES
Venice MIS on two successive was announced -
yet? He had had I '
"33::" for more than 15 yean. Sunday issues of the Sara. this week as Venice 2835. MEATS,
t r.: Can't blame him sota H.T by a couple of our No- "IIt
long-time kc.mn residents? They "dueled" !
f II f customer if they occasionally CHARTER
with large display advertisements BOAT
and dial the old
,Y number While the last one we saw reading: Bay and Deep Sea Fishing
on the:
i 1 of telephone numbers, maybe subject!It Notice to the Public Boat or Sightseeing Docked at Brady Trip I, VENICE FOOD SHOP;

\ might help a wee bit if If parties who made complaint :w
we reminded Nokomis I Venice Bowdenj
t t people: that the first about motorcycle riders in Xo- Lord Robert Venice 2993 I H. S. : .

"Clyae \'. Higei. llenende street; kemis will show me the plP' II I ..
listing c: 2:44 in the current phonet i I 'Rites. I will be glad to turn them i .

t took is not the number to call if I i I off while passing along highway .+ ..i.t-W.H +4-N"" ""44. ** ""* t . . . '-<<+N.t"'N'f'f .

': you want to talk with Hizzoner 1! next to their residence. We are
i ; i
theMa.vr: Call the second Clyde also citizens and taxpayers, having

1. \ fUt.! .isting.: : the "Harbor obtaj.ed a license to operate our I 1

t unto: ':HI' one The tot number I iir.ot"rc.vie! and we do not feel:t : WM. LAMAR ROSE

h IS that ot the Gulf View'i''justified tc cut our motors off and

apartments, which Clyde recently I push them by your place." I l
.. >dd to Walter Lehmann Veteran of World War II

t, III 111 0 Just thought you might like to

i, On the serious tide, Jim Keys, know we now have a subscriber

Sr the bllliard.bowling man, was in "Sleepy Eye, Minn. Also =

t.. "I root.f.ed recently that his mother, have one who lives on famed FOR

'( :Mrs.. :Molly Burton Keys, 78, had Peachtree street, Atlanta, Ga. .

od at her home in Tuscumbia And others who live, le'ssee now ...

'; Ala., from a heart attack Jim Jr, -well, in California, Connecticut,

and Alfred Keys left Venice im.medlalel Rhode Island, New York, New s. ,

I' t i to attend their grandmother -' Hampshire, :Massachusetts, Michigan
-' 's funeral. Pennsylvania StateAttorney
< .ira Cauthen, Kentucky,
,+ owner of the Arcade barber shop, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Ohio, r
also lost his Indiana, New
mother by death week Jersey, Tennessee,
before last.Biggest I :Maine, and Virginia Oh, yeah,
Florida, too

tf. mystery recently around
here, was who stole the newly i No more room, now, but tune in

nfKTd' big red lIght off the next week for "The Dog That
Island |Grazed Like A Cow."
bridge. And
( what in the world use do you ILL

,: .' suppose the thief plans to make C, M.
Pr Clover
of it! And Treasure Island, I ,
speaking of "red" who .
k recently returned
reminds us that from Cuba,
I "RedHarris ,
two was reported confined to Judicial
Weeks ago had, but his home Circuit
I, only] briefly, with illness this week.



i o, Venice VENICE, Florida.GONDOLIER, 1 My Pledge Fair, Impartial, Forceful

# i Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one Discharge of the Duties of State Attorney
; ,>1 year ($2.50) .
t (Check which) or three months ($1)

+aie Name (All subscriptions must be paid in advance) Your Vote and Support Will Be

Gratefully Appreciated
r 4 Address

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'Iih!- ..;I' 1dK RETURN HOME then my parents, who were spending B!

> ": Mri. Ernest Anderson ha returned : LETTERS the winter in Venice, have

,,',. to her St. 'Paul Minn., been sending it to me. GULFTHEATRE
..L' home after a month's visit here to theEDITOR In my opinion, it Is a great little I

:tMoft l W 1 II vet- with her nieces, Mrs. Penny Hull paper well-edited printed, and
with interesting stories and
JIItIIIcbt attendIItB. and Mrs. G. A. Surls.
e comes from a great little town -
! 17 organ (Note Th Gondolier will be Venice.I .
1 awaiting glad, to print lottl" of general Interest
} when, (. and If space permite. was formerly a K.M.I cadet VENICE
thsrttr to Pleaeo keep thorn short.
Anonymous letters will not bt con. and founded "The Kayemeye An- 7 P. M.
Office Opens
Tk bj J. T..sc.pnIIdent Box
dock urea:! o to. However have only It his the Inltlalo writer: dg.or vil" my senior year there. That's First Show Starts T:1S P. M.
the Vest M.
ot Show Starts ':41 P.
.. Read Second
jam do plume, ouch how my folks started going to
""' The Gondolier will MATINEE SUNDAY:
>NolKimls bank. The meeting .r, publlahed.
(to a word first II word., lo each Venice. I wish lots of luck.
to obllgo.)
' bo happy you Boll Office Opens I P. M.
.is aflMM 'Cbrtmiqttir hall in iddltlonal word. Minimum
\ lie. Cash with Ad. Special rasefor Pfc. William O. Littick, Chow Starts S.1S P. M.
more than ono Insertion of tho
" apeEOWjtxt1jhi from tame ad.) New York, N. Y. 45007905-Hq.. Det. ASFTC WEDNESDAY: A THURSDAYApril

;'* shoulder told the veto Just FOR SALE April 12, 1946 Aberdeen Proving Ground, 24-2S

,;bat can and cannot be done re- Carroll H. Williams, Maryland. 'THIS GUN FOR HIRE'Alan

birding loan made under provl- FOUR-BURNER Sao coffee maker 8He with Stainless built-in steel automatic Venice Gondolier Ladd Veronica Lake

_on< ot then"p. & Bin of Rights.- hot water beater. 1100. p. Dear Mr. Williams: FRIDAY A SATURDAYApril
O. Bolt 818. Venice.BICYCLE ,
.....HlJ.Urffci fe Ati Mttan seek- PHOTOGRAPHIC M.I7
I I want to take this opportunityas I
flrl practically new, aacrlflco "DANGEROUSPARTNERS"
tysj such a loan was to discuss his SERVICES .
for >
$1 Inquire an old newspaper man to con-
obtan: Jnjpejrson with his bank- Cleaners Let Ue Do Your Developing
' gratulate you on your publication"The And Printing
"', u each cast would have to be HELP WANTED I Venice Gondolier." Leave Films it Nokoml Grocery An M-O.M Picture
Zfasidend Individually. Weotor A Wynno
WANTED-Woman for general homework My brother, Frank C. Green, Nokomis Phone 3951 SUNDAY A MONDAY
ono day each week Mra. N. was your first subscriber and after April It-It
L. Lefton P. O Bon 878 VenIce. "SHADY LADY"
reading it has been sending
WANTED Charles Coburn GInny Slmmo
copies to me, knowing my Interest
TO BUY OR RENT for next aeaaon. Robort PaigeTUES.WED.THURS.
t Thre.-bedroom furnished home In in publications and advertising FOR SALE

nice give neighborhood location and price In Venice.of house Please or generally.It Muck and Top Soil April 30 May 1.2 .
rental Private family. Write immediately has been my pleasure to visit Tested by
Box A. Venice Gondolier. County Agriculture Aoent 'THAT NIGHT WITH
Venice when I was Secretary and
BABY BUOQY-AulUblo for small Shell Fill Dirt YOU"
Promotion at the
baby. Mm A. Murphy at Venice Director WALTER WHEELER
Post office.: World's Fair, and I was very much Phone Venice S152 Pranehot Tone Susanna Footer I

impressed with Venice, which
I _
realize ------
is in
do not
TRIANGLE INN many people .. ... ........................ .... .... .........
such a fine position and actually

.... Rooms By is on the Gulf of Mexico. It is un- "The Same Friendly Pre-War Service"

iWN. fortunate that people go to Flor-
ida and do not find such lovely

"Leekfep: to T e Repair Corner Nassau VENICE i spots as Venice, but I have cometo
end Pansacola the conclusion that it is purelya

lack of knowledge and that per- SERVICE STATIONTires

haps your Chamber of Commerce
Recapped 3-Day Service
* should do something about it, and -

Vote May7ForUOtGE of course I realize that it takes
Standard Oil ProductsVenice
money to do these things but after

W. HIGEL all it would be a good investmentand Avenue and Tarn la ml Trail

FORCounty in the long run would pay the VENICE 2161 DICK RICHZeigler's

w supporters or investors.I ..... ... .......... ... ... ... ......... ....... ...

Commissioner know as a publisher some of

DISTRICT 3 the trials and tribulations that you
are facing but for the good of the
.. "1 pledge a fair and just representation to all If elected to this .
community your paper should GroceryLAUREL
.' MM UMMtttt _" Your vote and support appreciated."
have hearty support, both from

standpoint. Naturally many of the

folks have gone back north for the

: 'i- season but those'that are enjoying Groceries and Meats
..' "" .
(T Venice should see to it that your .

; publication is sent regularly to a Fruits and Vegetables
well selected list. This would be .

GRILL the best kind of advertising for t: W. R. ZEIGLER Venice 2312PAINTING
,. the community because it would ;
hit them 52 times 8'year and it ot.. J. J.'i1 .,.. .v 'iJ.. ;t.r..r.Y.v,..or.; ....v ss8Baaa a
"Quality Food Plus
I would keep the names of the local

; Efficient Service"Open merchants before them, and at the DECORATING

I same time give you an opportunity -
Venice' Ave. at Tsmlaml Trail 7 A. M. to 2 P. M.Venice as an editor to keep on tellingthe
5 P. M. to 7:30 Pl M< merits of Venice and urgingthe WORKMANSHIP

,Closed'. SaturdlY'I people to tell the story to their ?'r w


J May I take this opportunity of
v congratulating you on your typo-

Privilege.t* Live In Florida graphic format. Your paper is
much better printed than the average -

A V fc A Distinction to Live In Venicedam" weekly newspaper throughout O. Box 87 .

Y *. the United States, and I have VENICEFLY .
H. N. WIMMERS had some experience with this,

having handled large appropriations -

Realtor .where I used 5000 of them
,' ';
( for a single advertiser a year.I .

;'iil VENICE FLORIDA do hope you will be success-

".1(1' ful in your venture which should
,Tsmlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf have the hearty co-operation of
I \ Cruise at 110 M.P.H. With Safety
'>" every person in your communityas
Spin-Proof ERCOUPE Easy to Fly
well as their hearty support,
both from the subscription angleas

well as advertising, and it will J & J AIRCRAFT, INC.

come back to them manifold in
Good Cheer the future. Venice has something
to sell and I think the only faultIs VENICE 2551 P. O. Box 291 8ARASOTA 6306
That's what you'll always that it has not been sold in the

find at the Tropi. past. People will go to such placesbut
t it is only lack of knowledgeof
cal Cocktail Lounge, a such a splendid place that they

bright spot on the Tami- do not go now.

ami Trail, where friend With every good wish, I am, VENICENOKOMISBANK j

meets friend. Sincerely, ,,;

'ftj "sMrrrV" Managing Director,
Advertising Club of
New York.


>)! Member of ,Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 4

!' Lounger Venice Gondolier
Dear Mr. Williams:
Maximum Insurance
at Venice Avenue Venice In Venice, the week that the
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"ale, ( 1 ARCADE BARBER.. SHOP,. Week.daya I I I CHURCH I
to 1 m.
." Arcade VENICE Building. 1 a .. m. to' ,. m. Saturdays DIRECTORY MID ass WEE1!

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\ Nassau .t Miami Avenue .,
M : Bros. Concrete Products Venice ,,,,,.
Higel p 0 mrtll Ct+wf Pattori CLOSING HODI
FOR IMMEDIATE i' rvl.. 4
NOW HAVE :: .m M'ruin* *
BLOCKS .is: r m BTFt', ....
CONCRETE BUILDING ;, m t>'tntr, Bernice.
A r
r GRADE Mldwtfk4. t:a
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..... Further Notice the
sStl6. LI rtel FI".. t. -I' I s. u. *' \,*ct Avenue Of COD I Until Following EiUblJ,Ito r
S U :' II S :.u .a t.1 Vtnlct 301em
:" :H "tI F.. or 3.rniir n. r..tor Will Observe Mid-Week Closing HAs ,,,:
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$ :1'1"1'1" :'f1 \ Tr. Pr ea.hingeds. Follows:
i \ : ) V to Toung People'sEI'CE s.WC
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Gat T.U"an Vct,ct Avenue Close WEDNESDAY, 12:30: P,bull
I :-. \ : 1. E.a.ander. raatorTL verIt
!.. .. 7KE VENICE LUMBER CO. :. MAN Pa ]

III v.t-a tt and Palermo
IS I T tnM,nea MDkcr a Park. R.ct,>r 0 NESTLEWOOD GIFT SHOP DIll(
N0OPEN' FOR BUSINESS I FIo"4. Schoo4S.nda' '
I I :_:J ) .'::\; 'tlr| of St wn
i.ii :u:1.: NOKOMIS GROCERY for
U E'cwn
: iear "Anything In Wood" j I lay Pe,nl. Nokomis VENICE FOOD meISM to J

F A. Shlpl.Ilnater!
tr FLnda7 Sch.ol1t ,,
.j m Morelr W "hlpj Clal
HOES : ; \, org tell""ihlp Group. '!
: rir Ever lnt t.rnlc! von)
, 't I Wsda! )' 1,I p m.. .Ild..tr
, 2-Prong Garden 85c .. t:,i t rr Mni:*. InIE

Onion $1.35 OSPREY Rtv Henry BAPTIST Johnvofii CHURCH Pastor Lanier's Variety StoreOpen Dod

r" Light Garden $1.35 1" t m. Sunday School: 11 a. m. ( Until 9 p. m. Saturdays) ATm ,
M,n:r? nl'ttpmBTUsT ,. :
Grove $1.35 P m Evening: *nlct. Wedn"d. T
':' m prayer m tinrH."E. VI
Eye $1.45 / Y SayMa
Mortar $2.00 I VOTE FOR Close THURSDAY 1 P t:
Grub d..UOI

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Vcn':t An., Near Seaboard Depot Phent 2(32
A Sf""*rDttT.All _grin
r PAID fCklTIOk "D''IIur P'r',


i'' See Us Now For

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'O Farm, Truck and Ranch Property Priced Soj' *

1 That Either Investment or Production Can ;,

! Be Profitable. ;:


t''e. TRACTS FROM 5 TO 5,000 ACRES

! : Between Tamiami Trail and Nyakka Rivei

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; Good Roads
I Water


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Proven ProductionVENICE

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Robert S. Baynard
R : x PHONE seat Frank: D. AOtA

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ets rte Only 172 of 9,177 Carl Obendorf MOSQUITO MEETINGJ. To ease its housing shortage,

1Il 0 7 Melton Williams, Sarasota Eire Is Importing lumber from

] *""i Voters In County Buys BuildingPurchase county mosquito control officer, Sweden and Canada.

Are RepublicansOf plans to attend a meeting of the
of the story and a Florida Anti-Mosquito association, More than 500,000 of the

thin In4rpslrtment approximately' 9,177 qualified half "Venetian Cleaners" buildingon to be held In West Palm Beach known organic chemicals can be

voters listed for Sarasota' West Venice avenue, between from April 28 to May 1. Latest produced from oil

I( V rCok.started county when primary registration Nokomis avenue and Nassau methods of combatting the sum-

la its Setorf.glTialTy books closed last Saturday, only street, by Carl Obendorf was dis- mer mosquito nuisance will be

172 were registered as Republi- closed this week. Consideration discussed at the conference. ALL TYPES OF
11 from cans-169 white and three colored. involved was not revealed. It was

t,, O.4,' but 4 a resident offed There were 8,533 white and 462 purchased from C. L. McKaig, Original capital of New York Tractor Work

s ili I i for the past 21 years, it in colored Democrats, reported Sarasota attorney.
state the town of
was Kingston.
i of the new factory,, under County Registration Supervisor W. Obendorf has owned and oper- Disking, Plowing,

HIo O jQl'ement: with George.,!,-A. T. Dixon. ated the cleaning establishment in Scooping, Grading,

r, owner of the Venice Lum- Dixon said 1,176 registrationswere that location for the past nine Leveling
Tamlaml Trail
3. added this year to the pri- years and plans now to convertthe BrushJ.
iiti 1 Mlle North of Venice Clearing Heavy
woodworking''I. ; al- mary books. stuccoed masonry structure

have been'installed In a Into a two-story building. It is 16 NOKOMISLODGE C. PRATTP.

o p,building to! the lumber yard, Higel Plant Now by 120 feet in size, running clear .
O Box 101 Phone
ve more ail on the way. Theit through from Venice avenue to
Nokomis, Fla. Venice 2872 Nokomis Venice 3418
plant .tat :tbout 1,200 I Has Ample Stock the alley.

i feet of floor pace and will Of Concrete Blocks
about 2,600 square feet when INSTALLS SCREENS

101R'P need addition ,.. constructed Having swung Into full-time Installation of screen doors on

operation, the Higel Bros. Con- all entrances and exits of the Gulf

wn baa been In precision crete Products plant on Seaboard theatre was completed this week.

: 'Y f for most of Us life.. includ- avenue, Venice, now has an ample The screening Is part of the gen

10 yean in mlDwork: and stock of concrete building blocksof eral renovation of the entire thea-
)Q!)jj Wr cater, he sayi. "to the all types and sizes on hand for tre now being made by the new

trade" immediate delivery, it was announced manager, Barry Wimbish.
ell make anything wood" yesterday by the owners,

- iclared,."large or small; cabi- ,Clyde V. and George W Higel. Samuel F, B. Morse sent the

"Vork; frames,'Jambs, casings, Blocks already have been fur- first telegraphic news of a presi- 1E1't!

y hugs, ban yes, sir, anything nished for buildings being con-
dential Inauguration, when Presi-
ood." | structed by L. H. Kaskell, General -
dent Polk assumed office In
L. H. Miller, whose new homeIs
ATTEND CONVICTION being erected on West Granada

jn Lanier and+,Murray Ben-
- avenue; E. M. Phillippi of Trea-
Venice druggistaleft last f ate.
sure Island, and Dr. S. G. Corson,
Uy night tot Miami to at- ReElectM.
t i I a three-day: convention of the who Is building a Nokomis bay-
1.1"'da State Pharmaceutical as- front residence. BRING DOLLARS

Uon. The,convention first to I

:s leld by Association since Train and BusSchedules INTO YOUR STORE!

war started ends today.. I' COUSINSCOUNTY

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GONDOLIERTide I SEABOARD RAILWAY Circulating throughout the Venice-

Phone 1541 Nokomis Osprey Laurel Englewood
Leave Northbound _10:80 am
,Tables Arrive ..........._............................... .:.0 p.m.
TAMIAMI TRAILWAVS districts, The Gondolier offers advertisers -
Hoc'i Hob Golf Was are so tin Phone 2001
r iM", due to wind, shallow water Northbound Southbound COMMISSIONER"He a moat effective medium to place
A other factor* that no guaranteebe 1230 amI .
mad us to the aocuracy of the 20 am. i 25 a.m.
urine Ubtoa. However" they should 6:20 a.m. 7:30: a.m. their messages before residents of this
rfpproalnavtely rlcktc.utTUf beenwpartment t:20 a.m. 10.IS a.m.
=--roe Prose"Tt4.the GftIclal Tables' 11shermen'emfaded of (From Englewood) 12:01 11:00:: a.m.p.m. is doing a good job fast-growing section of Florida's Gulf
""," that tke uet..oa are
11 20 I CO
: a m p.m.
about Venice a Inlet kU and hour they late..should for points fig. 12:65 p,m. 4 16 p.m. and deserves to be con- Coast. Let The Gondolier help you in-
ward 01V.aln tar. 1:60: p.m, (To Englewood)
VINCI INLY Tr 1:20: p.m. tinued in office." crease sales.Venice,
tf .H lt Low f.O: p.m. 4.40 pmT your
& :20 p.m. ".30 p.m.
I ra.AfrII..t. l 11 o.... 1:24: a.m. 11:18 p.m. 7 10 p.m.
I AprUM .... .:11..... I17a,m. 8:15 pm GondolierPublished
TUp.in.104a.m. (Clip this out for future reference) '
Apr. IT .. .js s.... I'.M p mHI (Political AdvertisementPaid
: p,m I OS P. m. Every Wednesday
for Friends
Apr. SI It.00 a.... 1:1t a,m.0:60p.m.16ep.m.. by ) Office In Nestlewood Gift Shop
k, Apr. I. 10:21: a.m. flf: a.mII .
:01 p..... I:41 p,m
- e., Apr. 10 i.10:...... 44Sam.
Dorothy Fields postmaster
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Mar 1 11'01...sae 14:f: :
11: a.m. '.I'p.m. INCOMING MAIL
8 a.m. 1 p.m.
Sunday 12 noon
McCARTER I 45 a.m. 3:45: p.m.
Sunday 1'SO p.m.
Windows open: Parcel post and
aDd tamps lam. to t p,m.; money Announcing
order, lam. to 6:80 p.m. Saturdays .
HYDERGARAGE all windows, I a.m. to 11:30

f :! SCHEDULEHarry
Ate"and Boat Green, postmaster

11)0 p.m.OUTGOING .
MAIL Grocery
I 15 p.m.
(F 0 Garage) Post office open 110: a.m. to I p m.regressive .

"A Big Store In A Little Town,

Progressively Constructive
r Serving The People All Around"




V MAINTENANCE W. G. Stubbs ? "

Fred J. Krull Englewoodrt

"In taking over the management
"In expressing my sincere ap> of the Nokomis Grocery, I'd r
rt Garage preelatlon for your patronage In like to assure old customer of the .
r the past, may I ask that you eon store that w* will endeavor, too
tlnue' favor the Nokomis Grocery -
the best of
our ability, to continue -
with your trad*. I am sure
to offer the tame fine courteous
,/ NOW OPEN you will "bt well served by Mr. service given In the past by
j, Johnston. Mr. Stubbs"



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