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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: May 1, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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)ER: common with voters throughout Florida, citizens of Ven- AIR FIELD PEPPER ADVISESTemporary

ice and vicinity next Tuesday will march to the polls to cast ,
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]hIJI1t, Ykoml 'i ballots in the May 7 primary election.
of Venice- right-of-entry to Venice Army Air Field has
\ppolntma J a
1 i Candidates for Democratic nomination to various offices
for the been the of Venice marking a major step for-
A ter granted city ,
will this
I II appear Friday night at 8 o'clock in the Venice-Nokomis
I 6 ;'afeh natletit181. ) tarponrbf high school at a rally sponsored by the Sarasota County Demo- ward in the municipality's plans to take over all or at least

.to* Sarasota cratic executive committee. part of the huge $3,000,000 air base, it was revealed this week

aa.\y; AWprf club: ,to run While the races for state's attorney and the state senate are by County Commissioner M. Cousins, acting chairman of the
IS : 1 is council-Chamber of Commerce air field committee.
to
>m May August attracting considerable interest here, major attention is being joint city
made within the:1ew' Although neither city officialsnor I
L focused on the District 3 county commissioner fight, in which
day*. He will be sta- Phillips H. Mallory of Noko-
five men are contesting for the Democratic nomination, or at
t t JSrtdy.ctocks one mis, who is acting as custodianof FISHING TACKLE
71(1 'p least a place in the runoffs.M. .
'l'"aD\iari Trail in Nokornisto.bairte the field for the Army engi-
Cousins, Venetian who was appointed to the county com-
r Jecleiot) ,. an assistant missioner post he now holds, is being opposed by W. L. "Bill" neers, had received formal notifi-
Ighmaster here was made last cation up to late Monday night of DRIVE STARTEDA
Woodard of Laurel, T. M. Wrede o< Nokomis and George Higel
l:dnewUjr night by directors of and Alexander Murphy of Venice. the granting of temporary right-

Ani!,"' cjub. meeting io SaraIa of-entry, Cousins last Saturday
All five men are slated to appear at the rally Friday night,
campaign to collect new and
( Chief welghmaster will be received a telegram from Senator
although Murphy may not be able to be present. He has been used fishing tackle for convalescing -
itloned ai the fiaraaota municl1(1 Claude Pepper advising him the
conducting his campaign under a considerable handicap during in MacDill Field and
men Bay
lUll I pier "War Assets (Corporation) is today -
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these closing days, having been confined to bed since a week Pines Army hospitals will be the
chief of
'Oreat convenience' authorizing engineersto
ago yesterday with a leg infection. first service members of the
major
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"As majority the tarpon issue City of Venice interim
thf ; of
Also of major interest here Is the race for the county school newly organized Novel post of the
hlng Airing the filet five weeks permit for operation of Venice
board post'being relinquished by George Mitchell of Venice. W. American Legion will be asked to
: the > done off Army Air Field.
: ;)twirtttnent P. Hayes and B. E. Bowen seek the District 3 position. perform.
. mice, the: Venice .weignmasterII Peterson Telegram
This announced
was yesterdayby
be Ii (treat> convenience\ to the Earlier, Congressman J. Hardin
Ralph G. Simpson, temporary
mpetttonv said Bob flewhall, Peterson of this district wired
Keglers Start Play In Summer commander of the new post, which
esldent of ih:Anglers\ club. "We Cousins:
will meet tomorrow night at 8:30: r
felcome the participation of Venn "We have taken up issuance of

t II 1114 Nokomis and look forCe League On Bowlakade AlleysPlay interim permit with airport division in Mrs.Community Charles hall McG.here.Roberts of

lufd >> !some great tarpon fishing of War Assets Corporation. Nokomis leader in Sarasota
a
Venice waters. in the first half of the Venice Bowlakade's 1946 summer They advised they will expedite
earlier
county Red Cross activities,
Representative anglers, fishing league, to run for seven weeks with eight teams entered, got under matter. They advised equipment this week announced that the Red

tides, and business men of No- way here last night. ( which is necessary for operationof Cross Camp and Hospital divisions

mis and Venice, at meeting Four teams will meet each Tuesday night and four will bowl airport will not be moved" sponsoring the drive to collect

al pril 24, decided to participate in each Thursday night, with matches starting at 8 p. m. Complete sche- Mallory said that as soon as he fishing tackle for the hospitalized

id support the Sarasota County dule of the first half play appearson I receives formal notification, Venice veterans. Simpson, on behalf of
I
nglers club 1949 International Page 3 of this week's issueof city officials will be welcometo the local post, immediately prom-

upon Tournament,i They first The Gondolier. Junior C. of C. come to the field to make an ised full co-operation in the ef-
msidered the possibilities of re- Sponsors of the five-man teams inventory of all the buildings and fort.

ving the Venice-Nokomis Tar- are as follows: Venice Food Shop ReorganizationMeeting grounds to assist them in deciding Anyone having tackle to donateIs

>\Derby of pre-war years, and Fishermen (Ben Dunn), Higel's what part, if not all, of the air asked to leave it at Carl Oben-

1 agreed \\ was not feasible this Appliances Venice Nokomis PlannedWith base the city would like to take I dorf's Venetian Cleaners office on

tar, according to Walter B. Shee- Bank, Venice Laundry, Lanier's over. He promised "full and com- : West Venice avenue, or give it to

an,* secretary of the Chamber of Rexall Drug Store, Venice Bap- all business and professional plete co-operation". any member of Novel post, before

ommerce, who' acted as secrecy tist Church and Venice-Nokomis men of Venice between Gratified May 15"The: .

of the meeting. Methodist church. the ages of 21 and 35 Invited Cousins expressed gratification' convalescing men will wel-

To Enlarge Docks Women's League to attend, a reorganization over the quick action that followed come any fishing equipment they

After conferring with E. O. Meanwhile, plans are under way meeting of the Venice Junior the city council's recent "rightofentry" I, can get," Mrs. Roberts declared,

rady, RobertS' .' Baynard said for formation of a women's league Chamber of Commerce will request, pointing out "no' matter in what condition it is."
it announced by George be held at 8 p. m. next FridayIn
ut the docks would be repairedad was that now there will not be any

enlarged,to accommodate 10 Botts, manager of the local al- the senior C. of C. building, wholesale disposal of air field Mrs. Bowden Named

ulde boats In addition to the fish- lays.Two Venice avenue and Tamlaml property before the city has an opportunity -
women's teams, "Betty's Trail. Service
boats the to decide whether it Community
ig ordinarily using
Bowlers" and "Ruth's Trailer- Frank Raeburn, past president .
wants to take over all or part of
ocks. It was pointed out that this
Mould take care of visiting guide ettes," already are in the midst ofa of the Junior C. of C., slid the base. Club PresidentMrs.

red-hot keglmg feud. The for- plans for future activities of Cousins and Richard H. Ged-
oats In addition to those local
of H. S. Bowden this weekIs
mer five-girl squad won all three the group will be diicueied. ney, local real estate man who
tildes, of the Com-
the new president
games of their match last Thurs- also is a member of the joint cityC. -
1 The ,i Venlce-Nokomis group munity Service club, having been
day night, defeating the Trailer- of C. committee to '
Goods plan con-
161 Sporting
'lIIfclent: money named to succeed Mrs. R. S. Tilleyin
ettes 1709: to 1559.: : tinue their investigation into what
PII7': (of the local that post at the organization'sannual
to Shee- In a return match Monday Store Opens Soon feasible uses can be made of the election dinner-meeting atDuke's

night, the Trailerettes turned the 1,236-acre base. Col. Vincent B.
Grill in Nokomis last
nM sum of at Although parties involved are
tables, winning two out of three Dixon, regular chairman of the
d Thursday evening. Thirty-two
the gen- not making known details, for
games to triumph, 1508: to 1488. committee, is out of town on a
members from Venice Nokomisand
the Angler't various reasons, at this time, num- ,
.., The scores of Monday night's business trip.
.", erous business and property transfer Laurel, were present.
games: In addition to use as a munici- Mrs. R. V. Massey was chosen
at the deals are currently being madein
Ste.. M. L\lok n BOWLERS. U the Venice area. pal airport, the Chamber of Com- vice-president, succeeding Mrs.
were:
H. Volkert 121 81 195B merce board of directors recently -
Helga Roess-Slede and Mrs. A. L.
tchell, Rob- Ringo 102 173 99 174 Opening of a sporting goods ,
I,. Nelson 19 116 89 t74 store in the McKay building on pointed out to the city councilin Blalock was elected secretary-
Gold, B. M. Maier ,__.. ._. '8 75 87 230 a resolution that "bene-
_._ the formal treasurer, replacing Mrs. Eugene
burn Sam B. Nelson 104 B8 112 115 West Venice avenue, opposite
ficial public use" could be madeof
is within Maier.
Sheehan.XAt 434 (84 470 1488 Gulf theatre, planned a
TRAILt.Rf.TTES few days by Pat L. Haynes, who the land and Improvements at Mrs. H. L. Mundy was appointed -
H William ._.... 119 78 88 26SM
Adorjan _.??_..., 88 124 101 113 has been a .civilian employee at VAAF for such things as "a mu- program chairman for the com-
A. Lumlejr _. _. 66 73 79 218 nicipal trailer park, public high Mrs. Hal Adams wel-
V. Ponder ?........." .' 67 87 130 814 Venice Army Air Field for some ing year, ,
Slede, Venice R. Kuykcndall a.._ .. 134 131 132 198 time and, is well-known here. school, public'ball park and recre- fare chairman, and Mrs. Vincent ,

tomorrow on (04 491 610 1506 Haynes leased the store through ation area, and use of water and Dixon, membership chairman. :

will fly to High game, 173, Evelyn Ringo; Finn Caspersen, local real estate sanitary sewer system and other An informal meeting of the club

eon- Stellos H. high series, 398, Ruth Kuykendall. man, and already is moving in utilities." will be held May 16, Mrs. Bowden

d the wedinlaw's The two teams plan to play the fixtures and part of his stock. City of 10,000 announced, with the exact time

sisas "rubber match" to settle supremacy Announcement of at least one, Major Charles Curtis, VAAF and place to be decided upon in a g

at Hearne, at the Bowlakade next Friday and possibly two, major deals post engineer, recently stated the few days. At the meeting, plans "

g here next night at 8 o'clock.In which will prove of widespread sewage disposal plant there could for the coming year's activities will

another special match, evidencing Interest here will be made, It is take care of the needs of a city be discussed. ..

the keen Interest that has expected, in next week's Gondolier of 10,000 with only relatively

IN sprung up on the local alleys, the minor adjustments. However, C. SALE ANNOUNCEDSale

who has beenapical Bowlakaders" last Sunday aft- K. S. Dodd, Sarasotan who is con- of bayfront property at

Cocktail ernoon won two out of three BACK.TO VENICEMr. sulting engineer for the City of Laurel Shores, including a seven-

on with aplast games from "Wynne's Marauders," and Mrs. J. E. Bartlett, former Venice, has informed the councilhis room home, by Ralph R. Reederto

week-end but dropped the "total pins" com- Venetians" who have, been recommendation would be that Harry Gelsslnger was announced -

his home up petition by six pins. The Marau- making their home at the Hotel an entirely new sewage disposal this week. The transaction was

The Gon- ders knocked over 1907 pins to the Orange Blossom In Sarasota In recent plant be constructed, preferably handled through the H. N. Wim-

to obtain de- Bowlakaders' 1901.Continued months, this week returnedto along the southern shore of Venice mers real estate office by FrankJ.

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GONDOLIER horse, when we were on bam, now In !ibe
VENICE cow or a Becomes Bride Of five t.
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We knew all dogs occasionally the :!
Samar. .IoC"t.
"I do not agree wih a word you say, but I will eat grass, sort of as a Harry S. BuxbaumIn tlon:Vise Was a Na" '

"., dc tnid: with my life your right to say it-VOLTAIRE medicine, but Tojo refused normal afterI a quiet ceremony performedat ficer Cain was $
while e
i office, in Ne.tlewood Gift dog food for quite a In Sara- \1.
Editorial Martha's rectory
Wednesday. St.
kc.very in Tokyo.
; MB. him up that day ---.J
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Shop, West Venice Avenue, Venice Florida. Venice 2673. wouldn't eat sota last Sunday morning, with Throughout
naturally !J
+ t ratesOne year, $2.50; three months. $1. Classified Ho just delicacies we'doffer Father C. L. Elslander officiating, ceremonial II''1
t Subscription other dog dunce
word, first 20 words; 1 cent per word for meat or Mary Patricia Cain, daughter e
+f advertising rate: 2 cents per him. He actually preferred Miss many Indian w\ I
each additional word. hunch that's allhe'd of Mrs Philip M. Cain of icon -
I have a
grass. Venice Inlet and South Dartmouth,
I MEMBER ever had a chance to eat in --.....
n the bride of
Mass. became Harry
I, FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIONNAnCWALEDHQRIALASSOCIAHON Japan. He got over it, gradually, of Mrs.
S Buxbaum, son Harry
j but he's actually even eaten some
of Lawrence
II. Buxbaum Long
couple of times since we
grass arrived a in Venice." Island, N. Y. Both mothers wit- GUI
the rites.
nessed
CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ..... .. .......*__..._..-.... Editor and Publisher e s A reception was given for the
doesn't look like "Ameri-
'" That's why it Tojo bridal party, after the ceremony,
district of the city. Waters frankly confesseshe
\ I Waters felt his ,an dogs. at the Hotel Sarasota by thebride' THEIIVENia
MULLIGAN't was odd, the way doesn't know what breed or
still burning mother, following which :
!attention drawn to a breeds his pet belongs to, "al-
left for
the newlyweds Washington
have long
dog pen. In Japan, dogs who's a dog expert
fellow
moie-or-less staple article though: : one D. C., with planned stopovers era Off,.. 0001
[been a I F".I- Show
{ told me he's an 'African at St. Augustine and at Sea 1n"
:t of food, Waters had been told, and Sec one show 1u71, 1i

, ,. I there was no particular reason for banji' I guess that's how you Island, Ga. MATINEE I.. -

t< ( him to stare at the dozen or so spell it and that there are only Ellen Rosemary Cain, sister of Box Show other Steot' 0001 ;
the bride maid of honor while
was ,
canines near the pen. The city four dogs of that breed known to -
I dog and Robert Tigner of Lawrence, uncleof WEDNESDAY 1'.
full of burning pens
was I don't know,
be in this country May 13
the served as best man.
groom
by the cataclysmic -
dogs: driven half-crazy
All I know that he's "THAT NIC1T Mil I
is
' events of the last few though.: The marriage marked the culmination .

, dajs Still, Waters stopped and the smartest dog I've ever come in of a romance that began You

stared. Stared at one eddish- contact with, even if he does liketo when both bride and groom were Fr nchot Tone u,. "
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orown pup whose hair was half- eat grass." FRIDAY 4U-, ;

f singed from its body Stared at '

T)1,()", and then suddenly, movedby "FOLLoVWONU:TI.
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some strange impulse; ran over VENICE POST OFFICE NOW! !1'

,. .' and picked the whimpering I SCHEDULE INI'I im Gi'iii .I. "t

frightened pup up Mrs IVMhy Fields, postmaster .
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INCOMING MAIL
; Bc;. re 'aur..m.ijf ..'o that tale That was almost nine months "1 m 1 pm, "YOU CAME

: The Dog That Gi zed Like A ago and since then "Tojo", now OUTGOING Sunday, K noin MAIL Editorial' and Business Rcse.t C.Don .. t
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cowwe pro' H i s j last; week ;i, about a year old, has been Watt (5am. 145pm: Office Is Located 'In ETUES. TIW
Sunday, t "0 i
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,II lIe tl.oiii.1jui : "sht :.ke to have rs' constant companion; traveling Window open. rarest. putt and woo
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" Nokomis: the where stamps. I a m. t.. ( p m.; money May 7
a prosie i s pun: on n.a- to Philippines, a I NetUewood Gift j
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fii r, I i m 10> I ) p m Mttur- Shop "BECAUSEDeanna a
.A' dud" will ads m the Sarasota I i kindly veterinarian helped make Inn, all wlnikwit lam. ti, 112.30pm
West Venice Ave. Venice
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rt Herald-Tribune Last ad we saw !;[him as healthy a dog as ever : : Charles Lauahton.,;

4 ran thusly: "Notice to the Public I growled at a strange cat; going ENGLEWOOD -

'f and :Motorcycle Riders" and through that infamous Okinawa SCHEDULEll.irr !

./.. we rtden Seem* you all got disappointed typhoon and getting so seasick heI Ort-n. I.tmultrINCOMING /

by me speaking for my didn't care if he never saw a tree I MAIL WANTED
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light and will admit you all having again: reaching a land they call pmOUTGOING MAIL

license to mn In a Civilized; j I ed "the States," where queer dogs U |I' m.it Used Furniture of All Types 410
j manner and not to UK the road by outnumbered him, but never cowed p offb e open 110 a,m. to 5 p in.

rny home ai a race track and practice him; at last being discharged" : Highest Prices Paid ,3

t round with all valves pop ,, from the Navy with his master, For Sale ..
,f" wide open disturbing laboring people I who was warned by the doctors i
Al:' from their rest at all hours. to stay out of diving suits and 150! CHARTER BOAT Desks Filing Cabinets Tanks Work Bern "
I Biy and Deep Sea Fishing Cans Cupboards Shelving
rr Anything else you all want to I feet or more water-depths for awhile or Sightseeing Trips Garbage Furniture Some Lumber

know consult the law and they I Yes, they've been virtually I Boat Docked at Brady' 3

\ will advise you all to none people' inseparable, as they are around Fisheries, Nokomis C/o Club La Tonda Those J McNeil .II

\ ;II way from theIr homes If you alls Venice, where Waters has been Lord Roberts Venice 2993 Box 245, Venice IBNC,

1 have been and are now' ,'f
doing. visiting his brother-in-law, Ken I' -- \

.. .I have. been. Wonder"NOT,t that shouldn't Higel,' the appliance man : ..........i..f.H.4"-H.H.j.j ,.. . . . . .. ..........f....'.' ,
to noise people Onlv) there was a stretch when I
J awa>'"? Ah. well, we get hs, general wasn't so sure of Tojo's constan-

'\.' a idea He doesn like motorcycles c>'," Waters laughed "We had a I

I.' ""'jlh valves pop wide Jjp cook aboard coming back to''I
ROSE
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Ii ; uptn" I I the States and Tojo who only nowis

. ( really beginning to comprehend I

. Tokyo was in flame that morn. !]: English: just loved that cook, Veteran of World War II
; ing a couple of days after V-J Day I who'd jabber at him in Japanese a

( ,,. .It:' when Petty Officer Fred E. Waters 1{mile a minute whenever they were

Navy diver off the U. S. S. together." .
..11 Okala" a salvage! ship, went .

i I: .', ashoie Fires were smoldering and "But how about that grazing FOR

f\ "I tlen flaring into new life all business you mentioned?" we ask

't't i around ai Waters and his com. ed Waters after he had told usTojo'a !

':'\IV,I panions picked their way along the story "Oh, that," he laugh

t'f (. rubble-strewn streets of the beach ed. "Ever>'body got a big kick out y
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TUESDAY, MAY 7 THURSDAY, MAY 9
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Venice Laundry v*. Baptists

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THURSDAY, MAY 23
Food Shop vi. Baptists
VENICE: Hlgel'i Appliance v*. Venice Venice.Nokomls Bank vs.
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Methodists vi. Lanler'i Drugs
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If Venice Food Shop v*
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'race lMurpht H. P. Kuykendall Fishermen vs. Venice Laundry
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evils Bionetb : Frank' Roebuck Food Shop vi. THURSDAY, JUNE 6
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I Believe It or not, 83 telephone I Local Sccuts Win Engraving and Printing during the I 4. A. .
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( F subscribers In Boca Grande petitioned Hcncrs: at Sarasota fiscal year ending June 30, 1945Po
Re-Elect the Florida Railroad Com-!!District Craft Meet used approximately 1,000 or I S I.
recently asking that the L r1'
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25 carloads, of paper In printing
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\ j telephone company be permittedto Having made a fine showing in bond 1.
\ \. ,. raise its rates so it could give last Friday nights SarasotaVenice I !1bat.
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J l 'M. 'better ten'Ice. district craft meet at Payne pop'
; ALL TYPES OFTractor ta'oKlt tmbl
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COUSINSf In 1922, there were 260,000 Venice Boy Scout Troop 28 this Work !
;;t j 'homes in the United States with week are preparing for the Sunny-
''' radio sets; In 1945. 34000,000 land Council craft meet to beheld Disking, Plowing r
.f I homes had one or more radios. I at Punta Gorda in about two A :
COUNTY Scooping, Grading, uckisounti
weeks 2u.J.. ,
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Leveling ,:
WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETTE At Sarasota, Buddy Ridenourand + j
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James Franklin of Troop 28 Clearing Heavy Brush STATI1i:11 _
won first place in tent pitching, C ;MALT
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J I second J. C. PRATT Phon
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Mickey Keys
P' "He is doing a good job r' 54....: I
: place in the "dress and undress'eent P. O. Box 101 Phone TOUR.,._
+ : Raymond Edge was thirdin Nokomis Venice 8411 I Ir" 'I
and deserves to be continued let Cream -
I ee Sodas fire by flint and steel";; Donald ,. .
t \. in office." v and Thomas and Webb Chenault ,
Sundaes were third in archer.; Raymond -
;: I Edge was third in knot tying, and ARCADE BARBER SHOT
I third in attendance. Arcade Building Mmi,,
I iPo .t"a" Adllrt'lt"e.tI' Breakfasts the troop was ?
Paid' te" by Friend. ) Lunches In addition to those mentioned VENICE a ..tot,.

I' Dinners previously, Donald Thomas, Dougas ..... ......-.... ..... U.N..t.I....
: Murciock and David Stinson
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II .:' : Chenault accompanied the bo>'s.
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ported in Its last weekly business Gulf Theatre To

review, which stated: .1 CHURCH

"Leading the list of 'back home', Continue Having

states are, in order, Georgia, Ala-:' Two Shows NightlyPolicy DIRECTORYFIRST

) h bama, New York, Pennsylvania,
tryteeato
tha South Carolina, Ohio, Illinois, of having two complete

,+ re- North Carolina, Tennessee, Indi- shows nightly will be continuedat BAPTIST CHURCH A TRANSPARENT

the 'FloridaFba ana, Michigan, Massachusetts, the Gulf theatre, it was announced Nassau It Miami' Avenue PLASTIC COATI'NJGT
Dlber of Conimerce re- and New Jersey. Venice
Kentucky this week by Barry D. Campbell Crawford, Pastor
"The final report of the sev- Wimbish, manager. The first show 10 a.m. Bible Clam

ron SALE enth'state census places Florida's will start at 7:15 p, m. and the "11.30 a.m.p.m.Morning B.Y.P.U.service

uck and Top Soil population in 1941 at 2,250,061, an second show about 8:45: p. m each 7.30 p.m. Evening aervlce GIVES NEW LIFE
Wednesday ':3U pm, Midweek
\ Tasted fcv'oimty 18.6 per cent increase over the night. I prayer aervlce TO YOUR FLOORSWOODWORK j>

Agriculture Ant 1940 population, federal census." Only exceptions will be when (
1. ? Dirt CHURCH OF GOD xy
the main feature is exceptionally
Venice Avenue
WALTER WHKLemftrir There are 6,000,000 auto radiosIn Venice AND VO
$5 long. In such cases, Wimbish said,
Phon
I V.n/N.11.: the United States. there will be one show, starting 10 a.m.Rev C.Sunday D. Jernlgan School Pastor FURNITUREWIDE T

'tI' li'Itny ",...... oo<... at 8 p. m. This will be the case Ham. reaching
+ + 7 30 p.m. Preaching.Thursday Easy and
to apply quick to
W '':t..IN} t *.;' on May 21, 22 and 23, when "They 7 30 p.m., Young People'sService.
'WATERFRONT PROPERTY Were Expendable," will be shown, dry. Gives a high-gloss,

'I'" ,,' '" I and on May 26 and 27, when VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCHGulf smooth, protective finish to

r; .OUR:,,SPECIALTY : Rhapifody in Blue" will be the I Theatre, Venice Avenue floors, woodwork and fur
1:> feature picture. Venice niture that does not chip
RICHARD GEDNEY : Rev. C. U blslander, Pastor
t In the state of California, nat- 8 30 a.m. Mats or crack. Easy to clean.Nonskid. .

Resident Manager ional forest areas total 24,761,504 sT. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH .
acres. Riviera St. and Palermo Place ifffl Requires noN
GiU-McCulley Inc. : Venetla Park
TV Leonard Btrykcr Rector waxing.

Registered REAL ESTATE Brokers ::: Train and BusSchedules 9 Ham 45 am. Sunday Sunday service B..hool rtasj
Tuesday 2 30 p.m., meeting of St
Marks Guild ,
3311A;
eatra Building VENICE Phone

._ ..as.:: .....t.,..,.", ....... .,. ..+. "Z".., .........." SEABOARD Phone 3541Leave RAILWAY VENICE.NOKOMIS METHODIST

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Northbound
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Arrive .......................... ....-............ 6:40 p.m. Bay Point, Nokomis
TAMIAMI TRAILWAYS F. A. bhlpley, Minister
Phone 2651 10 a m Sunday School
Higel Bros. Concrete Products :Northbound Southbound Ham. Morning Worship
12:30 a.m. 7 pm. Young Fellowship! Group.
>:20 a m. I:25 a.m. 7 30 p.m. Evening Service, CHOICE OF COLORS
LOW HAVE AVAILABLE' FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 6:20: a,m. T:30 a m. Wednesday 7 80 p.m., Mid-week
10 IS : prayer and lung service
':20 a m : a.m.
RADE A CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS from Englewood) 1100am. VENICELUMBER
12:01 p.m. OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCHRev
11:20 a.m. t:00 p.m. Henry Johnson PastorID
xtxlt, Regular and Corner
; 12:55 p.m. .:16 p.m. CO.
8x$x1 Lintel Partition, Half-Block, or Any Other 2 1::60 20 p.m. (To Englewood) Morning a. m.service Sunday: 6 p School m. B.: 11 T. a U.I m.7p.

Size or Type Blocks to Suit 4 40 p.m.p.m. 4 40 p,mT i. m. Evening service, Wednesday T East Venice Ave. Phone 2632
p. m., prayer meeting
Your Desires :20 p m 11:18 p.m. 7 30 p.m. I
board Avenue Phone ':IS p.m.I .
VENICE VENICE 2151 (Clip this out for future reference) 1 ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC "II
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I S2S Laurel St, Sarasota 519 Harbor Dr. Venice I

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CLASSIFIEDADS

HECK Y-OUR PLUMBING I
For the Comfort and Protection of Our Patrons, the
VENICE (2o a word first ID words, to each
Have Your additional' word. Minimum charge,
He Cain with Ad. Special rates PALM BEAUTY SHOP
for more than ens Insertion of the
PLUMBING Septic TanksSHOP' same .d.)

Has Been "Mosquito-Proofed" With
Cleaned WANTED
Famous UX-400, high potency DDT
Before the Rains WANTED TO RENT a room and
c. w. KNIY piano few hour. a week. Alpha Formula That Controls Mosquitoes and Other

J. 1,."HATCHIR Come Institute, Venice. Insects For Up to 6 Months

Venlce Not TO BUY OR RENT for next seasonThree .
Operators
FREE ESTIMATES
-bedroom furnished home In
PROMPT.SERVICE nice neighborhood In Venice Please Mrs Fred Nelson Venice 2971 Owner
give location and price of house or Mre A. L. Blalock Mrs. Helga Roeit-Sled*
rental Private family Write Imme.
diately Box A..Venice Gondolier.

BABY BUGGY-.ullabl. for small

HACKER AND VAN GILDER poet baby otllce.o Mr.. A. Murphy at Venice PAINTING DECORATING

FOR SALE GUARANTEED
FUNERAL DIRECTORS {

OM SINGLE; MAPLE bed Simmons
Ambulance Service springs and felt mattress; one maple WORKMANSHIP
bedside table L. E. Parrlsh, Gro\e
land avenue Venice 1
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BICYCLE woman'. pre-war Co.
Day or NightNorth lunlbla bicycle, $35. Venice 412.

NOTICESIF

Orange Ave. Phone Sarasota 2061 E. B. THOMAS
SARASOTA YOU ARE having septic tank
trouble try KINO OF ALL, septic s P. O. Box 87
"Serving Saraaota; County For More Than 30 Ye are" tank and drain cleaner. L. E. Parrish,
wt'land avenue phone Venice 2843 VENICE
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NOKOMIS LODGE
DINING ROOM
Week Days
Luncheon Dinner
PALMGRILL 12 to 2 p. m. S to I p. m.
Sunday Dinner
12 to 2 p. m. 1 to I p. m. IFYou
Closed Mondays


"Quality Food Plus

Efficient Service"Open
COSBYAPARTMENTS
do not know me, I invite your personal

IIOaA laml Trail 7 A. M. to 2 P. M.
6 P. M. to 7:30 P. M. interview for
to qualification
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Cool Clean Modern

Three Rooms

3/2 Blocks Gulf Beach County CommissionerDISTRICT

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VOTE FOR Be sure your vote goes to one who is quali-
TO THE ACTION OF THE 2

TIC PARTY PRIMARY MAY 7TH, 1946 TEE MOORB"DIO fied and is willing to exercise such if elected.
-PO"

,r a citizen of Venice for 21 year, withIxp.rl.nc. RAILROAD COMMISSIONER Your vote and support will be appreciatedMay x
In similar work to that of ,a e,
omrnleelon. ::;A TO 0006 3000E111 t4 7th.Tirff.

air, progressive and Impartial admlnlt* HON. .. B. MATT1twagdk&
tected. ( f )s snawl'fMOORL
and Support Will Ba Sincerely'
FOR 1J1.FLORI .
<'-" REDS
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Alexander Murphy .
MAKE ALL nOOD ''I
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BOWLAKADIRS' BIG DAI
bay,maintaining such action would J Franklin 130 ; JIP 4
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in the long run be the city'i best t:. K.n 117 3(1 I
bet I I' &? -, .=1 1"0 119 J40
1 J' Cousins and Gedney hope to o Chandkr 1M '*' '11: 412111>>,' i

have a preliminary report ready dos 636 1191901 WEDNESDAY THURSDAY, FRIDAY SAIL
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for the city council at its next MARAUDERS
next Tuesday J. Landis .. .. 61 137 tae( ""8 ,
regular meeting = 361
T. Nlyr. III 131 11 MAY 1,2,3,4
.. nIGht. S. M: 'I'"J m 11.* HI 678 vk
9 I Refinancing of the cit>"'s water J, C. Sl"eth Hi W 1" a ,. s
and sewage program also is elated SPO 69, : M i"i': I
? to come up next Tuesday nightat High gaire 169, and high series, i I''
the council meeting, Ba>'nard I .
473. J C Biorseth. ANNUAL A fi .J1'
Bros. two weeks ago having adifed ''
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\ the council "we are ready to
go ahead with the water and sew proceed Eavnard Bros advised 1 SAI It t \., t

age flnanein,," If the New York ""e are able to finance it our- Y
firm now holding the bonds won't sehes" aeaI1

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t', VOTE FOR Items For The Price Of One r.
7y. I 1 Buy Two Plus 1 lc L.

W. L. (BILL) WOODARDfor
Reg. 49c Puretett Bot. of 100 Reg. etc Mi 11 Ant'leptlCSOLUTION. EMdrive

t ASPIRIN, 2 for 50c 2 for
t: t t.1finance
COUNTY COMMISSIONER '\
'\ .. 1 Reg. 6Se Re aCOLD Theatric! (Plui Tax) Reg. We KlenzoSHAMPOO

.' f DISTRICT 3'1 CREAM, 2 for 86cReg. 2 for y Scout
.the City"uuDd1
4" I' 19e Klenzo Pkg. of t Reg. 100 Medford WritingTABLETS
Advertisement: 1
BLADES 2 for 20cReg. tion of <
H'I I RAZOR 2 for adedby

I -n; baUd abeta
39c Alco-Rex RubbingALCOHOL Full Pt. Reg. SOe, Cascade Linen Pound
is tli

FLY I 2 for 40c PAPER, 2 for oooIctor..JaI'ayor CIO

Reg. 20e Flrttaid AdheuvePLASTERS xmcretel.foot
\t Cruise at 110 MPH. With Safety I BATTERIES bull
2 for lie 2 for
: Spin-Proof ERCOUPE Easy to Fly ect on a
:. I "y council
!' STUDENT INSTRUCTION AIR TAXI SERVICE Reg. 35c Hall's Borated (Plus Tax) Reg. 25e Rexall Centlemin'i

\ J & J AIRCRAFT, INC. BABY TALC, 2 for 36c : TALC, 2 for r IItco1'De1, has tx

t AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS -uncll for
j. p, 0' Box 291 Reg. $1 Lavender (Plus Tax) R.g. t9e Nylon ToolhBRUSHES 1
w VENICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA m& Bath POWDER, 2 for $1.01Reg. 2 f for Dr.T.S

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'f ::.......'......,..............................'.................................................. 25c Rexill Little Bot. of 100 Reg. SOe Rexall HygienicPOWDER oop businctedvb, sal
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Liver Pills, 2 for 26c 2 for ,
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.' JIM PONDER'STwo ;: -jse men
.' .' Reg. 75e Alcohol &.01. Bottle Reg. 20c Zinc OxideOINTMENT ode butor

si' REX-RUB, 2 for 76c 2 E f.-t tvwIbuU..

Reg J5c Pureteit Reg. So Transparent Pocket The dt

1 I i, : I CASTOR OIL, 2 for 26c COMBS, 2 for _-ales,,(CO w


:; Stores'' :.::,' HANDY SHOPPING LISTLANIER'S::001.

t' In Yen. ::' SHAVING NEEDS a MISCELLANEOUS
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On the T.mi.ml Trail
4 I- On West V.nct, Avenue : : Gentlemen' DENTALr.IR'
Mile North cf Nokomis :I Tale 2/26c' Cedar Chest Compo 2/2ec Ant '
Razor Blades, Cocoa Butter Sticks 2/16c AdhesioN
Denture
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f ; JIM PONDER'S JIM PONDER'S ;i Perm, edge, e'l Z/20c Fly Killer 2/26c Tooth Brush, hl'P'
Shaving Lotion, Renll 2/31c Furniture POlllh, Bristled
\ Package Styptic Pencil, KlenlO Z/11c Wood.Brit' 2/2&c sat Mc
Cocktail powder
'1 :: iil; Glass Cleaner 2/26c Tooth Milk Mlgell ors1nl

r .; :: Store Lounge :: STATIONERY Green Tincture Soap of, 2/3&c Tooth PasteMdk. 'ence
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Envelopes Cascade Z/1ec Liquid Floor Wax, Magnesia
:. QUALITY LIQUORS AND PACKAGE STORE :el Ink Graph Z/1&c Floor'Spite 2/&Oc Tooth Paste, Min i, COp

., ............................................................................................ .;...,..:;I Pencil Playing Mechanical Cards, Belmont Z/lec Z/7c Silver. POlllh, Klenlo 1/2&c TDNIt1 doptec)1as1AE:
Stationery Cascade
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BABY NEEDS
Stationery: Beef, Iron a WM rill 13
Lord Baltimore 2/51.01 Baby Talc Sarsaparilla Toni' t tTablet
Medford Writing Z/110 HIli' Berated 2/36c Comp !.BeIII
Baby Oil Antiseptic 2/tl10 Vineland Tonic NtJt'
TOILETRIES Boric Acid Crystals or VISA
Powder 2/180
e Almond Hand Lotion LAXATIVDIOf. I'J
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Z/SOc ,
Bath Powder, BEAUTY AIDS Aga.Rex COMP-11r .'.

,. Lavender Z/S1,01 Cleansing Cream. Cascara om.omt,
Bath Salts Lavender Hinkle)
Z/S1.01 Jasmine l/aeo ( '
Hair oil. Martel'l Z/260 Cocoa Butter Cold Cream 2/a10 Cascara Sagrada.ltLonllan .
t George Z/260 Cold Cream, Jasmine 2/SSo bA'
Higel Talcum Sh.mpoo., Lavender KlenlO 2/e10 Z/26c Cold Vanishing Cream Cream Theatrical, 2/lSo MEDICINE CUIIiI",

I \ Jasmine 2/Sk Adhesive PlastrafVITAMINS I
!! Analgesic Balm
: A. B. D a. G Capsules Z/S1.01 COUGH A COLD NEEDS Antiseptic I SolutiloM
: COUNTY A A D Tablets Aspirin Tablets 1 191 1
COMMISSIONER Ascorbic 2/S1.21 Aspirin Tablets, 100" 1/801 Oit"-'
Acid
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Tablets ACid
Z/&Oo Cold Tablets Special' 2/Zk Boric
Cod
Liver Oil,
H. P. 2/811 Cough Camphorated Oil
Cod Syrups:
Liver
{I } ?' District 3 Halibut Liver Oil Oil Emulsion 2/S1.2& Cherry Bark 1/250 Carbolic Salve
Rexlll"a
2/810
PI. Foot SetCape -
Z/5&o White Pins. Tar 2/11
Thl.m I n Chloride Compo
Powder
Rhinltl Tablets 2/250 Foot
Tabs S mg Add
Z/7&o Throat Gargle 2/250 Cosmetics -

Your Vote and Support


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