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 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: May 8, 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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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00013
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD
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n Cousins Leads Higel by One Vote in BRADY NAMED



Fight for Second Place in County LOCAL TARPON


Commissioner Race Run-off May 28

ISMffiDHERE WEIGHMASTERE.

r j''*** W. L. "Bill" Woodard of Laurel,
with 180 votes, topped the field of
""\ drive to obtain $600 more T ELECTION RETURNS five candidates running for Democratic O. Brady of Nokomis was

finance construction of a nomination for Sarasota appointed official Venice-No-

y Scout ,Troop 28 building county commissioner, District 3, komis weighmaster for the
-.the City Recreation Center COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 3 In yesterday's election, semi-offl- International Tarpon Tourna-

is launched today.wider di- Venice Osprey Nokomis Total clal returns showed today. ment at a meeting of the directors

:tion 'of a special committee Cousins ....................................... 57 15 22 94 Present Commissioner M. Cousins of the Sarasota Coun-

" aded by_Douglas Amall. Murphy.................................. 18 3 2 23 of Venice Just barely noted out ty Angler's club Monday

"On hand M result of previous Woodard .................................. 45 52 83 180 George W. Hlgel, Venice, 94 votes night. Captain Howard Che-

bets it the sum ttf *3B0.83 and Higel .......?................................ 53 12 28 93 to 93, for second place, and, unless ney is the official weighmaster -

lyor Clyde V.'Nigel local con- Wrede ......................................... 25 3 22 50 the official count changes the re- at the city pier in Sara-
-ictor, >i ..protaiBd W provide suits, will compete against Wood sota.
xrocrete foundation for the 18 x Brady will be stationed at the
ard May 28 In the run-off race.
foot building tt it planned toerect SCHOOL BOARD District a Venice-Nokomis docks on the Ta-
T. M. Wrede, sr., of Nokomis,
on a plot designated by the Venice Osprey Nokomis Englewood Miakka Total placed fourth, with 50 votes, with miami Trail in Nokomis.

"y council The site, in the north- Bowen ........" 87 24 73 25 9 198 Alexander Murphy of Venice Illustrating the importance of

let corner of the recreation cent Hayes .......... 101 38 65 16 21 241 winding up in last place with 23. the appointment, radio commen-
has been Mt aside by the I W. P. Hayes, with a total of 241 tator Bob Newhall declared the

-uncil for Scout activities.To ballots, won out over B. E. Bowenin other night over the air "the hav-

Contact All the fight for the District 3 po- ing of a weighmaster at Venice-

Dr. T. S. Thompson, city coun- Fishermen Seek sition on the Sarasota county Nokomis is a real Godsend, since

Jman- and scoutmaster of the SALE OF FOUR school board. In District 4, Engle- for the first five or six weeks of

oop, said numerous residents Continued 12-Cent wood, the incumbent, P. E. Buchan the tournament the majority of

id business men were, not con- Price On GrouperAlthough won the nomination, unop- the tarpon fishing will occur off
cted rhen the earlier attempt to APARTMENTSISANNOUNCED posed.At Venice, and possible prize winningfish

'1st money for the' building was denying they are out the time The Gondolier wentto may be weighed in there, Instead -

ado but that everyone now will on strike, fishermen of the Noko- press, results of other contests of being lugged clear up to

i given:an opportunity to conibute. mis local of the Gulf Coast Dis- were still far from complete, but Sarasota.

- trict Fishermen's union this week so far as Sarasota county was In addition to the grand prize, -

The City has been divided intones are refusing to take their boats concerned, the incumbent, ClydeH. (Continued on Page 2)

with certain districts be- out for grouper unless they con- Involving a large amount, although Wilson of Sarasota, led the field

, (Continued op-page 4)OUtffY'FAVORS tinue to receive 12 cents a poundfor the exact sales price was of five in the contest for state attorney -
not disclosed, sale of four apart NOVEL CHARTER
the fish, instead of the eight- Twelfth Judicial Circuit.In .
cent price offered by most fish ment buildings on Armada roadto this county, Wilson polled

; companies. As a result, little a St. Louis group of investors 1,401; W. M. "Mack" Smiley, 489;
was announced this week by Rob APPROVALNotification
grouper is going to market from Roy D. Stubbs, 319; William La- WINS
ert S. Baynard, president of the
this district. mar Rose, 276, and M. A. Rosin,
UR Venice Land Company.Also .
BAExPLAN
Approximately 50 members of
sold,' to local interests, 187.In that the Novelpost's
/1', ', the local met last Friday after- the race for state senator
Baynard said, was the bungalow application for an American
noon at the East Coast Fisheries Thirty-sixth district, William W.
Sarasota county'commissionersist court consisting of 14 threeroomunits Legion Charter: has been approvedby
dock in Nokomis with John R. "Bill" Perry, Sarasota, headed the
Monday wenton"record en- on Palmetto court. national headquarters was received -
Stephens, jr., of Fort Myers, dis- pack with 1,046, but John L. Early '
last week Ralph G.
the by
orsing request of the City of Each of the four apartment
trict representative of the G. C. D was a close second, with 962. J.
'enice for right-of- ntry to and buildings purchased by the St. Simpson, temporary commanderof
F. U., whose territory covers the Irvin Walden was in third place,
se of the Venice Army Air Base Louis syndicate, headed by Rich- the recently-organized local
district from Tampa to the Ever- with 544 votes, while William J.
k, copy'of the resolution they ard B. Elster, general counsel of veterans' group.
glades. Ray was fourth, with 167.
doptd,, upon ,request 'of Com- the Wabash railroad, contains As a result, Simpson announced -
lisaiOMt,,Jt: Cousins of Venice, After the meeting, a union eight three-room units. permanent officers will be
sill TT nt't War spokesman, who said the East Both the Women's Bowling

Coast Fisheries firm had agreed to the bungalow court were League Starts post, Thursday night, May 16, in

,SetlAtot'tC7aitda Pepper last continue payipg 12 cents, but that turned back to their owners by the Community hall here.

reek Mlrijt }'Cousins that the other local houses were offeringto Army recently, after having been Here Next WeekAs At last Thursday's meeting, No-

VAA liiliaalt '4lbe city a tern- : buy only at the reduced eight- used for military purposes during vel post agreed to aid with the
cent price, declared: play in the men's summer
orasT to the field the war. current campaign to collect new
I and Rich- "Concerning the production of Baynard said he was informedthe bowling league entered its second or used fishing tackle for convalescing -

rd; hers of the grouper for eight cents per pound, new owners of both properties week, formation of a similar wo- men in MacDill Field and

Dint, mmercecityplan there have been some instances plan to remodel and refurnish men's league, to bowl Mondaysand Bay Pines Army hospitals.

to visit where this has been done, but the them before the next winter sea- Wednesday nights, was an- Anyone having such tackle to
IiNf nounced by George Potts, managerof
; to interview amount of grouper produced for son. : donate is asked to give it to any
the Venice Bowlacade.
Army engiLWarrant this price has been very limited, I member of the post or leave it at
Ofplus and will completely stop in. the Apartment House I First matches In the new women's the Venice avenue office of the
in which six .
teams
league,
future protecting both the ...
property near Venetian Cleaners. Tackle collected -
Site Purchased have entered, will be staged at
rAAF by the dealers and the commercial fish- I by May 15 will be turned over
the Bowlacade next Monday night.
ermen. to Mrs. Charles McG. Roberts of
As the announced site of an Sponsors for four of the teams
Tate He asserted fisheries at St. : Nokomis for the Red Cross Camp
apartment building to be con-
were announced by Botts as fol-
Mallory haves Petersburg, Tarpon Springs, Pass- structed as soon as materials are: lows Nestlewood Gift Shop Palm and Hospital division, which is .
: ,
co-operation a-Grille and other northern portsare sponsoring the campaign on a
s available, sale of an 80 x 125- Grill, Venice Trailer Park, and
former stat paying 12 cents per pound, but state-wide scale.
foot lot at the corner of Men- Venice Service Station. Sponsorsfor
py to make that those places are too distantfor Merit Medal
dendez street and Palmetto courtto the other two teams will be
iventory lists local fisherman to take their Members of Novel post also
R. L. Ruth of Cincinnati, Ohio, announced later this week.
fad equipment catches. agreed to henceforth assume responsibility -
through the H. N. Wimmers real Complete schedule and rosterof
4hich the city for presenting the
estate office was announced this the five-girl teams will be published -
fakes over ally ANNIVERSARYMr. week. American Legion's annual merit
in next week's Gondolier.flAFTER .
and Mrs. Henry L. Dawesof The lot, in the Gulf View sec- medal and citation to a boy and

are presubmission Ponce de Leon street last Sun- tion of Venice, formerly was own- girl of the ninth grade graduatingclass

tot day celebrated their fifty-seventh ed by Amy J. Butler of Saybrook, at Venice-Nokomis school.
that body wedding anniversary. A few near Conn. YOU HAVE i The presentation previously has

it will beunicipality relatives and guests feted the couple Read This I Copyof I been made by Sarasota Bay Post

to whose living children Include APPROVAL GRANTED The Gondolier, No. 30.

base, thus acage tlrs. A. E. Edge, Mrs. Jennie Application of Alexander Youngfor Why Not Mall It I Identities of the boy and girl to

disposal Chenault and Sherman Dawes, of a liquor license for an establishment je honored, on graduation night

as well Venice; Mrs. Vesta Calvert, Sar.ota ,- in laurel was granted to Some Friend during the last week of May, will +

ars and and Mrs. Albert Phillips, Monday by Sarasota county com- Up North? ,be kept secret .until the presentation

Pahokee. missioners. is actually made. .;,
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: VENICE GONDOLIER TARPONContinued MeetingSet To Former tMfflKathletnC


do not agree vith a U'orl'U say. but 1 will! ( from Page 1) For Friday Night ViSi
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defe'n'd ro tt.-\'OLT.URE a 1944 Buick Super 4-door 6-pas- 'e1- ** *.
v with my/ We !J.PIns'! M-v sedan donated by HarryLeuschner Postponed last Friday becauseof \i !'lct IT.KJ f,", ?
r r n Sitr ,..;a G't. senger M.1Rlie rt Vf' ;t. dlKfcj
g" ct. Buick held '
I Pebtuhed every Ned-aaat Ea tca ; of the Sunshine the political rally at the I lU .
1 tiY i F'' raj,. Venee :*:J. school the scheduled tia : ,
Shop, Welt Venice; A.e-., V c" Co of S3ra' II. the other tourna- Veruce-Xokomis Ib-r ont4 ine

}a '+, Subscription; rases; Cne >U'. $:.!.,: tee ."ant-.. I'. Class fid r.e.prie will Include a $1000 reorganization meeting of tt J'r1: tip 'It
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feT men esyLOt
Kater: :
'J I 'st z.: :'0"t At Peward second I Chamber of ; .
Junior
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advert t rig rll : : ee-ts ce war; savings bond as the Venice ,F't "' larrolZ
t -.1.I' substantial prizes will be held at 8 *
each' iddtcna! v : grand prire. and Commerce p.m. Tk M /Mon\lOI

} J CARROLL .H. W .. VI $ ,.. .. ..... ...... II tr J'd P.tl.1IT .:. each tackle classification light, this Friday night in the Senior :De ':iy el lyl(G:: '
medium. and heland handsome Chamber of Commerce office, omery 1sfr

,:*$<'*. .. .-C.-wo: va: ::* :.:r :f V uceMO prizes for the largest tarpon Tamiami Trail and Venice avenue. Mr&L! /'departme
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:: : ,:jet
i' i tew -,."ff.T...i per capita caught by the ladies. There will Frank Raeburn past presidentof h1i: t.dstraUon:
I'I'loW l'LLIG.-\ V world also !be gold: silver and bronze the Junior C. .of C., said all KMI I'
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I ja ;.: :-i,r ::*:: r.ne Wig :: 5t;, :1
By c. R vv. il ; reccSection.. medals for the winners of first business and professional men of force :
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.xr. :.':4: s ha te-i .
second and third prize In each the community between the ages
.71-9 1:.:4 tit
: -.. .:,.-_... stands new. Got Walter Sheehan. secretary of I I the meeting. NOKO

r . : : i ::..-* scte frcr. Colt C. B. Richr.J. the Vemce-Nokomis Tarpon Committee 1 FOR \I. DI'J

. M'.. .. .._ .'. .. .',', .' .T--,.. : President: cf KMI last presented the Angler's club I Train Service Cut Muck andi lt i v .;.
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I' t with J250 of the $400 agreed to T." .11'ShtU
{ *: :.; K T- ,tea Writing from Lyndon. Ky.. To Have Little Cou'11 AI' '.
: and okomJ.He ? "il:
be raised Venice '
..? : .\- : ; -: :- : '-"< -7': C.X.chrr.: :,nd wrote on the bot- On Mails
Effect '
felof the -
. l- i-: :.. ; ::' .. V r..: ::::. it a subscription order: "The ,I I said contributors that only a had been posible seen I' WALTER Phone .""' ::
Although Seaboard passenger Vh'1 Aleck; NHOL
; 'I :last ;:tea f eon'j 'LHe4a Ccndolier: is getting 'Bigger and i and that he looked forward to
between and _
!train service Tampa _
... .... Pa. ..
,. F.' U" .f' : Setter' with each ysue. Good luckto hl'lr.lfflcer.t money to dosorr.e : Venice started yesterday on another -
t.:: k.:des : pd the byi.gns 'AparCOS
r: ; additional advertising
f, .. '.- .. .. ..... ... ., ... you CBK. Darn it-his I -every day" basis as a result u r :I
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the en-
' 1' : :: :'.:' :: : ..:: VTOVLD> have to drop welcoming tarpon of the coal shortage it will
week we
... .. ......,' I... ,\11 ....,.._. thus.ast to Venice and Naturals. "
; :'.:: -..: .: :..;1 :t her :-sen to: four pages: Ford Smith'' Sheehan! said: I have little effect on mail service AP ARli" "v
.f. of Nckomis X'ihu underwent: ana 'here, it was announced by Mrs.
t : ...: T.=:.1 ';c--.i.-.er; j a. The committee ir.v.tei contributions I ---

f .. :.. a: -H ays. ai. ::r cperatior. at Sarasota hos- from all interested inc R. E. Fields postmaster.Op Coo! Clean r-
: d
.' j'e; -r.t Vei. ;.:aa week ago Saturday but even days of the month ,
..:Sir.j our iur.rr.er f..hing AN
up Rl
: was :.-:::f by :J.jaN:: and up I when there !is no train service she Thr

t mathe: ; ir.i a:;.:::d I ty: 'Th'ursiay. evenr.f.ri.i and brj-.ginj Upeop:. here as. 'said mail will be brought here 312 Blocks t
well U in keeping o..r'lnler visitors ; :
.' ::.;;: _'.. :f ::. S.c; -a- : | int.do\\-:..t.'n"n.- the the following morning by star
here for tournament.Cntrtbutaons
.-;. .4 .. i: .. t male ti e ad: reads .:* :tin as : catch me a !ewbe route truck and will be distributed Special SwmrVENCE1M':
w :; be accepted at
,f' ,- .. : ;..::'7r.---fiJ ::r c-ur tr.-.t. IU: : as gx4 as new." he only two or three hours later than SeDes
the office of the Chamber! of Commerce -
't. 'f -iy : :-.'re :%..u te-i t: The Ck.il.ll1 at.e usual.

r. .-.: ::.e f.y r.;'fl'.l;: u; :.-. same t=e lx;::. hire: is Ven.ceContributors
announced: Monday :
4 r.i.--.j --.i Ocr.iU e: a rend: :. ;:\awn apcn the top cf cur desk tc
: rught by Sn eehar. were. Robes -
E : Ch. M-M Ils.e
1 rest a tit 1: ye
S Bayr.ard of Venice Land
'. Ar.iln.ric at VemctNcicrs :- A Privilege to Live in Florida 10 Clul
Co. $75. E 0 Braiy: cf Brady
*;::.; .ter. :a the agenda was high school': who u soon to be: ox 245

i /: .-..-. ::.-.e: r.;a :: :e lure t: wed.:! was given a surprje: br.dal: Fjher.e $50. Srr.yth: D Brohard I A Distinction to I-if' =
cf Venice Liquor: : Store IJ.. La. I
r.t-.::. :e rfftct wtdiaj CfiT sh ever at the Pioneer clubhouse
-.-. .. .-. r.ier's Drug Store $15. Ver..ceXokcrs i H. N. WIMMERS a ..e
r .cr i. :: i -i Merle Tr.---r.aj Znglewoc lie Saturday night i
Bank $:$, Sam : ofXckcraa I
:4 ". .- : r-i Ke wcrku at T wu quite an affair but we did- Colgate :i

t4'M ::i--.. .- :A.:. ....-ei a:_ ts ey are :,:t ..t enough details to write a : Lodge 15. George Higel I : Realtor
-.. ;.-. $5. fjz Por.der: $S. Other contri-
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: < 1:<:um Ayar.- store fr vui wek's issue. > '::
:..::or.s w& be announced in next I
; : .- ;: ads: t.-y \- try tr round: it up nest week I VENICE FLORIDA

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...!:.: 1 f'." ., f :.u ::'Ii Kiht.wer..der a threatit.r. To !be eligible for the prizes, all I I Where' the' Tamlaml Trail Meta the Cni

: :;'.- at Johsi Kopit-TS; hcspitil contestants. must! 1 be members of I I

: ; .-. Sajr.re ands .. the Sarasota County Ang'.er'i: club! I
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'M Dr. Stryker To Local Men Give SON BORN

;V' ''An Venice Bowlacade Mr. and Mrs. Theo Dandridge of
,,, ,, e', Preach Last SermonOf Blood To Former
,. fetter S* HjEra.'J. Mont- Summer League Groveland avenue are the proud
Season Venice
Lf. dlail Hi JKlfrU 22'after SundayDr. ResidentA parents of a baby boy, born May

,. : 118 iiMlfflTtrt India and Leonard W. S. Stryker, rec- former Venice business man, 2 at Sarasota hospital.
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1< {ontgoW>; a t week: were tor of St. Mark'i Episcopal church STANDINGS Charles McAttee owner of the
est4 of Mr. and Mra. T. M. TotalW
:, Fiesta restaurant In Sarasota, this
..... of Venice will preach his last ser-
II' f n I.' L Pin week is reporting "doing fine" at
:Montgomery are residing mon of the season here at the 11 Venice Food Shop'3 0 2133 the Sarasota hospital where he
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j ., Petersburgwhere Mn o'clock service next Sunday morning Venice Laundry ? 3 0 2124' was taken after being struck with GULFTHEATRE

._ _'ornery is an employee in the The sermon will have Moth Higel's Appliances 3 0 1964 sudden illness of a serious nature
:Department of the Veteran er'i Day as its theme. Fishermen ........... 2 1 2079 last week.

41+ listration. Montgomery .was Baptists ................. 1 2 2030 McAttee's brother-in-law Fred-
Dr. and Mrs. Stryker will leave
:*" .i KMI staff before:'catering Venice Bankers ..0 3 2045 die Lee Ringo; several Venice
.. .... next Monday for their summer Lanier's _.
'I. '" : } Drugs 0 3 1962 friends, and some soldiers stationed -
! :'- ---- -. home at Tolland Conn., where Methodists ,........... 0 .3 1917 at VAAF responded a week VENICE

..:... they reside in a house built in Last week's results: Venice Food ago yesterday when an emergency Box Office Opens T P. M.
... NOKOMIS U)0at: t First Show Starts T:18 P. M.
1725. defeated Lanier's Drugs 3 to 0, call for blood donors was sent Second Show Start I 45 P. M.
.A 0. DINING Week Days ROOM. The estry of the parish ex- Venice Laundry defeated Venice out. Subsequently selected for the MATINEE SUNDAYBox
keen .. Dinner tended cordial and unanimous I Ii office opens I P. M.
\lid! '" a Bankers 3 to 0; Higel's Appliances transfusions were one of the soldiers -
tip. m. St.tp.m.! Show Starts S:11: P. M.
'an Sunday Dinner- invitation to Dr. Stryker to return i defeated Methodists, 3 to 0, Fishermen whose name the Gondolierwas
;''', p. m. Ito S p. m. .
to St. Mark'i next
Closed Mondays early defeated Baptists 2 to 1. unable to ascertain; Frank WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
November and he indicated acceptance I. VENICE FOOD Raeburn and Hans Maier. Others MAY 1.1

-- -- declaring both he and Merritt ...?........... 111 146 125 382 who volunteered included Ringo, 'BECAUSE OF HIM"FRIDAY
VIPI aleck Weft of Tamlaml Trash his wife had grown fond of Venice Adrian ........_.? 120 133 97 350 Bruce Murphy, Eddie McCrackenand Charles I.aughton Deanna Durbin. Franchot Tons
::::; HOLLYWOOD and its people.It Williams ......?.... 119 136 101 356 Frank Blackburn.

- ApuitneBt'Hotdlr was announced the church Jones ..._.......... 166 125 223 514 AND 10.11 SATURDAYMay

) [ UIHMT New MtnaMrmnt school will be continued all summer Smith .................. 136 141 177 454 "JESSE JAMES"
S C 1 t* I Rear IlnlU
comer IUtM New In FfftetVMllCiT meeting at 9:45: a.m. each Handicap ..??..? 25 0 52 77 WOODARD'S Henry Fonda Nancy Kelly
.
""1M., ,. .H Sunday. .1 677 681 775 2133 LUNCHEONETTE Randolph Scott Brian Donltvy

LANIER'S DRUGS Gulf Theatre Bldg. ... Venice SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Raeburn ......... 99 121 112 332 MAY 12.11
' *'*! Brohard .............. 129 117 106 352 Arda Double-Dip "HOLD THAT

I/AIMED. ; Thompson ......... 97 96 67 260 Ice Cream BLONDE"

s Cc 'Used Furniture of All Types Curwood ........... 157 120 150 427 v Soda Eddie Bracken Veronica Lake

Rich .......?......?... 123 145 131 399 and .
TUES. WED. THURS.
t '
,IDCk Highest Prices Paid Handicap .....?... 56 46 90 192 Sundaes MAY 14.11.11

:lift Sale .- 661 645 656 1962' "DUFFY'S TAVERN"Ed
High game, 223 and high series, Breakfasts Paul.tt.Gardner Goddard. Bins. Alan Crosby Ladd
- DMC) Cans Tank Work Benehe_ 514, Jones, Venice Food. I LunchesDinner. Dorothy Uamour
- Garbage Cupboard Shelving -
Furniture Some Lumber VENICE LAUNDRY
Murphy........... 170 123 136 429
10 Club La To"nd.TIt J McNeil Phoneox Biorseth ?.......... 90 120 133 343
.
24% ,,, Venice 2683J Roebuck ...?..?... 68 58 92 218

I I Kuykendall ..?.. 146 143 128 417

Jossart ........... PALMGRILL
.............. ................ ................ ? ? 144 162 212 518
Handicap _....... 92 74 33 199
"The Same Pre-War Service"
Friendly 710 680 734 2124

VENICE GARAGE VENICE BANKERS
"Quality Food Plus
Ponder .............. 125 117 120 362
LAND Weltz ?................ 153 148 104 405 Efficient Service"Open

SERVICE STATION Edge ......?..?..?.? 164 123 160 447
McCracken ...?... 138 137 109 384 Venice Ave. at Tamlaml Trail 7 A. M. to 2 P. M.

; Tires Recapped 3-Day Service Hanchey ............ 87 132 138 357 Venice 5 P. M. to 7.30 P. M.Closed .

Handicap ......... 38 10 42 90 Saturdays
Standard Oil Products 705 667 673 2045

- High game 212 and high series,'
Venice Avenue and Tamlaml Trail
518 Jossart Venice Laundry.
./ENICK 2161 DICK RICH

......... .. .... .... ................ ....... .. HIGEL'S APPLIANCES VENICENOKOMISBANK
Legar ...??.?.?... 117 147 103 367
----- .. .. .l!.............. WJ Duvall ..........?.? 109 114 90 313

: Hinkley...?......? 84 102 171 357
WATERFRONT PROPERTY Barbour ...?....... 135 99 110 344

,1 OUR SPECIALTY McNeil ...?..?..?... 136 125 122 383 VENICE FLORIDA
'... Handicap ....?.... 65 60 75 200
I RICHARD GEDNEY 10: 646 647 671 1964 "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member

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Resident Manager ; Wrede, T. ......... 85 99 124 308 of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Blalock, L. ......? 129 101 80 310
I Gai-McCulley, Inc. ; Wrede, C. .....?.? 96 127 128 351 Maximum Insurance

- Registered REAL ESTATE Brokers 14! Duke G. ?.?....... 122 88 118 328 $5000 For Each Depositor $5000

Duke H. ...-..-.- 132 124 151 407
[Cheatr"Building VENICE Phone 8311 : Handicap ......._ 72 88 53 213

.., 636 627 654 1917

i. !. !..,.'.... ............ ., High game 171, Hinkley Higel's
Appliances high 407 H.
Tr t ; series ,
"*'A'HOME-OWNED STORE" 4 4 4 Duke, Methodists. Every Modern Housewife Knows. .

4 4 FISHERMEN I
4 Surls ....?.........? 116 151 185 452

4 4 King ?................? 119 114 127 360
ALITYMeats 4 Ringo _.??...?.... 90 116 122 328

i 4 Stevens .............. 115 82 144 341
Dunn ....?.m..?... 188 137 147 472
Handicap ......... 60 63 3 126
i
j 688 663 728 2079
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BAPTISTS
Crawford .......... 173 129 132 434
Arnall ...?........... 128 102 123 353

Zelgler .........?... 121 133 149 403
t Groceries : Larsen .............. 98 152 115 365

i Nelson ............? 114 124 159 397 I'.
: Handicap .....?... 42 24 12 78
676 664 690 2030

Fruit High game 188, and high series,!

472, Dunn Fishermen.
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VegetablesJJOES VENICE INLET ofGROCERIES
(Punta Pass Correction)
High Low
v W'd. May 8 i:08 p m.Thuri MEATS,
., May I JO;17 :m: 119: a.m.
78 p.m. I:(I p.m, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
FrI., May 10 10:28 a.m. I:It a.m.
GROCERY '80 p.m. 4 01 p.m.
Bat, May 11 10:44 L.... I:69 a.m.
10:44 p.m. 4:61 p.m.
Sun, May It 10:(T am. .:11 am.
VENICE FOOD SHOP
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PHONE 2091 11:44 p.m. I:11 p
Mon., May II 11:II t.m. 4:65:; mS
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188 IN VENICE FOR 18 YEARS"1TI ., May li II:K a.m. 1:11: L.... Venice t H. S. Bowden, Owner "-
llMa.m.: 144: p.m.
W.d, May 15 1:tra.m. 1.1: a,m.
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: ,, ALL TYPES OFi Party Planned By SCOUTSContinued and Mrs. Ford Smith; PAINTING.

Englewood P.-T. A Mrs. Helen N Jteay, C. C. Lowe,
' ; Tractor Work ( from Page 1) L. S. Stinson, Claude T. Curry,
Its..
'', <'i Members of Englewood] P-T.A ing assigned to each of the folIQwing Mrs. Ardria M. LePelley, Mrs. R.
1ft... i' Disking, Plowing, plan to hold a covered dish partyon members of the drive com- H. Hardin, Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
:':.. ':' .; Scooping, Grading, the last day of school, with the mittee headed by Arnall: Robert Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Fay My-
children to present a short entertainment -
i'.\ \ Leveling Larsen, Fred Nelson, C. C. Lowe, ers;
.
!' Clearing Heavy Brush Tom Lanier, Perry Hayes, Dr. J. W. Ponder, H. N. Wimmers,
New officers of the PTA are:
J and the Rev. Don Mrs Helga Roess-Siede, Mrs.
J. C. PRATT Mrs Allen Rice, president; Mrs: Crawford Thompson, assistant scoutmaster. Ruth H. Higel, George W. Botts, o ,
v I Ben Whitehead, vice-president
,' .,... P. 0. Box 101 Phone Mis Walter Purvis, secretary and Complete Canvass Jr., George R. Mitchell, H. S.
Bowden, and T. J. Lanier.
Nokomis Venice 3418 Dr. Wary W. Green, treasurer The committee will make a E. B. THl
complete canvass of the city to- I

t, \ ..... . ........................... ......................... ... ... ... ..............,' tomorrow, Friday and Saturday: -----...... .
, :" : carrying their personal solicitation

k. t ;i JIM ;:::;I from effort door-to-door to obtain in the a remaining determined -! Higel Bros. Concrete PrJUMI\ '

..I ::j PONDERPackage .:I$600 needed. NOW HAVE AVAILABLE FOR IMMEOIM,," iIn.: '
I rVenice :: To cut down cost of erecting GRADE A CONCRETE BUlLDINt "top.n
:: Store
: : I ; Liquor .:: the stucco frame, single room compete8x8x16
:' 8x8x16, Regul.r and Corn.
structure, Dr. Thompson announce
"; lnaUon :
.k. :: ;:: ed, the existing Scout hutment behind Lintel Partition, H.lf.BlotktlA.H' from
.: the shuffleboard courts in the Sill or Type Blocks to lilt prImar1
I :: Cocktail Lounge :::: recreation center will] be razed and Your Desires mtestant

:: On the Trail Nokomis ti ::. the material in it salvaged for use Seaboard Avenue dard of
':: in the new building. VENICE (, In the
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.. .. .. . .. .. .. . . .. .... .. Meet Saturday week
........................................................................,.......................1_ Men Scouters will meet there --- .mae
:: at 2 p.m. next Saturday to tear r -mice, v
::
VENICEBOWLACADE J Jt. :. down the present long hutment Screen P place 9
:: which we obtained recently from alDlouaiDJ>il 1
t': the army," Dr. Thompson said, aemloabsent
t. j:; .and we invite any other men interested QuartPint00)
:: to join with us so that Thur
:: we can complete the work with
.' ..! NOW OPEN j.: a minimum of time and effort. !lent co
:; Their aid will be appreciated. Half leeNI
3:30: p. m. to 11 p. m. I: rid for
::
; Committee Chairman Arnall
,. Week-Day :;:: asked that mail contributions be Black nlesa .
;: sent to James T. Blalock at the Ott Jnlm \. 1 p. m. to 7 p. m. :: enice-Nokomis Bank, with -- RigelSPEck
Sundays :: checks or money order being made :>d run-'
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.. : ;:. payable to: "Boy Scout Building SC RF.Let
I ': Fund, James T. Blalock] "
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: Previous Donors PANICSVENICE '
GrillFeaturing
;;: Among those who already have ate
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Those Famou.'Muhot'
; :: donated to the building fund, Dr. 20c Eat final 4
Hamburgers ::: Thompson said, are: Mrs Minnie In unw:
I' 8am.11 Week-Days p.m.ipm.to7p.m.Sundays ';:. King, Edward J. and Elizabeth late a..
Seorje: Bctti Jim Keys :: Courtoy, T. L. Evans Miss L. R. LUMBER CO. Illall1l

7 I .............................................................................................':: Mohun, Mrs J, B. Moreman, W. -East- Venice Ave. Near_ Seaboard_ Depot -in al' proc ban
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