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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 22, 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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System ID: UF00079934:00015
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Receive DiplomasOne Field Granted Venice

I''ROPSOUTOFCOUNTY of the largest graduating BIGGEST SO FAR

conference here last week between the entire -
II Following a
classes in the history of the Ven- I
city council and representatives of various federal gov-
ice-Nokomis school
high comprising -
I RACE 14 seniors, will receive diplo- IN TOURNAMENTWith I ernment agencies, the city of Venice has been granted a

license to operate the airport at Venice Army Air Base.
mas at commencement exercises in
.
the school auditorium next Wed- Under terms of the license, granted to the city without

rprlse withdrawal of George nesday night at 7:30 o'clock. a 116-pounder caught by charge, the municipality is permitted to take over the two

?ill) of, Venice yesterday from Baccalaureate sermon will be State Representative Jerry Collinsof 'mile-long runways, three huge hangars, two auxiliary buildings -
race for,county;c commissioner fish takenup *
delivered this Sunday evening, Sarasota the largest and various maintenance equipment.

the District I contest next May 26, at 7:30: o'clock, at the to yesterday morning, the Sar- The agreement provides that, in I
Cc:day a two-way: affair ben Methodist church in Nokomis. asota County Anglers' club's International return, the city will maintain the

M. Cousins of vVenice and Invocation will be given by the Tarpon Tourney today field, buildings and equipment in BAPTISTS PLAN

Woodard of Laurel., entered its second week. good shape for possible
Rev. F. A. Shipley, while the Rev reposses-
-gel, after the absentee ballots The fish of five federal in
D. Campbell Crawford of big was one sion by the government
pastor :
been counted for,the first pri- the Venice Baptist church, will de-' caught by Collins off Venice last case of emergency, it was explained FUND TO HELP

r May 6, was tied with Cous- liver the commencement sermon I Sunday morning, the others rang- by Mayor Clyde V. Higel and

jjgat 9J votes for the runner-up Two hymns will be sung by mem- ing from 47 to 87% pounds in size. council members.
Woodard having topped theI His guide Capt. Frank Rob- Field
bers of the high school's Madrigal was Only WAR VICTIMSWith
I with total of 280 votes.
erts, sr. Only the actual "flying field"

' le other two candidates, Alexer club.At the school's seventeenth In.the runner-up spot in the part of the $3,000,000 air base is
an-
of Venice with 23 all other interested resi-
Murphy nual graduation exercises next contest for the numerous prizes Involved in the present transac-
and T. N.:Wrede, tr-i of Nods Wednesday evening, the salutatory being offered, including the 1946 tion, it was emphasized. Whether dents of the community cordially
with BO votes, were ellmf invited to join in, members of the
speech will be given by ,Eleanor Buick sedan capital prize, was a other land or buildings at the base
,
ed. church this week
' Anderson. David Melroy will be 1104-pound tarpon boated early can be acquired by the city rests First Baptist
Explains Reason the valedictorian. Two will Monday morning by Thomas E. with the Federal Public Housing launched a campaign to raise $500as
igel, in announcing his decay songs a local contribution to the $3-
.: be sung by the Madrigal club and Wray of Lynchburg, Va. His guide Administration, the federal agencyin
explained his reason for Betty Zeigler will sing solo. was Capt. J. E. Seale. charge of the remainder of the 500,000 fund which the Southern
adrawing was thai be felt the a Third Largest I Baptist Convention has pledgedfor
To Present Awards
jflocratlc*nominee for: the office Awards will be presented to Third largest tarpon was a base.When and if Venice requests all relief and rehabilitation work

old have a majority of the vot- boy and one girl of the graduatingclass one pounder taken off Venice last 103-1 or part of the remaining section, among the war-stricken peoples of

back of,him. by NO-VEL Post No. 259, urday by Gladys Harvath, (Continued on Page 3) Europe and Asia.
Jut," he declared, !rwith three American Legion. Platform I Lynchburg Va., and guided by Mr. and Mrs. George 11. Hauser
_; in the race and the law pro- guests Capt. Eddie Seale. started the local drive off with a
will be introduced and various Legion Post Here
:3ng for no run-off14on't pee $100 contribution, it was announced -
George Botts, president of the
school awards will be made
either one of my opponents, Principal James A. Hightower by if Venice city council, guided by To Install New yesterday by the Rev. D.

myself, could win with a ma- he returns from Johns Hopkins Capt. Ben Dunn, brought in a 90- Officers MondayHeaded Campbell Crawford, pastor of the
ty of the vote l east"igel church.
pound .
tarpon Saturday.E.
hospotal in Baltimore in time to
[ stated he hoped his friends O. Brady, Venice-Nokomis by Commander Thomas The minister and his wife, Mr.
participate in the
I supporters would appreciate ceremonies; oth- weighmaster who weighed in all Wrede, newly elected officers of and Mrs. Hauser, and Mr. and
erwise by Acting J. B.
Principal
position and said he Was grateto Roberts. County Superintendent of of the above fish, reports 32 tar- NO-VEL Post No. 259 of Veniceare Mrs. Marvin ZcJgler of Nokomis
those who did all they could were registered with him slated to be installed by a attended last week's 101st annual
Schools Verman Kimbrough will pon up
his behalf. present the diplomas. to: Monday night. I delegation from Sarasota Bay Post meeting of the Southern Baptist

ligel's withdrawal was concedby Graduating seniors Eleanor Among them, in addition to No. 30 of the American Legionin Convention in Miami. Zeigler was
political observers to vast- are: those already mentioned a ceremony in Community hall the local church's official "mes-
was a
R. Anderson, Lee E. Barbour
improve Cousins' ,chance to de- 93V4-pounder caught by 10-year- here next Monday night, May 27 senger" to convention, which was
Louise F. Brown, Beryl Larimore
t WoodaroTin the run-off next (Continued on 2) Wrede, a resident of Nokomis, attended by more than 10,000.
page
Chadwick, Howard E. Chenault
isday. was elected commander of the Convention Highlight
Harry W. Duke Wanda C.
Elliott
newly formed Legion post last While much important work
Willis G. Stephens Earl D. Two Autos Stolen
,
Edge, ;
JMULLIC'AN Friday night. Other officers chosenare was accomplished at the conven-
Kenneth McCracken, Ruby B. Drivers Warned : : tion, which was the second larg-

Rigby, Jay H. Lumley, jr., Ruric To Take Car Keys Vice-Commander, Boyd Sharp, est held during its 100-year-old
Herschel Wester and David O
,
Melroy. i Laurel; finance officer, Ralph G. history, a major highlight was the

Pointing out that two cars with Simpson, Venice; sergeantatarms approval of the campaign to raise

keys left in ignition locks had been II Gerry Pestotnik, Venice; $3,500,000 for direct aid, through
-tty Councilman George Higel'sision
. JuniorSeniorProm stolen here within 48 hours, Chiefof historian, Frank Raeburn, Venice; Baptist missionaries, to war-
to withdraw from the
Set For Police Gerry Pestotnik yester- chaplain, Charles Wrede, Nokomis. stricken peoples. The action was
inty eommlsrtonor race wasn't I
day appealed to local drivers to Appointment of the post adJutant taken after returning missionaries -
sudden tt It appeared to be. This
Friday NightThe take their keys with them when is to be made by next Mon- described the urgent need for
'd been eoasitein
taking such
Junior-Senior Prom of they 'park their cars. day night, Commander Wrede (Continued on Page 3))
ion for; mow ths& week, de-
te some nf ds 1l19ads' coftvici Venice-Nokomis high school will "Taking the key with you, even said. '

that h WheVjhan Cousins, be held this Friday night in the if you intend to park for only a Members of NO-VEL post, SPEAKERDr.

t the. b* hD overhaul C.M,I. gymnasium, under sponsor- few minutes, is a good habit to which draws its name from the Mary W. Green, retired Englewood -

dl",R e.dsty. ship of the Venice- okomls P.- get into," Pestotnik declared. Initial letters of the communitiesit postmaster, was among
represents Nokomis, Osprey,' the featured speakers at the
e Tap t there'lla T.A._It will be a semi-formal af- First car reported stolen was a
voters in fair. with Mrs. H. S. Bowden serving '41 Pontiac sedan owned by Frank Venice, Englewood and Laurel- two-day convention, Monday and
have voted to hold their meetingson yesterday in Sarasota, of the Flor-
for the as chairman of the committeein Roebuck, salesmanager of the
the second and fourth Mondaysof ida branch of the National League -
sad the first charge. Venice Land Co. It disappearedfrom
New each month in Community hall of District Postmasters. The 't; ",
officers of
ctigsy a little the P.-T.A. were its parking place in front of
here. It also decided fix the session of the conventionwas
was to Monday
re of those installed last week. They are: Mrs. the company office on Nokomis I
y dues at $3 for the remainder of highlighted by an address by .
t tp the polls.be A. L. Blalock, president; Mrs. Tom avenue last Friday night. State
this year, and $5 annually there- Roy M. North, deputy third assistant -
W. Hubbard
Theprivilege sr., secretary; Mrs highway patrolmen found the car .
W. P. Hayes, treasurer; James A. abandoned on the Trail halfway after. postmaster. general. r ..

too lightly Hightower, first vice-president, between Punta Gorda and Ft. My-

of us, Re- and Mrs. Robert Fields, second ers the following day.

choice is for vice-president. I Second car to disappear was a SUBSCRIPTION ORDER

the mainTuesday. '32 Ford sedan owned by NathanIel -

>aest Breaks Leg As Davis, colored, of Laurel. It VENICE GONDOLIER,

ed" yet, Motorcycle SkidsWard was taken Sunday morning from Venice, Florida. {'r

t be many Its parking place in the Venice t
Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
'11 be ableeligible Curry of Nokomis suffered Negro quarters and was recovered -

to a broken right leg last Sunday by Chief Pestotnik about an year ($2.50) or three months ($1)

night when his motorcycle hour later on the Trail north of (Check which) 6 '

skidded as he was attempting to Venice. (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)

to trouble pass an auto on Oak street in Sar- Pestotnik arrested Kendrick

when we asota. I Emons, Venice Negro known locally Name .

surpriseInglewood Curry was taken to Sarasota .s "Boy Savage," who was

hospital, where his condition yesterday driving the car, and later turned Addressi' .

2)s was reported as "good." ,Emons over to the Sheriff office.
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l'i'j"t' Page Z TARPONContinued Palm Grill Closes I Iraq .-

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VENICE GONDOLIER"I ( from Page 1) Next Friday Night :

do not agree with a word you say, but 1 willdefend old Peter Sanford Pauley of Clayton 93 Decision to close the Palm Grill Leave 10ARDArdis welN'tthbuundiAN IConUdl

withPubHihed my life your right to say it."-VOLTAIRE Mo., who only weighs boat- for the summer this Friday night, (

: ; In Neetlewood Gift pounds and a 974-p May 24, was announced yesterdayby Ai I Wallisieratfbn
office
+"1 every Wedneiday. Editorial ed by Pauline H. Gensler of Venice the owners, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. ."> '
Welt Venice Avenue Venice, Florid Venice 2673. Capt. Neal Taylor. 0 III.
Shop by .
: '. Classifiedadvertising guided Bronson. .. IDam !Ie,reqq
"'lfI< '. Subscription rates: One year, $2.50:20 three words month.; 1 cent$1.per word for Her catch, however, Is not eligible The Bronsons plan to leave I II' m Lnileectt .''P ul/uc
word, first Brady
2 cents ,
rite: per consideration
i for prize
Venice about the middle of June 'i .PfI
\f \ each additional l word. said, because the Gensler boat is a for an extended vacation trip to M.m I of "a!

!." j CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ......_" ._,____?...._ Editor and Publisher ;"registered" one. New York state. They also will I'' lnte11kC

'\ e I t -- On Display' visit Canada before returning hereto gondayy

j' MULLIGAN spraying of DDT over mosquito Largest tarpon caught each day reopen the popular restaurant. 11 .\ t'lI1.''nl coot
I breeding areas in Sarasota county alongside the
'. are being displayed 'as reol
(Continued from page 1) will be started any day now, reports the Venice- Count
adjoining
highway ... .. . ...
for Elsie Anderson. Xone of Elsie I J. :Iellon1l11aml, county Nokomis docks and attract con 'I" .H".H.H+H;:;:n.beb
Venice friends could give us the control director Some I. "The Same
mosquito siderable attention from motorists Friendly Pre-War'51"I 'Ot
\ I correct spelling of her betrothcd'inan preliminar spraying already has passing by on the Tamiaml Trail. Ting v

so this week we got her to been done Along this line, Guide boats and their captains I VENICE GARAGE' wm''Dean.
'I write it down for us She's to be Walter Carlton of Venice belie'esmuch .
and Venice
Nokomis
In. Charles (Joe I Czerwmskl, jr could be done to eliminate registered from AND :de, lUll
"Miss :'1ar.tha"
He's the son of Mr! andrs.. nuisance if every areEd: Hunter
.j the mosquito SERVICE II gro
Carolina" STATIC
of Kings ; Ben Dunn. Miss ;; ] .
I. Charles Czerwiniki. sr rC.ldent'ould get rid of man- poesi''
Bet
AI I ton. X V, and Englewood (Punta made breeding grounds such a* Nathan Gold, Skippy" and Tire Recapped 3-Day port
Sen
I Gorda beach)I. Ceremony is scheduled barrels filled with stagnant water, ty Jane": Lord Roberts. "Buddy"; "Q u welations

to be held in Englewood August on his own propert.v Or at least I Bruce Rigby Xo 18 P 581; Buddy Standard Oil Products

4. thoroughly and consistently spraying Kmgo, "Alibi", John V. Denison, 1 the idby
Venice Avenue and
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Tlmllonl
breeding spots around their I Rosemary VENICE 2161 Tri I t

This "homfslckreis" business on A heartily Local contributing members announced :'lsaglsilFr1wV
horres good suggestion . . . . .
\ the part of ('K'\'AAF soldiers! mutt concurred in by Williams I by Walter B Sheehan of I I ..H-f Pt Pt hF : (

II be contagious. George Botts an- 0 the Tarpon committee since last :>f the

ivvtivd his Bowlakade phone one In the 1946 International Tar vveek'i issue of the Gondolier are: CHECK YOUR coast:
i nigh: : last week to find he was being pon Tournament, prize-eligible I H S. Bowden $10, H. N Wim- PLUMId :

called from New York city by fish may be caught anywhere in 'mers $5 Rex Hardm SJ Dr, E H. VENICE att t i

X-Sergeant Al Kulick, a member Florida waters contrary to the Jones $5, Carroll Williams SJ, Dick
12p"i
.->.t the VA\F band almost all of Rich S5 Harry K Bates SJ. PLUMBINGHave ,
1, last year Kulick rust discharged practice in previous jears But 1 1Q11,5o, (

and at his home in New the rules specify that tarpon must SHOP

York uty, got 10 thinking about be brought to either the Venice- ''Treasure Island Clean

\' me. he told Bolt*. and decided Nokomis or Sarasota weighmaster Sale AnnouncedSale Before t6thIMT'
within 24 hours after being caught, : C. W. McKINNEY
..' U'a like to return to our fair city.
"S.. if you can line up a job the idea being to forestall some : of 400 feet of Gulf-to-In- J. L. HATCHER ColD! ..'

lor me down there, will you. "cu.e" from catching ore of those land-Waterway land on Treasure Venice 2401 FREE ISM

George" Kulick, a laboratory whoppers oft the Texas Gulf coast ( Island by the Seaverns Estate to I PROMPT SERVICE

I technician by trade, asked Botti ,Iwllttull Ic.ng it down and then trying to Rosemary Lee of Pasco county,

)'. I'n heah; )', willing sneak it into our tourney 'Tis I I Florida was announced this week

I and able, and I'il take any job I'reported St Petersburg, which also bj H. X, Wimmers Venice real.

i. can get. .ust in long at it's around !I it conducting a tarpon derby, tor. The property Lea just northof We Are

Ven.ce" Speaic.ng of e"sol.1 I was a little irked at being overshadowed I the Howell residence on the Is-

u.er, Colin J R.chie is back with insofar as prizes go, by CLOSINGFriday

.. !1... vv.fe and fa-.Jv at their I ,.ur Sdrascta county affair. Can', land.Also Night 24
disclosed May
i was the sale to ,
.. G. .\t':-,.,:: avenge nore af'ei'' we help it if Harry Leuschner
Mr. end Mrs Harry N. Farns- For The Summer LI1!
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I'I H : r. Arabia for two years :nu>t enterprising and felicitye I
I, \' '" :..e arr:v er.g..e room bungalow; on Groveland avenue -
erto ie located in Sarasota in the Edgewood district Forward, Again Serving you When to

t C..c.lv: crrl.ed aerial CoUl.tV" Farnsworth intends to retire soon Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Broniot

t n and come tu Venice to make his
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home here, he informed Frank J,

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I who hanaled the negotiations.
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( ., Bowling League Summer League such work. It was emphasized that GULF

fly vyas parttve every cent contributed to the fund

!era to such Total will go to needy people, with nothing

!3c reouerti 1 1"puUfcW ell bene- TotalW W L Pins being taken out for opera-

''l1i' rained.a L Fins Venice Food Shop h....7 2 6399 tional or administrative costs. THEATREVENICE

"( 'of the Trailer Park ..._.. 3 0 1688 "We believe it possible that
apt Venice Laundry ..__..72 6344
t of (Urcfton.4}{, the Ve ace- Blackburn's ..._.. 4 2 3314 Higel's Appliances ?. 8 3 6032 many who are not members of our 7 P. M.
Box Office Open
mil Chiutioer Commerce Venice Garage ... 4 2 3222 Lani r's Drugs ..._....? 5 4 6144 church will, nevertheless, desire to Tint Show Start 7:16 P. M.
Palm Grill .. 3 3 3271 Second Show starts S;45 P. M.
contribute this fund
ttonda'bight;; the'joint. p. of .u..u. Fishermen .................... 3 6 6165 to knowing
Nestlewood _._... 1 2 1582 MATINEE SUNDAY
y council air base commit- Methodists h'_..*.'....'.... 3 6 6123 every cent they give will go directly Box Office Opens t P. M.
Bowlakade ........... 0 6 3018 war-ra-
reorganized and to the sufferers in Show Starts S.15 P. M.
'as enlarged, Baptists ?..........?..._.?... 3 6 6089

....... County Commissioner M.. burn'Result. Service last Station Monday defeated night Black.Venice Bankers ....................... 2 7 6162 vaged lands" said the Rev. Craw WEDNESDAY MAY 12
....:'fa being named chairman. Garage, 2 to 1; Palm Grill defeated Results last week Lanler'i Drug ford. "We will cordially welcome (One Show at S p.m.Due .
Bowlakade 1 to 0. to length of feature)
defeated Fishermen, 3-0 Methodists
1' ; their contributions. Checks
Other Member"* I<1' BL.ACKBURN'SVolkort defeated Bankers, 1-1 Venice Food maybe "THEY WEREEXPENDABLE"
___? ?. 89 94 121 801 Appliances, 2-1 made
defeated payable either to the
Hlgel
Shop ;
wing with blip on ifca come Levick ??__.? 111 138 108 857 Venice Laundry defeated Baptists
;r will be Richard H.'Gedney, Nelson ??___. 112 114 124 250 I-U. First Baptist Church of Venice, or
.
Maler ?__-? 80 101 92 278 Robert Montgomery John Wayne
Dean, Caft:Qb a.dOff.> :;.Cap- Ringo ...___. 111 131 143 890 LANIER'S DRUGS ,the Southern Baptist Convention."
Handicap ___.. II 8 45 Rich _.....__ 100 140 141 281 THURSDAY, MAY 13
:de, and Floyd 0. Jotoer.If (34 691 568 1721 Uronard __ 121 162 114 197Raeburn GIFT NIGHT
will\ fcontlnua to VENICE GARAGE ...__.._ 134 134 145 nl"urwood.
) group DeMlchol .. ._... 111 99 89 299 G. ___ 140 158 104 397Curwoud
possible specific,'usat for Maahburn ___? 111 108 127 861 J. 169 127 148 404 WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETTE FRIDAYNAaND34 26 URDAY
Smith __... 61 78 71 108Hanchey Handicap ___ 29 0 12 61
rviIII portions of the hug air ?_??? 94 84 102 280 193 711 189 MS "BORN FORTROUBLE"

as well as to ribmft recom- Jones ?_?_?_.?_? 112 60 102 41 63 82 144 299Handicap FISHERMENIng Gulf Theatre Bldg. ... VeniceDoubleDip
? : .___ 17 15J 91 135 ,
latlons for the in 639 610 (29 1578 -
manner High game' 143, and high aeries, Nave ____.__ 104 1JO 117 841 Van Johnson Faye Emerson
1 the flying field is to. be. op- 390, Blondy"I Rlngo of Blackburn's.BOWLAKADE HlnlC'O ._.....?__ 102 121 157 180 AND
6UNOAY
', Hurls ._..___ 131 166 U) 409 Ice Cream .MONDAY
i by the city. Curwood 94 96 287 Dunn ........,_.. 134 10781 412 MAY 26
naglng development 'of the Lindahl :::=:: :: a6 64 168 Handicap ., .?..,. 82 I 4B 140 Sodas 8tortino(One Show et S I P.m IJ"RHAPSODY
,
110 163 2017
610
. Alnger .ZmZ_ 49 82 105 238 V
...Venice municipal airport into Torchlan 87 78 85 221 High 119. and high series. 414, and IN BLUE"
- ... Jud curwoud'Lanlera: Uruga.
Pratt
79 91 87 261 Sundaes
....If the*largest and beat on the Handicap_._?.. 149 91 88 801 METHODISTSWr TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY"LOVEALETTERS"

coast, verai aviation firms 500 600 (05 1505 T, ___ 123 180 127 430
1 II.I PALM GRILL Duke, O. __ lU5 138 111 164lJIalot"k Breakfasts
.iy have shown interest in log Raehurn _.' ,_. 117 118 10 81S __,.. 143 144 101 8841 Lunches
Varheresse __; ; 91 78 77 246 Jennifer Jones Joseph GottenWATERFRONT
the ? \ rede 122 120 00 832Duke
71 at field, t ft was reported Smith ____.? 127 119 135 881 '.f' .::::.:.:::::..: 147 163 175 485 Dinners
} Adrian' ? 84 IH 101 278 Handicap _.__ 25 5 73 103 lift
8 Bttlley :::: :: 92 90 828
"' ? 865 760 177 20V2
pulation 6f Canada in 1941 1-
Handicap _... 23 44 63 120
T 11,506,655. *- 544 678 (31 1668 BANKERSEdge 1
High gAme, 141, Irene Bailey Palm ?____?__ 140 178 124 439 ."wA"yx
't' Grill; high series, 181, Louise Smith, Ponder _.__?... 165 104 123 892McCracken
Palm Grill ?__? 119 111 123 >58
Welts __..,. 124 130 142 lot PROPERTY
lnkl iI.8 TNQ( DECORATING I Hanrhey 127 105 168 428
kl j In 1840, Florida ranked twenty- Handicap ZLJT 7 65 6 67 SPECIALTY i if
722 680 173 2075 li liOUR
seventh among the United Statesin High name 180, Tommy Wrecle

AkrJ population. held the same Methodists MethodlaU; high aeries, 4)15, H. Duke, RICHARD GEDNEY i

rank in 1940. Comparative totals VENICE FOOD SHOP

were 1840, 54,477; 1940, 1897414. Willlami ??_...... 119 173 145 436
:j iJw spilth '_.?__ ._ 143 144 101 188MflTltt i Resident Manager
. kt 131 149 162 442
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, Adrian 99 125 128 Ki Gill-McCulley, Inc.
-: Jones ..JlimZ 138 169 164 469
1RALPH .,._... 24 41
WILHELM Handicap ? 12 0 : !
I 660 769 724 2133 t Registered REAL ESTATE Brokers

PLUMBING, HEATING HIGEL'S APPLIANCES
I AND REPAIRS Logar _____ 123 99 141 361 ; Theatre Building VENICE Phone 3311

Ij "No Job Too Duvall ____ 134 107 17 gas > *.*...* *.* ...;.....;......';;0;' .'.eo.J.
II j Large, No Job Smith ._.._._._ 147 146 160 443 nj2 ;::;V Z'.%%V *S V*?"* *
Too Small" Barbour ___ 126 137 101 861McXeli
1P. o. Belt 87VMloe Venice 2J1S Sarasota 70.542 ___ 167 lU 101 417
I B. THOMAS Handicap ___ I 14 69 106 BEAUTY .
699 665 668 2030
High game, 172 \YIUIami. Venice to you, your friends, and
aiWli iPl9I1OOOI +..+.+....!...!.!.! !...!..... .... :!. !... Food; high series, 469, Jones, Venice to us. When we do your
1. ..\\.1<:: \ I Food. BAPTISTS we want to be sure that

: "YOUR' and that your friends
Ztlgler .__?. 120 115 104 839
Arnall _.__ 107 121 122 350 It. Our customer tell us
p.oi:1 Larsen _.._.. 86 144 176 406 are always being compli
R Nelson .?.............?...?. 134 152 125 411 !
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Crawford (absent)
Handicap __., 194 '141 K,6 491 at 2971 for an Appointment!
Package Liquor Store : 641 678 682 2001
d1c
\ tt'', ,. ) VENICE LAUNDRY PALM BEAUTYSHOP

V f: : Murphy __.? 155 144 149 448
itlorgeth __ 104 105 152 861 VENICE
Roebuck, ....__._? 81 94 75 265Ku'kendall

Cocktail Lounge ; Jo .art __?_..?,. 145 143 153 140 179 148 462 446 I (Closed Saturday afternoons and all day Mondays during the

Handicap- *?. 60 6l 60 151 summer months)

1 )ta the Trail Nokomis ; High game, 179, and 693 high 687 series 753 2138 462,
J. J. Jouart Venice Laundry.

, l-- ... ..... ;.;.;. ;. ... ....... ....;... AVERAGES TO DATE Total

Games Pins Aver
Joiuart, V. Laundry ? 9 1474 113
Jones, Venice, Food ? 9 1401 156 Looking for a
Dunn, Fishermen ?., 9 13(8 160
Smith, P, Hlgel ...._ I 443 148
VENICE-NOKOMIS Duke H., Methodist 9 1318 146
Edge. Bankers _......_? 9 1304 145Kus
Kendall Laundry. 9 1294 144
Hurls, Fishermen ?? 1 861 143 GRADUATION GIFT ?
"BANK Smith, C., V. Food ._ 9 1279 142
.. Crawford, Baptist ? 1 8,2 142
. .: : Murphy V. Laundry 9 1270 141Corwin
J Lanlera 9 K69 141
VENICE, FLORIDA Nelson, baptist! : 1260 m You best pride in that gradu-
ttllllnms, V. Food.:.: 1249 can express your
Welts, Bankers 9 1248 139
'"WE: JtyVITp YOUR ACCOUNT" Merrltt, V. Food?....? 9 1241 138 ating son or daughter or friend by choosing their gift
Rich Lanlera ...._.....? 9 1234 137
"
.. 1" McNeil\Vrede. T.HU.Brohard .Methodists. ....-.-.... 9 9 1195 1201 m from among the many items in our stock.A .
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Lanler. 9 1181 132Ctirwued0.
y. ., Lanler's I 197Hanchey 131
Banker. ._ 9 1173 130
.;. Maximum Insurance Raeburn, Lanler __ t 1163 129
SON $5000 Ponder, Bankers ..... 9 1143 128 SUGGESTIONFine
I' ',r, for Each Depositor Larsen, Baptist ...._- 1 770 128
''f. \. Legal, Higel __ 9 1138 126
: Zeigler, Baptist ___ t 1122 126 quality stationery I.a la M
D. ,....J.-Jti, i Arnall, Baptists ? 9 1121 125Methodists
Duke, 0., ? 9 1103 123 practical gift and a

I i iI iJ .e!.....r. .. wk"I.t.........!..wZew., w i King Nave, Fishermen Fishermen ?..-___. 9 6 1080 721 120 120 beautiful one as well If It's

McCracken Banker. 9 1075 119
:. I Duvall, Hlgel .._? 9 1067 111 selected from our interestl7
Ringo, Fishermen6 708 III
NICE
Blorseth, V. Laundry 9 1048 118 Ing stock of handsome textures -
Harbour, HI 9 1041 118 ,
ttrede ., Methodists 9 1037 and weaves, Including
k.C m
Mehtodl.ti 9 1034
I! LAKADE Adrian V. Food ...._..?_ 9 1029 114 Internationally famous
i Roebuck V. Laundry I 728 81
High game to date, 223 Byron Crane's. Boxes for both men
....1 Jones!. Venice Food Shop: high eerie
/ NOW OPEN to date, 518, J. J. Joasart, Venice and women. \
5 Laundry.
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3:30 p. m. to 11 p. m. 4 Tide Tables NEW SUMMER ,

Week-Day ]
4 VENICE INLET
I STORE HOURS
Ma (Punta Rasa Correction)

Closed High Low

Wed., May 22 S:49 p.m.Thura Until Further Notice,
T Sundays ., May 21 (:01 p.m. 12:44 a.m.
We Will Be From
Open
Fri., May 24 __ (:98 a.m. 1:39 a.m.
6:40 p m. 180: p m.

k Bowlakade Sat, May 25 >:29 a:m. 2:28 a:m.I I 9 a. m. to 12 noonNeJiJewooJ
22 2 69
CriB : p.m. : p.m.
i Sun, May 21 -. f:61 a.m. 8 13 a.m.
Featuring, Those Famous 9;61 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

i 'M.xlhot' Hamburgers Mon., May 27 -- 10:10: a.m. 8(2 a.m. Q4t Shop
I Week-Days Closed 1112: p.m. 1:11: p.m. ;

I a. m. 11 p. m. Sundays Tuea., May 28 10:81 am. 4:28 a

rKeyspa' f:41 p.m'l VENICE
4 Wed. Mar It 12:04 a.m. I:00 a

.11:04 a.m. I 31 p







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.. VENICE GONDOLIER We .!,: .
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A. :", i Page 4Club FINED $10

business session Many membersof Pleading guilty a charge of V
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)' To Hold planning to go to LETTERSto firearms within
: the club are F discharging the
N 1 the lodge in mid-afternoon for city limits, Tommy Lee Smith, 18- 141
1\" : Picnic Tonight pre-supper fishing and scenic theEDITOR year-old colored youth of the PARZ:

".. ;j"; i With members invited to bring trips. Venice quarters, last Monday was Cool. Nits
' I, their husbands, a picnic meeting will be fined $10 by Mayor Clyde V. Hi-
: of the Community Service club LODGE (Hotel to 'print The letters Gondolier of general 1 Interest I gel. Smith was arrested last Fri- tro .
evening at Bet NOKOMIS glad when, as and if space pare. 31/11 B
this
held
will be short.Anonymous
: DINING ROOM please keep them day by Chief of Police Gerry Pes-
', the Mjakka river, Week Days m ts. will not b. con.sd.red. -
Lodge on letters
\er ,
\ D nntpMMIP" writer dosree Spea1)MUSIC )
t However" if the totnik and Officer Louis Adorjanfor
.il4" '. six miles east of Venice. m. 6tolp.m have only his i Initials' or
Bowden, president Sunday Dinner J: such as A Reader shooting .22 rifle in the
if .: Mis H S. stalp.m. sour Plume Gondolier will
t": ''I 12to2P.m ." publolh.d. The 1\
,'\ r I said a picnic supper will be held Closed Mondays be hippy to obllg'.1 I Edgewood district.
'! : at 6 p,m to be followed by a short --- -------- --

f', r__ Kansas City, Mo, PIANO T'ught i isle;;
ANNOUNCEMENT! Editor, VIOLIN Child ,
; Venice Gondolier ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 511 H.- I
#r As Soon As Goods Are Available I Dear Sir: 325 Laurel St., Sarasota p_
r.; \ We Will Have A Complete Line of Enclosed is our check for $2,50 -=:.
for a >ear's subscription to jour
\' New Household Furnishings new newspaper. We are quite

t" I Wanted . pleased with the impressive feel start that Elect r YOzoning'
and
{ Used Furniture of all Types you have made
,'. I Price Paid Venice and the surrounding terri- 11
;.... Highest tory definitely needs a newspaper
I C's Club La Tend Those 1 McNeil Pho"1 of this type. We have an officeat
.. I I Box 245, Venice J. Venice Englewood, Mr Leo Kropp beIng M. COUSIi
local representative .
f :...:.::.............................................................................ww.-w..wwwwwww...e........, our John A. Kroh,
,\ Interstate Development Co,
I! 'I

*. : PACKAGE DEPT. : Ex-Chicago Nurse County Commissioner Dit.city ctyel far 1 1Ie

; : SPECIAL, : New Resident HereMiss Monday) use,
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: (THIS WEEK ONLY) :: Ellen McArdle of Chicago, icil Jnf'inspe<
t : He Has Given Untiringly of Hit Tia <<:
: III., arrived! In Venice recently
: .:i and
: ':. FREEr for an indefinite stay. She will assist For the Improvement and Best M I mar the city
Miss Elsie Witchen, who recently -
;
;' ,.' :: 4 Bottles Coke :; purchased the Hollywood trict 3. /upn cpresent't tIe

,1 :: With Each Fifth Of :: Apartment-Hotel the coming season., In readying i'for amenat the

",.;{ ::. RUM ::.:. of Miss the entire Witchen 23-unit plans renovation apartment Be Sure To Vote ting, ne!
: ajor seed <
.' house.
Miss McArdle, a longtimefriend Next Tuesda by 1 1J
Again J along U
1: of Miss Witchen, is a for
\ TROPICALCocktail avenuiportlo
mer matron of Wesley Memoria! 28
May
hospital in Chicago and serve :Jiof!
y Lounge overseas with the American Re I
Zoo
Cross during World War I, Shi
'. AND PACKAGE STORE : isUthe'
has been actively associated wit!1 (Political Advertisement Paid for by "be
On the Trail Venice Avenue Venice :: Vei
at
I ; the rationalRed Cross peace-tIm,e
', \ ',...........'.............:..........................................................;0.........: program since then. tlypur.ddfc*.

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t 'j ) Winter Months Surrounded by Improved zone

'1 ",: ,' Roads Having Over 400 Feel I;, *, a

':\: t / 2 Large Store Rooms Frontage, On Tamiami Trail Uenbl

; :,\ Fronting on Venice Avenue gtot Son

; .. :: ; One Store Recently $ slow ded tjneus

w f. i :; Leased For 1 Year TERMS ARRANGED odeY i I

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Robert S. Baynard
PRESIDENT VENICE FLORIDA Frank D. Roe
PHONE l1i8 1 '

1 "IN BUSINESS TO HELP BUILD SALIaM
VENICE AND VENICE VALUEk