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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: June 5, 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
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00017
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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;ARTEDNEARATER'wixs Trail IntersectionInstallation WINS COVETEDSCHOLARSHIP Tarpon Anglers VENICE. HELDRECOMMENDED

of four additional Unfavorable weather conditions, ,

overhead lights at the intersectionof with relatively heavy seas running .

F : Venice avenue and Tamiaml brought tarpon fishing to a

: Trail, as recently urged by Chiefof virtual standstill off Venice and .

'. Police Gerald L. Pestotnik, this Sarasota this week. As a result,
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week received the hearty endorse- there was no serious threat to
' ork on' the city beautifi- ment of the* Venice-Nokomis David O. Melroy, Laurel State Representative Jerry Collins'hold A recommendation that J.

\n plan recently suggested. Chamber of Commerce.H. youth who was a member of on first place in the big International & J. Aircraft, Inc., be #11r; I .

1\\" S.! .Tilley ,and approved this year's graduating class at Tarpon Tournament. to occupy Venice Army' a1.. -
S. Bowden president of the
"I Venice-Nokomis high school Field facilities recently acquired -
:Jie Venice city council ,
.
. Closest new catch to Collins'leading
C. of C., last night advised the city
f\\ under way this week, has won the Lewis scholar- 116-pounder was turned in by the city was sub-
council of the endorsement
\ Vi Initial plantings of trees urg- ship given by the state. It car- last Saturday morning by J. L. mitted to the city council last
ing that the work be done "for
>r>J shrubbery in various "tri- the reasons stated by the chief ries a grant of $400 a year for DeWalt of Sarasota. His fish, night by the joint Chamber of

>*ie" plots in different sect's five years. however, weighed only 105H Commerce council 'airport
That at night cars pass the inter-
of the'community' due to This announcement was made committee.In .
section, then stop quickly, and pounds
made in a few days. yesterday by Principal James A. : Among local anglers who went return for such occupancy,
back on the highway to make
-Jley, under whose voluntary up Hightower, following notification : the firm, which has been operat-
the turn" to the Gulf or business out last week in an effort to landa
Won the work is being done from the State Department of Ed- big enough to ing at the local municipal airport
capturethe
tarpon
This Chief Pestotnik
asserted -
? V'ity: workmen, reports contrl-: district ucation. Buick sedan for would agree to maintain the airfield
creates a bad traffic haz- new put up
'one amounting to mot than The Laurel of Mr. to the satisfaction of fed-
ard at the corner. youth, son first prize in the tourney, or at
Qj! for the beautification work and Mrs. Paul Melroy, plans to least the $1,000 Victory bond to eral authorities.The .
"It is believed that this better
been received The agreement would run for
I already enter the University of Florida be awarded the runner-up, were
/JThcil! recently approved setting lighting will help let the this fall. Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik, ,one year, subject to cancellationby

$1,000 continuing fund for motorists know that they are In First Time Rev. D. C. Crawford, George Mitchell either the city or the avia-
with initial Venice, eliminate a traffic hazard, tion firm 30 days' notice.
I project, an upon
appro- The Lewis scholarship compet- of Venice, and Mr. and Mrs
and cause more people to stop and
tion of $250. Gedney Opposed
itive examination was given in J. K. Hill of Laurel. .
let Trip enjoy our hospitality, Bowden i County Commissioner M. Cous-
Buying
Pestotnik flew
Sarasota county this year for the on Thursday out
George whok.ity declared. ins, chairman of the Joint committee -
Councilman Hlgel, the Gulf
first time, tests being held at Sar- over with Floyd Joiner,
superintendent of streets Co-operation in the project, asota high school several weeks spotting several schools of tarpon and members Captain Hiram -

j* parks, and Street Foremanph Bowden said, already has been Ide and Carl Obendorf, vot-
ago. One award goes to a boy in Early Friday morning he and his

Edwards yesterday Joined promised by H. E Weltz, local this county, one to a girl, and one companions, guided by Capt. Ben ed in favor ef the recommendation -
-:ey in making a trip to Fort at a meeting held last Thurs-
Dunn and
manager of the Florida Power and to a Negro. went out, the Chief
"ers and other nearby districts day afternoon in the office of
managed to boat a 94H-pound
//I in effort to purchase trees and Light company. Young Melroy has been an out- tarpon on medium tackle. Richard H. Gedney. The latter,

4 its with which to stock the newt standing student at Ve-No-Hi and Hill last Saturday, going out also a member of the committee,
served valedictorian last '
at
nursery. KEYS BOY BETTER as I voted against the recommendation -
with Capt. Spencer Blackburn,
)Elie nursery will be located on Six-year-old Lawrence Keys, Wednesday night's commencement boated a 62-pound tarpon but Mrs. urging that action be delayed -
exercises at the school when diplomas
,
:t Venice avenue, in front of son, of James Keys, sr., of Venice, awarded 13 Hill was unable to land one of for at least a month while efforts -

I city water works and the land yesterday was reported "a little iors in were and to three to others sen- the big fish.Taylor were made to contact oth-
"re already has been cleared. person er aviation concerns that might be
?etter" at Sarasota hospital, wherehe who were unable to be present,
a: old bus station site In the interested in locating at VAAF.
was operated on two weeks ago Kenneth McCracken, Earl Glazier Hardware
::r of the Kentucky Military In- : The joint committee also rec-

=ute buildings: has .been chosena after suffering a ruptured appen- and Curtis Chandler. Members of Store To Open ommended to the council that the
their families
compost arew.CADETS. dix. accepted the lattertrio's city make available the sum of
Next SaturdayGrand
sheepskins.Get $25 to be used to: A Contact all

4 RECEIVE DIPLOMAS Diplomat opening of another busi- air-freight lines throughout the

In addition to Melroy, the fol- ness venture in Venice, the Tay- country; B Contact leading manu-

AT Iu1ST-.K. :M. I GRADUATION lowing were presented diplomasby lor Hardware store on West Ven- facturers of planes, gliders and
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Verman Kimbrough
county
ice avenue next to the Venice autogyros; C Contact leading Instrument -

Marking the 101st annual commencement of Kentucky Military superintendent of schools: EleanorR. Laundry, is set for next Saturday,, and plane parts manu-
Anderson, Lee E. Barbour, facturers, and, D. Contact leading
itltute, (1 cadets last week at Lyndon, Ky., received their diplomas June 8.Owners.
Louise F. Brown Larimore
Beryl air-passenger lines throughout the
ceremony that featured Congressman Andrew J. May of Ken- of the store are Grady
"a
"I Chadwick, Howard E. Chenault, I nation.
and Okie both born and
:ky as the principal speaker.Annuall Taylor,
Harry W. Duke, Wanda C. Elliott,
visitors to Venice-where the noted school maintains its raised in Sarasota county and
Earl!
Willis G. Stephens, D. Edge, Venice-New York
well-known in Venice and vicin-
rater home, the 61 graduates are
Kenneth McCracken, Ruby B.
ill-known here.\ According to Lomb Science award went to Ber- Train Time Cut
Rigby Jay H. and ity.As
Lumley
jr.
ird received from K.M,L'by the nard Dahlem, Buechel, Ky, grad- Ruric Herschel Wester. well as carrying a large By Four Hours

indolier, awards and diplomas uate; the Lynch History medal, to stock of general and marine hard- I

lOt to the following: John Hook, Union City, Ind; the Invocation was given by the ware, the Taylors will feature Clipping four hours from the

The Brlscoe HIndJ Ian medal, Zachary Taylor Post, American Rev. D. Campbell Crawford, pas- Seminole and Benjamin Moore operating time for a through

rarded to the senior with the Legion, award for the neatest cadet tor of the First Baptist church paints, household wares, the Wil- sleeper from Venice to New York,

best scholastic record, went to to Laird McGregor, West Fa- The Madrigal club sang two selections son line of sporting goods, and a change of Seaboard railway

ill Atkinson, Lincoln; Neb., vale- yette, Ohio, graduate; George J. accompanied at the piano have been appointed Venice agent schedule became effective last

:torlan..t.' .- .., (Continued on page 2) by Miss Maxine McColgin. Eleanor for the famous Berkeley pumps. Sunday.The .

Davis Win. Gregg Cup Anderson, salutatorian, spokeon northbound train will leave "

Everett Davis Louellen "Thankful For Being American. here henceforth at 6:15: am, arriving -
Ky., LEGION MEETINGMeetings ." David Melroy's valedictory $1,000 PERMITA in Tampa In time to make
is awarded the Gregg Cup
giv-
of No-Vel Post No. subject was, "World Need Is Fora Me-
, connections with the Silver
111 honor $1,000 building
annually of Maj. L. H. permit covering
regC M tbt cadet "who best ex- 159 of the American Legion Steadying Power. Betty Zeig- contemplated attention teor streamliner. The through

np1lfiel..t1M'fi4s: s, 1C.M.L"The hereafter will be held on the ler sang a solo. to the Teal bulldln'g on Miami sleeper will arrive In New York

Quad.Trophy for the best- second and fourth Monday Legion Awards avenue was Issued this weekto the following day at 10 a,m.
of each month, It Thomas Wrede, jr., commanderof No made in the
tiled : to Com- nights was R. L. Potts and H. L. Stan- change was
II announced this week by Commander No-Vel Post No. 159, American ell. southbound schedule, the train
1117
fry Ted Jenks,
a1toa Thomas M. Wrede, jr. Legion, presented Legion awardsto from Tampa arriving here at S:40
,lEt Arthur, The two men will convert the '
UD To be held In Community Mary Ann Lanier 'and Glenn pm.
commanded structure Into a garage and repair >
Ie hall, above the Gulf theatre In Stephens. Kimbrough presented
ad in Com- shop, with remodelingwork OFFICE MANAGER
Venice, the next meeting 'Is awards to: David Melroy, schol-
8.
wjr 'H 1',. ;t.. if': "' : scheduled to start right Irene London this week took
slated for next Monday night, arship; Doris Futch, citizenship,
Tbe"i. MBMT'Iwfiis award for June 10, itarting 8 p.m. and Earl Glazier, athletics. way. over the post of office manager ..
opcovIMl J'a04I" Bausch & at the Venice Lumber company.
,r, r ..erar-- .U Following the exercises, which
were closed with a benediction by

f > the Rev. F. S. Shipley, pastor of i '
ler the Venice-Nokomis Methodist SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
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church, a reception was held In VENICE GONDOLIER,

:VENICE GONDOLIER the Venice-Nokomis Women's P. O. Box 632,
W clubhouse by the Parent-Teacher Venice, Florida.
I Editorial and Business Office association for the graduates and
Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
t s'4 Now Located In their guests.

THEATRE BUILDING On the committee were: Mt!!. year ($2.50) or three months ($1)

Perry Hayes, Mrs. Harry Sjoblom, (Check which)
West Venice Avenue
Phone 2961 Mrs. H. S. Bowden, Mrs. Robert (All subscriptions must be paid In advance)
Fields, Mrs. A. L. Blalock and
(Closed All Day Tuesdays)
Mrs. Tom Hubbard. Girls serving Name .

aei, Subscriptions, Classified Ads and News ,included Miss Mary Ann Lanier,
d I At Our Branch Office In the Neitlewood
I Miss Virginia Bowden, and Miss Address :

Nadine Hayes.


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Je'A .* Church To Hold Jack ,Wilkinson TO VISIT EUROPEMr. TO VISIT DAUGHTER

Benefit Leaves and Mrs. V. G. Beattie left Mrs. J. E. Bartlett of Venice
. Vmtao Av ffiM8U *M M.jtS .. SupperA to Join has left for Broad Brook Conn,
n' ;.YIIN :::" : benefit chicken will New Jersey Firm Venice yesterday in their 1948 to visit her daughter, Mrs. Clyde
.to S4M, iren I.hed supper Pontiac for Philadelphia and New Lasbury.
.. -:. be given this Friday evening, June
p.. 'John
S. (Jack) Wilkinson consulting York. Mrs. Beattie will with
- 7, starting at 7 at the Churchof stay
jf*. ..,... 0m MiiiagarSS3SS3BSSSSSi p m. engineer who has servedin
relatives In RALPH WILHELM
God on East Venice avenue. It Philadelphia this sum-
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"= recent months as Venice's city
will be served outdoors. mer while her husband visits Ireland PLUMBING, HEATING
building Inspector has resigned to AND REPAIRS"No
DECORATING. The Rev. C. D. Jernigan pas- go to Newark N. J., where he will England and Holland. The Job Too Large No Job
tor of the church and in charge of
% be associated with a newly organ- Beattles plan to return here next Too Small"
arrangements said the public is ized industrial Venice 2318 Sarasota 70.542
I research and de- October.
Invited to attend the supper with
sign company. Captain Hiram R.
tickets priced at eoc.NOKOM Ide has'been appointed to succeed

him as building inspector.

Wilkinson left for Newark by Announcing .
IS LODGE auto, last Monday. Mrs. Wilkinson -
DINING ROOM and their children, Sydney
Week Days
Luncheon Dinner and Jacqueline with GRAND OPENING
are staying .
12 to 2 p. m. I to I p, m. .... ,
Sunday Dinner her mother Mrs. George Higel, sr, "
IIItoSp.m. atoIp.m. in Venice this summer but expectto .
THOMAS P, 43. Box a.nloe Closed Mondays Next .'
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move to Newark before the
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Interested In Tide TablesVENICE

INLET June 8th
(Punta Ran Correction)
TARPON FISHING? High Low
Wed. June 5 ._ 4:26 p.m.
Thur, June ( .. 8 II a.m. 12:4s a.m.
Phone Venice 2864 C:51 p.m. U:48: p.m. TAYLORHARDWARE
Fri., June 7 -_ S:62 a.m. 1:83 a.m.
7:88: p.m. I:26 p.m.
CAPT. BEN DUNN Sat., June I ..?.. 0:10: a.m. 1:IS am
8:11: p.m. I 17 pmt STORE
Registered Guide Sun., June. I _-. 9.81 a.m. :62 a.m.
..... w .. 10:41: p.m. 4 29 p.m.
Mon., June 10 9:53 a.m. I:23 amt .
GENERAL AND MARINE HARDWARE
11:60 p.m. :11 p.m.
Tuei,.June 11 ..10:17 a.m. I:M a.m.
'.; : 5:6S p.m. Seminole and Benjamin Moore Paints
oJ
Wed., June 12 ..1249: a.m. 4 21 a.m.
10:43 a.m. 5 80 p.m.
VENICENOKOMISBANK Wilson Sporting Goods

WOODARD'S

LUNCHEONETTEGulf Household Wares

Theatre Bldg. ... VeniceDoubleDip
VENICE, FLORIDA t VENICE AGENT FOR BERKELEY PUMPS
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of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and

Sundaes Next to Venice Laundry, West Venice Ave.
Maximum Insurance ..
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QM .1 For 1 Year, Buy Your Future Homesite In Venice Now,

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Patrick Lenahan. Roger F. Ljnkyrdt, C Thomas, Jack Turm.T
No Infantile Robert W. Lewis, David M. < n. WatU March **
VENICE GONDOLIER"I Glenn Maranvllle. Thomas B. Martin, WlUhlt. Jo.h p IIIIaruUh.1Io
James Andrew Majr, Thomas B. Mo.r y. John Young and Jj.rnanl Tos4
Paralysis Here Leonard Murray. WUbert H. Nor.
do not agree with a word you say, but I will I '"jirJy'osterta. The Hillsboro InletFii "
J. Duff Reed. JriBortuw :
defend with my life your right to say it."-VOLTAIRE Although there are no cases of T. Rob ln., James Robbing, house candlepower Is
infantile paralysis in Sarasota John H Rohde, Jr.: Michael A. Rush exceeded In
Published Wednesday. Editorial and business office, Gulf Jerry Schaefer, Motor E. gchulie, Jr.i the United State
every Dr. F. L. Hall, county : William C. Shannon
William W. Service
county bf the
Florida. O. Box 632.
Theatre Bldg.. West Venice Ave. Venice. P. Robert A. Smith, William C. 9,000,000-c
I ; I Telephone VENICE 2961. Branch office In Nestlewood Gift Shop, West health officer, this week appealedfor hparks, jr.) John R. Stephens, John Navesink, N. J., light.
I.i,' 4 Venice Ave. I continued co-operation of cit-

Subscription rites: One year, $2.50; three months, $1. Classified, izens in guarding against appear-
advertising, rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 words; 1 cent per word for ance of the disease here. CUT FLOWERSPINKS
each additions! word. ZINNIAS, BABY'S ahTHANK YOU
!
1. Keepall
:
I He urged that everyone BREATH 1 wi
I CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ____ Editor and Publisher windows well screened; 2. Keep Lion to thee, who have un
ORDERS DELIVERED IF me for various M
garbage cans covered and spray DESIRED have been in Vinlct.servgl "

; .,'1 1I Beach Party Held frequently for flies, ants and other PHONE 2312 JACK WILKIN

I I MULLIGAN I By Baptist Circle I insects stagnant; 3. Refrain or polluted from water bathingin ; 4.

Members of the Young Matrons' Keep away from gatherings of

: k:1 circle of the First Baptist church people as much as possible, and, A Privilege to LIve In FloridaA

Xo for Mulligan this : held a weiner roast on the city 5. Avoid traveling.

Oil' except to call attention to the fact beach at the foot of Venice avenue I I Distinction to Live, In Venice
'I \ ; that the Gondolier's new phone last Monday evening. K. M. I. I

Sf on a;" }s Among those attending were Mr. H.N.WIMMERSRealtor
2961 and Mrs. Clyde V. Hegel, Mr. and (Continued from Page 1))

... (The phone company gave us Mrs. George Higel and family, Mr. Getchow Memorial Trophy for .

"2691"' as our number two weeks and Mrs. Harry Sjoblom and fam- track, to William McGahey, Fort

ago, but that number already belonged ily, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hub- Wayne, Ind, graduate; Indianapolis VENICE FLORIDA
to the home telephone of bard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alumni Sportsmanship award

CouncIlman and Mrs. George Robert N. Larsen and family, Mr. for football and the Sallee award Where the Tamliml Trail Meets the Open Gulf

Bolt We're sorry for any in- and Mrs. A. L. Chenault, Mr, and for commercial department schol-

convenience caused the latter by :Mrs. George Botts, Mrs. Eugene arship, to Charles Bennie, Fort

tre mix-up.) CHW. Maier, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wayne, Ind., graduate; award for ----- .
Thompson. best-drilled cadet to William Pet-

Funeral Held For tit, Lexington, K)'.: Alfred H. Lea Let There Be
Mrs. Hauser LeavesOn Trophy for marksmanship, to John
Mrs. Ila Hawkins Murphy, Chicago, Ill., graduate;
I Vacation Trip Hodgin Cup for tennis to Don Beauty!
Funeral cervices were held at
I Trautman Cincinnati Ohio and
,
graveside in Tatum Ridge I
cemetery Mrs. George H. Hauser of Venice -
I the Rodman-Pruitt Cup for golf, It'. so easy to be beautiful
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last Friday for :1r.
morning By-Way left last Monday by
i Ila Jane Hawkins, 58, a life-long I I: bus for Cleveland, Tenn., to meet to Richard Vmton, Greenwood, when your hair is gleaming fink "soasz-- ,

resident of this part of Florida. I her daughter, Grace, who has just Miss.other graduates: and each curl is In the proper f t

:Mrs. Hawkins, who had many !.completed her frtshman year at Glenn Albright. CarK, Barl"as, Jr.; place to please. Come In 4
friends in Venice David Rult<.n, Boyd .. Lr,.wn. Alexander -
and'lcinit3', Bob
Jones college there. They will
H Cal\trl, Ronald H Chenonth and try a Helene Curtis
died Wednesday at Arcadia. then go to Minneapolis, Minn., to Ruben c. Clark Kenneth C. V
ennewlti, Ben K. Krdman.Mlllam
milky thampoo. Your hair
Survivors included a son, Olin visit Mrs. Hauser's other daughter, I A n*. Hulibard jr.
I
F. Hawkins; three brothers, Ivey Dorothy, and other relatives. i l'llaer i
C., Ezra and. Lefty Taylor; four Mrs. Hauser and Grace, and James A. IIad'. Jr : Harry J. Hocks, lights. Phone 2971.PALM,
Jr.: Robert C Mudtun, Oe..re A I
half-brothers, Grady B., Okle, possibly Dorothy, will come backto I I J.pln.] Keith K. Karr Gone li. King, .J
Truett and Hulon Taylor; two Venice about July 4. Both girls Rut O. Kreamer 'llffvril B. Latta. BEAUTY SHOP

half-sIsters, Mrs. Geneva Taylor are graduates of Venice-Nokomis

and :Mn. Joe Simmons, both of high school. Dorothy graduatedfrom (Closed Saturday afternoons and ill day Mondays during tM/
St. Petersburg; her stepmother, Bob Jones college several CLASSIFIEDADS summer months)
Mrs. Susie E. Taylor, and a step- years ago. I

Arcadia.daughter, Mrs. Tom Worley, of (ie a word first M words, le each .'.'..-..-.....-.'. ...'...........-..... ... ...:0.:0.....:O.!.".!...-...0..0.........J
LOCATES HEREG. ladltlonl'' word. Minimum charge ,
I5e. Cash with Ad. ,
Specul
rates
> E. Rohletter, engineer recently for mort thin one insertion of thturne ,
East !
Venice
House released by the Navy, is now ad) :
A COOL SPOT
Destroyed by Fire employed by the U. S. Engineers, FOR SALE ::
currently engaged in working in :. ALONG THE TAMIAMI TRAIL
I Fire, believed to have started. Venice and vicinity on surveys for LAIS'.K. iAKBAOe ('.\.S. will. 1,1 ll. ,
s;''' J. h.\U. ::
1 in an oil stove, completely de- the Intra-Coastal canal. Mr. and In.luill'Jul, La Ton.la.uir That "Smitty's" already
oil! vycu ;, three-family house in Mrs. Rohletter
are residing in the ::
Wluli
T. .I' WORK favorite stoppingoff
a
the Negro quarters in East Venice I I Ruth Kuykendall house on Ponce "n. m.-ling tall .rf IIIS: ,; .
I ciuh La T..n list Sunday night. de Leon street. place for those who like

Although called too late to save I FOR RENT : congenial surrounding
the house in which the blaze I MEETING THURSDAYA
start- TWO-KOUJI '
.. ,COTTAGE.. with kitchenette : along with their tall cooling
,
(:(1. Venice firemen under Chief short business meeting of the h "'er; t <1 gas rang nl- ,
m"1" n.w frifillHr| 1.r'lhl" ;
Dewey Stephens succeeded in pre- Community Service club will be kept, linens furnli-hul, In. Iud In, -.: drink
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venting its spread to nearby struc- i''uple ,.nlltlri5l tenth.gInquire :.
tures. held tomorrow, Thursday, night, L..nl..r's Variety, VeniceWANTED ..
.
Occupants of the house, which at 8 o'clock, at the Palermo place I

was owned by A. L. Blackburn of home of Mrs H. S. Bowden, pres- etcweTROPICAL

Laurel Willie ,Whitress.included Mr. and Mrs. to ident.attend.All members are requested I WANTED . . I 1


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ti! FOR DELICIOUS I Phone Inquire 2682 Club THOS.La Tonda J. McNEIL., Venice I <: On the Trail, at Venice Avenue Venice

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Church To Hold
Apartments Jack Wilkinson TO VISIT EUROPEMr. TO VISIT DAUGHTERMrs.
e
Venice Ave. .t Naaaau (t Benefit SupperA Leaves to Join and Mrs. V. G. Beattie left J. E. Bartlett of Venice
has left for Broad Brook, Conn.,
$45 VENICE, Furnished benefit chicken supper will New Jersey FirmJohn Venice yesterday in their 1946 to visit her daughter, Mrs. Clyde
to
35 be given this Friday evening, June Pontiac for Philadelphia and New Lasbury.
Phone J. Dye 2718, Manager 7, starting at 7 p.m., at the Churchof S. (Jack) Wilkinson, con- York. Mrs. Beattie will stay with I
B.
n.
suiting
God on East Venice avenue It engineer who has servedin relatives in Philadelphia this sum RALPH WILHELM
will be served recent months as Venice's city
outdoors. PLUMBING, HEATING
mer while her husband
visits Ireland
TING DECORATING The Rev. C. D Jernigan, pas building Inspector, has resigned to AND REPAIRS"No
tor of the church and in charge of go to Newark, N. J., where he will England and Holland. The Job Too Large, No Job
arrangements, said the public Is be associated with a newly organ Beatties plan to return here next Too Small"
I .
ized industrial research and design October. Venice: 2315 Sarasota 70.542
invited
to attend the supper, with
I company. Captain Hiram R.
tickets priced at 50c.
I Ide has been appointed to succeed
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him as building inspector

r Wilkinson left for Newark, by Announcing .
NOKOMIS LODGE auto, last Monday. Mrs. Wilkinson -
DINING Week Days ROOM and their children, Sydneyand

vi 16 Luncheon 5to8p5 Dinner12to2p.m. m. Jacqueline, are staying with GRAND OPENING
Sunday Dinner her mother, Mrs. George Higel, sr.,
.
12toSp2 m. 6t p. m.
P. o. Box 17 in Venice this summer, but expectto
THOMAS Cloud Mondays Next ,.
Venice I I move to Newark before the I
start of the fall school term. ,
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Interested In Tide TablesVENICE

INLET 8th
(Punta Rasa Correction)
TARPON FISHING? High Low
"''.d., June I 4:24 p.m.
.. June 6 .. 8.33 a m. 12 43 a m.
Phone Venice 2864 5 61 p.m. 12.18 p.m. TAYLOR.
> .....
l rl. June 1 I:62 a.m. 1:33: a.m.
I T:3D p.m. 2:29 p.m.
CAPT. BEN DUNN Nit. June 8 ..... 9:10: a.m. 2:15: a.m.
9:16 1:17 STORE
p.m. : p.m. HARDWARE
Registered Guide Sun., June. 8 ...... B.31 a.m. 2.52 a.m.
10:41 p.m. 4:29 p,m. 9r
Mum, June 10 .... 8:53: a.m. I'23 a.m.
GENERAL AND MARINE HARDWARE tr
11:50: p.m. 5:13: p.mTuet .
., June 11 ..10:11: a m. 3.53 a.m.

Wed., June 12 .12:49 a.m. 6 4::53 21 p.m.a.m.i Seminole and Benjamin Moore Paints
10:43 a m. 6:30 p.m.I
VENICENOKOMISBANK Wilson Sporting Goods y

WOODARD'S

LUNCHEONETTEGulf Household Wares

Theatre Bldg. ... VeniceDoubleDip:
VENICE, FLORIDA ::1 VENICE AGENT FOR BERKELEY PUMPS

"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member Ice Cream
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of Federal' Deposit Insurance Corp. V and

Sundaes Next to Venice Laundry, West Venice: Ave.

5000 Maximum For 'Each Depositor Insurance ssooo Breakfasts VENICE

Lunches: GRADY TAYLOR OKLE TAYLOR
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PROPERTYFOR

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On West Venice Avenue
"" Available at this Time, May We Suggest You

0 TWO RGEoSTORES,

Each With Alley Exit, Buy Your Future Homesite In Venice Now,
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One Leased For 1 Year, f

Other Now Vacant While You Can Obtain a Varied Choice of

t 8 EFFICIENCY APTS. .

Now Partially Rented, Reasonable Prices?
Fully Occupied In Winter Lots at ,

Furnished, Including

Electrical Equipment. Write Or SeeVENICE . .
Each Has Private Bath





LAND COMPANYRobert




Frank D. Roebuck
S. BaynardPRESIDENT VENICE FLORIDA
PHONE 3S81 SALES MANAGER


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VENICE GONDOLIER Wednesday, JuJ
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PICNIC
HIGEL CLAN
About 20 member of the Uijel

( h i HAVE YOUR SEPTIC r Women's Summer Venice Bowlakade clan, Including Mrs. George Hlgel,

Summer League sr., held a picnic last Sunday on GULl
I TANK CLEANED NOW Bowling League the Myakka river east of Laurel



+ J Prompt Free Estimates Service L TotalW Pins L TotalW Pins THE A TII$

l Venice Garage .... 7 2 4849 Venice Food ..,... 13 2 10,911 VENICE

VENICEPlumbing Trailer Park ........ 8 4 6612 Venice Laundry 13 2 10,741 Box Offlct I
open
Blackburn1 .......... 8 4 6553 Lanier'l Drugs. 8 7 10,388 First show starts f:11:10.1

9 Shop Palm Grill .......-... 7 5 6482 Higel' Appll. .... 8 7 10,111 4.. Second MATINEE Show st.rl IUNDM'|\\;.I"

Bowlakade ............ 2 10 6220 Fishermen .......... 5 10 10,376 Box Office open| .
C. W. McKinney Phone 2401 Nestlewood Gifts 1 8 4'140 Baptists .............. 5 10 10,139 GI Show Starts |:ItWEDNESDAY P 0. It 1

Results last Monday: Venice Bankers .............. 4 11 10,315

Trailer Park defeated Bowlakade, Methodists .......... 4 11 10,203 'TANGIER1Maria

2 to 1; Blackburn' Service Sta- Results last week: Venice laun- ,Montti tap
GENTLE REMINDERNo. tion defeated Palm Grill, 2 to 1. dry defeated Fishermen, 3 to 0; I Robert Paige '

Trailer Park .. ... 537 656 6"! 1668: Venice Food Shop defeated Methodists THURSDAY, JUNn
UuHlukilde .. ..... Jol (34 611 18"8 GIFT
f\\ 1 3 to 0; HigeU Appliancesdefeated Grandpa Shows NIGHT"RETURN
.{ tlnrkbiirni .... 622 Kl 651 15'l'lIlm
.." If' tn.I drill .............. 6U. 652 53U 1304;; Bankers, 2 to 1; Baptists Them How It FRIDAY ANO S 131
j I Oat the summer months AVERAGES TO DATE defeated Lanier's Drugs, 2 to 1. JUNE 7.0
I on aS 'ire, your car needs a Total 11I11"0 .. .... 687 717 707 :111Ullllkers Should Be Done!
change -ofvPi Canes Pins A"cf. 69S M;;>> 6JJ 2U..6iki'1'i'uU OF
ring ninokburn U 1494! 126
III.k'n\.II.\ T, Park 12 148onilih ;; 124 3b' .. ..... 688 6S2 85ft :026 When we're lowing down at FRANK JAMES"
Palm'. Grill .... 12 ll"l 14tm 1213laahburn 122I'r311chel \"' ... .. flU 111 111:5 W43 the game, Grandpa's just get Gene Tlerney Henry 7q
I l. 1 Garage 8
\'. Garage 8 7333 lit, l.anl..r' .. 606 M8 741 2111. ting started. He's been doing It SUNDAY AND
Erect, T. Park ..... 12 11(0 113X.lotl" 11111"1.10 ........ 72a> f,8S 6iU 2u87Fishermen nigh onto 17 years and I Is always JUNE '.MONDAY 10
r' \\l11\\' \Ulacklurn.', 12 8 1J04s 318 108 1106 full of pep. It's grand "ADVENTURE"Cllrk I
0. Garage" ... 061 708 625 1904V.
,'arwood Iloulikadu li l. 4Kiill. 15' '86 .' 8 exercise try Itl!
'no
740 .
LV ..)'. l'. Orlll ........ 12 1J,>8UiKln 105 Laundry AVERAGES" TO DATE -- Ciblt Greer gins j
', "tlewoixl ? >0 1'4. 105 Games Jinn AWfJ..arl. TUESDAY AND
I*\'h-k. niackburni 6 621 1111 Laundry..... ]j Jo.'J: lab( VeniceBowlakade JUNE fNElDj'
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'(. >1 >1-20 1112
Italretrierl "Ioh'm..n 6 332$ Mli
Ai'hrjiin' T. Pork ... 12 1212 1(11 Jame. .\,1. .. 23. 1,1 "THE HARVEY I
Itiuliurn' 1'. C.rlll 11 W'8 1(10 t:. Kris. IInllk.rs .. a 4',3 1313Lrrltt.
Hull, X..II"wcMKI ... >V C04 1"0" Faa1 ...... 15 :2.2 130H GIRLS"FLY
mlk.rt, Iilarklurnt 12 1108; V7
Puke. M.lhiMllHtl 15 2-M4 III' ,
IMahT' Park.. 12 1116 1'6 \': hmlth. r"", Hl .. 15 :H'3 116 In Technicolor
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You cant expect to get the Torchlnnna B"I\'I. 6 roil P53lnler \\eltz honker 13 :i>"2 113
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llnoklurn' 6 B'7 P1Pratt
k\i\k.nilnll. Laundry 15 2151 113
best performance from your > Inn In kit.le 12 lt/81/ 1'11'"nJ.r. h\', Laundrli S11J IU
Muri<
car without this Important T. I'ark ..... 12 10'2 89Jones J. 'IIrw"I l, Lowers 13:; 1119\ 111
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V Garage P K03 89 .
WilliamFeral 13 1810 141
change. Bring your car In today. Mum,' '. \'. 6 B2I t 1
) Garage : > Edge, Hunk. r. 12 16'7 HI
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Adrian P. drill U lull fllnvi
Mil'In, fUhirnun 12 16c5 140
BLACKBURN'SSERVICE .\! >r, Do"lukA 11'111 aims (I.. Ni-rlle: s 7'.P t>4 Baptists .. 12 16'5 139
STATIONTamlaml tool-r. p .rill .. n Mi4 Mimlth :Nrlsrn: ] llainl.ti.| .. 13: 'i.fl. 131
'. .... M.P.H. With
i \ Onnirr R 432 T: T. Wr..le. M,'thr,ll.H H MStllrolmrl 131 Cruise at 110 Safety
'urli.1.lnllIhl.' N.Kilmwd FlmlukHdi.\ H 631! 71: tanhra 15 !n2lI1 > m ERCOUPE Easy ton
Trail and Venice 3 Ufl 15 nil. r: llimk.n 12 1034 Spin-Proof |
Avenue 31,33.; 'II. Hid. 11 .. Ii lmrnull. '\ 133II INSTRUCTION AIR TAXI SERVICl]
u VENICE Population of continental United II \ lanlfm lainlBtn; I .. .: M 13 I'MIliih 1'"IIliiilnirn m STUDENT
States in 1940 was 131,669279. I Lanlfm 15 1!>6JUnion 131 J & J AIRCRAFT, INC.
Rnptlrta\ >9 1171 131
/,Ikl.r HiiitlHm 12 111(1 126 AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS
IU..r'lh. Laundry 15 1887 121
IA-ear lllc.lniiK 15 ISH 123 291
P. O. Box
MUSIC PIANO| Taught In Your Own Horns Fishermen 12 HiS 123 VENICE 2551 SARASOTA IIS
4 '4. nuke. Methodists P 1103 123 VENICE
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VIOLIN I Children Adults \.Irilln. Foal ... 15 1831 122
ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 519 Harbor Drive, Venice Nnv... .Fl.hrrmen P IOSi 1:1

k 325 Laurel St., Sarasota Phone Venice 2835 I'liarbrnr. \\rulf.I ligrl'e M thmllHt l 15 12 liil H20 IIi 118 ... .!-. ", ,...,+... ........ ... ............noi
Jlrol."n. 1o'lhII.U a 709 11M
Ringo. Fishermen .... 8 1"8 118 :
llnl.irk, Mtthndlm 15
IrOrarkon Hankirt; m: m
Now . "nivnil. HlRtla n li"ft 111 i I wish to thank my many friends in District 3
Uliuck Launclr12 Pili P1
4 High I 2A2, and high aeries,
We Are Accepting Orders For Delivery In HIlI..lrlerl 133' hauled mr FI.h.rm.n.date in league, Frank :.: who supported me during my campaign and

The Near Future Of .

Our New Telephone Number :: voted for me Tuesday, May 28.

MAYTAG WASHERSTHREE VENICE 2372 00o..

Green's Fuel Service :: W. L (BILL) WOODARD
Venice By.Wiy .'
Venice .

I MODELS "CHIEFTAIN" Duvil' Boone, Manager :.;....................,....-........-.."'-."'......,...........0.--.. ..........................
TO IiI On Display 11UJlU .,

fW CHOOSEFROM In OurI'

Window .
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fk Ironers And Home Freeze Cabinet ."ii il ,1J

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Greetings f WE WILL GIFT-WRAP Shaving

Cards I I. YOUR PURCHASE, IF DESIRED I Sets

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p 2-BEDROOM HOUSEIN PIPES $1TO$5 WALLETS ? ,50$6t$



VENICE THERMOS BOTTLES FISHING RODS-M


Partially Furnished WILLSONITE STERLING


Living Room Has High Beamed Ceiling SUNGLASSES TIE HOLDERSFIN




$4,250 Boxes From 7.50 TOBACCO FINE V90 $1 g|



r Vz Down Balance to Suit Purchaser

HUNTING KNIVESHAND.MADE FOUfAINPENSjSLANIER'S $


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R. H. GEDNEY ReUlJ



Gill-McCuUey, Inc. DRUG STORE

E Box 261 VENICE
Phone 8311 Post Office Arcade VENICE Phone 3181|

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