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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 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: UF00079934:00019
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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of Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA
VENICE NOKOMIS 2961
GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF
LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


N0. 16 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS



NCIL DENIES APPLICATIONOR Bowling LeaguesTo NEW PRINCIPAL APPOINTED FOR



[ TAXI-BUS SERVICE PERMITs Half Start Next on Second WeekAfter I VENICE-NOKOMIS HIGH SCHOOL :I



of Henry Phillips to establish a new taxi and bus service in
;;;
a highly successful first Hightower to Serve ,
Iran into at least a temporary snag last week when the city
half, both men and women bowlers -
[ turned thumbs down on his request for a franchise covering will start play in the second LEGION MEETINGAll As Assistant To *

osed operations. half of the Venice Bowlakade known ditchargeei from Verman Kimbrough
council rejected Phillips' application after holding a publicon summer leagues next week. the armed forces In this area,

the question, ruling, in.I both men and women, were
At 8 p.m. next Monday night, Appointment of James A.
|that Mrs. Virginia Wilson,, warned this week by Commander .
at the Bowlakade, the women'sleague Hightower, principal of Ven-
of the present Venice CALL FROM ITALY Thomas M. Wrede, jr., that
will get under way. On ice-Nokomis high school for
fcrvice, is rendering as satis- Calling from Leghorn, Italy, next Monday night will be their
Tuesday night, play In the second the past five years, as assist-
a service as can be ex- his army post for the past lev- last opportunity to enroll at
half of the men's loop will start. ant to County Superintendentof
oral! weeks, T/5 Wayne Elliott charter members of the new
The complete schedule for both Schools Verman Kim-
Still Interested talked by radio-telephone to No-Vel Post No. 159 of the
leagues, as well as first half final brough was announced yes-
later said he has not his mother, Mn. Lucille Elliott, American Legion.
ps the school
standings and averages, are shownon terday by county
his last Friday to get first-hand The charter roll will be closed .
I his plans entirely, _ending Page 4 of this issue of the Gon- board. ;
( being that the c un- Information at to the conditionof dolier. at next Monday's meeting Hightower't successor as principal !

uld give a new proposal hit 12-year-old titter, Von. which will start at 8:30: p,m. In
Venice Garage Wins of the local high school also
| im consideration later on. cllle, recently stricken with In. Community hall here, Wrede
i Nosing out the Trailer Park was named at yesterday's meet-
1 proposed to establish a bus fantlle paralytlt.Mri. keglerettes by one game, the Ven- said. ing. The new Ve-No-Hi principalis

viding service on a "once- Elliott, who It employ. ice Garage quintet captured the Several I Important mattersare Homer E. Mikesell, who has

r" basis between Edgewood ed at the Venice post office, first half championship in the wo- slated to come up at the been principal of a high school

municipal beach, and from Wit notified ahead of time men's league.In session, Including the naming I near Akron, Ohio. r

nice south city limits to No- by the New York office of the the men's loop, the Venice by Commander Wrede of his Ohio Man Here

telephone company that Laundry squad, paced by CaptainJ. committees for the coming year. The Ohio educator came here

intment of Chief of Police Wayne's call Wit coming J. Jossart whose 172 averagewas several days ago to be interviewed

Pestotnik as city health of- through. She received It at her tops in individual scoring, personally by George :Mitchell and

pnd Officer Louis Adorjan home east of Nokomis and laid finished first, after a nip and tuck Seaboard Officials other members of the school board.

istant health officer was Wayne's voice was "Jutt at battle for the leadership all during I Here Talk Over He has returned to Ohio but plansto

|by the council. Pestotnik is clear at though he were talking the season with the Venice to bring his family here about Au-

ive $15 per month extra fort over a local telephone." Food five. Extension Plea gust 1.Hightowerj.

duties, with Adorjan get- Mn. Elliott Informed him In preparation for the second who had made an

i additional $10 per month. that Voncille, although still half play, nearly 50 men and wo- board Strong railway indication is that contemplating the Sea- outstanding record during the five

Named Bookkeepers confined to the Isolation wardat men bowlers held separate meet- extension of its Tampa-Venice years he served as principal at

s Hightower was ap- Sarasota hospital, It report. ings last Monday night and made branch to connect at or near Pla- Ve-No-Hi, had been reappointedto

by the city water works ed to be recovering from her several changes in league rules cida'with its Arcadia-Boca Grande that post. However, he requested -

s to act as bookkeeper, at poliomyelitis attack. and sponsors, as well as naming line, as exclusively reported last and was granted a year's
of $75 per month, for the Frank Raeburn secretary of the
Wednesday by the Gondolier, came leave of absence in order to have
later works. The appoint- men's league and Mary Lou Rae- 1
within the past few days. ample time to recover from the
was confirmed by the coun- burn to act in similar capacityfor
Bolita Ticket a First, three high local officialsof operation recently performed in

Ends the girls. the road paid a personal visit to Baltimore on his throat. He still
ouncilman 'H. S. Bowdent Scrap Up Two new sponsors were accepted Venice and Englewood last Thursday has difficulty in speaking and his jt

with his family for a vain In City CourtIt to replace Lanier's Drugs and frankly admitting they were new position will not necessitate '

Tennessee and otherrn the Fishermen, who voluntarily making a survey of possible bene- nearly as much talking on his partas '
points, and Councilman was rather a costly punch relinquished their spots. The new-
ficial results to this section of the would the high school princl-
e Botts was called to Nor- that Melvin McDuffy, Negro train comers are Tom McNeil's La Ton- Gulf Coast, as well as to the rail- palship.

a., yesterday by the serious porter of Tampa, swung in the da five and Smyth Brohards way, in case the extension built. Well.Qualified L

l of his father, and Dr. T. S.son Negro quarters here last Sundayat "Smitty's" squad. In the switch- Local Officials While working on his master's

i has been absent for the Dennis Law, Nokomis Negro. They were L. A. Jones, district degree at the University of Geor-

ew weeks, the council lack- It cost McDuffy a $25 fine in BARBECUE SATURDAY freight agent, and F M. Connor, gia, Hightower majored in Admin- "

uorum for last night' reg- Mayor Clyde V. Higel's court Members of the six teams In agricultural agent, both of Pal- istration. He took work in school

eeting. Monday morning and then he was the Venice Bowlakade Wom metto, and Paul W. Harris, city planning and upkeep which will "

escorted by Chief of Police Gerry i en't Summer league will hold a passenger agent, of Sarasota. make him especially adapted to

1 '2PounderLeader Pestotnik to the county jail in barbecue next Saturday nighton While here they conferred with H. his new position, in which he will

Sarasota, where he was lodged on the beach at the foot of (Continued on Page 3) be in charge of maintenance of

: Inbon a charge of selling bolita lottery Venice avenue. Each memberIs Sarasota county schools, as well as

tickets. Benefit Party the veterans' educa-
supervising
Tourneyding entitled to bring one guest.
According to McDuffy's admis-
The affair will start about 8pm Set For Next tion program.
sions to Mayor Higel and Chief
fish this week in the ., with serving of barbecue
for the 1946 Buick sedan up Pestotnik, he swung on Law to beef slated to begin about 10 Friday NightA Two Venetians

pital prize in the Interna- climax an argument between the
Tarpon Tournament Is the two men over the sale of bolita p.m. reminder to all residents of Hurt In CrashJames

tickets. I Venice and vicinity that they will
[ pounder caught on mediumlast
i Wednesday off The 'Middle-aged, mild-appearing, around, Higel's Appliances will be be welcome at the benefit party Boone and Victor Chil-
the keglers form- the Community den of Venice, ex-GIs, were injured -
by by
by Bill Hoffman of the Hill- wearing glasses, McDuffy explained represented being given in
(otel in Sarasota. to Mayor Higel: "I never have erly bowling as the "Fishermen. Service club at 8 p.m. next Friday early Saturday morning
Tamiaml Trail
But he Rule June 21, in Community hall an accident on the
fman, who was fishing with ho trouble, Your Honor "Two'third. ,
i creek Both were
Woody Roberts, brought in cursed me and I just naturally Principal change made by both here was issued yesterday by :Mrs. near Philippi Boone
to Sarasota hospital,
taken
of a A. L. Blalock general chairman of
the adoption
swung. leagues was
ant catch few hours
only a being treated for cuts on the face
rule. Here- the affair.
Robert R. Snodgrass of At- "two-thirds" handicap for broken -
and head and Childers a
of Proceeds of the party, which
H, fishing off Venice with HOUSE GUESTS after, the individual averages
H Frank Roberts, sr., had Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis and each bowler will be added up to will be featured by prizes and refreshments arm and face cuts.

Bd a 1l6%-pounder to takeBead family of Lakeland this week are obtain a team average. When two will go to the Venice I Sheriff's deputies reported the

away from Representa- guests of Mr. and Mrs. A L. Bla- teams play, the team with the Girl Scouts for use in repairing truck in which the men were traveling -

Jerry Collins, whose 116- lock of Ponce de Leon avenue. lowest total team average will be their building at the civic recrea- reported by W. P. Hayesof
of the difference tion center. stolen
two-thirds been
d tarpon had held top spotPt "spotted" Venice as having
| and The caller will be Captain Hiram -
their average
since the Sarasota County between earlier in the evening, apparentlywent
WARNINGA total. Ide. He will be assisted by
pr's club tourney opened alhago. the other squad's out of control when a tire
motorcyclists
that
warning George Botts, co-owner with Mrs. Blalock, Mrs. Alice Lumley,
frpon henceforth will not be permitted Jim Keys of the Bowlakade, appeared and Mrs. Anne Surls. blew out. It crashed into a ditch.
continue to abound offre
Venetians by driving
to annoy at both meetings and
and many local anglers, as around town at night In keglers for
the league
las visitors, daily Journey out reckless fashion or with noisy thanked successful conduct of the SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
Ithe gulf in quest of "that their
Issued this week by
motors was He pledged full cooperation -
half
Ine" Capt. Ben Dunn of No- first play.
Chief of Police Gerry Pettot- of the house in makingthe VENICE GONDOLIER,
Is, in fact, has had his boat P. O. Box 632,
nlk. even
second half of the season
ered for a full month by C. Adding emphasis to Ms Venice, Florida.
.
successful.ILL
luir, Detroit drug store chain warning Wit the arrest of more Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for, one

ftor who is vice-president ofAnglers' William R, "Scotty" Thompson,

club.determined Englewood' youth, last Sunday IN HOSPITALTom No- year ($2 50) or three months ($1)
Sr. pioneer
Wrede, ,
M.
[ enthusiast, Muir evening on the Trail on a disturbance It (Check which)
N 50 tarpon In nine days of the peace charge. komis resident, this week for con- (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)
a
hospital
f fishing in waters south off Thompson wit released on $10 fined to Sarasota and treatment

e with Dunn, releasing vir- ball, which he forfeited, by complete check-up ailment. He was tak- I Name .
p all of them, however, bet to appear Monday of a kidney
filling hospital last Thursday .
he was out "for the whop- V. en to the
Clyde
before Mayor
morning being ill at home for several Address
fhat'll after
win that Buick." Millet! In city court.
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MUSIC PIANO Taught In Your Own
VENICE GONDOLIER"I VIOLIN Children Adults Hopi,
CHURCH ALPHA INSTITUTE. OP. MUSIC

word but I will S2S Laurel St., Sarasota Orovelanil Avert
ri do not agree with a you say DIRECTORYFIRST
defend with my life your right to say it.-VOLTAIRE

Published every Wednesday. Editorial and business office, Gulf
Theatre Bldg.. West Venice Ave Venice Florida. P. O. Box 632 BAPTIST CHURCH
y VENICE 2961. Branch office In Neitlewood Gift Shop, West Nassau at Miami Avenue

EMII i I Telephone Venice Ave. D. Campbell Venice Crawford Pastor Fryer
Fryers !1
Entered ae aecond-claee matter June 6, 1t46, at the post office 11 10 am.am Bible Morning Claw.ervlc..
at Venice, Florida, under the Act of March t, 1878. 6 30 p.m. B.\.P.C.I .
:to pm: Evening "\Ice.
Subscription rates: One year, $2.60; three months, $1. Classified Wednesday, ..Si) p.m., Mlaee
advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 words; 1 cent per word for prayer ..n'I<'..

each additional word. CHURCH OF GOD

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ._____- Editor and Publisher Venice Venice Avenue Yes, We Have

Rev C. D. Jirnlgnn Pastor
I I a real, sure-enough, fullfledgedweeky 11 10 a am m. rifnchlnn Sumlnv School. Lots Of Them

] editor just because that 7 8(1 p,m. 1'.a'hluS.
MULLIGAN nice Ann Moremen sent you in S.rvlce Thursday, 7:SO p,m.. Young People's

two of th' nicest, tenderest fry-
t ers ever one day last week? VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Gulf Theatre, Venice Avenue LIVE OR DRESSEDCall
Shucks, that couldn't a been Venice
1 "You," observed our friend,, either. Your wife and Ann did it'l I 1 nev. C. L. El.l ndr, Pastor
actin'' I:30 am. MUM.
mildly reproachful, "been
th' work. all you done
_, kinda uppity th' last couple a eat more'n your share, I bet. Won- ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Riviera St. and Palermo Place
days. der just what in tarnation you Vtneila Park !
"Uppity! we exclaimed, a lit- WAS smirkin' so about last Sun- 145 am. Sunday School.VENICE.NOKOMIS I, I Us At 3379

tle indignant. day afternoon, anyways?" -METHODIST

"Uppity," he repeated, firmly. "Oh, THAT! we said, a light CHURCH I

lie peered intently at us for a dawning. Then, to bait him a little H Maurl Bay Point<.. felt.in, Nokomis, Minister
moment, and then relented: "Well, we went on: "It was Father's 10 a,m Sunday bchnul
11 am Morning \\"rahlp
mebbe not uppity; but you did Day, you know." He wrestled with 7 pm. Young Fellowship Group.

seem to be In a mite better spirits, that one a moment. We tossed in, 7 Wednesday'30 pm Evening, 7:30: Smlce pm. Mld-ik We Deliver On

if'n you wanta put it that way. for good measure: "We got a nice prayer and song sort k.

Le'ssee, now, could it a been check from our uncle." He digested THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS
OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH
'cause you had that Seaboard ex- that, slowly, and then exploded Rev Henry Johnson, Pastor
tension story on Wednesday and : 10 a. m. Sunday School: 11 a m
Morning service. < p m B. T. U; 7
the Sarasota didn't have it
paper service Wednesday, T
"Father's day uncleyou p. m. Boning ;
until Friday and the Tampa paper p. m, prayer meeting,
just plain don't make sense!
i didn't tag along until Saturday
"Uncle Sam," we explained,
with it' And Lawyer Bras-
elaborately casual. "He sent us an Shores
well was goin' around referrm' to Laurel
income tax refund check. It got "3/a Blocks To The Beach"
you as 'Scoop'? ." "
here in the noon mail Sunday.
He considered this thoughtfullyfor Gulf ViewApartments
"Well," he said, snorting, "I
a moment, us all the
eyeing dunno as I blame you for actin'a
while. Finally he shook his head. FarmAt
mite uppity while you could Poultry
"Nope," he said judicially. you know darn well you ain't gon- 3 Rooms and Bath
"You know better'n anybuddy else -
na get one NEXT year!"
"
don't deserve SUMMER RATES:
you no partic'lar
credit for that one. Fred Kruea I $50 MONTHp the Moremen Place, Just Off

meandered in from Englewood an' A total of 34,000,000 million The Trail % Mile Northof
o. Box- 603, Veniceor
up and handed you that story ona United States homes have radios, Laurel School

silver platter. Could it a with secondary sets in these homes Phone Venice 2961

been you figgered you was at last totaling an additional 12,000,000.
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PRESIDENT J.SSSS.7JH52K Frank De Roebuck

"IN BUSINESS TO HELP I
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VENICE AND CEsVALUES"

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Juna 19, 1940 VENICE GONDOLIER pm.1

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silNFLOWERS Tide TablesVENICE Fishing Tackle The 1,200 radio manufacturersin

INLET Appeal RenewedWhile the United States have a total
BREATHERS (Punt Rut Correction) Investment in their businesses of GULF
DELIVERED IF High Low several $350,000,000.
Venetians
DESIRED Wed., June II I:49 p.m. 11:13 p,m. already
Thun, June 20 have responded to the recent Red
1:48: p.m. 11:51 p.m. THEATREVENICE
PHONE 2312 Frl, June 21 7:94 a.m. 11:23: a.m. Cross Camp and Hospital divi-
4:Si p.m. sion's NOKOMIS LODGE
Sat., June 23 7:51: a,m. 12:42 s.m., appeal for donations of new DINING ROOM
TING DECORATING '28 p.m. 1:10 p,m or used fishing tackle for disabled Week Days Box Office Opens 7 P. M.
Sun., June 23 I U a.m. 1:25: a.m.: veterans convalescing at Luncheon Dinner First Show Starts 719PM.
I 17 p.m. t.35 p.m. Bay 12toap. m. 6toap.m. Second Show Starts 1.45 P. M.
Mon., June 24 I'It a.m. t'09 a.m. Pines and MacDill Field hospitals, 12to2p.in.Sunday Dinner MATINEE SUNDAY
S 10:00: p.m. IU: p.mTue Mr. Charles McG. Roberts, in Closed atoap.m. Box Office Opens t P. M.
.. Monday
June 25 9:11: a.m. 1:5t: a.m charge of the local Show Starts 1:11: P. M.
11:84 p.m. 4:43: pm drive, this
Wed, June 21 ':41 a.m. 3:29: a m week appealed for additional con- TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY:
0 6:89: p:m: tributions. I One Block Weal of Tamlaml Trail' JUNE 1S.1.
"DOLL FACE"THURSDAY
"We sold the piano we had In HOLLYWOOD C.rm.n Miranda Dennis O'Keefe
Dye Apartments our old headquarters here for $30 ApartmentHotelUnder Vivian Blaine Perry Como

West Venice Ave. it Nassau $t. and bought tackle with that 2 to Room New Management Apartments JUNE 20
be VENICE money," Mrs Roberts said, "and Rooms for Transients GIFT NIGHT
$35 to $45, Furnished we have received donations from Special VENICE Summer 3594 Rates ,

P, o. Box q Phone 2715 Carl Obendorf, Tom Lanier, J. J. FRIDAY JUNE. SATURDAY 21-22 \ \
THOMAS Venice Mri B. J. Dye, ManagerFLY Jossart and others
Including the 'THE DALTONS \.
Alston's and I <
Tucker's sporting WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETTE RIDE AGAIN"
goods shops of Sarasota, but we

need many more such contribu-I Gulf Theatre Bldg. ... VeniceDoubleDIP SUNDAY A MONDAY ""-
tions for those boys at Bay Pines JUNE. 93.24
and MacDill Field hospitals." I "THE SAILOR TAKESA

Cruise at 110 M.P.H. With Safety James H. McClellan, Red Cross lee Cream WIFE"
field director here Robert Walker June Allyion
came last weekto Sodas e
i-Proof ERCOUPE Easy to Fly
collect the local tackle dona- and TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
DENT INSTRUCTION AIR TAXI SERVICE tions and has already turned Sundaes JUNE: 25.21

J & J AIRCRAFT, INC. them over to the veterans, Mrs. "LEAVE HER TO
Roberts reported. BreakfaitsLunches HEAVEN"
AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS Gene Tierney Jeanne. Crain
P. O. Box 211 Dinner Cornet Wilds
NICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6306 SEABOARDContinued

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S. Smith, local Seaboard agent, ,
and in Englewood they met with
A Privilege to Live In Florida
Interested In Fred Kruea, electrical contractorof

that community who obtainedmore A Distinction to Live In Venice
than 400 signatures to the

TARPON FISHING? Seaboard extension last petition week.he submitted to H. N. WIMMERSRealtor

Secondly, Kruea received
Phone Venice 2864
acknowledgment of receipt of the
petition from G B. Rice chief
CAPT. BEN DUNN VENICE FLORIDA
freight traffic officer for Sea-
Registered Guide board at Norfolk, Va. Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open GulfrJ

Rice, writing "this matter will
have our very careful consideration -
," advised Kruea that full investigation -

of the extension pro-
posal will be made soon He expressed -
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF-
gratification that so many
residents of this district were interested -
ALUMINUM PYREX ALUMINUM
STEW MIXING FRYING in having the extension Be Lovely
of the line go through. ( ,
PANS BOWLS PANS
TARPONContinued << for the 4thBe


( tram Face 1)
The past week also saw a new

leader in the juvenile division, 15-

I( v year-old Marvin Ulm of Whiting,
Ind., bringing in a 94l.-pounder just it Important n the fireworks display with a flat-
to take the lead away from 10- terlng new hilrityle.' Start with a good permanent, such is a
year-old Peter Sanford Pauley of Helene Curtis Cold Wave, and any coiffure becomes fixed In a y

PA Ceiling Prices St. Louis who had landed one jiffy. Com In soon you'll like our work. Phone 2971 for an

SC--$1.10- weighing 93'A pounds early in the appointment.
Set of 3 OPA CEILING

$1.22 95c $1.10 tumament.Ernie Newman of Sarasota, witha PALM BEAUTY SHOPVENICE

11014-pound catch, is leadingthe l
VENICE LUMBER CO. medium tackle division.

(Cloud Saturday .fternoon", all day Mondays during summer monthl.)
list Venice Avenue, Near Seaboard Depot Venice 2632
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(to a word first M words, ie each
idditlonal word Minimum charge,
FOR DEVELOPMENT I5o. Cash with Ad Special rateelor
more than one Intention of the =
lame ad.) m/ mJONEBEDROOM


FOR SALE

Live broiler all week
CHICKENS-
Venice old. 750 each. Mri J. E Chenault, HOUSE IN
East Myrtle avenue Venice.

WANTED ENGLEWOODOn


WANTED . t e Paved Road
Home AcresWATER

HOUSES TO EXCELLENT CONSTRUCTIONDouble

MOVE OR WRECKPhone Floor' and Siding-Slit* Roof

FRONT HOME SITES 2M2, THOS. J. McNEIL, TWO WELLS
Inquire Club La Tonda, Venice
ONE ACRE OF GROUND

Beautifully Planted, With Over 100 Trees, Including
Only Available Water Frontage In Downtown Orange, Grapefruit, Lemon, Papaya, Guava, Pecans

Venice HAVE YOUR SEPTIC OWNER MOVING AWAY-MUST SELL


1000 FEET ON VENICE WATERWAY BAY AND INTRA-COASTAL TANK CLEANED Estimates NOWFree $ ,500 CASHExclusive


Attractive Prompt Service


Location Price Terms VENICEPlumbing R. H. GEDNEY


See J. E. BARTLETT owner, VENICE ShopC. Gill-McCulley, Inc.
Box 261 VENICE Phone 3311ay
PHONE 2704
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MONDAY, JUNE 24
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TUESDAY, JUNE 25
Venice Bay Trailer Park vi. Palm Grill
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V.nie. N.k.ml. Bank v., Venice Laundry
WOMEN'S Blackburn's Service Station v*. Neetlewood Gilt, Shop
,
Venice Food Shop v. Smitty'1THURSDAY LEAGUETotal

JUNE 27 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26
Li Tends vt Methodists ff L Pins Venice Garage vi. Venice Bowlakade

Nigel' Appliance vt. Baptists Venice Garage .. ..... 11 4 8094 MONDAY, JULY 1

TUESDAY, fBaptists Trailer Park .... ....... 10 S 8444 Venice Garage v*. Blackburn'a Service Station

Appliance VI MethodistsHigel's vi L* Tenda Blackburn's ........... .. 9 6 8251 Palm Grill vi. Venice BowlakadeWEDNESDAY

. Palm Grill ................ 7 8 8068 JULY 1
Venice THURSDAY Laundry vl., JULY Smitly 4 BowlakadeNestle ...... ......... 5 10 7817 Venice Bay Trailer Park v*. Neetlaweod Gift Shop

Venice,Nokoml Bank vi. Venice Food Shop I *ood Gifts... 3 12 7837 MONDAY, JULY S
lifultii l last week: Bumlakude defminl Neitlewood Gift Shop v*. Palm Grill
; TUESDAY, 4Higel's S...I tli: %iK,l Ulft fchup, I to 0, Venice Bay Trailer Park VI. Venice Garage
Appliances vi Smitty'sVeniceNokomis Bank vi. Methodists Black-urn's; :; WEDNESDAY, JULY 10
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,r THURSDAY, JULY 11 Blackburn Service Station v*. Venice Bowlakidt
l La Tonda vt Venice Food Shop FINAL AVERAGES
First Hall) MONDAY, JULY 15
Venice Laundry v*, Baptists Tutal
Games Pins Ahmkvndull \' r, Venice B.wlakado VI. Venice Bay Trailer Perk
TUESDAY, JULY 16 I, T, lark Id 1SS5 li Palm Grill vi. Blackburn' Service Station
Venice rood Shop vi. Baptists ltf 11gu. lilaikliurnK.MKh.l .. 15 1881.6
La Tonda .vi Venice Laundry \'. Garage I i wr 1.1 WEDNESDAY: JULY 17NlltI.w..d
L. Smith' 1', Grill ... I. 0- 1.114K7
THURSDAY, JULY 18 JUnahliurn, \'. Garage Ill Gift Shop ve. Venice GarageMONDAY
Venice.Nokomie Bank VI, Higel \\ rrdr. T. Park .. ... 1: 1m Ild
Appliances JULY 22
T lark 1 16:6 108
Methodists ve. Smitty t'r.n'I; r >urn:" : 967 WJ Venice Oarage vi. Palm' Grill

TUESDAY, JULY 23 .Nel uii, Blackburn i. 15 13394 lug Venice Bowlakade vi Neatlewood Gift, Shop
)'ours, V. liiiniRv 6lurttood 6:6 lug
La Tonda vi Venice.Nokomie Bank lIuMlakade 19 lob
. ,i. Smitty ve Baptists Hullratlawuud .... 15 m= ]u4 WEDNESDAY: JULY 24
Juu V ,Garage 13 f5 m Blackburn' Service Station v*. Venice Bay Trailer Park
THURSDAY, JULY 25 1:;igti>:, NretlcKuud .. 13
HnleI' drill 13 1527 102Mnirr
Venice Food
Shop vi Methodists Nestlem," 920 102
Higel, Appliancei vi Venice Laundry ]lutal.\, T Park ,.: I: b9Itaeburn PALM GRILL
P Orlll ... li 1477 98
TUESDAY, JULY 30 \.lki-rl.; BlackburnCraei 'a 15 1467 9s Margaret Cooper Louise Smii
Venice Laundry vi Venice Food Shop Neitlvwoud t 291 97
Methodists vi. HiQl' Appliances Pratt, Bowlaknd. Park _.. 15 15 1429 t Mabel Surls Jennie Mot

THURSDAY, AUGUST 1Smitty's PTurchlana. Bakade 9 1m YO Mary Lou Raeburn Capt.
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U Ulllluma. N'wood: 12 1063 69
ve Venlee-Nokomie Bank H.buck; .NeBtltwiKxl 6 626 67
Baptists ve La Tonda Adrian, Palm Orlll ? 15 12\16\ 86
AlMKer, BuKlakade 15 1285 hi VENICE BAY TRAILER PARK
TUESDAY, AUGUST I'''''IIt'r, 1'aim Orlll D 778 98
Smitty vi. La Tonda }ianchry, Palm Grill; II 748 n Marjory Adorjan Bernie Po*
Baptists VI V.nlc..N.kom'l VacJteresse, P Grill I 62Sure
Bank Smlmood ... n m 74
THURSDAY, AUGUST SMethodists Lumley, X..I1.\\"ood' 435 ,3 Virginia Ponder Anita Kup
Unduhl, IJmlHkade t) 6J9 a
ve Venice Laundry M hmlth, V. Garage 12 841 70 Mae Wrede Capt.
Venice rood Shop vi Higel" Appliances Itiirwth, Ili',Wlakada 3 207 69
And.ra, JJu\\lak."e' 1\14\ 64

VENICE-NOKOMIS BANK NESTLEWOOD GIFT SHOP

.. Earl Edge Jim Ponder Georgette Duke Penny JU;

Eddie McCracken H. E. Weltz MEN'S LEAGUE Alice Lumley Anne Sai

Herb Bina Moore Capt.
1 Hanchey, Capt. TotalW ,
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r ,. VENICE LAUNDRY Venice Laundry.? 17 4 L 15,130 Pins BLACKBURN'S SERVICE STATION

Ervin Biorseth H. P. Kuykendall Venice Food ......... 14 7 15,159 Helen Volkert 'Puddin Level

<; Joe Carl Biorseth Frank Lanier's Drugs ...... 14 7 14,792 Lois Nelson Melody Man!

Roebuck Fishermen _........... 10 11 14,845

,,.e:'"), J. J. Jossart, Capt. Baptists .............?... 10 11 14,503 'Blondy' Ringo Capt.

b Higel1 Appliances 8 13 14,150

VENICE FOOD SHOP Methodists .............. 6 15 14,302 "T VENICE GARAGE

f f Buford Merritt Ralph Adrian Bankers ........?..??.. 5 16 14,469 Bernadine Dawes Lucille Hantflfl 1
Carl Results last week Venice
Smith : Laundry
Carroll Williams fl.fn.leU JMhiHlUH. 2 to 1. Usher BroW
,. Gladys De Michel Virginia
.)yp nun il 'leai.denk Fond Shop I to
'i., Byron Jones, Capt.SMITTY'S *. Uinler. Drug defeated Ilgel./
e All'fiances, S tu II; Baptists defeatedeiiUe.ukomlii Virginia Jones Capt.
\ ; Bankers, I to 1Jo _
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FINAL AVERAGES
VENICE BOWLAKADEEsther
t Dick Rich First Half)

G. Curwood Smyth Brohard Camel Total Pins Avor Curwood Lee Torchiaa\

Jud Curwood Frank Raeburn Junes.I't! t Soul 12202U m Fanny Lindahl. Pat W1"
Capt. H Duke Methodlm 21 >
Dietrich, HiKi .....? 12 1830 153 151 Evelyn Pratt Capt.
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lul! tri.ri, jo'l.h'mn 12 1819 151 -

f HIGEL'S APPLIANCES Ke>;itt Banker. Venice FOOd 21 3 307J 453 m
Paul U. Curw'>ooI. Lanier'. 15
King 2197 146
Frank Balestrieri J. ('urw,.>
Paul Nave W. B. Surls Zeigler Edge, hankers Baptists. is m m
Kufkendall I 2l 3 Good Luck
Laundry
Ben Dunn, Capt. Wfillame' V. Foal n 2714 006 m ,

Purim IImllh, Fishermen Venice Food 18 15 2568 21U HI 142

LA TONDA l'h.-N. jo'lehrmen I f21 142
Welta, Bankers _
21
Alsa J'unn, Fishermen 2963 HI
Legar 21 2954 141
Raymond Duvall Ponder, Rankers Iii
H. Dietrich IIruhard, Lanier' ...... 21 2121 2946 HI 140
a (To Be Named) Murphy' V. Laundry 21 2925 139 !
l raw furd,
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Tom McNeil Baptista 18 2501
139 Keglers
Nal'e
Capt.BAPTISTS Rich,, Lanier'jo'leh.rmen. 15 20hZ 139
r T. Wrede, bletkodiste U m: m
Arlsm, lJaplla\l 21
1 ; Baptist, .. ._ 21 2839 2821 135
Don McXoII, HI.ol'l 135
Crawford 21 2800
138
Doug Arnall! Itaeburn, Lanlor' 21 2765 133
Fred Nelson Biorseth,
Laundry 21
Harold Zeigler Larsen Baptists ...... 9 2753 1119 131 131

Paul Zeigler, Capt.METHODISTS King.Adrian y'hermen Venice Food 21 18 m m Venice Bowlakade

Legar Hanchey, HIgel'. _.,_ 21 25\12\ 123
Bankers
21 2576
lUrd"nK, 121
51ethooll'l.
12 1480 123
McCracken,
Tommy Birdsong Charles Wrede C Duvall. Wrede, HIqal's,I Methodist Bankers. 21 18 21 m 2164: 120 m And Grill

Barbour,
Herman Duke Il1ge1'1 8a
12 1420
11
Lonnie Blalock IUngo, Fishermen 4 708 8i
l1alock, Ili
Tommy Wrede Capt. Roebuck, Methodists Laundry 21 18 1389 1660 1 IT]i VENICE, FLORIDA

George Botts Jl"1 K 1jI

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