Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00066
 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 16, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
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 )
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
 Record Information
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: UF00079934:00066
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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g Three Tarpon Brought to Docks Here To Circulate !I

lurch As 1947 Tournament Gets Under Way New School't t Ii

Sitefoundations Petition j

HERE'S LIST OF Off to a slow but promising
al- PREVIOUS ; start, with only three ,
|ion the northwesta TARPON PRIZE OF $10,000TOURNAMENT As one result of the recent over- .,
avenue and TOURNEY WINNERS official catches reported whelming 156 to 4 vote by local

r the large chapel during the first 24 hours people In favor of Immediate con

>'. converted into Bakewell.1930-1654 Dayton pounds. W. M the 17th International Tarpon GRAND PRIZE struction of a school In Venice f I
Heaviest fish caught) a delegation from the Venice Business !
|; Catholic Clfurch 1931-141 pounds T. A. Mor- Tournament rot underway 1947 AutomobileOne
being moved in Ison Sarasota Association will attend the "
here and in Sarasota ( of the following: I
1932-157 pounds F. F. Foster next meeting of the Sarasota
Air Buick
y Base. ; Cadillac: Chevrolet:
I". the front half of 1933-13611. Sarasota. yesterday. DeSoto; Dodge; Hudson; Kai- County school board to urge that I'
pounds Dr. Venice Welghmaster Buddy I ser Nash Oldsmobile Packard body to build
1 been moved to the Frank Cary Green ; ; ; an elementary
Bay Wli. i
(Test Venice avenue 1934-132 pounds, Mrs Rlngo reported the first tarpon tiac.;)Plymouth; ford or Pon- school here as soon a* possible. I
brought into "Tarpon Center" tit
Parques, within Charlotte Donnell Sarasotaand RUNNER-UP The delegation headed by City T
Venice Inlet PRIZE
Geneva Ohio. was a 68-pounder
;the church site. $1,000 U. S. Savings Bond Attorney Marion A. B.aswell. ex- .Ai'
-139W tended
pounds W. II yesterday by
of the big cha- McLeod Jr., Tampa. morning LIGHT TACKLE pects to take with It a petition !
Mrs. R. E. Gregory of Sarasota
ved In next week 1936-135 pounds, Dr. Fred First-$200 Bond signed by at least 25 per cent of
of the structure Collier, Trenton N. J.' after a 15-mlnute fight during Second-$100 Bond. the qualified voters of School Dis- j
which her fish Third-$10 Bond.MEDIUM .
1937-1321* pounds Robert Jumped seven
rted. Obtained TACKLE trict 8, which embraces Venice,
A. McGaw Nashville, Tenn. times. She was aboard the 'Iget-
I by the local Cath- First-$200 Bond Nokomis and the farm area to the
1938-147 pounds C. W. em." with Capt. Claire Crandallas Second-$100 Bond. I
on through the Mills, Sarasota and Sodus N. her guide east.
-$50 Bond.
Y. Trustees of District 8. who re- ":'
ilnlstratlon the
1939 Emil NItzsche of Chicago 111, HEAVY TACKLE
-138 N
pounds A. E. Mellon
cently promised to recommend
being placed on a Tampa. also aboard the "Igetem." landeda First-$200 Bond.
the late Dr. and 194o-133 Second-$100 Bond. Immediate construction of a J.,
pounds. C. J.Muir. 69-pound silver king after a
Third-$50 BondWOMEN school In Venice will be Invited I
Albee, opposite Sarasota and Detroit
14-Jump, 25-mlnule battle, but he
Mich. to the V.B.A. delega-
I had failed to pay the $1 entry First-for heaviest fish
1941-137 pounds. N. A.
tlon, which will ask W. P. Hayes t
auditorium Cocke, Charlotte. N. C. fee to the Sarasota County Ang-I caught-$250 Bond.Second$100 .
a city crew is 1946-126 pounds Roger lers' Club and his fish was not Bond. local representative on the coun- I
work preparing Townsend Wayne III. 'eligible for tournament prize BOYS First-OR$200 GIRLS Bond.UNDER 16 ty school board to present its :

1 the large air basely consideration. It was the first Second-$100 Bond. case. r !

used as the of- time NItzsche, who Is 73 years To Start Monday

It will be mov- Tide Tables old, had ever fished for tarpon. Circulation of the petition a }

the south side of VENICE INLET Official Fish No. 2 weighed In step outlined by the state law ass '

avenue, between Date Hish Low at Venice was a 35-pounder WeatheRTFMPERATURE I necessary initial motion when 1
Fri., May 18 10:28 I
d I Avenue des Par- brought In about noon yesterday voters of a school district desire
10:30: pm 4:37p:
Sat.. May 17 10:41 am 4:22: s Elizabeth- RAINFALL construction of a school even ";k
$pproxlmately 37 by 11:36: pm 5:20: p Date High Low Inches though county authorities may
'.structure recently Sun.. May 18 4:51: am Mac Ringo, whose boat Is them Previously reported 0 01 not favor such action will start
10:59: am 6:03 9 .. 79 66 000
: p Fri. May
5 by the city. It con- "Miss Mona. Monday
Mon.. May 19 12:37: am 5:19: a Sat. May 10 84 61 000
auditorium with adty 11:22: am 6:47: pm At Sarasota, Weighmaster I Sun.. May 11 .. 84 62 000 Members of the V.B.A., holding
of about 500. Tue., May 20 1:40: am 5:49: am Howard Cheney reported one tar- Mon. May 12. 81 61 000 a luncheon meeting last Tuesdayat
Her rooms 11:50: am 7:33p: pon caught yesterday a 60'j Tues., May 13 ... 84 59 0 00 the Palm Grill heard a report I
Wcd., May 21 2:49: am 6:01: a Wed. May 14 ... 84 60 0.00 I :
her major improve- m pounder landed by Hollis P. Bam from Carroll Williams member of I
12:23 86 64 000
: pm 8:24: p I Thurs. May 15.
ton cage two) Thu., May 22 1:01: pm 9:20: p (Continued on page three) Total to date this month 0.00 (Continued on page five) .,'


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; Local Scout Troop toM P.-T.A. Installs Officers, Names
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AFTER YOU HAVE Hold Court of Honor I Summer Activities Committee asasSSi!

READ THIS COPY At Beach Monday Night '
t the hstory of the Venice-NokomIs tome .... .
the first. time o.D o.
Mat bog: PIIUU'-A
., OF THE GONDOLIER, Troop 28 of the Bay Scouts 01 f r Assoc alon that a man has been at its head BaU c--and eta.nk Sa.v.:
.J'\ Parent-T.achei installed as president quackmte... mte rre I
was .
i I WHY NOT MAIL IT Aml'ricailI hold its next meet E. Sov.en of :Nokomis' last Tuesday night. 'I.ulm'boct 1Oi,
: atavepIt today last D.Do..
i TO SOME FRIEND Ing at 7 p n next Monday at theUP of the o.gar *at.nn
!, Venice Beach Casino. It'a' an The camony. a'I r.ded by
i t! NORTH? pounced ns\erda b>' Scoutmaster more than I{0 peisuns. was held i CHURCH
: : -
:n the audlte:mm of \'tnlceOom I SHOES
: Robert N. Larsen. ,* Hiih SC'hool11th made 'Cortinued from page one) FIXED
The quarterly Court oJ Honor AM furn.Kid to the P.-TA. mcrt work was stalled yesterday WII.LE
SAVEFRIDAY to which the public i IC im l'ed -i,1 pon or,d high school band. dl.dd afternoon on the new al'-ln-th! YOU

!''I;: NIGHTS be h Id at 8 pm Raymond Edt b% Pa.l Ooid nt*.n clt\" road to Venice Inlet A WAIT

WIll iecei.! ,' h.s Eakl bade i O.l1t'r off; H FOR BIGLEGION In addi:;on to Bow,n who; uc- Dele'sSh>ei g gw
hit '.
t m tetan Iling in a roadway
., Ceded Mr A L Bia'ock! as preiri Fbe bias
foundation at the scuth end of (Von [,dares
t ctr
J :' the co\lm.;; i o
I Hicel
vtmiE CALLVenice tailed'F he lagoon near
I .1 ":.-t I.(,foP"'> <1\nt Homer The n.'v.' road to be completed j 1 1.n I r
\ AT K.MITU.TIn I. J.kFl I.; .' vrd \.,'. -p.t .dn', about 90 days. will run betweeni
V ff'.R +
Plumbing Shop
_. ,.. 8:00: lOMCHTi ..11Dv.cI.Y Ptfc. ter.an .' toon and the beach.
Box II. Venice Phone 215 .IV;,:ic.a: AcJ, r;;,:. 'rca't.rcl:
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I SUMMER 1 RATES NOW m EFFECT : a. tl;.. ".p..tment o: ., '
n111.e 't' t:a\* \::' i Iii,;' :cC HOWL .
::2.00 11.111 I II :. : p. ,. 1:1'
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And Grill l

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; 1. i k I 2<)) feet t f In 20 1 feel . c-,nO.I"" n"}. 1 j., n Dye.CJri5ETS. .. FREE
I : H.'j'. Un.t .., .
: L......c \\ .o l.. r." i.' E '1.
'I I 1 Ths: includes! moving; buding:! to >cur lot, ,'. Ha.:

pacing! on new foundation, 2 coats paint, n" TROMBONE: Jo' Bmotd .',,, 'I!: DRY CLEANIN
strip shingle roof harJwocd .I,.\ I fU:: E'"I.''t Pmt
: floor'rj: r.c:::*. !:ri
siding CLARINETS E.. :! n Ana l. a.
tit M .01 M.kt'f'lJ.i CI.us; W.nn': :
uric B .i.. Mu'...,., : D.x'. h Cebiation! of Our Tenth Annie:

..1'; :.%......1. ( Rot In
: n1..d %Il" Dus: ci
ness in Venice During the week
i ; P. L. Haynes .I'll.
FLUTE 19 24 \\e of I
; : Ir S ut.man will do FREE Any Arrest
I 4 BELLS: B .. Z.. ,
:: >.l. \jiIk ; .
: :
I ,; Venice: Army An Baser :. reel Clearing: ; brought: in to Our Shop by Anyone

1'i/ ,"I., I II TLBA: item' r :.ik. .11! l.n( acc.J'r.g to our cords One of Our C
I ,)\enct..v.Jtm..--......< .UI.. was
fl r DRl'MS: Fi.; Da..d.. O"'f treys Dum3 Cur First Week In Business! ,'.
V ';a 1 Betty Jv:1m,1 n. Cl\'! .. E.-
I { 'r' I .lo.t'. 1".otl.l 8'.1111:11. 1722 1937.

;, I, V E I I ft' LAND I \1OUV: Ronni kill 1.PI'NOACCORDION I I.

I : W.i.,111
: .,J a.rer.' .. jo.cpl!;. A'so, "0 IN CASH Will Be Given fc:

f GUITARO'i---- '-Bum-.. .< TH.II0 .. FIRST CUSTOMER We Had 10 Year k
\ : MOII:':': TI.at Customer DL) '
1 Comes In ANY TIME
cor MPANYRegistered and Vw;i or C.i'n-ul:
: I ... ;.itwaa: Tall ,.a,; a:1: d I. TIle Week May. 19.24 1947.
coley as UC:8 of 1:.. mo the '
0 .1.s:
Jcriijp: Ch naut: 1001nr.
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d c.f'r; :'..laI\| '. I
", : Kca!! >:uie" Backer :Your; Ci: nault a M,' ,me \fter CLR; PrICES 10 Yra. Ao O

'I. I an of \\'cl'id W i: II. ';I.d _
men'h, 0l'e. ",,4tral PLAIN DRr,3EEa; ... ........... .. 75c ti
on \
l ,.J'ma Guam and .n PclplI IAD1FCOTs .......... ...... 75c Cr
JI\ I.t 'powIsteTr.!: : : .'.\. to Bin' YourRomcsiiC China. BLOl-ES .. ... .... ..... ... tOrltFXS 0

Stirs .... .. 75c: '
." : :" ; I h: VeniceAiiivclic a :MENS TROUSERS ... .. ......... 2 for 75c W

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; Loir: ; for fde: -
I Venetian

.1'I ,. :If Prices Kcaponabls! I

Why endure the to tune of Carl Obendorf
akin Itchier
f'i other ext.'a tormenting an"
K Irrlt.llub8
i tasteful users allover when
tellers of U.S 4.
PhoT 381 Imerald 011.blessed relief front fOOD"are e Z'S Phone |

., "In Bu'meM To HtJpI'II'd 'n '. I" r ,. .*. lour today Get a money U tlDall 310 as bottle directed back from for your Just drultlrltt 10 "rll're West .

satisfied Auk for Moonno! t to :'daysy Oil: A.';. 2671


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GONDOLIER: Page Threes

WOMAN'S CLUB I Soil Conservation ing such a district Is to furnish

NOW VOTING ON Venice general farmers, and vegetable

CLUBHOUSE SITE Men's 1 Election Set cattle and citrus producers with

iliary A special meeting of the Ven- an organized and more effective
For 26A
I/- ce-Nokomls'Woman's Club waS medium for planning and cany- I
;colorful cere- held at their new headquarters
I Ing out soil and water conservation -
e i auxiliary of Community Hall above the dull Venice Food .......... 13 special election to determine
I of the Amer- Theatre, last Tuesday morning. Venice Laundry... 11 whether or not a soil conserva- 1
Adrian's ......-........ 11 tion district will be established
installed last Purpose of the meeting, which Smlttys ................ 11 embracing all of Sarasota County I
n't Venice Air drew an attendance of 10, was to Earl's .................?... 10
discuss various sites for the or- R and R ... ............ 8 except the two; southeastern
tanlzatlon's J and J ............ .... 7 townships, will be held on Monday
carce of Fort new clubhouse. Bal Hlgel's ....... .. ....... 1 May 26, It was announcedthis
dent, was the loting on sites Is now going on, /
Week's week by County Agent W
with final votes due to be cast Tuesday May 13,
E Evans.
i tomorrow, reported Mrs. Helen Sporting Goods
11 were: Preslst -
In this area, the polling place ,i
Duncan publicity chairman. 3-0; Venice Food
vlce-presi- Results J 21. will be located In the office of the
e: second vice- of the election are slated to defeated Venice ; Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Welcome To The f

kendall: secPhyllls be announced next week by Mrs. Smlttys defeated Commerce and all landowners are

Curry; Ardrla M. LePelley, president. eligible to vote. The polls will be R CLUB.I ,

Illams; asslsti (Complied(Including games to ) cpen that day from 8 a m to 5
i'Wolf. Andrew Malanca League "' ) p.m.Evans Pool Candy Cold Drfnk j

of the Sara O Curwood, Smltty's said the object in creat ,

e i briefly of the Chosen to Go Stoner Earl's ............ J
J. purwood, Smltty's
J's need for To Boys' StateAndrew 0 Burkett Adrian's Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet? 'J
Jossait '
Venice :
Jones Venice Food ... COME IN LET US SHOW
following the Malanca, IS yearoldson
Oakley Venice YOU THIS, PLANE THAT i
ents were servfurnished of Mr. and Mrs, O. M. Ma
by lanca of Myrtle avenue, Venice Leger Adrians ......... d
rls A. Bedard oflln yesterday was chosen by his junior I J. C. Biorseth. V. .SEE VENICE FROM THE AIR PASSENGER HOPS $1.50. '

) and piano. classmates at Venice.Nokomis Nave, Earl's ..........-.. See Beautiful Venice and Ne.rby Gulf Coast From the Air
Dietrich. R and R ... LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONSGovrrnmentApproved
High School to attend the American I
Kuykendall, Venice Continuous Enrollment
k Legion Boys' State In Tallahassee Brohard. Smltty's ..... School 1

I, PASSEDIn next month as the representative E. Keys. Venice Food J & J AIRCRAFT INC. ;
of No-Vel Post No 159. Williams Venice
construe- Malanca Is oneot Hilton R and R ... F. O Joyner P. O. Box 291'E.. T. D.nfc.m J'
t cut" highway the top Ve. Duke Higel'l ............. VENICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6306
and Arcadia No-Hl athletes and a leader in J, Burkett, J and J .. :
ftearer comple. various activities at the school. Adrian Adrians .... ..
ben the House Last week Virginia Bowden Arnail Smlttys ...... I
Ires passed HBpates daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. S. Adoijan J and J .... INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE
the prostate Pappas Smitty's .... .
t highway Bowden of Venice was chosen to 1 V. Biorseth. V, 4 VENICE FLORIDA i I
w goes to the attend Girls' State at Tallahasseeas Koogler. R and R .- :

the representative of the auxiliary Shanley, J and J ... Home ite On B.y And Gulf Investment Properties ,
Luckey J and J .... Rentals
of No-Vel Post No 159.Line Acreage Farms -
Archer Venice Food I
J. Keys Earl's .. lT 1
Mack R and R ......... III i
, Weltz Venice Food
Earl. Earl's ... .......... (Incorporated) t
ECTRIC HOT WATER HEATERS Bouchard, HIgeU .. .. Registered REAL ESTATE Broker
I PUMPS Copper Pipe and Fittings Nelson. Higel's ........... Box 261The.tr. Phone 3311
SEATS 2 Piece Open or Round Burls Adrian's ........... :::1
Vl\mlllm Building VenIce, FU. I
ACCESSORIES and TRIM Lewellyn. Adrian's II I
Hodgin. Hlgel ... .
e Estimate and Contract Any Size Job Fenton. Earls ... ..

Joyner J and J .. I

Hollywood Apt.-Hotel Bldg. Phone 2086 219 W. Miami Are. ,
An. Phon. 2665 1':1Ji.'p'I
Plumbing.That Will Stand Inip.clion" MERCHANT TAILORING: i
(Continued ham UPHOLSTERING, Cluninllt-Made-to.Order UphoUt.nug i,
Slip Covert, Drapes, Etc.-General Sewing
con of Sasasota
REFRIGERATION Vatui'm (Cleaners Uash'ng! Machines,
minutes after the And Other Household Appliances Serilced.

tournament. Bacon PAINTING-Bru.h or Spray-In and Outside Building.
Big Pass channel Furniture Carpenter Work.

"Drone B," Capt.
r guide, boated his THIS SUMMERWatetlox
In tests conducted by independent minutes. The fish ;
researchers, the times. -
repellent materials in 2-
KAY Regular Repellent were
found to be 11 times more
effective against certain VENICE POST
species of insects that
annoy man most. The Army Mm. Dorothy fields.
repellent was found to be INCOMING
three times more effectivethan II :SO nm I ,I
2-WAY against other Sunday. 1130 \,
species We nave combined OUTGOING
T SO ..m.
2-WAY Reg'ufar'Repelleint gundir, tll I.:5
with U.S. Army Repellent Window oiwnt r.,.. .
materials to give maximum .Ioon", Him. to t
order II m to S 81
repellency against all .11 ..ln. II ..
types of insects. ,..m. J

Ask for 2-WAY Special Repellent.
Protect your children and yourself
bites.against disease carrying insect .r7EASONS s

increasing } : 'f
NAJiH i KINSELLA CABS Snaa Back .........t..J< I. "

t. iq bend, St. LOUIS Mo. ;
Fine For Wood :

PLASTIC AGET Waterlox Transparent emphasizes: the beauty of
wood, locks out water, resists acid fumes and salt air.
& EQUIPMENT CO. ir i It stands up under extreme heat and its Ingredlnet t
NOKOMIS PHONE (713JBSCRIPTION ; t Tung-Oil adds years to the life of your house. e :

To secure the most satisfactory and durable per
formance use \\aterlox as a vehicle, with color pit
Designed to ) ment for a stain!
ORDER D simple headache

discomforts of ON SALE AT' .

DOLIER, Measured doses

U form for quick Taylor Hardware 'f

. Proof of merit .
i send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one mula over -

... Standard U 8. P. Plastic Boat & Co. !
, _....?..?.._..., six months ($1.50) _...................., "O Laboratory tested Age Equipment
(75c) ............._....... la prlof range
lubscrlptions must be paid in advance) 1:1' Wo and 3110 sizes o

.. Cautions Use only Lanier & MoremenFLORIDA ,
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praMltr .. .",L..nh.a!.II wnta
and "one ,/a
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,.1 do not agree with a word 1 fO' but I will defend I S( wee Ie .....Eo.1.-.4 SoA
Pl' ..... a.ndar ashy
i; with my Hf.e your right to say it. -\ TAmE ,.'.. cup 1.a .
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... Publi.h.d livery Friday. Editorial and business offica 313 Wes
Venire Aunua, Venice, Florid. p, 0. Bu 632. Phone Venice 3H1.. FIRST SAfTtsToj
; "bass.' )
i l1,11 l | ('SfM
qy'! $ a.m I '.
: Entered .. .tc.n<|.cl. matter June 6, 1948. .t the post office i } a...., .Mo.;' a.. ..*, ,,
.1 Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. T C:3n:'e ., '< 'rl'
p.n E .owe
Subscription rates: One year, $2.50; sis! months. $1.50; themonths tt pears W adnedo to, wo,1a
I : .1 75c. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20
,i dii; I cent per word for each additional, word. _ OSPREY RoPTIST

H. WILLIAMS Editor and PubliiKtr Rev. J. N. Hu,41
If HELEN WILLIAMS ... ... Office Maiui"CARROLL Mornin to a,:m.. Ldar 4 ,lea,,
1 s 1
: : Evening ..ea On,.,
) pr.tr we<
I ,* "; 'HOT' FLYERS
I ST. M UK'S CHL'tNRiviera th

I I'c, : believe in "personal liberty,"-but imt whenit St. and p_

endangers someone else's life. 'Dr.:4& Loon a n H.1.1|aka ft*
U s.... M h
Four times within the past month or so, irresponsible isiaCtit.RCH

i criminally] thoughtless airplane pilots in Sarasotu!:I \ soles' A.OF..U I

County have been caught "buzzing; houses, autos :anJji i t BUT I'ttL'OUkAMEt% AM NOT YOUR. :-a II .R....... C.C I., Jm.ru a.M.
II'+ ople.'e do not know how many such "buzzinjjs" I CM THE WAY HOME/ TU p ... I'- '''biO'
Tburwal. n, I.
i I ;; occurred where the pilot was not caught. Service.rrid.r.i i m tens,

; The latest case occurred a few days :ago when :a I If VENICE CATHOUC'

pilot swooped down a truck farm of Sarasota Cull h..,... Vfl,.,
I upon on a east LETTERS To 1 The EDITOR V_

I ,II : once too often. Misjudging his clearance, he hit (Note The Gondolier 11111 br glad to print Itttrn of general t ..II.....M.I'...L. t...,nMt

I JL clump of palmettos, sending his plane crashing into f l intrrrst hrn. as anti If parr permit Please keep them
short. Anonymous letters will l not be considered. H.werer,
'! the truck, according to Acting\ Postmaster Jesse Tucker If the writer desires to hate only his Initials or nom de plme, RADIO:

I :;t' of J irasota, who was: quoted as saying the incident oc- such a. "A Readff published. The Gondolier will be happy REPAIRED
r to oblirr.1) I OPEN II AM TO,
I {'tITTfJ on hiS ranch an.1 that he saw the entire :tffair. ,

I'. Fortunately, the driver of the truck AND: HIS Colonl. N. J to write and tell you what a help '

i': ;' I THREE CHILDREN escaped serious physical injury, Editor, your "Tide Tables" for Venice Inlet IN'Venice

although what the shock of such an experience did to Venice Gondolier have been during the past
winter. I know it takes a lot of
: their Dear Mr.
nervous remains WilliamsCongratulations :
systems to be seen. time to calculate these tables for

I j The pilot was only slightly injured, although the lier li most welcome- The each Gondo-ueek. Venice Inlet but after hearing RadioPhone i
many references made to the mtSI
rJ.ln was badly damaged. May you continue your good tables. I know there are many 01 W, \rnire Alt
I I A few days earlier a Nokomis work, also may the near future
dbtrict pilot "buzz" 'your readers that constantly re-
ed"" bring forth your dream a larger
the :
school. As punishment, he fer to them.
I paper for Venice
giving more
,I I t "grounded" for 90 days. home news.' Also. I wish to tell you that Business

I Such a punishment however Please find my check for your "Weather Report are AND
i. r : our flying friends t tell another greatly appreciated and a* time
us means little! in year's sub>mpton.
I : i: the case of an ama'teur pilot who passes will prove very Interesting ProfessioDirectoq
really wants to fly, because we're told, they usually can cess Wishing, you the greatest suc In making comparisons.
I find a sympathetic fellow The "Gondolier" ;
'i :aviator who will take them up Mrs. Fred H. Alb-e makes Interesting
in a plane as a "passenger" and then turn over the con ---0- reading; in the North durIng 1rNppv

'! trols to them once they are far up "in the wild blue Venice. Fla. | the summer months and help
I yon one keep abreast of what' JAMES E. BUM
I der" safe from detection. My Dear Mr. Williams! : lOIn
I a At any rate, 90 days" is not) I could not leave Venice for the on.My zos st. AUTO*
very long time. summer without the only suggestion would be Ph .j Office $:51-l
I 1. We know assurance that in the future Hours: 10.12.2 $ that that I would you give morenews
airport get a weekly reflection
operators, such 1 Thursday and Sill
; as the "
as cur own Floyd Joyner of J. and J. Aircraft Vin I as to what Is going on here "coming and going
1:: through particularly of resident of both
I cent Fette, of Fette Aircraft the Gondolier, and to
I : Corporation, frown on this Venice and Nokomis In
end I enclose otherwords
my chf'Ck fora ROOPIIIon
- deplore these incidents as much as of f renewal a "Personal" column
any at K
11' I' Roof Woik
I :' us, for what hurts aviation in general, hurts them, too. trust by this time the root both communities. I.r I. ALVIN P. W

II E I It has been suggested they might refuse to permit any of your publication have become Yours for further ,success Phone WBy
"grounded" so deeply George J. WulockPINES
I pilot to go up in one of their planes imbedded that in
:a "passenger.:' course It will blossom Into a daily I
. tribune of the news.Sincerely.

'. "cooled Personally, we think these "hot" flyers ought to be HOTELVENICE
a little more forcefully John P. Wright FLORIDA
If "punishment to fit the crime" is really!! ----0-
sought W
I we suggest permanent revocation of the offending pilot's Editor, Telephone Fan and Steam Ural

T license AND: THAT OF ANY "FRIEND" ALLOWING: Venice Gondolier. Special Reduced Summer Rates Now In I V
I PLANE. $15 Per Week Single $25 Per Week E
. Or do we hato wait until one of these "buzzards"actually Recently I sent you check for I COCKTAIL LOUNGE 8CJ
: crashes into a home subscription to the "Gondolier"for
or car and
wipes out
i tire the
; family before we take action ? second' year. At that time
I was busy, and did not have time Phone VENICE SIM for Ren tioniCHURCH
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NED Set for 23An JOB PRINTINGVenice 'I'
( from page one) May

its school committee, on results of examination for license for Gondolier

the unofficial school poll it had "Journeyman Plumber" in the PHONE Sill
rde. U each 313 WEST VENICE AVENUE I

.mttm special charge rata, recently conducted.In City of Venice will be held at the ..." .......... ". ..,,...... 44.4 1 1I
rtloa ol the addition to the landslide city hall at 7 pm, Friday, May

? up accepted to ( ever rm, vote In favor of immediate con- 23, it was announced yesterdayby I YCt 1 I7f f f 7lt7flf R I

1 understanding struction, rather than waiting for City Supervisor Phillips H.

it Payment building costs to go down, Williams Mallory It will be given in three A Privilege to Live In Florida f

reported the poll showed 84 parts written test, plumbing A Distinction to Live, in Venn
E preferred that an elementary layouts, and a manual demon-

school be built first, 35 wanted a station
1941 Indian, H. N. WIMMERSRenltor j'j'II
Pence 9471 high school first, and 39 voted in Anyone expecting to take the :
favor of both an elementary and examination is asked to advice I
typewritersVenice a high school here. Mallory or either of the two other I I ''

i h oppo-I Williams also called attentionto members of the examiners' board, I VENICE FLORIDA ::1'I

the furore now raging over the J, J. Jossart or Hiram R. Ide, J
R" I Where the T.m.mi Trail Meet the Open
nursery state and Manatee county plansto i,
dress. All fur- Charm Bowlers
1 etc, Ready for close down the Palmetto High Receive Beauty g IDiTh'! ;111Jt':1L! : w.. ilJ:: !Lt [m i JhJW1i1H: ll ,
15, Call 2083 School, consoliiiatln it with Bra- TrophiesWith --

S> two months denton High Stan Richardson actingas I

for a child Protects already have been: master of ceremonies: members -
111 make fine lodged again the proposal by of the Women's Bowling VENICENOKOMISBANK !
eft to choose
mules, $10 the Palmetto Mtrclum Associa- League championship Chum

cod road, four tion, the Palmetto city council, Beauty Salon team last Saturday
am'aml'! Trail parents of high school students, night received individual golden p/

and property owners. trophies at the Bowlakade I
3YS bicycles Among their objections was the Richardson also picsnnted a :

dr&weis Sev assertion that such a move would large trophy, likewise donated by VENICE FLORIDA

one 2663. not only be bad for Palmetto stu- Jim Keys and George Botts of the "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member

Must sell dents, but that it would do Irreparable Bowlakade, to Trixie ,Nelson and Ii

land.ED harm to the city of Luclle B:alock, sponsors of the
of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp
Palmetto, hurting its land valuesas team

veil as Its business life, and Mrs, O. S. Bronson accepted a Maximum In.urnn-e I j'
BED house to discouraging both winter Us;ton miniature "booby prze" trophy $5000 For Each Debtor C5000 ;
bedrooms InMl awarded the h t Palm Oilll
and permanent residents from -place
or see Billey
'off ce. coming to Palmetto: squad I

!Same Principle:
"In principle," Williams &clar- ,
DT IN, Muck, ed, "Palmetto and Venice are
Louis Adorjan d
fight Ins: for the fame thing, In
PaJm tto's case, they are fight- ii,

and Cesspool ing to retain their school In !I I"j'

derv pumping our case, we me gluing to ob- '
Bonable rates,
t, Phone 9471, tain one,
----- 'The same arguments: Palmetto t
i advances in its battle to keep

its school can be used with equal .i',

age force by us in our fight to get a ,

FARMS tchool"

After a brief discussion, VBA, f,
& 350.00Itomach
members unanimously toted In 1
e favor of Finn CA,pci',ens' motion :

that the association Instruct ill
E DEED school committee to present the .I,

poll results to the county school
for abstract
board at its next meeting and reQuest -

the board to take Immediate -

steps for construction of an

elemental school in Venice
V i
The motion also authorized the i
committee to circulate a petitionin
District 8 requesting such Immediate ;:

construction of an ele-

minutes or mentary school here, and akn1
pionejr back the county school board to make
Somme, painful mifforit financing its HERE'SHOW
mrtbutn, dortori u.u.llr arrangements for
I nrdlflnrt, knnwn tot bond issue, If "
KM lib Ihott In H II uu cost Including a
Tut brines c.mt n In I
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'm'" SOFTBALL TEAM For quickDOUER re,*

State Survey II Coming Events I TimiS LAND 0' SUN, 16-4 ClassltktkMidget

t Shows HeavyTraffic Pounding out I I hits, the Venice softball squad last C11
in league
its first victory
HereI FrlcUv ;May 16 Wednesday: night won Park in Sarasota in taking the
at Payne
Legion public : play 1hL
i g pn American prelitninari nine into camp 16 to 4.
1 I on U S 41, the Tamiwn party. I..MI dining room Public I Pinks) O' Stun Creamery:
Trail. Just north of Venice,, will meet Altman'
: invited The locals
ippjTMmated 400 vehicles per 18 I night at I
J :xuncUv" ;MAY Chevrolet next Monday SUNDAY CAME:
*io during the peak of travel in \" l Jan.r" February and March of i I 230 pm softball game. on +17.30 at Payne huilei Joe EdWards Co.:Manurn Grad Taylor
diamond best
vs Bantoni: the l le.iue' and 'Kin" Klncald announced -
.. :)u< \< rTc slated to be on the mound"
East Venice avenueMundav I yesterday that their
i 24.hour average numbl'rii' '
4tf : :Mae 19 for the Sarasota team. Venice Softball squad will
iJ ,, ; filthcle* during the heavy winter 7:30: p.m Sarasota Countycuitball i: Byron Jone hurling for Venice I plat a practice game with +
t season wa recorded at 4150 !! league Venice v,. Altman l last Wednesday night BUntont of Sarasota on the Y.e
hour of heaviest traffic Sarasota. four batters and only walked ) 1 4)1n
jut tt': Chel'l'olel. Payne; Palk. out local diamond off East Venice
't: "41 icing between 10 a m. and 6 I TuiMUv :stay 20 two He alw turned petting in a double a good and Jobat I I Ii avenue at 2:30 this Sunday i/ t 11, >II't aa q,

Total for those hours wa council the plate. afternoon.
J J.rr. 8 \; m. Venice citY official times at
i a triple in foul
2:.B'b e hicleOT m ?:,. cal': 1 hall. in four run I
bat. He drove
,I ..:e Trail Just south of Ven- Buck tthlfikei Venice catrl irLgo VISITORSState
: nee. c'n the came period, the D,\:.or of Research aid Record : himself three for four and Road Commissioner and
I .' U 8 41 traffic totaled 2350e- of thState Road Depaitmet Jim Oaklcv. shortstop. and Cli.- :Mrs Courtney Campbell of Clearwater ANY DAT'S 1RTO
"f., )kh 1 ,)11' 24.hour period I Please bear In mind" Paiketad. i ton TaMor third bastman were guests at the El Patio 11nB
r'. I T.tattstic. were furnished I .,edBach. the figures quoted pounded out doublet Hotel over the last week-end.
.1 i .I Par : \ B,'ach. secretary of the ao\: .. ale: from the rural section I Rowe on the mound for the While here they visited Mrs. and B

,i Venu.N.knmis, ( Chamber of : on eith i 1 'r, side of Venice. We do i luckless Land 0' Sun team struckout Tlielma Tresher former ownerof 305 IV. Ie ,rVetrke
Cam-e thin week by Division :not I IH' am traffic information
I, five men, but pave: up seven the El Patio and I friend of
Exit:: ;. : \\' M Parker of the t o.ih the city lt-elf. the I long standing

I I f --...............i ii...;....."..,.,...;.,,..............-..,...........-...-.......Y............................................................................,...,...1 valks Venetians, Errors accounting were numerous for four I' ..rrrrrr..rrrr.r.r......--.----------.-.-,-,-# ........

)! :' i Legal Advertising I II I and coven chances.SaraSota Box players Score bobbling i Tate's Mark]

I I I Ii ,
I! Oaklt'Y, Fs 4 3 1
: Starting with its June :: > i i i'HIS, The I Gondolier i ti Amger, Ib 4 I 0 Englewood, Florida Phone 3

!:: be qualified to accept .IIi 1 t 1 pex of lexil\( :idur- ti Taylor 3b 3 4 0 i Specials for Friday and Sat
4 3 3
I I f ,,:x, it the rates I'rescril1'! I I': state: law.i : : Whitaker c 2Jone
Stephens. If.r 4 2 MAY 15th and 16th

i I I In order! to qinlitv ;i> ,.t Ls'il ulxatiMiisj: nun I: p ." 4 I 2ltanklnc. : ,
.1:. ::1 i ne\\'vp iper must hike publisheJ for S: coin- Key<, 2b 4 0 0
i Tall Milk . . 3i
:..:i\ weeks asl: 'seciuul! Jt :' mail: W.\ilter' pill- Ff'ntol1. I'f I 2 1 o. 0

c r. ::;"n. under the Florid Ltws. With nur June ', ; I'Shanley. If I 0 0 Ii POPULAR BRANDS Ctn. PITTED TIE t
JI'l1km I'fi 0 0 0
j.Y. ,. I j....... The I Gondolier will hive implied with tint [ Cigarettes $1.77\| Cherries ,

:. : fi .; :Mil;emInmuiJi. i Totals. 36 16 11

't :i* the I Usril; 1% alisin? rite are: set SII SIII i Altman. 51 .. . .. .. 2 0 0 Del Monte Coffee . .l
.! i'a r.. -:. it-1 I.l\\ and ire the sime in all newspapers, we ,I Blackstock, e ... ..... 3 0 0
'.\ .d} much if when.'erIll !i! R. Kirkland, :2b! .. .... 3 0 1 u. s. NO 1 II Lbt PURE BUfKBEUJ
x it very i I Seymour. 3b .. ..... .. 3 1 1
I J! : "::.lsjn i i, to insert a: le'rtl: ";1.1," \ou will think xr1 I Pur-er. rf .. .."" 2 0 0 Ii! i Potatoes . 45c Jamb] .tIN

I, I fi c t I h. (', 'ndiler_ : YHur ittnrnej will he ?hd i \III< IiI I Barton Ib .. ...." 2 1 IIi TOMATO: SAUCE 1 11:

,I i'I/ r ...v. :!ie: .i ti'.. rtisin with u*. if %flU will\ nqm.-! ?iitit ii I Frank Rowe. P If 3 I 0 1 0 II I Heinz Baked Beans ..
If"If"i' 00 "
; x h'l:t !, -I.j ". SI I Water,. r' 2 I 0 ,

; : ii I P a:oy,'nor .I'f I 0 ti J :Mts-ILMlNS: ; No 2 Can j VELEFTIitZ \
I :a in": :. nil.! 2! IVatane.c ,. I
\ Ii 1 n II
Apple Sauce 16c
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;; EJilur.Pul'lbh..r.1 S'II j I The line .,ore:
> Soap Powder
z I S! ii Venice 340 351- 16 0 0 0 0 0 '

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