Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00120
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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: May 27, 1948
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
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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: UF00079934:00120
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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3. NO. 13


,IWarren Whips McCarty !
'estotniktesigns TO GRADUATE NEXT WEEK K II,

By 21,000 Votes in
Comprising one of the largest graduating' Classes In the history 1 .H

of Venice-Nokomis High School. 17 boy, and !girls of the senior claw

this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock will attend a baccalaureate service Race for GovernorFuller

at the Venice-Nokomis Melhoaisi Church t" ; : i fi:, ;

Commencement exercises for the class I
of nine
girls and
lie! of Police Gerald L. eight Wan en. 43-yeai-clc Jacksonville attorney and World War f
boys will!! be held next Wednes- I
err}' Pestotnlk yesterday sub- I II veteran defeated Dan McCaity for the Democratic nomination for 4 '
day evening June
I 2, at 8 clock. or,
resignation to Houghton Roebuck: message I In last
ited his MayorIs In the auditorium '' governor Tuesday's second primary election by a margin of i ,
] Suter and the city council. ithool "God's Formulae for Su.*- more than 21.000 vote latest returns showed thl mornIng. ro.iV: i

hlef Pe totnlk, in his letter of Cla Members: ford cess" the Rev D. Campbell Craw- [ Virtually complete state-wide tabulations gave Warren a total ,'It-I XI H j:

,nation, recommended ap- I ; recessional PriMl's: i of 296,967 votes to MCCarty's \\.Ii r
Sponsored by Mrs. Pearl Plum- March" Mrs. J. A. Hightower. I
litmcnt of Night Officer Herb I J I
mcr, the Class of '48 consists of. Graduation Program I
ehej as his successor. PeiInlk With Democratic nomination in
Bettye Zelgler President; Andy Program for next Wednesday's LOCAL RESULTS Jo ,
has been chief of police! Florida tantamount to election
Malanca vice-president, Jacqueline commencement exercises will Include .
re for the past two and one- PRECINCT NO. 6 Warren is slated to take office ;
Boldt secretary-treasurer: : '(. 'f
tf previously havingo next January. .
Gladys Bean Maxine Halvoiscn. Processional, Miss Peggy MeOlnnls (O Pl't'y.'amo'Warren ) ;'
t member of the military Favored MiCarty ,
at Venice Army Air Base Betty Evans Virginia Bowdsn, pianist: Invocation the ... ...... .... 11) f
|ice Sarasota County gave a majorIty '
Letter Yolanda Lee Briley Sue Ann Rev. George. Harper: salutatory McCartv ... ....... .... Si of Its votes to McCarty 3,064, I I
Everett, Marilyn Mikesell, Paul address, Virginia Bowden: piano
[The chiefs letter of resigni *- Melroy, Edward: Keys. Owen Con- solo Mrs. J. A. Hightower; vale Burton .. ...... .. .. .... GJ as compared to Warren's total of r

was as follows: I way, Otis I Bronson. Raymond dictory, Paul Melroy; presentation Ervin .. .. ....... ..'........ 57 :J211 r kIn
Hon, Mayor and Members of the southern end of the Ii
I Edge, Joe Carl Biorseth ard of award Principal Homer
i Council: Roland Chapman ... .. .......... .. C? county, the Osprey-Vamo district ,
I Franklin. Mikesell; presentation ot !diplomas -
I'Due to a long-standing desire Principal Homer E Mikesell Verman Kimbrough. county Justice .. ......... ............ 82 was the only section favoring I
mine to be able to work !short- II Warren; Venice, Nokomis Laurel ,
better I announces the program for this superintendent of public Instruction Hobson .. ,.. .............. 29 / t
( hours and for pay Sunday evening baccalaureate "Salutation to the Dawn.. and Englewood all backed the t.
by respectfully request that ; Walker .... ...... .... 21 loser In the gubernatorial race. 11i :1I
service will Include: poem by the Class of 48, bene- !
accept resignation from I Watson .... .. (,9I'RtC'ISCT [ tI
my I In the run-off for Sarasota :
Processlonal-"Largo Handel diction, the Rev George L. Harper I 1
[ office of Chief of Police err-I. Mrs. J. D. Arnall and Mrs. J. A : recessional Miss Peggy MoOinnls I County Judge John D Justice, .
live June 10. 1948. I am I : NO 7 "
young Sarasota attorney defeat-
Hightower, prayer, vocal solos : J
ting a position which I can- (LnurlokomtslMcCarty i I ed Incumbent Forrest Chapman :/"

: afford to pass up.tl .. ... .. ..... .... 141 (Continued: Page Six) .' )..,

wish to take this opportun- Smitty's and nand R Teams to Bowl Warren ..,.............. 51 on 'r i ",.
to thank and
each every one I I i

|yoU< for the Splendid cooperayou For Championship Friday NightWinners Burton ... ... ....,.. .. RH )
Coming Events I + I' 1
have given me In the Ervin .. .. .............. Kit I' ,
of duties during It
ftormance my of the first and second halves of the JustconcludedVenice "
> past two and one-half years Chapman .. ..,.. ............ US:
Men's Bowling League-R and R Sporting Goods and Smitty'srespectively I Thursday Mv 27 ii" ,;

hat been a source of great -will meet tomorrow night at 3 o'clock at the Bowlakpd Justice .. ,...., .. ............ 63 I 12;15 pm.. Vrnlce-NokomN Rotary .' It '
Sure to realize that I had the
to settle championship honors, It was announced this morning by Hobson ... ... ... .... :U Club meets, Venice Country ,::( .,
king of the council as a whole : i I.
ting that entire time.In Stan Richardson league piesioent Walker .. ..... ................ 33 I Club. t'
'clock, the league will stage a dlnnrr
This Saturday night, at 7 o ,
closing. I wish to recom- Watson .. ,..'". ...... ............ 109 6,13 p.m.. Informal supper, ''r t \
dance at the Venice Country i card party Venice Country Club. :
d 1 that YOU appoint Officer ,
| 0 Hanchey In my place. He Club with all league membus Bowlakade, ,'announced today thata PRECINCT NO. 8 7,OJ p.m., Venice Lions Club 'jl;" J
and their wives or friends InvIt- special "headpin tournament"will ,
continuously: shown himself (Venice) meets! Venice Country Club. l' t
ed to attend. start this Saturday on the 8 p.m., special meeting, auxiliary r
'es e well capable of fulfilling the Members of the first-lull local alleys and will run through MrCartv ....... ,............ 128 of No-Vel post. AmericanLegion f '(I: '
of chief In the desired :\
nner, championship R and R team who June Warren . .... .. ................. 87 Clubhouse, Last Venice 'i" '
will bowl tomorrow night are: Cash will be awarded at M tt
| "GERAlD L. PESTOTNMC prizes Burton .... .. .......... SO Avenue. i '
Ben Dunn, B. Mack 1-wlh B.or- the end of each week's play Chief of Police." Richardson. be Ervin .. ................. 116 ,1
seth, and Stan Friday nights) and games may 8 p m., NlKht of Games, for : ,, ::

STER BLACKBURN Smittys tecond-half title winners i bowled at any time. Entrant In Chapman ..................... 119 benefit of Ve-No-Hi school band j" t .

who wound up nine points the tourney may bowl as many Justice ......................... 93 fund Venice Civic Auditorium r
JRED WHEN ahead of the second-place Venice I games as they wish during each Public Invited. t t '

OWN BY HORSE I Electric squad are; Guy Cur- week's play with the three highest Hobson ,.......................... 47 8 p.m., championship bowling t/'(I i

wood, Jud Curwood, Leroy Dsloche scores each week being awarded Walker .. ....................... 40 roll-off between R and R SportIng n

erIously injured last Monday and myth Brohard cash prizes. Watson .. ... ...........,....'......... 110 ; Goods and Smittys. Venice !
Inc when a half-broken lieadpin Tournament -I I (Set Page 2 for final league Bowlakade.

e he *as riding on the Black- I George Bolts owner of standings and averages.) PRECINCT NO. 9 fSaturdav, May 29 ,

1 ranch 10 miles east of Veil- (Englewood) 2 p m., Cub Scouts paper drive. '

threw Blackburn him against a tree Bus- I McCarty .. ......... .............. 58 Leave papers on curb or call 2042
this morning wasted Townsend Catch Wallace Named Saturday noon. r
"resting Warrrn ..... ... .............. 29 before
easily" at Sara- 7 p m., dinner-dance Venice i

Hospital Still Leads in Adjutant of Burton .. .. .. ....................... 43 Men's Bowling League at Venice ,

kbum suffered t ever a I el'Post Ervin ............ .............. 32 Country Club. .
en ribs and a fractured pel- Tarpon TourneyHeaviest No-V Sunday May 30

bone In the accident. He was Chapman .. ....................... 45
baccalaureate service,
ed to Sarasota Hospital by catch weighed In ut Appointment of Jes e F.: Wal- Justice ... .. ........................... 45 graduating 8 p.m., class of Venlce-Noko- .
Bother, Frank, who was Tarpon Center docks during the lace, Nokomis Heights grocer as
''king adjutant of No-Vel Post No. 159 Hobson .. .........., ... ..... ... 20 mis High School at Venlce-No-
nearby at the time of the past 24 hours, as the 18th Inter komls Methodist 'Church.
bap. American Legion was announcedat Walker ... .. .. ..... ..,............... 17
national Tarpon Monday, May 31 f
last Monday night's meeting Watson '". ..................... 43
swings Into its third week, was a by Commander J. A. Johnston. He 10 a.m", Memorial Day service

WeatheR 60-pounder brought in by R. K. succeeds B. E. Bowen who had PRECINCT NO. 13Venice I under auspices American Legion
Kahlenberg of Dodgevllle. WH served as adjutant for the local ( Firms) Auxiliary, Nokomis Cemetery.

His guide was Bruce Rigsby. post for the past two years. 7:30: p.m., softball game, Payne

RAINFALL However, the 130-pound silver I Committee appointments an- i MiCarty ......................... 13 Park City of Venice vs Robarts-

Mali Uw hubs king caught earlier in the tourn'aJI1ent nounced by Commander Johns Warren ..'..........._.......... 6 Shannon.

lously< reported raInfall'.. 1.31 by Roger Townsend of Sar- ton were as follows: Burton ... .1......?...................... 7 Tuesday June 1
continues to lead in the 8 pm., city council meets Ven-
h.. May 20 .,?. 87 64 0.00 asota Finance Dick Rich, chairman; Ervin ......?...?...................... 12
May race for the capital pn -, a 1943! Barry Wlmblsh, Theo Dandridge. ice City Hall.
-.,.. 86 69 0.00 .... ..._ .. .
automobile. Patriotic Observance, B. E. Chapman M .. .. K Wednesday, June :2

.llay. 22 ..".....H.'H' 73 0.00 During the week Robert B. Bowen chairman. Justice.,.. ..__...?.............?.. 11 10 a.m.-12 noon, Woman's Club
May 23 ......88 65 0.00 Lasslng of St. Petersburg broughtin Membership and post activItIes library open to public Venice
Hobson ...., ........ 5
May 2' ,. "HH..H..HH. Auditorium.
,88f63 grab
._.,. 0.00 a .U81; -pound fish to Carl Wolf. chairman; Paul Gold- Civic
Walker ........ ........ .. ....... 6
May The ?? ?? commencement -
25 .......88 second spot In the tourney. enstein. T. M. Wrede. Jr. 8 p.m. exercise
68 0.00 _.._.... ...._.. ._....... a 6
Watson ,
May 1500 : ch ? *. Class of 48. VenlceNokonUsHigh
28 ........... eo '11. 0,00 runner-up prize will be a Boy Scouts;W F. Hlgel r- .

.fllRfall to dataktlaw..,.y 1,81 'enbatiatied oo Page Six ,(Continued on Page Six) School auditorium.:


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VENICE aoNDOUER' Thursday. ,,

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'k j, Venice Softball rs' I HAVNT '
S. Jarvis Adams
Venice Bowlakade Even in s = IN Mt ABILITY AS.aa
New President Split
l Men's League A BASCBALL CXPCRr
w Of Tennis ClubS League Play sae s STAR NINE!

IIN4L STANDINGS Holding a .500 percentage in
Jarvis Adams of Venic former .
rtsSm PhIl Sarasota County: Softball League f fCASEIALL

national veterans double, tty'i 53 38,2..C play the City of Venice te.m

,141, i (!lampion. last week was elected Venice Electric 44 39.270 next Monday night, at 7 30 In r'a WuT

trident of the Saiasota Tennis Carl t . 43 10.613Adol'Jan's Payne Park Sarasota will meet f

l I'lb' ... ,39 39157 the RobaiU-Shannon squad. f a
Other! officers named: Included: High School 35 39047 The Venetians got off to a goad

Baron De Telssler \'Ice.pt'esld.nt: Venice Laundry 34 ta.751 start last Thursday night In their

Mrt. Zoe Hatcher secretary: Mrs. Lemon Bay Post.. .. 34 35941 opening game overwhelming the I

irelle Wackerle. treasurer: JohnS R &. R .. 33 35,741Venice Betz softballers 29 to 9 In a cur .

!:'atl\. chairman! of tennis tour- Food .. 23 39:16:: tailed five-inning game but they

Venice Furniture 21 38.083i bumped up against suffer com a t.

chairloan I'l\A1. "FEK' RESULTS last Monday night losing
w.,1......" May I1 petition
1 Earl's I **1 759 ..0111Jrnim to Land O Sun 11 to 1. r
:1"1.1. : 669 7114 .o2 2046ludinr
i. ...... hnndir.p. .a plna' J. Rowe, Land O Sun hurler \ r
I .mltty', 744 HS 8'011 JillSI"n and last vear'a league-lead nit
TIDE TABLES DRY 1'.1 1:9 020 7,41 7n0I
,10.1.11. .n"i.p 10" pin:. strikeout artist handcuffed tic
I 1'rdy., May II I
nslC r. INLET III.hI.h..1 77n 702 772 2106Venim Venice team yielding only oie ,
ru.nil", 7': 970 6.1 .boasl hit. That was a single garneiel
,Punta Rasa Correction) \r'IIIlIn. h.n,II,AI' 114 1.1.) ,
V"I". fan) '18 75819 2..49 by Byron tones In the nevcnti --
M High Law A.h,run'* .. -H ant 19a 211.6 Inning, Meanwhile his mates
1'1.r. \1.1\ J: 2:1. p m II 1:1P pmIII ilullnx hand.p" MfINAI pin: ";
., Bounded Billy Hankins, Venice "
Fr \ :) a- ':111 pm AE.H11.1'8 I c.\I. ri
' 11x1 5i.' 21' 2::". "'.m 1 12:112 "n,. Compiled lr M.rjon. Adorjan. pitcher for 11 h ts and sit many -

1 II,n. Mh' Yn -.4, .m. I2M 0 m, G. Cum-I.Lessor Km tlv.Sterelar.l. .. .h. Uti runs.
Sag pr, 12:." ".m. J.'I. \enir. laundry 1.8
\t"nI"i II U"I i..m. 1:39 0 m. III,'h..r,l."n. K i It .h. IU The remainder of tne Softball
... .
Jon Vrnlrr 4..11 .
VI 2:21 u Inl League sen"dule:
: p.m. p.m. .
tlukley.n1"- L.I" IIMk SPRAY PAINTING
1'".. June I 9:17 I n m. 2:10 a m.. :0;....., ILa.I'. .. .. h IA" FRIDAY MAY 28
N:M p m. I'a p.. hrirr.I Cure. IA7 AUTOS BKIfLES
HI Jim i ':ill ..... IM.m. J. Cur.-d Smtt3's :::. 160: Youth Center vs. Altman: Land
11"K' p.m. .:1\1 V m. I II>'''''''n. A,I"rj.n'. ._ 165 SCOOTER BIKES
Thll' June 9 "H .11:15. an', "".'Kl.r, \MIC Hertricf .. .u. 1b4 i 0' Sun vs. VFW.MONDAY. o 0 DANNY'S PAINT SHOP |
( ., 110 r. Lemon But Post US MAY 31 I
11:17 I r a --
p.m. : m. ,, ,
1 'nKhr. IIm ", .. Ul I
""'". H'"h IIrh.1 h u.. 151Lrprr Venice VS. Robarts-Shannon: Old Fire Station East Venice \\
.. .. .
-0- Earl': Venies 1..1" 161Koikendall I6h ,Betz vs, City of Sarasota. !

1'"II.k. t>mluyh '> . .. UO I WEDNESDAY" JUNE Z 1
ComplimentsOF ...." ..n., Hah, 8,10.,1 I IA lip
.I..rwn. Ail"rjnn.I '. .__h.. -- 14K I VFW \s Blantons: Altman vs.
I I',lor. \.1,.. VUlrioAHrUn : u. lIa Police.
Huh, .It,1 I II 117
I rt,hard, bml lyKh '. 147 I FRIDAY. JUNE 4RobartsShannon
Plastic Age Boat ,.'k..y. Venire Kl..olrif lib I! vs Land O
\\,111. Venire Fad l 14"Ii.lam '
Al rjani' u. .. .. 145uodrirh. Sun: City vo. Youth Center.7IONDAY 3 P.M. This Sunday
. .
K II K 141Kn.hh
. andEIUipment JIME: 7
V.-nim H"",lrr 143lim.b.t
V | Venire furniture ._ --..... III Altman VI. Betz: VFW. VI \XD EVERY OTHER SUNDAY
Larsen, Vemee Laundry I 112 n.j
Co. lent,;in. Eton's 141MkItaR I Ice. AT -
------- : :
: ,. Ian '
I. V. Ilk.IT'th. R R ... .-- __. Ito R'EDXFDVY: JUNE 9 I IO' Venice Municipal AirportJ
Mil aim. Vrnirr ru.nl u. u 1':9 Youth Centers. Police: Lard
+ Distributor of NtI In,n. Venire IKi. .. u- I
V.",1.I .:..1'. __ 187 Sun n Blanton AND J FIELD)
Tricraft Fiberglas Boats J. C. II".r....th. HI,th K'h.,1 I 138 FRIDAY UNE 11 I
J Unv. I.rmn. Inv I foot 185 NO ADMISSION: : CHARGE
t Retailer of H..nk.... Lemon Day I 11-t .. I 3.1i Altman. CmFW: vs. R:b, ,
1'..nn. K a R II' arts-Shannon. I
Marine Supplies Mmr. Urn?n ll.y I I.,not "I I II
l A-rhtT. V,'ni,', Fag' 174 MONim: JUNE 14
t and :. bore, hush F,'h.1 I IM Ill
llrr, Vanier Furniture. Ill I Venice vs. Blantons! : Betz \< 1Police. I
ra Equipment t. I...... I......n Day Post I1Z GOLF COURSE
,. .
Pork \ mlrr r urn ItIrlei Ill
lr klrnire l..undi I 110Taylor. WEDNESDAY! JUNE 16
ON THE TRAIL i : V.nhr Fhrtrie 126
VFW VS. Land 0' Sun: Altman'VS.
I .in.<.. \.1.... V.I,."".. u. Youth Center.
1 .,.,,'
Cottrell. Al" i IIr
FRin\l JUNE 18
Roast, A.b.r.an' IIIj
{ Robarts- hannon VS. antoni
jttlftflttld'ftllfffftfdtfttt.1t1111ff11ffttlttl I FEE . . $1.20
I City vs. Polio) .
MONDAY. JUNE 21 (Including Tax)

Youth Center VS. Betz; Land !

smitty'stavern :I O Sun VS. Ven're. I VENICE COUNTRY CLUB

Exhibition game between state

t I champions from Cleanxater I'I'I

against a local picked team. I

I R'EDNF,4'b1Y. JINTE2J: '

Pollee vs Altman: Blantons.
Jj 125 South Tamiami Trail Vei:ice VFW. JUNE I POST

f "The Bright Spot on the Trail" Youth Center \v City; Land 0 TIME

Sun \'s. Robarts-Shannon. :


? Venice vs VFAV: Betz vs Alt.
Delicious Sandwiches When You Are Hungry man.


PACKAGE DEPARTMENT Blanton VS. Lund O Sun: Police
VS. Youth Center. I
One FRIDAY JULY Rain or Shine
i I Cent Sale
Robarts-Shannon vs Venire: ,

t Buy a Fifth oft City vs Bez Thru MAY 31
BELLOWS SPECIAL RESERVE at $3.75 American Nat'nnal League all- '

; And for ONE EXTRA: PENNY: You Receive a star game. Second half 'arts | Matinees

Miniature of the Same Brand July 1. | Wednesday
i Saturdays

ii Special Values It Pays To Play I zot p.lI\

i ; Puerto Rican Rum e $2.89 fifth : I FOR YOUR FISHING AND

j John Collins Gin . . . $2.95 fifth SPORTING NEEDS.

) > Milahire Gin . e kill e $2.00 pint SEE US FIRST I

Imported Brandy e $3.00 fifth

j Pedro Domecq Imported Sherries $1.95 fifth GOODS I MINORS FROM aveyiMSPaM'

j ; Wm. Penn Whiskey . . $3.29 fifths Tin Florid Sportnuni BptcltllifO RACE TRACKSI

| Taylor' New York State ... Vmlt NckMib Saab '.
] Wine $1.00 fifth i
Phone list I
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wsdsy, W1 21. IMS nmcz OON'OOL1IIRNNOUNCE. : Pale Three

[\ NEW HOURS FOR .'Night of Games'To Nom returned to Venice this !; 6 }
PAPER DRIVE week for the first time since their.

WOMAN'S CLUB LIBRARYStarting Cub be Held Here marriage April 19 at Ocala.: She P
Scouts this
of district is the former Mrs. Nellie Cosby, ,
next.Wednesday, June 2. the will tare another paper drive '
Venice-Nokomis Woman1 owner of the Cosby Apartmentshere.
blub library in the fat-wing of the Venice Civic Auditorium will be this Saturday, May 29, with Friday Night They are returning to Floral

the following; hours. It was collections starting at t p.m. City today.
during announced yesterday by
pen' *A1I With many cash prizes and valuable -
persons wishingto do-
\ E. Bartlett. chairman'of the. club's library committee
n. J. Date paper :to the Cobs are awards\ "Night of Games'
Wednesdays. 10 ajn. to 12 noon. Mrs. H. L. Mundy in charge. asked to put their bundle on will be held at 8 o'clock tomorrow. SOLD! Through a low-cost t2

Fridays, 7 to II p.m., Mrs. the ewta In front of their I Friday, night In the Venice Civic cents per word) Gondolier classified ..t

ear,. Bolts and Miss Josephine Mondays. 10 a m. to 12 noon. homes by that time. (If a large Auditorium with net proceeds go- ad.

nks in charge. Mrs. James M. Dick In charge. quantity of paper Is on hand Ing to the Venice-Nokomis High
the donor School band Instrument fund.
call Jack
Use of the library will be free may Wilk-
There wl1be admission
inson, cubmatter. at 2042 before \ no
to all until October 1
when regular charge.
noon Saturday, and arrangements -
ENGLE'S meetings of the club will be will be made to Everyone Is invited "with fun

resumed and new hours will be pick the paper up at the garage' for all," it was promised by Vernon -
I TEA ROOM announced. Mrs. Bartlett said the or wherever It Is stored.! O. Beattie. chairman of the

EnglewoodFeleplione library will co-operate with the Wilkinson said volunteer I committee In charge. The affairIs

Summer Recreation Committee, "pick-up drivers" are needed being sponsored by the Alpha
making any changes In hour I Institute Music In order to
{ Venire 2480 >> for Venice, Nokomis and IMje- of
deemed advisable. Any change of wood and asked that anyone I raise monev for the high school

I OPEN ALL YEAR hours will be announced through willing to donate his time and I band's Instrument fund.
The Gondolier Have you a daughter -
prior to being
for that ;
Hours 13 Z 5:30-8 she car purpose Saturday' Ion, niece, nephew
: made, said) BACK IN VENICE ?
afternoon to call him by Friday friend graduating k'
Mrs. Bartlett said volunteer Ii.brarians nlcht. Bringing with them welcome 01'
this year? I1's a big F
will be welcomed for reg- gifts of fresh-*ater bass caught i
event In the lire or a Id .t
near their "Trail End Cam!> on
boy girl rates
ular or occasional assistance with the Wlthlacoochee River at Flor-
CONGRATULATIONSTo something nice so ,
no experience being necessary. al City, Mr and Mrs. Donald
The Graduating Class why net make a r-e-
Large Collection"In lectlon from the many to
"The New Short Look"Charm
case you have not seen Saturde-y Special fine gifts on splay at
what!' the Woman1 Club library
Blueberry cherry mince apple,
t has to offer," she said. "please lemon and cocoanut cream
drop In and browse around. Yen PUS 69c KNOWLES
Beauty Salon d
Y will be surprised at the number Call In your order JEWELERS
i TRIXIE LUCILE of best-sellers fiction, non-lie- E
Phone 2811 lion and biography that we "L & S" BAKERY Post Office Arcade

Closed All Day Saturday have; also some very valuable 307 W. Venice Ave.
Will Be Closed Next Monday ) r reference books and plenty of Phone 3135

Memorial DayANNOUNCING I story and picture books for cnl-!
"We Bake to Suit Your Ta'-tc"
dren of all ages." 4Yi
I Have you tried our
More book donations will be
Banana Nut Bread?
P THE OPENING; ; ; OF welcomed she said and the committee i

, gratefully acknowledge

KAPPELMAN'S DRIVE-IN receipt of many donations in recent WELCOME, TARPON FISHERMEN k:' a
weeks. The library Is for the
use of residents of this entire district Portable Battery Radios '#
STRUNG the of
not merely people
$20.95 $54.95 '
DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS Venice and Nokomls. II was einphaslzed. -
Arvin Philco
SEA FOOD I RCA-Victor Stewart-Warner

FRIED CHICKEN Son of Venice Remington-Rand Typewriter $79.50

PHONE: 2081 Remington Electric Shaver $17.50
Opposite Nokomis Community Well Couple to Graduate i


The Citadel
From Theatre: Phone Venire 3651

SUMMER MONTHS Charleston:; C.. May 2(5( --Vet

eran Student David Wilson
Close Saturdays at One
Thompson son of Dr. and Ms

Edgar Thompson of 333 Sorrento
Mullet 25c Ib.
Street Venice is a candidate for
H. N. WIMMERS Realtor
graduation at The Citadel the ...
Redfish 30c lb.
PENINSULAR TELEPHONE CO. Military College of South Caro-

FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT lina, at the June 12 commence- Jumbo Shrimp
ment exercises. He mil! be awarded

the degree of bachelor of science Smoked Fish
In commerce.
Sundays and Holidays 11 to 12 ".m. Only
Thompson attended The Citadel I

as a cadet before entering on Open 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Weekday "
active duty In the armed forces .
October C .1942. He served with 8 10:30 a.m. Sundays

VENICENOKOMISBANK the Naval Air Corps In grades:
from Ensign to Lieutenant Junior NOKOMIS SEAFOOD MARKET

. Grade, and participated In the PHONE VENICE 2981

Battles of Lvzon Borneo and the Opposite Nokomis Community Well
Philippine Islands. After being

VENICE FLORIDA honorably discharged from the ---- i

service on November 18. 1945. he 1 ISAy-'AVE
returned to The Citadel the following -:;:
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member March to complete his college YOU SEEN MSLORDSHIP ""i

work. ?
of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. _=

.((5000. Maximum Insurance $5000 ?1
For Each Depositor

le .

r 1 Do You HaveaTe1.V
31 an ABSTRACT or
Ralph's Shoe RepairOpp.

r ? \..1.. Aimee Mllchtll'i Barber Show
the property you own

You will need one or the
S other sometime. Avoid delay. I 2633 -Saraota- 2529
t lE L Come In and talk to us about Phones

t your title.ABSTRACTS Ambulance When you get home after the final bell of a good boxing

match, doesn't your favorite drink seem to especially "ring the
TITLE INSURANCE bell?" Get the Ingredients for that favorite drink we carry
ServiceDay all the better-known brands of rum, gin, wines, whiskies at

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B-, Point Nshenis
G.w.L.. Harper. minister
,,411 ..m. Sunday 8 Him. Morning VVonhlp
at 4S p.., Youth FclkmahiBT
SO pn Evening service.

.......- --- Wednesday. 7 30 p.m. mi.
J-S- prayer and long service.Earlsweed .

"1 do not agree with a \\ it.-VOLTAIRE| sill defend It a.ra. Sunday School Services mass, U>
with life right to lay Umpp. asp's.a
a my your p.m. Church ..rvl...

Published every Thursdav Editorial and business of floe. 313 Writ or \,+

1 Venke Avenue Venice Florida P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 1131. L FIRST MaaMu BAPTIST at Miami CHURCH Avenue

,t tl Nafionil Advertising' R.pritnl;li i.; D. Campbell Venice Crawfoid. part
10 ..m. Bible CI....
1 II ..m. Morning service.
1 7 SO Evening wrvlrt.
|I-.ff......eI ...* / 1 NolMlU'antlAMOMi/ **, 4 e Yyn Wadnnday p.m. 7 86 |'... Kid
N. A. S. s prayer ....,... aM

e f Serving; Amenta's Aclyt.ti r and ht Horn Town N.wsp.pers ST. MARK'S CHURCH EPISCOPAL

f :n No MidiiM _.i...ChkijM.I Ill...OFFICES.. Holbrook IU|.. Sin Francisco Cal. i Rioters Dr. Ltonard St. and W Palrrma 8. Stryker pM|. '

S731 Grind Central Terminal Bid!,. New York N.T. 301 While, Bide Seattle. With Print In Cl,amIt I
> m Morning amir., ...... ,w
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION fourth Sundays of tarn m..nth ..tH"

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION lo""r.Also fifth Sunday In Mi,' and seta'

Entered. tecond.data matter June 6, I94C, at the post office CHURCH OF COO

itt .I Vkmca Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879.4j Venice Avenue
r R... C. D. Jtrnln.n Pasts
.a Subscription raten One year, $2.501; six months, $150 three 10 ..m. Sunday Schoui

,-'R' months, 75c. Classified advertising rates 2 cent per word, first 20 vaII: ,m.p.m.Prrnehlnii PraachinThuraday ..

d words. I cent per word for each additional word ,,10 p.m., Young Plll f i
My --- .-- pie of America have t julet and are paid upon the same basis as StrvlcaFriday..
\\ILLMM3 Editor and Publisher white teachers and that '-. p.m.. benefit iupw
are our
HELEN WILLIAMS .. Office! Manager abiding hope for harmony be-
the rate of pay b far above the VENICE CATHOLIC: CHURCH
fi IIOH',*RD BRILEY Shop Foreman tween all peoples and all sections Naaaaa at Tampa Aitnn
national average Venice
and that when the matter Is ful- been Ro. C. L. Eklandvr, ftitat
The people have never ...
lam M.
THE SOUTHND CIVIL RIGHTS ly understood they will stand
told that In all of the non-segregated -
with us.Racial. I
i.s medical schools of the East
:' FDITORs NOTE: Governor Millard F. Caldwell of Florida prejudices are as old at LETTERSTo

recently made a nation.wide radio talk over the Mutual Network humanity' Too few of us are without North and West there are only

on the subject of "The South and Civil Rights" Because his Burn prejudices In one formor 86 Negro medical students, whereas TheEDITOR

words .o aptly present the feeling of man Southerners In this another, but we know that as in the South at Meharry of l

+ 1 matter we are printing herewith excerpts from his talk.) our degree of education Improves, Nashville and Howard In Washington

L n understanding tome to us and a something more than I.-

; y about this matter of more sympathetic racial relationship
; l Let us speak very clearly and very frankly 000 Negro student are being educated -

: ,t S the co-called "civil rights' will follow As we dispel fear In medicine. Editor Tampa, Pi

{ lode takes Its place.

fedoral, None of us should attempt to Nor do they know that In the Venice Gondolier

'11 South honestly admit that they advocate a change In our form of Justify prejudice and intolerance South several thousand Negron Venice, Florida
in education -
Fooernment. I but none of us can honestly denY occupy high places We read Mr. Eaitlctti leu,

Let them admit that by the establishment pie of the North Their ,newspapers that both prejudice and Intolerance as presidents and professors of In- about injuring and kllll", .

of a Washington and maga'lne.. have never exist throughout the country stltutlons of higher learning Venice song birds with deep t.

Gestapo to police the Internal affairs presented the unbilled truth on whereas in the North only a scant gret regret because there shot

n, of the several states we depart I these questions Indeed It wouldbe The South complains of the Intolerance handful are so recognized be any reason for writing such I

from the Ideals and concepts difficult for one not Intimately of the North in Its effort Neither have the people heard letter.

r of those who founded this acquainted with the problems In to control our thinking and that many of the southern states Though there are many k-J::'

ration the South to do so our actions. The North complain have long ago abolished the poll In Tampa mocking! birds tw*

Then let them acknowledge I It is understandable that our of the intolerance of the South tax. that lynching Is practically a I heard singing around the 1 vt

that If the Congress has the power viewpoints must vary In accordance The better course would be for thing of the past that public I office and the courthouse in U:

to enact laws to enforce the I' with our respective back- each of the sections to look to lit health and public education have i' heart of the business district .

t Civil Rights Program It may fur- grounds and experiences Those own troubles and Improve upon: made tremendous headway, and the section where we live has f In

ther Interfere with the private I who live In dally contact with a Its own manner of life. that no decent Southerner condones birds We miss them keenly

f.. lives of the citizens and move Into lynching! bigotry or brutality -
given problem have a clearer undemanding We should emphasize! and reemphasize of Vew
of the charms
the schools. the churches. and and a more practical the fact that there Is .
varied bird life: the mc
is Its
} t even the homes of America, to approach than those who know no virtue In Intolerance, whether And so It must be understandable hunting bUll >
dictate what we should learn or of it from an academic standpoint directed against a religion a racea larks unafraid.
that we In the South resent people a few feet i..j: 0
believe and how she'lid lIve. pass
y only. nation or a part of a nation.
the efforts of the rest of the flocks of robins eating palm"
r It should be frankly Said that Here In the South we under- or whether It stems from the pul- wh ((11:
to reform and make us berries the many
country us ;
the purpose of the legislation I Is land and tppiujntr the diffi pit, the political hustings or from of bf
In another pattern. The re- ter few feet ahead
over a
and not humanitarian. Ignorance. .
Mtrioloflcal or religious In nature.The unhappy I Because accurate information action here is t human one. visitors; the shy misty kfl

political meddlers have I I Ilnl the war between the State. I has not been available the arous- We read of the gang wart. doves; the booming night hub 0woodpeckers
changed the meaning of the very and \Ie are certain that no thinking ing of sentiment for the civil crimes and riot of the North but those super Inhabit r
term "civil rights and have fastened I person In the North or South rights legislation has been com- we would certainly never attempt apartments of. airy homes In W

narrow and provincial Im- would want those conditions re- paratively easy.CondJUonl to tell you how' to correct those all the choristers
putations upon It. They have corrupted peated. pines;
in the South
have conditions We know that you are flood any misty dawning
the otherwise respected We hope that it may be made been deliberately misrepresented. 511"1'111I''*
letter advised and know more moonlit night with
term into a political slogan They clear to every citizen that the The people In other parts of the beau:'
Interested about the problems than do- Even if they were not -
are In votes not civil we
right little have
program means country not been told cf our should erg*
rights. less than and we give you credit for earn- and Interesting we
more nor a repetition of efforts and progress In tne fieldof Inva!

The average American citizen what happened after the Civil humanities. estly endeavoring to correct the age birds for their destroy*

is a tolerant person. Basically War when a vengeful Congress They have not been told that evils. assistance as Insect of the s
there Is not a great deal of dif passed similar legislation for the living without the
conditions of the Negro In out <
Be just as fair with
us acknowledge the bugs would eatIII
ference In our Ideals notwithstanding purpose of humiliating the defeated the
South better
are than her t M
that here In short
the the Southwe house and home In a
happenstance of
South. are In Harlem and the other segregated are living with those return to Ve
birth or residence. Given the problemsand We hope to
We do not believe our thoughtful communities !
of the North. bop
that we
facts our conclusions on what Is we are assiduously tr- one of these days
right and what |Is wrong will not neighbors In the North can They have not been advised of !'ng to better oUr standards In an we hope we'll find events

approve any such unwarranted the strides made toward better effort to. oust all remember.
differ too greatly Inequities. Were birds than we
Interference. We believe that, educational facilities for
the Negro handicapped
by "outside Interference -
Unfortunately, the facts are aside and Sincerely I .
apart from the furore of the South; that our Negro
; but
not we are succeeding -
readily available
to the
peo. raised by the politicians the peo teachers In Florida for Instance . .- Homesick Venetian I


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May 27. 1948


T ADS ante word foe tint
: 20 Uon.l words,wood.cunt eMinimum: i t

charge, 26 cents.

A COMPLETE Iminedmtely. KpmonnHi.PONY.Phone IMI.UJ9 Must. ",1\ IIEI.lAHU' baby bitter by day .r hour, I THREE ROOM apartment In new build.Inc. .
Call Venice 2606.COOCRETE All elrUrlc kitchrn Year 'round. (Mtrmnth. DESIRABLE SELECTION '"f bwi-
411'A! REAL ESTATE SERVICE CHEVROLET!: mope Muter D.. nrr OlMMil Lyons Bay Road and residential .1\00 In city of V__
I.... Good tires r.dlo. 1500. R. G. slt'p., WORK and tru.kln. Loulo : a. South Tr i.ur< U.and road. owner. If Inte.......d. sugec.t you I Iv "a-
Rental Pon. Hutment ArMS. Farm Rood I'. O. AdorJ.a. Phone Venice 9665. -....a..... Ad..r.. ... Bun 'I!. Venle., M
lei Rot 592, Venice JOHNSON Electric floor puliehw, 11.2. ---
the FORT MYERII AREA and Earl Cottrell per dO). On display 01 Lu.... Jr".ry.
'o"rtn ot bulTII": mi FLORIDA Mod USED!: FURNITURE of all kind.. V.... "-\-Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Paul| Nave SCOUT EXECUTIVE
Ice .
beautiful r..rruneaiel Trading P. 237 W.
bomb W Miami A..nu. Modem pumping nguipmrnt
CtwuUl unimproved locations tropical Including Ul.ndi.Improving beach Phone 2601ZIMM1IIMAN Phone Sarasota U'610 0' Venice p.rlanft'd. Gulf TheatreTo SPEAKS ATMEETING ,

IMiimr lodge.. business !: I26UI
"ntl. house tmller. See ,
.,nannies and ln..m.. wtun. Includ1 Venice I'.. Trullw Park It t I Remain Open HERE
K wm
M i meter .rt.. toiler camp ho. Hill t 2IIK South Venire lly.W.y. I Ida linl.riipinir for Flor-
'odor iT.m.lT'trlcu* of"l.nlTV. 'A' ME1KOVS- low prices Fred Tteat of Bradenton. Scout
NURSERY Laurel This Summer
rye Send NICK YOUNG FRYERS U Ib Established I9SS lAnd
n-ntnl ;True for free rents executive of Sunny Council
on foot! ',S rents ,lre.. Turn right ,
.rlptlvt ridden and maps of this trop.I lb. Ml H. G. Siron I .t Laurel Post Office.
Hutment ACM, Fem K...,1, t e of local
I wrtlon. N<.. 59i, V.nienSpecial I.A RN Itull,.. ,m I.n"ln.-- "Arthur Mur.- Mr. fend Mrs. Victor Ratty.owners addressed a .

EFFCOTT REALTY INVESTMENTS /I Tar V.nice In.t.u.t'.n.2fifl& For Information call of the Gulf Theatic today Scouts their parents and other I I

.. First glrrrl F.rt .."..., Florida disclosed they hope to bj able; Interested parties at the Venice t
h Meeting of (. :>;.:IIAL '
EvrnthliK In Rent Eitatr"Both yard work If irk, Ml dirt and rontmitinir.hell, und to keep the local motion picture Civic Auditorium last Monday :
"" r itc .:.1'0. Phone house the
the USUAL and UNUSUAL Auxiliary Called 2012. open sum eveningHe discussed various I
For HER "E! HEAR YE! HEIR YE! mer.The phases of ScoutingactlvltlE'l.. .
TonightTo theatre was closed for several
Come On.' '>
Come A1111 Cubmaster Jack Wilkinson said ;,
paghetti Dinner The.Nam' l ,?ln.t Night IIf flutters weeks last summer for extensive -
"Man> Aw.pd. about 35 attended the meeting. .: I
settle an Important matter. and
HI'i p nun.i) run remodeling renovation
, fo be Given VFMCKMIKOMI that a i
a special meeting of the auxiliaryof I HI'.H/ SCHOOL BAND work. expressing! disappointment 'f I'

[ No-Vel Post of the Am rican' Crlrl.. May 2e Mr. and MM. Relty are continuing larger turn-out was not obtaln<*!. !
Beach Fund
"or a tnlrr OTlr
I Leron'w1II be held at 8 o'clock I to book outstanding attractions 'particularly: from the ranks of 'i '

Still larking several hundred tonight in the new Legion Hall I LEGAL NOTICES at the Gulf as evidenced parents of the :02 Cubbers who "II.1

on East Venice Avenue. I by the current flm offerings: were picsent. Treat ,later In the
'liars of the $2,950 goal set fore '
Mr. Ruth Kuykendall. new I MITICE OF IXTEVTIUN which Includes "Mother Wore guest speaker at! :1
Nokomis Community Beach TO evening was a
president of the auxiliary said RFCIxTFR FKTITIOIf NAME Tights." starring! Betty Orable on 1}
I II The und r iBticH dim herehv wrtlfy that the No-Vel Arm rican Lnjlou post 'I" i
und, campaign workers this the meeting will last only about hr ta "" ."!"'!" a N.. and Used Klirnlure |. the screed tonight: "Mutiny In 11I

pek at a Tuesday night meeting I 20 minutes Retail. lin.inru it Venice. Florida the House." to be shown Fil- meeting.
but is of such Importance under th| flctilluiK none ff Big

1 Pine Camp decided to stage a that she urges all mom- on" that I'NII'ITRADIo:said G POST I day and Saturday: Walt DI m y'S I ,
I :
firm eonp.rM "I the
mghettl dinner as their next bers to attend. following pe'r..n. whose names o.d piuneof "Fun and Fancy Free," with EJ- I ROOFING !
mefdenM/ are o. loll"w., ?
Roof Work of All KindsALVIJf
loney-ralslng activity.The The auxiliary next Monday, at R. G. Hain,.. 311 W. Venice Avenue. gar Bergen and Dinah Shore, I 1 II f
Y.-mw ill
dinner will be held In the 10 an, will conduct the annual : "ne'o'r.hip, of VENICE TRADING scheduled for Sunday and Mon- P. JONES j ,
Memorial Day ceremonies at Na- POFT is .. fullowei, day: and "Road To Rio." starring Phones: Bus. 287J: Home 2981 I i
okomis Lodge i R. G. Hnlnn SoliOwnrr.. I
Dining Room
r. komls Cemetery. All Loglonna r's.as I It I. my Intimlun tit apply to the On tk Bing Cros')!'. Bob Hope and Do-- I '

an 5:30: to 8 p m. on Wednes- 'well as the public are Invitedto iof I the .Circuit hlorida Court to Hitter In and the for Mid StnmAC.iiintx. nnm othy Lfimour. which will show FOR QUICK RELIABLE

ay, June 16. For the convenience attend. Wreaths will be placed I of \.nlo.. TUnv I'.t und.'r the provision next Tuesday, Wednesday and SERVICE, CALL jl
nf ('luplrr 2"'51, lmra ..I FltirUa. ,
Venice residents free tran on the graves of all war vett t-I 1 Act. if imi.Witni. Thursday n'ghts.
-: I .. my hand, this dlh day ..f May. VenicePlumbing !f t
Iti nation will| be furnished that i erans. I U4' '

:4'n' enlng from. Wolfs Sinclaii Mrs. J. A. Johnston chaplain Plibll-bt M.i h. Is. Ju. K H,G.Kin HAINES I during recent years ixcmiM' In Shop
will officiate at the memoilal I Box 14, Venice Phon. 2153 :
JJ nice Station to Nokomls Lodged nine counties seven rf which were :

return. services. Mrs. Anne Surls, past In the above dfcilbed favorable] ;1
71a !president of the auxiliary. Is li Sarasota Manatee t'l!'
Mr and Mrs. A. W. Moremon climate belt along the lower m>nIrnula -
charge of arrangements for the "Strk Ih.lI.I.d." Wr'l In Vntfa-
] mast>> Sarasota County was
d ill prepare the spaghetti for the observance. Kate High in
not among the nine becansf of Modern Test ,
, k nner, while "Sarge" B E. Bow-
the size of the total popn'aticT:
Economic Genuine Parti Free Estimates
PI'Ct will make the coffle. Hostessesr Survey however its rate of growth was -

the affair It was announced: nines I I II I much higher than a maturity' of 'lroSE !672VENICE ,
Sarasota and Manatee counties \ '
FIXED I the counties Included"The
J. o
A Johnston chairman 4M
In'Id of NNILEYOU I have 60 per cent of the Florida
: beach fund I Chamber said copies! of the ,
committee will I west coast area that possesseshigh
elude completed survey report should b I 'i
coastal land favorable fcr RADIO SERVICE
available within the next few .
Mrs. 1
George T. DeUln Mrs. WAITDeke' development
Shoe Repair week !Sl Avenue '
W. Venice
land Fisher Mrs. J. A. Johnsn
Station This was one of the facts I
Next to Old .
Mrs. F. M. Lanius, and Mrs. (Venice A.... Colored Section) brought out In an economic survey CECIL H. GRIEVE ::

larles' McO Roberts. of the two counties made by 'r.i

H. W. Host ink, economist for the .'
I Florida Power and Light Company DependableService

1r FRIENDLY; SERVICE In A the Sarasota County Chamber READ THIS COPY I'
aha of commerce reported in Its

FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE I monthly membership bulletin,
I The preliminary report on the Chrycler Products'' j 1 I'i

Popular Brands of Deer to Take Out. I survey "represents an exhaustive
study! of the' resources and conditions -

II of Sarasota county and not NOKOMIS I I

B&BBAR I only points out our many advantages TO SOME: FRIENDVP

i ( but Indicates on a factual GARAGE t i;

WE HAVE THE COLDEST BEER IN TOWN I basis the needs for a future development NORTH

and progress," the -GEORGE T. DEVLIN F. i{,
c 305 W. Venice Avenue Opposite Theatre Chamber said. Phone 2581 \
"The report brings to light
+. !

When You Want A Plumber- tollltttttr Bad many continued.Interesting"For facts example," the bulletin we THE KING FURNITURE CO.

P enjoy the carMVs most favoiable I
BeSureThatHeIsGOODDependable Punta Gorda
climate. A narrow fringe Just
Plumbing along the coast of the southern a I
half of the Florida Peninsula enJoys
Contracting Repairing THIS AREA
climate which be f'
Full Line Fixtures and Material a j
found In only one per cent of the MR. and MRS. ERNEST KAPPELMANOwners

Water Pumps Pipe and FittingsLET earth's land area. The tremendous -


climate Is aided materially bv our
proxlmltv to the more thickly '
Phone 3601' Venice, Florida populated areas of the country

N1....,.,.HHI..n"HHI'I'HH6'H..t. where the climate Is ei .h-r less
favorable or extremely j vcc.

"Also Is the trend toward the 400 CLUBSouth
Lawns Maintained and
west coast and the fact that Sarasota -

Property Cared For and Manatee Counties have Tamiami Trail Sarasota ,

60 per cent of the west coastal

During Your Absence area that possesses high coastal ?

Close Correspondence land and Is favorable for develop-

ment. These two advantages are .

reflected In our rapid population
growth during ercent years.

"Florida, Is the second fastest WATCH THIS SPACE

C. HAROLD: BATES growing state In the Union and It June ,
NCLEWOOB* VENICE sito II Interesting to note that 70 par

t 'j cent, of the population (increase

1'.r... '., :::-1':,,< ..1t (,,' '" _" ,.c, ., '.".'" ,). ,'

q,,," -" ...." .."COO'r"., i t.J .'. J ,?.,p"" "

. VENICE: GONDOLIER Thursday:-)',

to six Attorney General Tom Watson, I 136.934. and Judge .Mat*,

###. 4""IH"'Utfoi Justice Defeats last-minute entry in the supreme er Of Tallahassee 12168,

CUT ME 0 PIN Mlvr i Englewood I County Judge court race, led the field of three, I Watson got 207.087 votes; Ho|,

015t: : ItemsThe but failed to get a majority and
I Forrest Chapman'Conllnued
will compete In a run-off elec- Enjoy Solid Comfort
GULFTheatre LH..UI# #H#.........,. THE 4.
I I ( from Page One) tion June 4 with Justice T. WORTHINGTON
Lemon Bar Woman Club where you may |leas\
held Its last meeting of the ..eai i polling 2.893 votes to Chapman's Frank Hobson of St. Petersburg Apartment for. the \...,"*
very low rates.Various
VENICE son last Friday afternoon. May I 2,398. size units
21. at the Woman's Club building Howell Defeated I BENEFIT SUPPERS $600 to $900 annual!..
Sox Office Opens 1:30 P.M.Thursday Meetings will be resumed In October L. Every Friday Night Move In Now and enjoy net
-0- County Commissioner Otis to8 pm. season at no inrrwt kr
session last Howell was defeated for reelection Cooked Food tes.
)May Z7MOTHER After the! business Delicious Home
MORE: TIC.IITS Friday, there was an Interesting, by John L. Houle Bee Ridge SeeCII'RCH \\ORTHI\GrOS
Vrtlv Gnible Dan lX ilr discussion on programs for the apiarist, 554 to 450. Howell and OF GOD In Venire
A Good Place To Live
S With Selected shorts next season. Comm'ssloner! J. O. Alderman, East Venice Avenue
--0- Mrs. Charles Finch was chair- who was defeated in the first pri-
f' Friday and Saturday, man' of the refreshment committee mary, recently were acquitted of ...
MM 28 39MIT1M Assisting her were Mrs.
war assets fraud charges by a IN A HL'RRY I t
In the Bid Frank Gould Mrs. J. E. Bretton,
federal court jury.W. PHONE 3461
Birkfurd and Mrs. Zalda Porter Mrs.
Barton ;Mi lane James Bryant filled in for M:s. C McLeod defeated W B. If No Answer Call 2113:
tin \"Ialld Can non Mn .Bretton who asked in the .
Finch and Kersey 628 to 405, run- VENICE TAXI
G -0-Sunday aid ;Monday I to be excused after the meet- off lace for Alderman job. f'DRIVE-IT CARS TOIl R.NT

j,. Ma 30,31 In?, Ervin Wins -
it -\lri. E A. BartholomewTARPON
4, Malt Disney's I
---- In the race for attorneygeneral I
err"F. ,.. 11r
::ar Ilirgii Dinah Shore Richard Ervin Tallahasee tL PATIO HOTEL
v News and Shorts One) attorney handily defeated
Contlnu d from Page
R, O Grady Burton of Wauchula. Convenient! to Business District and Beach
aurMl4ri. Thuii siv.riai bond. 266.979 to 179723. ZZ5 W, Venice *ve. VENT: E, FLORIDA Phone Jm
June 1.2.3 listings fiatt originally weighed W. L. MILES Managing Owner
RUI ro RIO1 134 rounds, and it was good Getting a heavy surprise vote
tint ('rmhBob Hope I enough to take first place In tile
y. Dorothy I.amour Kt Pete tarpon tournament but
i ,0\1.0. Cartoon 11\ It lost weight while Being takento

Sarasota for entry in the local
Clean !
tournament finally tipping the Up

They Townsend's beam at 3'a entry pounds less than

Early this morning entries
VENICE MYAKKA were brought to the Tarpon Center
docks by Mr and Mrs. Kenneth -
is the ONLY Hlgel l of Venice. his weighing -

i C Hotel in Venice 43 po1:ni: < and hers 57 pounds. ,'I Paint Up !
It ,was the first tarpon ever |
where you can get caught ty Mrs. Higel 1 hey were
fishing with guide Buddy Ringo. !'
COCKTAILS Miss Bernie Potaby of Venice

SANDWICHES caught Inn fishing a 60-pounder with Capt.this morn-J. L.i; During the Summer Months Get Your Outside Painting

x CLEAN ROOMS Dunn.ton of Yesterday Venice and, Stan Englewood Rlchaid- I Done Before the Rainy Season Starts

captured his second fIsh of tits
AT tourney. a 55-i.ounder

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A0 I man Barry; T.Wlmblsh S. Eddy Joe Doug Edward Arnall, I May 28 Ten Days Only June 8

)k You'll U'ree Our Building and House, Harry
!Sjoblom, chairman: Dick Curry.'
}t y MOROCCO: I 1'OOMi3 Everett Dilggers. Aldine Che- Take Advantage of these Cash and Carry Prices

+ j : very pleasant phceVenice nault. I
Press and Publicity B. E. Bowen -
i chairman: Carroll Williams

Commander Johnston announced b"tn- Outside White . . . . . 4.95 Gal.
that $150 already :

contributed to the posts building Exterior Primer . . . . $ lo95 Gal
fund by various Interested local

Citizens for which appreciation Cement and Stucco Paint . . $4.95 Gal.
MyakkaHOTEL was expressed! but that approximately -

$300 more Is needed In Interior Gloss Enamel . . . 5.05 Gal.
order to complete the new Legion
Hall on East Venice Avenue, Any Interior Semi-Gloss . . . . $4.50 Gal.
contributions may be sent to "NoVel -
UNDER NEW :41ANACEMENT Post, American Legion, Venice Interior Flat . . . . . S3.50 Gal.
I florida.. he said. -



Friday, May 28 8 p.m. NU-ENAMEL The One Coat Modern Finish

Net MR.Proceeds VERNON O-BEATTIE Instrument, Chairman Fund Gal. $5.85, Qt. $2.25, Pt. 81.25,1-2; pt. 75.14 pt. 10_

Venice-Nokomis High School Band

Sponsored by Alpha' Institute of Music Nil-Enamel Interior Finish Wall Paint in Pastel Shades

Gal. S1.75 Qt: S1.75

Screen Enamel (Black or Green)

EXCELL LUMBER CO.I Qt. .50 Pt. .35

I Long I Leaf Yellow heart Pine NU-TONE "Watermix Flat Wall Finish

Tidewater Red Cypress Gal.
$1.98 Qt. .88
Phone 3377 1432 N. Orange Ave.

Sarasota Florida


Represented in Venice by:, -

P. L. HAYNES Phone 2615 I Gulf Theatre Building VEND p

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