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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 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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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00028
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS Phone 2961
LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


L1, NO. 25 FRIDAY AUGUST 23, 1946 I
PRICE FIVE CENTS


IENT (CONTROL Council Adopts $41,000 Budget LEGIONDANCE



))ES BACK INTO Sets Venice Tax Rate At 25 Mills, TO BE STAGEDIN



ECT SEPT. 1 Plans Civic Center ImprovementReport J.I. GYM


Setting a tax rate of 25 mills,'.
Effective Sunday, Septem- the same last Permission to use the Ken-
U. of Miami as year, Venice
control will be re- Owners
1 rent Must
,
r city councilmen last Tuesday Help tucky Military Institute gym
Ired in Sarasota county itL To Get Air night adopted for the dance to be given
,
this week' Base a budget for the as
announced byA 1946-47 fiscal year calling for Pay for Extending the climax of the big Labor t

District Director Bernd Turns Out FalseAn the expenditure of approximately Day celebration to be held in
G Goodwin of Miami. $33,000 for operatingcosts. City Water MainsVenice Venice Monday, September
in effect
which were
eilings erroneous report out of In addition, the city will 2. was given last night to No-
lifted In Sara-
n controls were Washington, D. C., to the effect pay $7,800 for interest on out property owners desiring Vel Post No. 159, American
i county last January must be extension of city water mains to
Legion.
that the Venice Army Air Base standing indebtedness
Goodwin warned. their lots must for the
rued, pay necessary
had been slated to be turned over Of the 25 mills, five will go to Arrangements for use of the
and
Thile landlords are not requir- pipe material, althoughthe
fto to the University of Miami as a pay the sinking fund interest, gym were made by Commander
make refunds for any "above water department will furn-
gift "for educational purposes"stirred while 20 mills will produce Thomas N Wrede, Jr., and Boyd
I rev
ing" rent charged since lastual' ish the labor. it was decided bv
up considerable enue for Sharp, general chairman In chargeof
excite
car ing
} on city affairs the
since council
leases signed city last Tuesday night
), any ment here yesterday afternoon.The and making certain Improve- the Labor Day celebration, with
fcuary 1 that provide for a highert The city, however, will furnish County Commissioner
( rate than prevailed under the report was to the effect ments during the coming year. both pipe and labor for the first K.M.I. building M. Cousins,
that the proposed gift of the base Civic superintendent,
Center
50 feet of such '
I ceiling will not apply Good- an extension from who said the school
to the university had been like Among improvements was happy
isaid. definitely the end of any existing line. to co-operate
many other similar gifts throughout decided upon by the councilmen This
Little Effect Here I policy, adopted by the boardof
ruling will have little ef- the nation, held up by the War and set up in the budget, is water commissioners at a meet- The dance will be held from 8:30p. :
e
.
Assets Administration a $2,000 allotment m to midnight, with Jimmy
for
as work
a result on the ing last week, was confirmed
t in Venice and vicinity inas- by
of protests from the House Civic Center, at West Venice av- the council. Wilsons well-known S P B
ch few landlords here
as were
Surplus Property committee. enue and Harbor drive. orchestra furnishing the music.
ilty of the "gouging" tactics of I Urges Refund
fich Sarasota city landlords were Surprise Of this amount, $1,500 will be' Robert N. Larson, superintendent To Meet In Englewood

wed, and which, Goodwin said, Disclosure that the base was spent to put a roof on, and otherwise of the water works, had urg- With the next meeting of No-
Vel
ught about restoration of rent listed for transfer to the Unlver- fix up, the bandstand. In ed that some arrangement be post to be held in the Englewood -

ktrolt city of Miami came as a surpriseto addition, $500 was earmarked for worked out whereby the property school house next Monday

fact, some local businessmen Mayor Clyde V. Higel and improvement of the grounds and owner would get a refund lateron night at 8:30: o'clock, last-minute

}corned the other city and Chamber of Commerce restoration of the horseshoe courts as other lots between his home plans for the Labor Day celebration -
news, pointing outt
are being completed.
officials, Inasmuch the and other recreational facilities. It
and
as the
| Venice present end of the line
because it is located In8Iota (Continued
on Page 2)
city now holds a temporary rightof is planned to complete the work were connected.
county, has suffered be-
Sarasota's alleged "rent entry to the airfield part of before the start of the winter sea- Mayor Clyde V. Higel objected Winning Name 4 ,

the base. that this would entail too much
inI" brought unfavorable pub- son.While
ty on a nation-wide scale. Phillips Mallory, representingthe no definite allocation was bookkeeping and Councilmen I In Beauty Shop
U. S. Engineer office at the made, the council
I (Continued on Last Page) tentatively de- George Higel, H. S. Bowden and
air base, told the Gondolier that cided to purchase a new automo- Dr.'T. S. Thompson agreed to con- Contest Chosen"Charm ,

Leader Tobeak all he knew about it was that i I bile for use of the police depart- firm the water board's plan.

egro few weeks ago the University of (Continued on Last Page) Might Pay All Costs Beauty Salon."

at Methodist Miami had requested certain information However, Councilman George That's the name chosen for the t

concerning various Hauser Purchases Higel, who presided over the meet- new beauty shop to be opened soon

burch Next Sunday buildings, including mesa halls and Millwork Of ing in the absence of President at 223 West Miami avenue by Lu-
Shop
latrines. He gave them the desired George Bolts, said that the city undoubtedly cile Blalock and Trixie Nelson. >

Rev. H. Mauriece Felton, pastor information, he said, but had heard Late W. L. Brown would be willing to pay Both Mrs. Otis Bronson and Dr.

I the Venlce-Nokomis Methodist nothing more about it since then. entire costs of extending a water T. S. Thompson suggested the

lurch, announced yesterday thatJ. (Continued on Page 3) George H. Hauser, owner of the main if several houses were to be name and as their entries were

Gibbs, resident of the Laurel Venice Lumber company, this built, so that the amount of waterto received the same day, each will

fro quarters, will speak at next Little Bit' Must week purchased all equipment of be used would justify such an receive a $15 permanent wave order -

day evening's service. Work Little Bit the millwork shop operated by the expenditure.At Mrs. Blalock and Mrs. Nelson
Gibbj a late W. L. Brown, who died in an said.
recently returned from at- any rate, he said, he didn'tbelieve

dance at the Leadership schoolonwred Not only did It cost Mercedii automobile accident August 8 near I any hardships would be Exact opening date of the Charm

by the Methodist church (Little Bit) Whitres eight stitchesin Live Oak, Fla. worked under the extension pol- Beauty Salon has still not been

eh year at the A. and M. college her head to engage in a fight in Hauser plans to continue the icy, inasmuch as the city makesno set, they added, inasmuch as

Tallahassee. His attendance was the Venice Negro quarters last business, which is located in his objection to the laying of a temporary promised equipment has not yet

de possible by the Woman's i Sunday with Julia Mae Holmes, lumber yard on Seaboard avenue, cheaper line where water arrived. .

dety of Christian Service of the but it brought her and her oppon- with a complete line of millwork. Is needed at once, but the cost ofa

urch. He will make a report of ent, too, a Monday morning job Solon L. Sharp will be in chargeof regular main is too expensive fora

school's work.It without pay for the next six the shop work. single home-owner to atand.Laymen' ANNOUNCEMENT

Is planned to have pedal I months. "At the present time," Hauser In line with our effort to give

wfc by Negro residents ttenrounity Mayor Clyde V. H\iella.t Mon- said, "we are handicapped by the League our readers as interesting anewspaper

d a the Rev. Feltoa Mid, day in city court ruled the two shortage of materials, but we hopeto Meets Here TonightRegular ai we can put out,

special invitation has been women must do janitorial work get a good supply of lumber, including The Gondolier this week la Inaugurating .
tended to any Negroes bi-monthly meeting of
who deco for the cypress, soon. three new cartoon
city every Monday morning -
* attend the Sarasota County ChriatianLaymen'
the
The evening service. for the next six months, af- Hauser already has added turn- features we hop will appealto
Rev. Felton's League will be held at
a morning tr- ter finding them guilty of disorderly Ing lathes to the shop's equipmentand both young and old.
subject 8 o'clock in the First
will be "The tonight Bap- "
to
Ky They are, "Heroes of Sport,
conduct and fighting. Chief of plans to install other machinery
Kingdom"
tist church of Venice it
was announced -
Police Gerry Pestotnik made the which will enable the shop to by Bill Erwin; "Star on Parade *
the Rev.
by D.
arrest. handle anything in millwork. Campbell ," by Toni Rouett, and "Life
Crawford pastor of the church.
,
"
In the Roar, by Kane.
WeatheR His father, Don Crawford, sr., of
While these strips take up
Sarasota, is president of the lea-
NEW COUNTY flAME SUGGESTIONSCoronado valuable new space, we hop

III"TU"11 RAINRALL' gue.Laymen to soon be able to publish more
It
from the local Metho-
.lously recordedHigh Low Inehee __..._...._._...._Virginia Ritchie, than our current four pages,
wt1 : .....q u.t:: Venice dist and Episcopal churches have and to have room for other
17 ". been invited to attend the meet-
7f. ..o.eon after the tamed Spanish esplorer .
and local
feature more new
It to __so ,,.,__....to.. Park __________._Ray Southern, Ing.

_II ri_.1.11 Nokomis .
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tal u:to U date:::::::::: mouth::: n==u Albee _._._.._.__...._.._......_......Charles Sarasota P. Licata,

tbl. _1.1.
Inasmuch as you want your county, SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
and I hope you ret It, I would like to
Tide Tables suggest your good people name It 'AIbee VENICE GONDOLIER
County.' l>r. Alb e hm done mo
VENICE much for Venice and surrounding P. O. Box 632,
( INLET ." Venice, Florida.
Punta
to Rau Cen.etlon) Sunshine _._..._.._................Mr."vr.'R. Wheeler
, High Low Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
t., Aug. UAug. If __ .:.7...... I:..'..... Venicewe have more than our share of

I., Au,. 15 _se'leam 8:15pm. tunahlne." year ($%50) -, six months ($1.50) -,
1.11I. e:66s.ta. Venice ______....__.Doris\ Prescott,
IL, liatam .:ut..... or three months ($1)
Aug. 2' I:........ I:.sae.ea Sanford, Fla.
13:130.nu 'Ip.m. most appropriate a pretty (Check which)
Aug. 17_ lNa EL .:.1&..... name"" (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)
e11.. l:18pm ':",.11I.
will continue to be accepted
4u.
lune.tlonl
1s NOTE New county name
rloam.. 'desm.Aug. : Richard H. Oedney, Name
1 ........ .. The Gondolier until September I, at which time
1IrI., :: : m. tr.nice real estate man, who has pealed a 116 prise for "the moot
It !:slam .:11&..... i bmltted, Is ecbeduled to return from a buslnesa-I Address

4.... 10 fg0Raa..::........etesama.5:17pm 1W9.. actable"tripe north.

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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, August

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VENICE GONDOLIER ROAR! ]r rI Gas Rellon on ed I.Stoma S Wastese


Y' "I do not agree with a word you say, but J' will l LIFE IN THE ,KANE. to whin =sour rasSfBsafclrapuautto !: year < :aeJ' :
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to it."-VOLTAIRE d'
right
Yt'I I defend with my life your say :
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TiblM. No ItlMlfT BfU Jk,0"l
Published every Frldiy. Editorial and business office, 114 Wilt t.ao"Uo IWrdeurslat:?'bat ""..:/1 :!yOn ||
Venice 2961.
Venice Avenue Venice Florid P. O. Box 682. Telephone
Sale at
Entered aa aecond-claia matter June 6, 1(46, at the poet officeat THE REXALL
i Venice, Florida, tinder the Act of March 3, 1879. STORE
Venice, FloridaEASOS
Subscription/ rate: One year, S2.50; six months, $1.60; three
months, $1. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20
al I words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. 5

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS _____.-..... Editor and Publisher '

increasing millions
LABOR DAY hall in Venice. Those without Sna s .8wck With
means of transportation to Engle-

it (Continued from page 1) wood can either show up at that

Committee chairmen are expected time or, if they prefer, call Com-

to present reports at the mander Wrede, Charles Wrede at

Englewood meeting, Sharp an- the Venetian Cleaners, W. A.

nounced at last Monday night's Kaiser at the Nokomis Ice com

meeting of the Legionnaires. He pany, or Boyd Sharp at 3127 to

t urged as full an attendance as make arrangements for a ride.
Designed to
,. possible, inasmuch as it will be Outlines Plans O stable headache speedily Indo 11IIII

i' t the last meeting of the post prior to At the last meeting, Sharp out dltoomforu of nair &_...

Labor Day. Legion lapel pins are lined the progress of plans for the rt.MellUJ'ed dotes
ID
yI are to be distributed to members celebration, which will start at (3 form for Quick saami'agoa:'poet'

lrY nt the meeting. 10:30: a.m. with field events and I
n Proof of merit
All members residing In Venice contests on Venice beach and will rI mule over one-thlrd Same bIIt k

Nokomis, Laurel and Osprey be highlighted J>y the fish fry, ctIll1lJ.

are asked to meet at 8 p. m. Monday boat races, horse races, a half-hour D f laboratory Standard tested 8. P.l btgtedhtg

night in front of Community aerial show to be directed by Floyd d puNK OJI'I<.6601IE oonuWltt

"" Joyner of J. & J. Aircraft, and WAITER tSN'T I.tIOKlN6: Now/. '' .la price range of etegoos
I.t 1:1100 and 33c sizes
many other entertaining events.

BOWL Sharp also announced the appointment Caution: Use only] u ilnctitSTANBAW!

of Jimmy Keys and Al NEARLY 100 CHILDREN ATTEND BUl-T"IJ-

For Chenault to handle decorations for

the dance and reported that Tobe VACATION CHURCH SCHOOLSNearly

FUN Futch, although not a member of
of the Venice Nokomis and Laurel communities On Sale at
the post, had volunteered to supply 100 children ,
equipment and do the cooking this week attended the vacation schools conducted by the Vcnice- THE REXALL STORE

for the fish fry. Futch's offer was Nokomis Methodist and Venice First Baptist churches.The Venice. Florida'

gratefully accepted by the Le 34 children enrolled In the

gionnaires. one-week Baptist Daily Vacation riilllliw. Tc.mmli lluljbarj, Henry

Children Free Bible school will present an exhi- 'hlllUm t\ttf.r\ : Iluhhnnl. Hilly lingo Her HELPS BUILD'

Tickets, priced at $1.50 and bition of their work at the conclusion Inert,'ahur lilngo)', ,r.I'hnrd U.ruld Peabury Hinuo. ,LannnreS Bubble
I
good for both the fish fry as wellas of the Bible class next Larson, David Larson. Dell BJnblom, RESISTANCEagainst I
Kay !Sj'itiliim Patty Adurjiin Nancy
all other events of the day, Sunday morning, said the Rev. D. I'M' J.inlcf Ciithern drome Roberta
may be obtained from any Legion Campbell Crawford, pastor of the Uirrlo Arnall Barbara Adurjan.
Get and In The children enrolled in the
up a party come
naire. Children under 12 will be church.
II Methodist school where 12 adult
for an afternoon or evening of free of charge.Commander. Continues Next Week
leaders are working under the direction MOHTHBPAIHI
fun and healthful exercise. Wrede said last The Methodist school, with an,
of Mrs. J. T. Blalock, are:
night that he has not yet receiveda enrollment of 50, will continue; Xunwry and clnner Department
OPEN 1 P. M. TO 11 P. M. reply from Congressman J. Har- i through next week, with the closing Tommy tun!, r. iMunlai I Bowen, Mar.
tin I'lvm John lllrhlv, Carol Dempwv
din Peterson, who was invited by session to be held during the Susan Hull Nancy Hightower
: VENICE the local Legionnaires to come to Sunday School hour on Sunday, Nancy. Hull Jnnlr. Birdsong, Ann
Kiltim. Rude Hlghtower Judy Bird-
Venice to be speaker of the day. September 1, said the Rev. H.' Pang. Martha Ann Roebuck, Kent

BOWLAKADE He expects an answer within a. Maunece Felton, pastor. I Richards ITmmrv, Windy I'rpartment Kyier., Jimmy Boone
t Muriel Hitchle, Uulse Bobby .
; few days, however.H Children may still enter this KlRliy, Nancy Dixon Ritchie.Connie Kentun. When Taken
, school, with the enrollment ex- Ronnie Kcnlun, Margaret Jones,
Ann 1U... Gall lJtomp. ). Thruout
+++1'1111 It. .. 11111111111111111111111111111111111 II pected to reach at least 70 next Junior Ivimrtmmt) -Ronnie Fvnton,
week, the Rev. Felton said. Hilly \\iMHlard Jimmy Hlghtower The Month L\
rl INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE I Milton :Mlkmill Lawrence June. Nell
I Assisting the Rev. Crawford in Ann Rlcby Tat Martlndnle L.eorat'hatnlir.ulargaret

VENICE FLORIDA the Baptist school this week were: .' Shirley: Llnctahl Soviet, Wilma June Hinkle Buckli -,
Mrs J. D. B. Arnall, Mrs. T. Hub- Margaret Ann Dixon" Virgins Boone

1( Homeiites On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties bard, Mrs D. C. Crawford; transportation 'ilTiiter.FlKl)'. Klti Hobliy'hie, nialrxk Ira Lee, Nadine Hens Ronald He...

\1:, Acreage Farms Rentals F. M. Harp, Miss Grace \Julia, Johnston M.irilmlnlv: Jr,, Hazel Margaret IMxon Moody, John Abe A HM Stomachic Towel

lw Hauser, and Mrs. J. D. B. Arnall. Cynthia Courtoy. Lydia B. Plniham'i Vfffttbli 011o
; RICHARD H. GEDNEY pound tot Mont than Just KIM
/ Pupils were: monthly pain when ci iml by Iraik
VISITOR functional monthly diiturbtncei 11
' ornllJt.on Ran, Rupert Ball, n tired, stn'skcranky .
1110 relieves weak
iIma d REAL ESTATE BttJut turtle 1:1111.: A.n Miss Helen Moore of
g I. Rey .. Bull D. William Washington feellnga-ol such darewillin ,
'rlKit.irlBSvrR.' Vera Jean lriggere, 1.ItII. Cam
, D. C. is her to this cause. Pinkhems
hubby M.-nhenn. Tommie visiting mother, eilMt on ow dt
Box 261 Phone 3311Theatre Mitchell. Ki.nnlr High J.yce 1I11t'.I, Mrs. D. F. Moore, of 737 Grove- woman's most a importa orgui
111\1' ante
D ,
) >km Jackie Hiee 'notlicrn. )1..rl. Taken thruout the month -
" Building Venice, Fla. Evelyn Cothern. Johnnie. land avenue. ham'l COmpound helps build up rer

"y, ++++++tH..II II lit III I III II III I III III II 4.4+++4'+++4- cases against such disrreas IOIl1O.its two
very edectius l"macblO

TkeuumlsUponThoiiMMll
Reservations Now
.f CM Hd Women Hdped-
I' EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS Being Accepted '
l In Ptnthl
There are no opiates .
Compound. It's made from Mother 1 NtUN"
1/eUettcia own wholesome n M and haft
f Vitamin B,. same.
"Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"J. pins Tnouundaupon lr'du'n: of roofs
t remaraabltbeat"fit.
baverlported

....,,14; J. (Joe) G. L. (Kin) IlpGllimen w i Compound.U you you to tatter Mr ghe like and plnkhsat this-M 190's'

all tlru atoreloJ'ut14
trial At
432 Armada Road South

"t ';- JOSSART KINCAID II VENICE, FLORIDA t. J

," Mohler Bldg. Temporary Phone Each REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHED V GITAILE COMPOUND

., ( l 313 W. Venice Ave. VENICE 2172 unit contains living kitchenette room, and bedroom bath.(twin beds), Dinette, On Sale at

Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice Florida THE REXALL STORE
: Florida
.. Venice
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STARS ON PARADE

By TONI ROSSETT


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ONE F THEMORE 1NTEWG- LOVES CLUBHOUSE STEAK

i Tt ENT CANINES IN'CINEMATOWN. SANDWICHES-HATESTO DIET-15 VERY HAPPILY A'FI O'OF THE.FAMOUS
I'. 15 DIRECTED IM THE SAME MARRIED-w,SPEAKING MAX REINNARDT-S6IENAS
MANNER AS HIS TWOOF HIMSELF HE SAYS MORETNANtt15TiF1EDNIS
'' LEGGED FELLOW ACTOKREHEWSE5.MASA ORDIUNA'IRY GWT" 4 sxx.wttn or HER ACTING

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STAND-IN, ANO RED PLAY THE CAAAAC.nRlI.AilOl4 01"
{ CIEVES AYERY TAXij WAS TOO BUSY-HAS AH ORIENTALHTHt\ \
ti ,k INCOME R.ECEHTLV STARTED f
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Mope FEWe+q OFF SCREEN ME IS THAT PULLED SURptLtSSKn4S
PLEASE/ SOFT 'to HER CHIB(BONE5 AND
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KEEN STUDENT OF
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[turns to Venice (Continued from Pall 1) Venice Bowlakade Capt. Nelson Hodgin
t
University of Miami officials Resumes Duties RALPH WILHELM

rA S. Wilkinson consulting later said they had asked the War I Women's League As PLUMBING, HEATING

eer and former Venice city ,Assets Administration for sev- KMI Headmaster AND REPAIRS"No

din,' Inspector who left here eral portable buildings at the base, Job Too Large, No Job

rat weeks ao for Newark, for use In alleviating the critical Team W L Pins Starting September 9, Captain Venice 2315 Too. Small"
to become Associated housing situaton Trailer Park ._.._.. 0 8285 Nelson C. Sarasota 70.542
at Hodgin
f Jersey the school, but Wolf Service .... .._...... who has been In
an Indjstrial research and had not sought the entire field. Neitlewood. .. .. ....... .,_.J J J" the armed forces for the past four

p firm, this week returned Late In the afternoon it was disclosed Bowlakade ....... ..........., J 420.!I"Venice years, will
resume
home here He has accepted that the WAA Oarage ........._..j ?,, his duties as
anion on the teaching staff of "stop order"covered Palm Grill ... ........... .....1 } 4231 headmaster at the Kentucky Military 1
simply
ice-Nokomis high school. certain air base Results thl. week Wolf Service Institute, the Gondolier was 1t 1Y
buildings it
had defeated
planned to Bowlakade.
give t to 0, Ne.tle. advised
Wilkinson still retains his con- to the university, and that the wood Gift Shop defeated Palm Grill, this week from Lyndon,

'on with the New Jersey firm, city's pending negotiations for use .I Venice to 0; Venice Bay Trailer Park defeat- Ky., by Col. Charles B. Richmond, a
of the air field Garage, t to 0. president, and Major
said the current nation-wide part of the base Charles E
were In no AVERAGES Hodgin, commandant of
e nags shortage has forced the way affected. Complied. by Mary Lou Raeburn the school.
L..gue S..torv

,pony to delay Its plans for Stanley Trailer Park ._. ............... ...133 On the same date. Captain O- o.-.
BABV ARRIVES I I'.>tnl h>', Trailer Park... . ...126 Pillans, who has been acting head- K CLUB
operation. Weighing seven pounds 11 Hull I XmtlewoodBarren .. .. .123 master
ounces, a daughter was born to Bowlakade" ::.::::::::::.=::::121 during the absence of Open 12 Noon ARE to WELCOME 12 Midnight

the Rev. and Mrs. H. \\ rde, Trailer Park ..........._ Captain Hodgin, will become di- Sundaya 1 p. m. to 6 p.m 1\
/ Felton Mauriece Pratt BoMlnhndere ....... ... .. .................111 rector of admissions. North Venice Nai.au (t. J. F. Keys, f
Qvsr last Sunday, August 18, at I\!. Xe. h.wood .. ............................110 Prop.P. .
the Sarasota hospital. The new arrival Nurl. A.. NKtlmood .......... ..............110 0

I wick relief from itching awed t>r eicralchinr ........ was nafned Linda Jean. The .Ponder. Trailer park ................__.10.
8t r u,foot,scabies ptmpias and other Itchm Methodist minister and [ W -rjnn, Trailer Park _.....................107 O. BOX 42
Etumt. 'fur*. codinf. medicated, hq his wife AMlllum. Palm Orlll ?_........................103 NOKOMIS. FLA. PHONE 3533
.0.nmcmrriOM...talmSootheo.A doctori. comfort formula and have one other child, Ann, 3% Duke Neitlewoud .. .............................102
m coin and interne Itchinc. 3Sc: trial bottle years old. Burls, M, Palm Grill _................?..100
t iikomKntybick* Don't. .r A...JOUr Cooper, Palm Orlllll"r ............ ............... 97
I t today for 0. E1. B. mummoN. I NEW PATROLMAN .eih, \ enl..,. OnriigeIvuikonUill ..........._..._ 91 I BOLDT AND SONS
fl-ftist V. V--,. AtI.uml..y
L t On Sale at Coming here from the Miami X.U"wd.; .....:.::.:...=.....:..:? 81,
|THE REXALL STORE district, Frank Parcynski this weekis Smith, Venice Gnrag __..._...__ 87 Plumbing Waterproofing

In charge of Florida Llndahl, Bnwlnknde '_..___ U Painting, Exterior and Interior
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Venice, Florida Highway .iiikley' tlimlRknderun. ... ......... 86
Patrol activities in this section. Venice Unrnite .?. __ 85 Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication
Ueliurn, ,
Palm +
( rlll __ 85
i Parcynski replaces Ross Boyer, .Adrian Palm Orlll b5
who recently resigned from the

patrol after working out of Sara- FREE ESTIMATES ,

sota for several years. CLASSIFIEDADS



I VENICE POST OFFICE

Are you SCHEDULE (addItional to a word word.first II Minimum words, 10 charge each, Why let defective plumbing Interfere

Mr Dorothy Fields, postmaster /5. Cash with Ad. Special rates with the livability of your
lor more than one Insertion
of the
1 I.r 13 Noon INCOMING MAIL 8 lime ad. Ads will be accepted over home, or the efficiency of your i l

Sunday' 11:30 a.m. p.m Thursday the telephone, wIth(29ei up to I p. m. business, when a phone call to tit
fromlosl ofNere's understanding ad.
OUTGOING MAIL ertiier, will remit payment prompt. will bring you speedy, dependable i
8:15: a.m. 3:15 T.m. 11') xf7M? ,
Sunday, 11:45: a.m. service?
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I Window open: Parcel pout and m
I Hamps I it.m. to 8 p.m.; money FOR SALE C. W.
order lam. to I:SO n.n.. hutur.inxi. .
Ont Of n. Best all windows, S a.m. to 12.30p McKINNEY'Y
p M Wait T. Build Up Red Blood .m. l'NMi/H Ill-lxi" Ijall-bearlng .
l>et .weeper Like new |.. : VENICE PLUMBING SHOPPhone
ou girls who suitor from simple Simpson, Venice Post Office .01'.1
l or who low so much
during 2153
VenIce P. O.
Box 14
periods that Q
you art pale, feel HELP WANTEDtVATEliPART.TiNFF
P.-J, wean dragged out"-tbli may
due to low blood-iron
80 start ltiT Lydia! E. Pink. PAINTING DECORATING radio repair
k TABLETS-ono of the greatest man Box Z, Gondolier.
A Privilege to Live In
Florida
ooMron tonics you can buy to help .
I up red blood to give more WANTED fl
jyi end energy in such cue. A Distinction to Live In Venice et
IntUjtm'' Tablet help build up the .
maun of the blood (very Importl \TrmAX' WANTS to bUYIlano. Box
b! reinforcing the haemoglobin C. Gondolier.AVANT H. N. WIMMERS
I rw
blood celli I S
luR try Plnkliam's' TO RENT furnished apartment
YJ-tbeo see It SonY 30. or cottage, bedroom and kitchenette, Realtor
you
bbl1 benenu too. 1'' by elderly couple. November to April. I
All drllltOres.atpinkham's HI per month. At either Venice
Englewood or Nokomla W Wutha.
TA.s / It now, Leenburg Ind. VENICE FLORIDA I I '

On Sale at t

THE REXALL WANTED . Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf
STORE Phone 2049 a a a e
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Venice, Florida F. M. LANIUS BOX 13, Venice Houses and BuildingsOF

ALL TYPES ,
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To Move or Wreck What ? WHY NOT INSTALL A

Phone 2682, THOS. J. McNEIL,
F jrro Inquire Club La Tondi, Venice MYERS


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e: Itching Skin ? 'EJECTO'WATER 4


SYSTEM?
Stop Scratching! Here It

y Quick Ease and Comfort

Now that Mounea stainless Emerald. poworrul.I Oil penetrating is Includes / H P. to %

available at drug sturvs thououduhove
found helpful relit from the H. Motor And Complete
P.
distressing Itching and torture of -
rashes.: eczema, tioinnn liy: and other
externally caused akin troubles.Not .
Pump And Tank
only does the intense Itching.
Innning or clinging quickly) rnibx! >'. NO RUNNING
but healing U more quitkl pro.muted. Assembly.For .
.
Ja Oet an original bottle of Emerald WATER? Shallow or Deep Wells
Oil Greaatlem Stalnlem. Money '0-
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J & J AIRCRAFT INC. undid, if out aatlafltd

AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS, On Sale at VENICE LUMBER CO.

VENICE 2551 P. O. Box 211 630S THE REXALL STORE' 412 I
VENICE SARASOTA East Venice Ave., Near Seaboard Depot Venice 2632


-- Venice Florida _
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HEROES OF SPORT By BILL ERWIN ye


c)AT LAKE PLACID IN '32, JAFFEE WON TWO EVENTS j
+ IRVING JAFFEE is A NATIVE NEW WORKER, AS A BOY ME
jLs >ACAINST; late PICK OP CANADIAN AND EUROPEAN
SOLD NEWSPAPERS ON THE SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK,! METRE.
I I'il' RINKS THE OOOO AND SpOO '
III I WEARING ROLLER SKATES. hi RECEIVED A PAIR Of\\\\ .-- RACES:: THE GOING WAS SO GRUELUHs'

ICE SKATES COR A OIFT, WHEN HE WAS 1i. tIC EUROPE IN THe icyxXJ METRE RACE, THAT JAfFCE
'figs THIS WAS THE JAR'U & Jtw' CIXL-"5EJ> AS HE CROSSED FINISHING

FIRST TIME MC : :17.1. W/NNEA OF THE OM M"' .". ,"ii.... ..".. .UHE- "
'e1 ;
USED THEM/ ONIY OOIDNEOK WORLD'S }
ma U.S. IN 2.30 / .
1918 AT TWICE
.!w td OW( THE SPEED Of
A RUNNER RIPLEV CALICO c; .
HIM 'THE WORLDS-FASTEST '
HUMAN/' "i .
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oooo c AT 12, HE WON HIS FIRST MEDAL? 'm I lip

a ,! laity AND IN 1927 THE MAJOR SILVER ) '!iI I.
fir icer I SKATES DERBY. A MEMBER OF THE "hnrp fill ,I
world ICE SKATING / OLYMPIC 1 TEAM I92B, ST.MOR1TZ
C* I! : TI All Y/Y
CHAMPION AND HOLDER SWITZERLAND THE ICV>OO METRE RACKK '
OVER I.OOO MEDALS.




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Page 4 Friday. Au
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STAYS IN NORTH TAX RATE during the past year, despite Increasing Terminal Leave of the post Othe officers
Lucille of costs on a national scaleof Boyd Sharp
Hanchey, daughter ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hanchey of (Continued from Pace 1) both labor and material. Blanks on Hand Phone 3127; the Rev. X11144.4

Venice, has written that she has ment. At present Chief of Police One'MIII! DropIt Veterans desiring toapply for Felton, chaplain, phone

taken a position with the Servel Gerry Pestotnik and the night was pointed out that the council terminal leave payments, as authorized Ralph O. Simpson, 29iI.*

refrigeration company at Evansville officer, Louis! Adorjan) are being actually cut by one mill the by Congress recently, may While officers finance*
she went last paid car allowances. rate set up to take care of the were pad ee
Ind, where now obtain their application cash for their I
June to visit her sister, Mrs Dorothy Top Pavement cost of running the city government blanks at the Venice Post Office, ed men got unused leave,
Culley After Robert S. Baynard presi- Inasmuch as the rate for nothing until i;4
it announced
was yesterday by recently voted
i dent of the Venice Land Company -, operating expenses last year was to make
Mrs. Dorothy Fields, postmaster. payments to
r -- pointed out that "it Is pen-! 21 mills and this year it was dropped GIs although tbs
i I While complete instructions: are to be paid off in
ny-wlse and pound-foolish to let to "0 mills. I II bonds which
I I given on the back of the application not be cashed for "
streets deteriorate the council five
our
The council. It also was pointedout I yell1.
I
forms
ex-GI
any desiring assistance erans are entitled to I
also tentatively agreed to ar- claims
had to raise the millage rate
I In leave
filling out his blank for each 1
:-:i!:ge for spreading a topping over for payment of interest on city month In
d ., 1 may obtain aid from any officer of minus whatever 11I1II
I/iI. .". of West
ue : :late pavement bonds from four mills to five regular leaven
No-Vel Post No. 159 of the American lads they ?
v from the! Tarr..amljKr were
f :::* i:en.e. iiau. In fait. under the agreement actull
:':' .. :: l : d"\t! If fxirces with Crummer and c"ompur. I Legion. They need not be Le- I while in the armed fOrces CI1Iii, ,,

JbC.r 0:: ::',:, :.:t: .t :s also will get official said ,ion members.T. will be paid off according ht
% ore city a sev- II,
u
N. Wrede, jr., is
.. ';..' commander rank
; they held
buildup
en.mll rate Is called for, to upon dudum
*7* I :-- '.a d. \-::I.s ff1;' ------ll__
a surplus to apply against
,
.I ( SO WHOLESOME f -'fa: 5 :... i.'H ;S:a: el CeIt principal payments -61
,' ;,',"ffl ::"..1 a :; to':" city
Bring year f t't* "11lurei '>' : \t present the city of Venice
aa'H''';.* '*' '" ,
still!! owes S312000 to bondholders, ReOpenTomorrow
inert Cu I *
t mace sa ytc.ta >.,t ft ';3 j S XM Tj Tbt Beach" having paid off $12,000 of the
drills, d.' : c.. original $324.000 debt.
Gulf ViewApartments i

SPECIAL RENTSContinued Saturday

PLATE LUNCHEONS : I 3 Rooms and Bath I ( from Page 1) August 24SMITTY'S

SERVED DAILY I "It should help us in attractinga

AT MODERATE PRICES SUMMER RATES: record number of visitors duringthe
$50 MONTHP. coming season," one merchant

''said, 'inasmuch as tourists now TAVERN
O BOII-603; Venice
:will not shun the whole Sarasota
Ike Re Ul S&u or 125 South Tamiami
Phone Venice 2941 I district for fear of falling victimto Trail Venict

VENICE the few greedy landlords whofnve

Sarastoa city such a bad
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What About Labor Day? Of course, it'i too bad Venice
has to suffer rent restrictions,
"': which are really unfair In some VENICENOKOMISBANK
mss' ( 'a For that picnic, motor trip or dinetng'
: cases, just because it happens to
f. you want to look your belt for your belt
'j beau or huiband be in the same county as Sarasota

"'ty Perhaps you need a new permanent (a City.

't cold wave Is just the thing for this hot VENICE FLORIDA
weather) or just a shampoo and finger wave. GETS LICENSE

1, r And of course, you'll want your nails to look Henry Baukat of Venice, a pupil "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member
their lovelieit of Floyd Joyner of J. and J

DT \ Call 2603 for an appointment Aircraft, Inc., last Tuesday passedhis of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
examination for a private pilot -
ARCADE I
BEAUTY
tY SHOP 's license. He took his exam at Maximum

; Post Office Arcade Venice Sarasota-Bradenton airport before $5000 For Each IneuraDepeeltor, $5000

Temporarily Closed Mondays Ed Denham, CAA flight ex-

aminer.

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We Are Receiving Many Inquiries Concerning Rentable


Property For Immediate ,I
t Occupancy or For The 1

ti Coming Season.




NYt


y r If You Have a House, Beach Cottage, Apartment or


Business Location To Rent To Responsible Parties, Please

List It With Us Now.




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VENICE LAND COMPANYRobert






SBaynard VENICE
FLORIDA
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P R I 0 I DIN T Frank D. Roebuck
PHONES: OFFICE 1811- HOWE SIM '

"IN ALB MANAGER
BUSINESS TO HELP BUILD

s VENICE AND VENICE VALUES"

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