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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: September 20, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00032
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE GONDOLIER
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"W/t.ere/ the Classified Ads

2' miami Trail etuce Will Bring

Hats the Open Quick Result

I Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA
Gulf of GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS 'Phone 2961

LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


OL 1, NO 29 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS



OUNCIL VOTESTO HEADLIGHT DRIVE GOVERNMENT MAY APPROVE


Working in co-operation with Venice city police, the Flor-

OPEN ROAD ida Highway Patrol some night next week will stage a "head- CONSTRUCTION OF 20 HOMES
light drive" here, it was announced yesterday by Chief of
Police Gerry Pestotnik.

ALONG BEACH "This action was decided upon," he explained, because HERE FOR SALE TO VETERANSIf
of the great number of defective, one-light, or no-light cars
observed here recently."

At the suggestion of Mayoi Chief Pestotnik said that inasmuch as tho main idea of the sufficient need for veterans' housing in Venice can

Clyde V Higel the city coun drive is to get motorists to correct car lighting faults, no arrests be shown, it was revealed to The Gondolier last night by
last Tuesday night auth will be made it the driver goes to a local service stationor
fj Richard H. Gedney, local real estate broker, there is a strong
[rized the placing of shell 01Tie garage immediately after being stopped, and has the trouble possibility that government approval can be obtained within t

[ Esplanade for a distance remedied. the next 30 to 45 days for construction of an initial groupof
If f about 400 feet south of its! Co-operating in the drive, whatever night it is held the 20 medium-priced homes for sale to exservicemen.As .

tersection with West Venice following establishments will remain open while the campaignis the first step toward getting

venue, in progress: Venice Garage and Service Station, Wolfs Sin- Federal Housing Administration
The council also authorized clair Service, Pure Oil Service Station, and Stancil and Potts approval, and the necessary Ide ImprovingIn
Iigel, to have a survey made of ilurther Garage
building priorities, Gedney said
extension of the street, Tampa Hospital
the government must be convin-
i huh parallels the Gulf beach, ced that veterans of Venice and After

nd discussed the possibility of the Venice to Be IncludedIn vicinity need and would buy such Operation
ity"i purchase of additional beach
homes.
Hiram R. Ide, Venice city build-
In that area.
ontage No Cash Down ,ing Inspector, this week reminded
Councilman George Higel sale State Hospital SurveyA The two-bedroom houses would I all persons concerned that an examination -

t had been informed by Count sell for approximately $7,000 to '' for electrical contractors

load Superintendent Joseph Ed- promise that hospital needs of Venice will be given consider- $8,000 and would be sold to vet- 'I'desiring to do business In, Venice

ards that the county dragline ation during a Florida-wide survey due to start within the next 60 to erans under a special plan, withno I will be held next Wednesday, September

auld be in this vicinity in about 90 days was made to Harry A. Beach, secretary of the Venice-No- cash down payment required 25Applications.
) day and it was agreed that On home for Instance for the examination
-
an $8,000 ,
komis Chamber of Commerce
yesterday by C. H. Overman, directorof
ork would be started on The Es- the veteran would pay $51.94 per which will be held in Sarasota -
the Florida State Improvement Commission.
'.anade improvement immediate- month, paying out the entire loan may" be obtained at the city
r to that arrangements could be Beach had inquired regardingthe In 20 )'ears. To qualify, however, clerk office. They should be turn-

ade to use the, dragline possibility of obtaining federal before any construction grants will the veteran would have to havea ed in by next Monday.

More Parking Space funds for construction of a hos- be made. weekly income approximatelyequal Ide sent his reminder from a

One major advantage in open- pital here, after learning that Survey to Start Soon to the amount of the monthly Tampa hospital, where he is reported -

: the street, Mayor Higel pointed Congress had passed legislation "In the meantime, this commission payment as "Improving," after hav-

ut t, will be that it will furnishucbneeded designed to make it possible for in co-operation with the U. Although the houses would be ing undergone an operation made

parking space to ac- small communities and rural areas S Public Health Service, will make located within the city of Venice necessary by injuries received in 1

modate cars of winter visitors to get more satisfactory hospitalization the state-wide survey of hospital applying veterans would not an automobile accident on the Ta-

luring the coming season. facilities. needs That survey is being or- necessarily have to be residents miami Trail south of Sarasota last

Finn Caspersen, local real estate Tells of Bill ganized now and we hope to get it of.this community. week. He also sent back, by Mrs.
roker, voiced his approval of the underway within the next 60 to Ide, a Thank jou' to No-Vel Post
In his letter to Beach yesterday, In older to obtain an accurate
juucils tentative decision to ac- 90 days. of the American Legion, of whichhe
Overman wrote: indication of the need for such a
furt' additional beach frontage, "You may be assured that the is a member, for a telegram of
"The Congress just before its reject, for transmittal to the
ut t was caustic in his criticism needs of Venice will be consid- sympathy sent to him after his
adjournment passed a bill to pro- FHA, Interested veterans are ask-
some of their other acts ered. We will communicate with accident. r7n
vide financial assistance to the ed to leave their names at Gedney -
Then Councilman H. S. Bow- You when our plans are a little '
states in making a complete sur- t office.'Tamiami.
ra suggested that the city sell more definite." Legion to Hold
of their hospital needs.
(I Blocks 88-A, 91-A and 92-A, vey Beach predicted the survey would
the Venezia Park section, delaring "The bill also authorized fed- clearly reveal the need for a hose Acres'Subdivision Wiener Roast on

he had been informed the eral grants up to one-third of the pital here, inasmuch as it would Goes Beach Monday NightAll

My school board was no longer cost of construction of hospitals, serve this entire district and would I

created In using the land as aossible though no funds were appropriated relieve the seriously overcrowded On Sale Near Here wives, mothers, sisters and

school site, Caspersen and it will probably be 1947 (Continued on pace I) II Daughters of members of No-Vel W
Latest indication of the Increased -
used violent objection. Posts No. 159 of the American Le-

Bowden argued: "We ought toll WHEELER GARAGE ON TRAIL real Venice estate was activity the disclosurethis in andbround gion are invited to attend that or-

it, and get that land back BE OPEN BY OCTOBER 1 week that Albert Blackburn ganization's meeting at 8:30:
the tax rolls." TO clock next Monday night, in
of Laurel has started sale of,
Community hall here, to discuss
Mayor Higel
estimated
the three
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acta could be subdivided intoor With construction visually completed, Wheelers Auto Servicesat Tamiami Acres, a subdivision located formation of a woman's auxiliary

60 lots and Bowden and 225 South Tamlaml Trail is scheduled to open for business by on the Tamiami Trail adjacent A wiener roast will be held on

uncnman George Higel began October 1, it was announced this week; by Walter R. Wheeler, who to Warm Salt Springs, 121 Venice beach following the short
addition to Venice's increasing list of new miles south of here. at which Armis-
latest
C how much that would I will operate this business meeting,
L. M Bradford, whose home or. dance plans also will be
business enterprises.. tice Day
ant the city treasury, If the I
Texaco gasoline and the Trail lies a short distance southof discussed. M. Cousins, custodianof
were priced from $500 to Featuring engaged in automotive and allied
000 each. oils and Goodyear tires, batteries the new Warm jSalt Springs the KMI buildings here, has
work in Ohio and Michigan, the
road, is acting as "on the ground" permission to use
It the new garage granted the post
was at this point that Casperarose and accessories, heart of the motor industry,
from also will offer a complete auto- tgent In the sale of the subdivision. the K.l\U. gym for their ball on
his seat in the
of the council chambers and motive repair and welding service The ex-Marine, Davis Wheeler, Bradford reports tracts already the night of November 11. Half of
led Sergeant Wheeler's brother, andJ. have been sold to Charles Dono- the affair's proceeds will be turn
"Vou : L. Ellis, former soldier who was van and Smyth Brohard of Venice ed over to the auxiliary.
mean to say you are go- One-half of the approximately stationed for a while at VAAF, .
to sell it in competition with 'I' 3,000 square feet of concrete floor will be in charge of sales and in the district
'bUshed Jot owners?" space will be devoted to the repair service Washing, greasing and Other activity Herb Hanchey
the
where the Trail crosses
"Exactly retorted both Clyde shop. One-quarter of and the polishing will be done by Kend- near Myakka river also Is under way Sworn in1, as New
George Higel building will be used for sales ex-G bet-
Negro
Ammons
rick ,
with three new fishing camps
'That' unfair," Caspersen as- service and the other onequarter ter known as "Boy Savage" Am- now being, developed, In addition to the Night OfficerHerbert
predicting "you'll run into for washing, greasing and pol- Wheeler also
and Davis
He
mons. and Dan Evans Tues-
to of well-known Kester Hanchey, jr., last
protests If you try to do ishing operations. service in the Pacific.
t"I" saw properties already there. day night was sworn in by Mayor
the Five Ex.G. 11 Live 'In Venice Bradford reported J. M. Polk Clyde V. Higel, during the city
property isn't to be used
a school Associated with Wheeler in the All of the former service men of Douglas, Ga., Is working on a council meeting at the city hall,

"let's' site it, Bowden in- new enterprise are four other ex- have families now making their camp on the old highway Just east as Venice's new night policeman.

"Us We get back on the G.I.' -an ex-Navy man, an ex- homes in Venice. of the Myakka river, people from Hanchey, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.

(Continued could use it for a Marine, and two ex-Army men. Wheeler said it was the aid of Michigan are constructing a cem- 0, Hanchey of Venice, returned

on page D) Wheeler himself was a sargeantin his former commanding officer, rrent block building just west of here recently from, Niagara Falls,

Tide Tables the Army, being stationed for (Continued on Last Page) the river, and Clark and Son of N Y., where he had lived for the

many months at Venice Army Air Tampa are developing a site on an past tour years. He and Mrs.

(Punts VENICE Aua INLET Base, where he was for some time island between the two. Myakka Hanchey and their son, David
It Correction) In charge of the motor pool, serv- I WeatheR ]I river bridges. Richard, have moved into the

r B4Dt, 20 ,__.1I8a.m.High fl1p.m.Low ing under Col. Vincent B. Dixon, Mullins house on Venice By-Way.
S"L 21 commanding officer succeeds Louis Ador-
/:1/a.m.: 6:06p.m.: former VAAF TEMPERATURES RAINFALL CAPTURED Hanchey
141. 12 -:1:: : : : 4:21a.m.Sept. :: : : who now makes his home in VenIce Date High LoW Roches jan, who submitted his resignation
10:27a.m. a:41p.m.11:19q.m. Previously recorded.---.1.71 James Fusell, convict who escaped to the city council through Chief of
Z3 _, : : 1.14a.m.: Fri., Sept II ._... IS 11..0.00 from o state road camp near Police Gerry Pestotnik Adorjan
SePt. Zt _12:42a.m.11:26.:m.: 6:01a.m.eept 6:22 p.m.: The ex-Navy man, Walter Sat., Sept. 14 .._....19 13.. ..0.16 Fort Myers, was captured by Chiefof asserted he was resigning becauseof
i1lap.m. 1:62p.m..t2saa.m. : (Jack) Flgley, will act as shop Sun. Sept. U ...-.13 62..1,26 Pestotnik last FrI- the inadequate pay-$125 per
ZS : : 1:4sa.m.pt. : : foreman. He saw service in the Mon., Sept 11Tuei __.n ..._.. Police Gerry home in monthasserting he could not
., Sept. 17 _-.5I 72.--.GOO day near the McKinney support his family on that small
and
1:02p.m7:1p.m.1:46p.m
fl., 28 __ : : :: :: Pacific as a motor machinist W.d., Sept. 18Thur ,.__..80 13..._, ..0.00 East Venice. Pestotnik turned the amount in these days of rising liv-
ItpL : 7:41p.m. metalsmith and prior to Joiningthe ., Sept. H .,.......71 71.-.0.10 escapee over to the sheriff's office ing costst .
21 _1:27a-m.: 1:02a.m.: Navy was for nearly 20 years Total to date this month _. --2.06
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Face Two VENICE JONDOXJER Trlday,

I : VISITING .. =::q
BACK IN VENICE LOT SOLDH. ,

: Evans G Brohard, father ci > W.::. ers, Venice realtor.I VENICE BOWLAKADE Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Avirett of
visiting Mrs. Avlrett's -
;/ Smyth Brohard, has returned ta :!s week announced tale through Tallahassee are
MEN'S LEAGUE Mrs. G. W. Freemanof i
Venice from his northern! h.-neat hj o:ce ft Lot 10 in Block 91. I sister FREE!

Coalton 0.. and has reau.j-fri V re-i Park dttnct ct Venice Venice.

management of the p t. .3U department ty Mr and Mr Kenneth Hi el I Le Team Tunda W i I
of S:::.*.n. 'i Tif .-- .e- 'Venice Food' :.7 j 2Higel .
:: R. Don Harru of MooretMlle, eVenice ,1 f fI Aircraft With purchase of Nu.
Laundry { Enemd' ,
j N, C. who plain to build a winter I BaI'II.r, .J j 8 and Product at regular
prlc,
!
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home on the me as soon at,Adrian:: : \ I fl EnginesSERVICED ..
.
:
K Club <
; material are available I i.lethdiel's I ,8 $1 OR MORE PURCHASE
Lanker "I 1 AND CONVERTED FREE
One
RESULT THIS WEEK package 01
1 La Tools I detested Adrian s 1-0:
BOWLINGIS I \'enice t..od defeated Meth.Hll.ta 2-1: Aircraft and Engine Nu-Enamel Water loft
.feutrd hankers !-1 enlnIJllVlrl
Are you n 11I\.tl. da ; \ ener.
I defeated t>mllt>'. 2-1; HIgr1'sSrfraad Service Co.


PAtE, ..? FUN! I I K League tAVERAGESCompiled by Frank Secretary13nrkett Raeburn. Godard Raymond AIRPORT ALBEE Hanton Bill $2 OR MORE PURCHASE

173J FREE-Bottle
i" Uu "ndll of (i/ Pint
, frontossofBlOOPffiON 1 tiurt.nKr Laundry 11'7: Box 157, Venice Phone 2551 )
I II
r 7 swMIf :*; ,.. I RiptlKta 107 Nu-Enamel Thinner and
I \\ ,.rr. n l\ l'luh 160 .
? 00 .... Y.nice LaunJrenlie >' lean Cleaner.
I ,' ,.. \ r-.x- lie
/ R i.trI h la T..mla ." .. I.i

I Here's One Of The Best I / 1'i 1.1 irh l' n ir., '1-4 il, Kmltt.i T..mlu; 1 1'.5 it; $5 OR MORE PURCHASE
l: is Home Way To Build Up Red Bloodl 'rl ,3 \\" -: Venice r' nt 1.1I FREE Quart Bottle Nu.
\ Ilia.i'e
: h
f You mire who auffer from simple Z ,. ar.r.: 11"1'11'1' I", Enamel
I ,' I'11A.Irltn's Automobile Polish
anemia or who low 10 much during I .1 .lI1ltt\ r .
' monthly! period that you are pile feeltired I I la a
weak, 'dragsed out"-tbu may I '-L ,A,1rLtn K. Clul. m
be due to low blood-iron- I| K, ,. nice f..1 117
'e. So start today-try Lydia E. Pink 116tt'
1' 21 Lia Itioto Venice
,...' fctmi TABLETS-one of the greatest g'er, ,III
It :' I3.ukrrs 114
blood-iron tonics ..
you can buy to help E..1Irl..n'. 141N.
build up red blood to give more "Wiw I 1 .1., h.th..lI.to 113U"n K CLUBLADIES Paint Store
strength and energy-In such cam hey. Itankrrr Illmoth'
Plnkham Tablets help build up then n, Itnnker. till
> otALiTT of the blood (very Impor IIr '. .r.l. tomllt\ Ili ARE WELCOME 310 W. Venice Ave.
I taut by reinforcing the haemoglobin TI n.ts. 's'enil'e" F".I IIM Open 12 Noon to 12 Midnight
I' of red blood cell VENICEBOWLAKADE :0;, '."n. Baptists \Ii: Sunday: 1 p. m. to 6 p.m.Ill .
11 ,.b"rn, nll1l\"O 136 6t. Venice
Just try Plnkham Tablets for 30 1 k. Method; in f 133 J. F.'KEYS1"1 BEN DUNN
daye-then ace if you. too don't remarkably lll'rarth'enice Laundry 133t. ::,
.
benefit All 1 !!"..Od' T..n.l. tnl
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Lydia I Pinkham's iiiTS Alleys Open 4 to 11 P. M. ':hli"r.: ; :: .,l fi'II IK"' ;Ini .. m
Sat. and Sundays 1 to 11 P. M. ', cur"",01. !Null) un
, \' J.'". On Sale at Grill Open ? HlgilPlrlwnir. MethKlli!', 18 1:6 BEER BY THE CASE
.1 'f THE REXALL STORE W'immers. Rankers 1:8
7 A. M. to 11 P.M.
'. I./'i 1', Kind, Iii""I l'a 1:_
,: Venice, Florida N6 Adrian|.hen. .Adninni n.ll.tIKII| 121 123 TROPICAL ___________$3.75 + soc sot oepoi

1M W'rrdeteth.diots 1:11
lIalank.r.Lrwellnn, tonic. F.d 113 116 MY BRAU ___________$4.25 + sot eot Depoi
". King Adrllln' 1"4

NARRAGANSETT ____$4.25 + sot BO.. Deposit


CLASSIFIEDADS DORQUEST __________$3.75 (NO DependSMITTY'S )
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(Jo a word first II word, le each TAVERNAND
additional, werd. Minimum charge,
lie Cash with Ad. Special rates
for more thin one insertion o' the PACKAGE STORE
same Id. Ads will be cupted over
A the telephone (28811 up to I p. m.
Thursday with understanding advertiser 125 South Timliml Trail Vtnlce
will remit
payment prompt.
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I HELP WANTED


ANTED: Amateur f.r art u,lent 10 of VeniceOccupational
'IJ1 paint two "'rdn on email utjrt
Pox M Onnd >llcr.

:: REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Licenses


,'r(. 3 Bay Locations For 1946-47 Are Due

Have your headlights checked now and avoid K71 Fronton, three edroom".
two kath Unfurntuhed at And Payable By October 1 1I
possible arrest or inconvenience next week $40,000 I

i during the police check-up.
250' Road Frontage ISO1 Bay I Please Call at the
Frontage Three bedroom. Ibathi

t Pure Oil Service Station Furnished 1 bath. Client at 80 house citrus, I rooms treee City Clerk's Office



Stancil & Potts Garage bedroomn$37,500Four two bath And Make PaymentCITY

Sen'ant'. room and thoner
Two wells on property ComIiletely .

f''lA4 Venice Garage & Service StationWolf's In' romeaalon furnished on ready payment to live of

purchase price of VENICE
s ? OF
$30.000 .
e Sinclair Service
H. N. Wimmers

REALTOR
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P/fBS OF SPORT

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,,saber 120,140 VENICE GONDOLIER Page Three

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MOVE f"0 VENICE RECOVERINGMrs.
Local Grid Fans VENICI.NOKOMH MITHODIIT
,lrt. Marcui Stearns baa sold J. Hugh Scales of Louis CHUnCR.E- CHURCH
In Sarasota and has Scan Sarasota'sPigskin Day Point, Nokomis
lief home ville, Ky.. is recovering from a H. Maurtec Felton, Minster
u IO\'fII1o the Venlce-Myatka .hoId recent serious operation while at Schedule FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 10 '.m Sunday School.
which she owns. Her daughter, Nassau at Miami Avenue 11 a,m. Morning Worship
her summer home in Wequeton. VeniceD. T Young Fellowship Group.
with her, but expectsto Football fans p.m.
pt came of Venice and vicinity .
tina, Mich. She Campbell Crawford. Pastor T,SO p.m. Evening Service.
her studies at Sara- expects to returnto
continue who
annually root for Sara- 10 a.m. Bible Clue Thursday 7:30 p. m., Mid week
tots high school. Venice next month. sota high's Sailors because VeNoHi I 11 30 a.m.p.m.Morning B.Y.P.U.aervlca. prayer and tone acrvlce.CHURCH .
I doesn't compete in the grid 7'30 p,m. Evening service
Wednesday 7:ID p,m., Mid-week OF GOD
sport, this
week were making prayer service. Venice Avenue
EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS plans to attend the Sailors' open- Venice
: OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. C. D. Jernlgan Pastor
Ing game, against Arcadia at Sara-
Rev. Henry Johnson, Pastor
10 a.m. Sunday School.
sota October
i 4. 10 a. m. Sunday School, 11 a. m. 11 a.m. Preaching
"DepencWble PbmUng That Will Stand Inspection"J. Sarasota's eleven has Morning service, I p m. B. T. U.I 7 7'SO p,m. Preaching
a new p. m. Evening service; Wednesday, I Thursday, T:30 p.m., Toung 'IYour
coach, Bill Rutland, this year, and p. m., prayer meeting Service.r .
J. (Joe) G. L (Kin) Is given a good chance to finishup ---

, JOSSART KINCAID in the South Florida conference ( AppearanceIs

standings. Punta Gorda and Fort
j Mohler Bldg. a Temporary PhoneVENICE Myers will open conference play
Your Fortune
12) W. Venice Av*. 2172ItfP' today at Punta Gorda. 7
tAlp
E Complete schedule for Sarasota
high is as follows: Do Not Neglect

Reservations Now Oct. Arcadia, home. \ .

r- :1 Being Accepted Oct. II-Punta Gorda, home ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP

Oct. 18-Bartow, there Phone 2603

..a :t.tarlt ZcrrnrcApnrimcnts Oct. 25-Lake Wales, home Post Office Arcade Closed Mondays Venice

Nov. 1-Winter Haven, home

Nov. Wauchula, there

ATTRACTIVE, NEWLY FURNISHED AND DECORATED Nov. 15-Palmetto, home
tied Unit contains Living Kitchenette Room, and Bedroom Bath (Twin Beds), Dinette, Nov. 22-Lake Worth, there HELP BUILD UP OURCOMMUNITY

Rotas and ieai 4.a JtaiU tiott uu tt la oume Nov. 27-Fort Myers, home

LOUIS APPOLSON, Box 164, Venice, Florida Dec. Bradenton, there.


YOU are invited to join with your neighbors in

Skin?
VENICENOKOMISBANK Itching carrying on this vital work. JOIN NOW!

Stop Scratching I Here It
Ease and ComfortNow
Quick Phone 2381 for Further Information
thai stainless;
etrating Moonea ':::lrullpe Is
available at drug stores thousand
.
VENICE, FLORIDA have found itching relief from tlio
dispensing and torture at
.. rashes eczema, poison Ivy and other
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT' externally caused akin troubles. VENICE NOKOMIS
Not only does the Intense Itrhlnf,
burning or stinging quickly subside,
but healing la more qUIckly pi Qo
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
moted.
CHAMBER OF
Get an original bottle of Emerald011GreaselessStainless COMMERCE
Maximum Insurance Money re- ,
a $Ciflftll $5000 funded If not Mtlsflpd
For Each Depositor On Sale at
President HARRY A. BEACH
H. 8. BOWDEN, Secty.
THE REXALL STORE

Venice, Florida
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September 20, 11140
VENICE
GONDOLIER
I Pace 5 IL
BACK HOME o -
HOSPITALContinued
Llty council President George COUNCILContinued
MUSIC PIANO Taught In Your Own Horn
In and Mrs. Botts thii week ( from Page 1) ( from Paw 1) VIOLIN Children Adult
ned to Venice after a lengthy condition of the nearest such In- park, but we really don't need any ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC
mer vacation, largely spent In stitution Sarasota hospital 18 more parks 325 Laurel St., Sarasota 804 Groyelind: Ave., VeniceP.
Va., where his parents "It's not fair-the
rton, miles away. He also called' city has no
right to be In the real estate bus-
tention to the fact that Venice at iness," Caspersen reasserted. "Any O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS FLA. PHONE 8533

present, has two physicians-Dr. way, I don't think the city has the

H. J. Hoeppner who has Just legal right to sell that property.

NEW opened his office on West Miami Mayor Hlgel admitted that BOLDT AND SONS

PHONENUMBERS avenue and Dr. T. S. Thompsonand there might be some question as
to the legality of such a move, and Plumbing Waterproofing
on November lis due to wel-
brought an end toi the dispute by Painting' Exterior and Interior
come a third physician, Dr. JamesE. suggesting nothing more be done
Blades. until Rose and Rose: Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication h
,fine, the last Issuance 0' theIaphon@ the city attorneys -
dlnetory several listings could
furnish
,v. been made or numb..ohlnD.d. the council -
Next Itluo 0' tho dlr.ct.ry i with legal advice on that FREE ESTIMATES
.. not .ch.dul.d to appear until point.
eat January. :ol''palo"have your BUSINESSAND
Ned banlnit nominal "oo.t. Call Caspersen also criticized the
1 for furth.r In'ormatlon.) council for not publicizing its
aukat, Henry _.......,......." 2673 I cently-adopted re-
Wit and Sons ..._........... 3533 PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY budget in detail, We CarryA
owen, B E. ...-................ 3411 declaring the city fathers shouldlet
owlakade _.__...... 2661 the citizenry know "how you
1 Patio Hotel..............w 3572 11111111111" 111111 "lit gentlemen are handling the city's Complete Line of .
ondolier ..._...._._. 2961 I'
reen' Fuel ...............__ 2372 money.
!cKlnney, Clyde ..............2153 WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE Mayor Higel pointed out that Whiskey, Wine, Beer
Oft Office __.___ 2601 ATTORNEYCOUNSELORATLAW the budget is on file in the city
mltty' Tavern ..___ 2163 AND clerk's office and declared: 'If they
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aylor Hardware 2892 TITLE TRANSACTIONS are interested, they can come
oodard'. Luncheonette. 3481 Phone Punta Gorda 211 or 259 JIM PONDER'SPACKAGE
down" here and look at the bud-
get.
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CORRECTION LIQUORS
We Feature- Incorrect information furnished

The Gondolier In connection with 307 West Venice Ave. VENICE
Helen Curtis and Rayette Cold Waves, I
> last week's story of the wedding
Koolerwave Machlnelett Thcrmlque of Miss Cleo Sealey to Ward Cur-
4ot Machine Wives ry resulted in erroneous Identifi-

Aifr cation of two of the principal wit
FLOOR FINISHES
J Charm nesses of the Church of God cere-


,//J Beauty Salon mony.Miss Sealey's brother, B J, Johnson's Self-Polishing Glo'Coat tom ,. '.
Sealey of Venice and his wife,

223 W. Miami Ave. VENICE Phone 2811 were among those in attendance, FLOOR POLISHPt.
but not her other two brothers,

John E. Sealey of Miami and Luther 59c Qt. 98c
J. Sealey of Boca Grande.
INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE
However young Barbara Sealey, Pratt and Lambert "61"

VENICE, FLORIDA the John's wedding.daughter, was present at Clear Gloss or Dull ,.

Homeiltel On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties Floor Varnish. Qt. $1.59, Gal. $5.65

Acreage Farms Rentals Gas on Stomach
Pratt and Lambert "61"
Relined la 5 minutes or

RICHARD H. GEDNEY doubt your money.. ,.. backRhen Varnish : Gal. $6.65For
mm. itoniA iclit painful' ,luffnritInt .. Spar . .
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See.lour Mnmirh.end hnrtbnm doctor .11'
I"I.ud REAL ESTATE B"A" prwrlh.. the, ,.'.... .rllni.. ntrdlrliwi" known ttttrnpliimult All Exterior and Marine Work m
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a Ilk.Ihou In Brll ini
f....... No luilln. aril-m. wale mnfnrt In t ; ''
Box 261 Phone 8311Theatre KufSafSiiSSS bock return bottle
VENICE LUMBER CO.i :
Building Venice, Fla. On Sale at

++ THE REXALL STORE 412 East Venice Ave., Near Seaboard Depot Venice 2632 I"

Venice, Florida
Reservations Now '\ 1 \
Being Accepted ,: ,

Valencia tt: After All ti f


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' 432 VENICE Armada FLORIDA Road South It Pays To Trade At A Home-Owned Store


REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHEDEach
unit contains living room bedroom (twin beds), Dinette, u. S. No. I i. Fancy
kitchenette and bath.
Writ DAN D. OPRISIU Box 218 Venice Florida POTATOES SPINACH


36c 13c
10 Ibis. No. 2 Can

Sallard'
Yellow

ONIONS FLOUR


Announcement r 2lbs. 13c lbs. 3'1c 1b10 69c



ONE TO A CUSTOMER PRESERVES


CRUSHED CUBANPINEAPPLE

Mr. B. E. (Sarge) Bowen is now associatedwith 16-oz. Jar Z9c


me in the general real estate and Maxwell House

MILK COFFEE

brokerage business as a real estate sales- I

2 TaU Cans 23c Lb. 44c

man.

Deerfleld Orange

ASPARAGUS JUICE


No. 2 Can 19c 47-oz. Can 41c
FINN W. CASPERSENTA



REGISTERED VENICE REAL SHORES ESTATE SALES BROKER CO. C. C. Lowe's Grocery



221 West Venice Avenue FREE DELIVERY Phone 2091f"ib'








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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday,September 14
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/ will have a place to stay. The NEW GARAGEContinued age business. meantime we will Offer ?t
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: HOME SWEET HOME there teous,
to expand our business complete and
I authorized the purchase of "We hope reliabl) ,
! Because housing accomodatlons board of ( from Page 1) and enlrage our staff in the ice to all motorists
were so scarce in Englewood, the furniture and the remodeling Colonel Dixon,. that made it pos- as we,
wing of the the near future." he said. "In the can."
east establish
county school board this week took rooms in the sible for him to gar-
i steps to make certain its two teachers school to provide living quarters .
at the elementary school for the teachers.
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Venice

A Privilege to Live In Florida

A Distinction to Live In Venice r
Food
1 H. N. WIMMERS ,
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Realtor Shop

VENICE 0 FLORIDA

Where the Tamtam) Trail Meets the Open Gulf.L
217 W. Venice Ave.

VENICE
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,""' Fancy Georgia Elba
Maxwell HouseCoffee
: 'f IN 8 EASY LESSONS lb. 44c Sweet Potatoes 49cPet
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VETERANS! Waldorf 2 Rolls Carnation, Golden Key

t W ,.i. 0.Ask Joyner Us About the E. T.GI Denham PlanF. Toilet Tissue 9c Milk 2 Tall Cans 23c|


J & J AIRCRAFT, INC. u. S. No.1Potatoes Morton's -

AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS 10 Ibs. 37c Salt Pkgs. ISel
P. 0. Box 281 6306
VENICE 2551 SARASOTA
VENICEPEARSON'SONTHEMYAKKA
Stokely't OrangeMarmalade Kellogg's 2 6-02. Pkgs. 13c
Mb. Jar 20c Corn Flakes 2 i-oz. Pkg 23c


l.. No. 2 Can..__12c Yellow
.it Tomato Juice Onions 2 lbs. 13c I
( Miles Due East of Venice 46KZ Can __26c
SALT WATER FRESH WATER ,
Sunsweet Orange
FISHING Prune Juice Qt. 25cDel Juice 47oz. Can 42c I

Cottages Boats Picnics
Monte Duff's Pkg.
lb. 42c Mix 23c
Overnight Guests By Reservation Coffee Gingerbread
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CALL VENICE 3594 FOR DETAILS OF ,
THE WEEKEND SPECIALP. Bleach Qt. ______17c LI pton'
O. Box 96, Venice Clorox / -Gal ______33c Tea 1-4-lb.Pkg. 27c





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WHAT HE THINKS OF SOFT WATER SERVICE



Here Is a List of the First 20 Soft Water

Service Users: Water Conditioning Problems


In Venice: Solved for YouTheCulliganWay

Al CLYDE McKINNEY SMITTY'S TAVERN
GERRY PESTOTNIK GEORGE MITCHELL
WOODARD'S LUNCHEONETTE GULF VIEW APARTMENTS
} DR. T. S, THOMPSON G. E. ROHLETTER
i .a HERBERT HANCHEY JOSEPH LIPPINCOTT
CHARM BEAUTY SALON MRS C. W. LONG
? GINOSMALANCA REXALL DRUG STORE No Equipment to Buy
i. I R. N. LARSEN

In Englewood: No D eposd;,N 0 Work to Do

8 P. E BUCHANS GEORGE WEIDE ..
LEO KROPP

r In Nokomis: ASK FOR THE 30-DAY TRIAL OFFER

TOM SAVICI

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It is costing you $10 a month to hard
use water, so why for
pay our service without having it when Soft Water

4 Service can give you all the soft water you.want, all the time, at the turn of your faucets.


Monthly Service As Low As $2.50

Installation Cost Average $10 to $15



Call Robert N. Larsen, Phone 2625, Venice, Florida


SARASOTA SOFT WATER SERVICE, INC.

147 Ringling Blvd.
Phone
2221 Sarasota


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