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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: September 27, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00033
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE GONDOLIER

"Where the Classified Ads

Tamiami Trail q Will Bring

Meets the Open Quick Result

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

LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


VOL. 1, NO. 30 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS



16 MORE Venice Business Men Meet at 19 WOMEN SIGN



INAMESFORYET El Patio Hotel Tonight to Form UP FOR LEGION




HOME PROGRAM -- New Civic Organization Here I AUXILIARY HEREA


To discuss formation of an organization to handle mutual prob-

j Although four veterans Service Club lems and to work for a bigger and better Venice, business men and
| listed their nameS' as be- women of this surprise gift of two lotsas
have city will meet tonight at 9 o'clock in the lobby of the
line interested in possible purchase Holds First Meet El Patio Hotel. I a site for the planned Am-

I of new homes here, un- ... erican Legion clubhouse and
Ider FHA-approved plan at Of Fall Every person engaged in business formation of a women's aux-
an SeasonMeeting -
I In the city of Venice is invited iliary featured last Mondaynight's
I 16 more such names are SEEK
least YOUTH CENTER to attend the meeting.The of No-Vel
I by next Monday night, last meeting
needed night at the home proposed new organizationis
Post No. 159
I 1 in order to assure of their Citing the success of the Sarasota in Communityhall
October president, Mrs. H. S. the outgrowth of suggestions here.
Youth Center, two Venice
I consideration of
government Bowden members of the Community boys this week appealed to The made during recent weeks by vari- Shortly after B. E. 'Saige'
nrmppt; Service
the Club held their first who have
un ous persons, urged The Bowen accepted appointment as
Gondolier
for
In
aid
; establishIng
'rhi'
made
announcement
was gathering of the fall season to dis-
Gondilier to sound out sentiment adjutant, he informed his fellow
[yesterday by Richard H. Gedney, cuss projects for the coming sea- such a meeting place for Recognize Need Legionnaires that Finn Caspersen,
the boyi and girls of this com-
real estate broker who
(Venice son.A In compliance, The Gondolier Venice real estate broker, had offered -
(bad disclosed last week there was major undertaking of the club munity. contacted
They ire Earl and Harry Lan. many local businessmen to give the post, title clear
a i strong possibility the. government will be the bringing of two art- and
and
lui, cousins women and found virtually taxes paid, lots 14 and 15 of
who told The Gon
would approve, within the ists to Venice next January and dolier, little unanimous recognition of the Block 67 as a site for the new Le-
next 30 to 45 days, construction February for, I wistfully:
concerts, with times 'We need for a group that would aggressively gion clubhouse.
with had
lure a
we
|of 20-medium-priced homes here and locations to be announced like work for the interest of Located on the north side of
place that here. Do
for veterans if need for such con- later. know how could you local business houses, as well as East Venice avenue, between the
we about
struction could be shown. Plans for activities of the Ven- go the community as a whole. Tamiaml Trail and Florida street,
getting a Youth Center In Venice
Gedney said some veterans had ice troop of Girl Scouts, which is ?" Finn Caspersen, local real estate each lot is 25 by 115.

[complained that even though no sponsored by the Community The Gondolier promised to broker who is one of the lead Accept With Thanks

|cash down payments would be re- Service club, also were discussed.To try to find someone, or some ing proponents of the idea, de- After a moment of surprised silence -
quired, they could not afford a Meet October 18 clared: the Legionnaires responded {
organization, that might be Interested
I home In the $7,000-$8,000 bracket Regular monthly meetings of "There are many matters that with hearty applause and immed-
I I II In such a project. Any
Interred to in last week's explanation the club will be held during the concern, primarily, only Venice lately authorized Commander

I of the plan. I winter, with the next session ,I suggestions business men, and therefore the I I Thomas M. Wrede, jr., to notify

Simply An Example scheduled for the evening of Oc- Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Com. Caspersen the post accepted his

"Those figures," Gedney explained tober 18, at the home of Mrs. H. Redecoration of merce has not touched them, because offer with grateful appreciation.

I "were used simply to il- L. Mundy. its membership is drawn Thanks also were expressed to
House It
lustrate the actual monthly cost Mrs. T. M Wrede, jr., was appointed Apartment from this entire regioi. Bowen whose appointment as ad-

I to the \'eteran-to show, for ex- publicity chairman of the Starts Next Week Primarily For Venice (Continued on Last Page) -i

[ample, that a veteran could obtain club "What some of us have in mindIs

an i $8000 home for no money Those partaking of refreshments Complete redecoration of the a group that will act in cooperation Power Boat Fleet

I down and payments as low as served by Mrs. Bowden followingthe Hollywood Apartment-Hotel at the with the C. of C., of

[$51.94 per month. business meeting included: corner of West Miami and Poncede course, in general promotionalwork May Touch Here '

"A lower priced home, naturally Mrs. H. L. Mundy, Mrs. R. S. Leon avenues will start next for this entire district but

1 would mean lower monthly Tilley, Mrs Thomas Eddy, Mrs. : week, it was announced yesterday will concern itself primarily with During CruiseA

payments The important thing Is George Hauser, Mrs. A. L. Bla- by Mrs. Ray Parker under whose problems that confront Venice

I that any veteran who thinks he lock, Mrs. George Higel, Jr., Miss personal supervision the 25-unit business men. strong likelihood that the big

[would like to own a home in Venice Sue Talbot, Mrs George Botts, apartment house is being operated. "For example, we need a sort of power boat cruise from Tampa to ,

under such a plan list his Mrs. Harry Sjoblom, Mrs. R. N. clearing house to aid local mer- Fort Mjers being held November !

[name at my office or at the Condo Larsen, Mrs. James Hightower, Mrs. Parker also disclosed that chants in deciding on opening and 15-16 under auspices of the Davis

er Immediately, so that the Miss Delena Jelks, Miss Mildred negotiations practically have been closing hours, summer closing daysor Island Yacht club will be rerouted -

[federal Housing Authority can be McAmis, Mrs. H. Whaley, Mrs. completed for establishment of a afternoons Christmas shopping so as to have the fleet comedown l

[convinced there is a definite need Charles Wrede, and Mrs. T. M fruit juice bar, to be known as plans, 'Trade-at-Home' campaigns, the Inland Waterway from

(Continued on Page 2) Wrede, jr I "The Orange Belle," in one of the etc. Sarasota and then enter the Gulf

six stores located on the Miami "We need, too, a group of busi- through Venice Inlet was disclosed
I
K.M.I. OPENS 102ND YEAR avenue ground floor of the building I ness men who can and will take an yesterday i

I Another is slated to housea active Interest in the conduct of Oilginal plans for the cruise, in

WITH our municipal, school and county of Florida i
297 CADETS ENROLLEDWith bakery to open soon Only one which all West Coast

I store remains to be rented, she affairs, and present the local bus- power boats are Invited to par-

297 boys enrolled, the Ken- ment of the school. Mis Garner said. The apartment house itselfis iness men's viewpoint to those ticipate, called for the fleet to

tucky Military Institute, whose Rowell, who taught for K. M I. in 30 per cent filled at present. governing bodies. stop over in Sarasota the night of

winter home is In Venice, opened Florida last term, will teach two Mrs. Parker, whose husband has "In short, we need an aggressive November 15 and then enter the

Its 102nd year on September 9 at subjects in the junior school I this been serving as a captain with the hard-hitting business men's I Gulf directly, upon resumption of

Lyndon, Ky., according to word year and will lend the choir and Air Corps in Germany for the past organization that will the cruise the next morning. The j

received here this week. : glee club A Miss Nold is now year, came here from Bradenton, leadership in a continuing assume. cruise is being held In conjunctionwith
ChiC't.. paign to develop Venice the club annual TampatoFort -
Col. C B. Richmond, president dietician! of the school, IIssi but originally hailed from Vermont -
01 the school, announced several Miss Adelia McLin of Rosch ill, Va. She and Captain Parker of the best and largest Myers sailing race.
II F iot tda's famed Gulf Coast. of the
cv Harry A. Beach, secretary
faCUlty served
Miss Njld formerly as
changes, including the re- have one daughter, Natalie, II,
turn of dIetician Fort Knox, Ky. 'Outspoken Group'"We enice-Nokomis Chamber of Com-
Captain Nelson C, Hodginw 10 is m the fifth grade at \ ce-
I need a group that will be merce, communicated with the
headmaster of the school. Nokomis school.TEMPERATURES.
HOUSE RECORD outspoken not only about our club officials, asking where local
Also
Captain returning to K. M. I. Is I Ray Duvall of the Adi;uu's I community's many virtues, but power boats could Join the fleet.

C L. Fox, who taught hojse even of its faults, and will not be In reply, Peyton T. Jordan, jr.,
set
team a new
IIlath at the school during 1941, bowling Dowlakadc I heR 1 afraid to take steps to correct publicity chairman of the club, .
!leaving in 'record at the Venice I W eat
1942 to join the boats from this ;
Captain Navy. last Wednesday night when he them; a group made up of men and advised Beach that
George L. Wood of women who will think of the wel- district would be cordially wel-
Louisville rolled a 244 game to pace his squadto I'
.
Ky., Is a new member RAIT FALL fare of the community as a whole comed into the fleet and that "we
the a 3 to 0 win over the Bankers DATE HIGH LOW INCHESI'ntiow.lr
history
department. He al- I and not merely their own partic- now contemplate revising our
3Utrl
ID ketball will assist Coach Weber In bas- ENTERS COLLEGE .. *"III.l recorded 20 88 '- .will ular pocketbook" plans" (presumably to follow the tt'I

Virginia Ponder, daughter of .. Hilt' 21 89 1 2. 0.(1(1( While personally believing that Inland Waterway to Venice Inlet, I y

Captain Hewes also has returned Mr. and Mrs James Ponder, sr., >Sin. Si-pt.|' 22 ,81 ''4.!.. .0.00. .99 best results could be obtained by instead of entering the Gulf at
23 .90
8it|' 1
to resume teaching of American of Venice, has left to attend the Tue.", Silt' 24 .93 74 .0:> (Continued on page 2) Sarasota).

History and Major John- University of Missouri. She is VVtil, S..pt. 2o 88 '4 .000
Ion has been Missouri Thurn, 1I"I't. 26 ..90 "3 .0.00
-
engaged as a new starting her freshman year
Total to Into this month 4.12
rmber of the SUBSCRIPTION ORDER y'
military depart- Is Mrs Ponder's home state.

,- VENICE GONDOLIER,
Tide Tables
P. O Box 632,
SEEKS SON
MISSING
VENICE INLET Venice, Florida.

(Punts Rasa Correction)
Any Venetian know the whereabouts of Kenneth Armbus? Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one 1
Date High Low
In I letter to The Gondolier, received yesterday, his father Data High Low
p. G. year ($2.50) -, six months ($1.50) ---- .
Armbus of 2155 North Missouri avenue, Springfield, Mo, Fri S'pt. 27 .. .2.3011.'n. R:02p.m.Snt. :
appealed for aid In ., S It. 28 1:4aa.m.: 8:43a.m.. or three months ($1)
locating his son. He wrote: 8:16p: m. 8:19pm.Sun" : .

"Wt art seeking Information about our son, who for several ., Bept. 29 .. .. .....204am.: 9:26a.m.4.09p.m. : (Check which)
years 8:315.10.Mlon. : (All subscriptions must be paid In advance)
prior to 1943 lived in and around Venice. He was K. D
.. 10:14a. .
((01 SArmbus. ., S.pt. 80 .2:2ja.m.: m.Tues.
Kenneth) Anyone knowing anything concerning ., It. 1 _,2:67a.m.: :12..m.: Name
his
whereabouts, please write1 to his father (who is in very bad Wed., Oct. t ... ..8:34a.m.: 1Z:26p.m.:
Health)" Thurl., Oct. 3 ...4'29a.m. l:52p.m.: Address <
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VENICE GONDOLIER 11'1'idaye September

Page Two .


i" III : 15 Out of 40 Methodist ChurchTo MEETINGContinued

'II ( from Page 1) ITCH CNEC4 OFor
BOWLING Cars Found to Hold Special '
Chamber of Ii
working through the
4WOsaby
quick relief
from
w1, : : IS FUN! Have Bad LightsOut Program SundayWith Commerce, rather than forminga a\hlete'l Conditions foot, ,stables,itching piraple and oull,..et

> new organization, H. S. Bowden, o.D.D. a$l.T:: ="f mMxatet I
.
r.H. of 40 automobiles halted all children and parents of local grocer and C. of C. president Graseleus and stolid...Snotha Y
during the headlight check staged the community invited to attend quickly calm intern itching. sa trldmoi
attend the meeting
to peovesitormaleyback
ay. 'rylalliri r plans Don
; i.. r here last night by the Florida high "Rally and Promotion Day" will tonight. He offered use of the C. druguM today luc D. O. D. pillsalu l
mq in with be observed next Sunday at the
: patrol co-operation
It way of C. office as a meeting place, but On Sale At
I II ylli the Venice police department, 15 Venice-Nokomis Methodist church attendance is expected to be so THE REXALL STORE
/ I were found to hove defective during the church school session
heavy that it was decided to accept Venice, Florida
at 10 am The morning
lights, reported Chief of Police stalling .
I ; i the offer made by Mr and ------....
service of the .
Gerry Pestotmk All avoided arrest worship topic pas
Mrs Howard Whaley, new managers
, ,! by going to the local cooperating tor, the Rev H. Mauriece Felton,
' of the El Patio, to furnishthe
! t 'I.': unite stations and garages will be, "Their Future Is Now," in
of the hotel as a site
i ; !t'' and having the faults corrected keeping with the theme of the day for the lobby conference. I

immediately On the following Sunday, October

1 y I Chief Pestotnik said the light 6, members and friends of "" 4

J ..\. ciks will be continued although the Methodist church will participate VET HOMES Zj

in the Church fellowship (Continued from Page 1)
I from now on there mill be no ad- "

; VENICE .. Dmner-on-the-Ground, to be held for \eteran's housing here. By so JtA.L.Il
following the morning service. is [
his the veteran
listing name, !
BOWLAKADE under no obligation whatsoever to <
GIRL SCOUTS MEET
I. Alley Open 4 to 11 P. M. buy one of the homes-he can decide .
Gal Stouts of Venice held their _
Sati and Sundays 1 to 11 P. M that later"
A first fall meeting at the Gal Scout

, j Grill Open hut in the city recreation center -F4'4+++ift4 a a a l hxasJ
J".J IA. M.1101111 P. M.
J last Tuesday with Mrs H S BUSINESSAND
+
I i Bowden in charge. Plans for coming Can't Be Beat!

; activities were discussed. Next

.; meeting of the group will be heldat I PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY Our Ice cream sodas are K

:tr ; K CLUBLADIES r 3 30 p.m. next Friday, October good because the tyrup-cir.

;:, ..:t, ARE WELCOME 4, at the hut.VE1NICEBOWLAKADEI. bonated water and lei creim!

I iJ Open 12 Noon to 12 Midnight I +F'Fti' II III ttH IIIIII II II which go Into them are the bill
> Are you 1 North Nassau' m. to S pm to be had!
111 St Venicer
i J. KEYS BEN DUNN I

t Pltl WfAKr I WILLIAM ATTORNEYAND LAMAR ROSE The R"all g

MEN'S LEAGUETEAM
from loss ofGtOOD'RON COUNSELOR.AT.LAWTITLE P. O. Arcade Phone 3111
! TRANSACTIONS
NEW Phone Punta Gorda 261 or 2S. VENICEA
II W L
I I., Tohda .. .9 a I I '-
I
PHONENUMBERS 111,1' 0 3 .
... Ittre' One Of The Best V', nl Uiiiiulr)' . I' 3

.1Ij, Home Ways To Build Up Red Blood! II V', nli. .i )0'1, | .. ... .' 4U"I Privilege to Live In FloridaA
>tll. .. .. ................ .. .. 4
To tit, ,vii] ., suffer, from simpler ." n lit)'HV ... ..... .. ... .... .. .... 6I'la"
men"I\n I.. ', ', I ." In, n 'irh during, (Since the last Issuance 0' the ,\ 'K ............ ..... .. ... 7 Distinction to Live In Venice
111 it u Jr pile reel several listings
t 1'
I tired s. ,t: d ( it' -liiu may telephone have been directory made or numbers K Club .. ..................... 3 8
I t. jcl iron- I changed Next Issue of the directory Ml'111.KlIVtH ..... I 10 H. N. WIMMERSRealtor
l be'n: ;;; ::try Lvrtl" E Pink. 'I not scheduled to appear until Bankers I II
t Ii" Situ :A.BLETS-OI1C of the greatest next January, You may hive your IO,'Nltite thin N.ek: S"lltty's d...fealed
bliuu j home or business telephone number In Z-11-lit too I : "M"I" defeated.
'lion tonics buy
I you can to help listed herein at nominal' cost Call ,
I Puik: if J i" tenure 1.1111I1lr de-
build .; p tu blood! to gut more 2961 for further Informat, ) f" .1\.1 I M, ih.-I In.. 3 t" o. /1'11'11. Ile-.
t close, ,. cad c ur.;y-In such cases BauKat Henry... .............. 2673 r, .iud K t lull. .' I., 1 : Nigel a defeat.d .
I l" I':','r.ttl's: Tablets help build up the Be Idt and Sons .. .. .. .. 3533 \'. life, t'.I, i, s to i. VENICE FLORIDA

.. Itl tans ui slat: ol the blood (very lmpor.I Bowen, B. E. .. ... ............. 3414 AVERAGESICompiled
I ':, nJ L\boud reinforcing eels the haiuioUoblno Bow lakade .......... ...... 2661 League by Secretary Frank I Raeburn Where the Tamliml Trail Meets the Open GulfS

I ;:Li Just try Plnkhams Tablets for 30 LI Patio Hotel ... 3572 \rmllJilKM eta 161
A tlill' da- II" j see ir you, too, doan remark Gondolier ...... ... ............ 2961 ,' \' :nl.me:I: F.Kn1" 1 .6
L i : benefit. All druntoneLydiaEPinkham'sTABlCTS. Greens Fuel ...... 2372 I J",,urt. Venice". Laundry 1.4
e McKinney, Cl>de ..21S3 a\\'lIrro'lI.habl.y. \K'nlre\'fill,Laundry. .161 1.3

F Post Office ........................? 2604 ,'u,,' '''.1. J.. rlmlllY' .161 LEARN TO FLY
I .i On Sale at Smitty's Tavern ....... ........ 2163 t. ub nt. III"d' 161

I I J TIE REXALL STORE Taylor Hardware .............. 2892 I'\RII.Io.,01.r,AoIrllln'6ulee. laundry I.K IK
.'* Woodnrd Luncheonette.. 3481 ,'uru", .il. II.. :Slllllt'"I Ii tie IN 8 EASY LESSONS
: Venice Florida Lletrich" 'i, I-u 1 n.lu I.K
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1I'I""r: l.i 'I" nila'
f 1 P. ."I r'r.n; ; ,s Now I.,' t.r. .\.Irian" 1.1 1.1 Ask U. About the GI Plan
\\ <111.. Hunk rn .. .I:.:
B< i ,g Accepted1aleticia ,K. \ '. J.. k.cluliIliK 1,1 oil .. F. O. Joyner E. T. Denham
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X.IICI.'r. a.. n.piiHti IIi T&T AIRCRAFT INC.
I Williams. Unl...e h.Hil 147 ,
ltrhurd, hmitty's 11. AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS
1 K, : 1';<1. Veld"Fu.nl{ HI
IJpa'ltmmt II iirki it. J. -nT..llda 112 VENICE P. O. Box 291 SARASOTA 630
\'r,1\\r"r.l. lnlaiets .. .. 139 2551 VENICE
ia. i'linn. 11111'1'i KWr.il. lai
t32 Armada .' 1'. M. II., 1IM' .
Road South
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VENICE, FLORIDA Uilll.re!I llipel'r! I ... .... .... 134
I It.ael.urn I $tnlttv'r ::: 134lethodiot
REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHED 11I..I.'k. \ .. '' 131
llanih ', .. .
t Knnkvra
f Each unit contains living room, bedroom (twin beds), Dinette, I I.aarhIraln's ,131 lit
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kitchenette and bath. Luke M, MethiMllBta : :: '. 132
Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Adorjan. La Tun.lu.SurlH .... DR. H. J. HOEPPNER
Box 218, Venice Florida '
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HlrlBiiiB MrthKllBm .. .131
Klnir llitriU .. ... 131
Thomas \'enp.. Fo.od. UIred. Announces the of his office in the
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Your Appearance \\: ., C", \Methidlnta : 129 opening
a Wlmmirii, riiink,rs .
l Key", R. K nihStf .. 127 Miami Ave.
).hen.. HainlHtn .... .... .:> Hollywood Apartment-Hotel on
Is Your Fortune I.e\\'fll\n. Venire toixlilami. 118
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I>U\B. bankers .. 116 113 Venice. Phone 2531.
King 8.. Adrian ... .IUI
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SERVICE, CALL HOURS: 9:30 a. m. to 12 Noon-2 to 5 p. m.

ARCADE BEAUTY
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Post Office Arcade SHOPBox
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OWNERS Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whaley


"Business Opportunities Abound In Venice"

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For Instance, Fast-Growing Venice NeedsCHILDREN'S .. .

A A A AN
SHOESTORE VENETIAN UPHOLSTERYSHOP
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WHY NOT CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION?


VENICE LAND COMPANY


Robert S. Baynard VENICE -FLORIDA Frank D. Roebuck
PRESIDENT PHONES:OFFICE 3581-HOME S32S SALES MANAGER
"IN BUSINESS'TO HELP BUILD VENICE AND VENICE VALUES"


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Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. 0. Box 632. Telephone Venice 2961. W dlup4u.

i I Entered ai tecond.clau matter June 6, 1946 at the port office On Sale at
at Venice, Florida under the Act of March S, 1879.l THE REXALL STORE

Subscription rate: One year $2.50; six months, $1 80; three Venice, Florida
l months, $1. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, tint 20 --
word: 1 cent per word for each additional' word.

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS..____._.____ Editor and Publisher 1 Is EASONS
HELEN WILLIAMS' ..._....................__......"....................... Office Manager
increasing millions
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Hospital needs of Venice and ucinit>-and it is a self-
,,' evident fact that we do need a hospital here-wIll be given
.' consideration when federal and state officials make a Flor-
o a ida-wide suiein the near future. A pladge to that effect
: I has been given our local Chamber of Commerce by C H.

'I 0\eiman, director of the Florida State Improvement Commission # 0 r'' ned to epeeeiy
n
Ii,f' : atmp a headache and
I. That is good news, and The Gondolier hopes it is the discomtorte of newa4j%,
first step in a campaign that will result in construction of Measured doses Doe
I form for quick asjimj,1
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here.
a hospital
But because the whole subject of proper medical care- Proof of merit.Same*la
4 01 lack of it-in the United States is one close to our heart JIMUla over one-third eeatgNvidla

The Gondolier wants to make its position clear right here .
: i. and now. story leafed, COQQ

I The Gondolier believes: OKAY IN THE BACK, SIR? Ill Prke range of a
1. That eerman, woman and child is entitled to the 100 and 36o sites,
F
best medical care possible to obtain. Caution: Use only w anewSTANBAm
2. That a society that fails to see that such care is provided
,;. is delinquent in its responsibility Buy-Tay

, .: 3. That no man, woman or child at anytime should "be
,{ l':. denied medical attention or hospitalization because of lack P.00"!
1" of mone\'. On Sale At
That whenever one single person dies or suffers a life THE REXALL STORE
't"'t"I. ailment simply because the money needed to pay for Venice, Florida
"For Your Health's Sake and Your Taste'
, san' medical attention or facilities was not available, or

t' forthcoming in time to prevent such a result. Society 0 you Delight, Eat More Sea Food"
.i and I and the entire medical profession should hang its
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head in shame IOMEIN
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I i, That serious illness or accidents strike almost inevitably LEMON BAY FISHERIES
sometime during every family's lifetime and that far
1 too frequently it is a financial calamity that crushes that I DIAL 3391 ENGLEWOOD 11 11Were

f. \\ithde\astatmgeffect. TBEIO's'
t 6. That the problem is one too great for individual so-
, \ lution on a mass scale. I
I P. O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS FLA. PHONE 3S3S
: 7. That the medical profession as a whole should take '
the lead in trying to see that money alone 'ne\'er determines I

whether a human being lives or dies suffers or finds sur-
I >I cease from his pains but if the medical profession fails BOLDT AND SONS
I 1 to assume that leadership and get that job done, then the Never MeantTo
people themselves should take over Plumbing Waterproofing Suffer Like This!

3. That since any government city countj state or Painting, Exterior and Interior
'I. J j\\ federal exists solely to the I .
J promote general welfare of Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication H... a tip for
,1\11\, its people. providing for its citizenry's medical needs is clearly ponen troubled by
' one of its paramount obligations far more important Norms'enaiclll,
I I. than improvements of breeds of livestock, betterment oft FREE ESTIMATESIN Irritability and ...
;: r agricultural practices. road building or any other of a thousand Weak,Tired CrankyFees.gsdue
to
i 'I' and one things now regarded as within the scope of proper 'middle-age' ):.
er governmental functions.
,r:, 9. That this problem of "100', medical attention" can be
'middle-He
, ', f h1 solved and that the selfish interests of no man or group of YOUR HOMEAS If period the peculiar functional to women maker!'
," men should be allowed to stand in the way, of its solution. A SERVICE suffer from hot nashes.touchtip--
:!\, 10. That if and when a hospital is established in Venice, strung .weak nervous feelings,iii-
no citizen of this should have to watch Lydia PinkhamsVegeUWeCoBpound
community ever a to relieve such sppttm
THE
} loved one suffer for one single instant waiting for medical 1UadZ,49"WONDERWHITER Taken regularly-this great medl-
(l attention or care while he first satisfies someone that he cine helps build up resistance S 1S!
I ". can par his hospital bill. WASH WITH LESS SOAP such 'middle-age' distress.
,
AY'' LONGER UFE FOR UNENS Theaunds Upon Thousands llIpIjl/
++HM4+++ Plnkham Compound li one of tin
( 1 INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE LESS RUBBING best known medicines you canto
LESS SCRUBBING for this purpose It has proved KB
VENICE FLORIDA t of the happiest days of some finen '
live can often be during tMr!
: Homeiltei On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties 6E.4OURS.': 401.We urge you to five PtI bIIDt \
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CANHONE Compound a fair and *
Acreage Farms Rentals ?;. .A1 II esttrUlJusUeelfltdoeBHe \
too. It'l also I
your
RICHARD H. GEDNEY ROBERTCAM great stomachic tonlclPM

LARSEN &46.ax&wEOETAILE
3 Reydt.+.d REAL ESTATE I.O4.S"x
Phone 2625, Venice COMPOUNDOn
Box 261 Sale at
Phone 1311Theatr.
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.T..... 147 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota Venice Florida

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27,1948 VENICE
September GONDOLIER Page Five


ptist Church Contest Winner ElIItimDII Two Motorists

Elect Officers Sends Thanks Stopped on TrailState

For $25 CheckA FIRST Nassau BAPTIST at Miami CHURCH
Baptist church of Ven- Avenue
first Venice Highway Patrolman Frank

Lll hare its annual election letter from J. J. Murphy of 19 n a.m.. Campbell Bible Clan Crawford. Pastor Parcinskl yesterday reported the

piers after the evening serv- St. Paul, Minn., conveying thanks 11 a.m. Morning service arrest of two motorists on the Ta-
29 it 6 30 p m. B Y.H.U
September ,
next sunday for the $23 check he received for 7'30 p.m. Evening norvloe. miami Trail near Venice, both ona

announced by the Rev. D. submitting the winning name, prayer W.lIn.I.7:3U service. : p.m.. Mid-week charge ol operating a motor ve- r.Letterheads.

hpbell Crawford, pastor. lieed i "Gulf View," in the recent "new hicle without valid state driver's
of the church OSPREY BAP'TiST
all members CHURCH license.
I county name" contest conducted Rev Henry Johnson, Pastor
|attend.t I through the columns of the Gon- 10 a. m. Sunday School; 11 a. m. One driver, Diamond Dixon of
annual business Morning service; I p. m. B. T. U i 7 Sarasota, posted a $25 bond at the
re chinch's dolier, was received this week by P. In. Evening .enlce; Wednesday, 1
!'ling) will! be held on the eve-I Richard II Gedney, Venice real p. m., prayer meetingVENICE.NOKOMIS sheriff's office, while the other,

g ,j Wednesday, October 9. It estate broker METHODIST Samuel Joseph Scavelli of Canton,

fellow a covered dish Murphy wrote, also: 'I am a Point CHURCHBay Nokomis Ohio, posted a $35 bond

[ to be served at 7 p. m.lunch-I property holder In Venice and 10 H Maurlec Felton, Minster
a.1II hnniliiy urinal
would be glad to see things go for 11 a.m. Mcrnlnn.irnhlp. State Takes Over are the "face"of
ENLISTS ward, as it is such a nice place. I 7 p.m. doling fillittuhln Group.
7'in nm Evening Service. Read to Island your business. Be lure
tell my friends here in the North W. ilini.il,, I,,i\'. 7 ;"" ,, m, Mill wink that li "clean" and
otJand A. Muller of Venice prayer mil cog nerxheCHURCH County Road Superintendent J. your
that it is the most beautiful
placein well kept. Gondolier printing
[enlisted in the Regular Army, OF GOD E. L:: !wi Floiida" assures you of the finest let
(Tampa Army Recruiting office Venice Venice Avenue reported lie has been advised by terheads possible,

lorted recently. LICENSEDEarl n..\.. r1 n JtrnlRin Pastor the Si'le Road Department that
II' MIII Sunday "d"o, ) the state has taken over the Albee
II .
Edge of Venice recently a.m. Inaihlnit f
,scribe to The Gondolier 90 i I I' in 1'run hlng road, running a mile from the Ta-
was awarded a private pilot's 1hurmli\, 7:3u pm. Young Peplei Business Cards
StrvUe. miami Trail to the south Treasure
license, after passing an examination -
Island budge, and the Siesta Key
500 for $4.25
before CAA Flight ExaminerEd I PROPERTY SOLD
road, north of Osprey.
Denham. Edge was a pupil of Sale of a plot of land on Cir-
Floyd Jo.Nner, of J. and J. Aircraft CUM load Nokomi. with a 400-foot Edwards said he was advised!

Edge, James Ponder, Charles frontage on Little Sarasota bay, that paving of both roads will be VENICEGONDOLIER

t'41 and Harry Darby, of Venice, and to Captain and Mrs C. S. Alden started soon, with $50,000( for the
work already being set in the
David Mclioy. of Laurel, left last was announced recently by MisM.iigtiiet up
state road budget.
week to enter the University of Evans of the H N Wim- PHONE 2961

Florida at Gainesville. nitre real estate office. The plot
There are 500,000 persons em-
f'rrnel'ly'a owned by the Ven-
ployed in the United States' 1,200

) )- RALPH WILHELM I ice Land Co radio manufacturing plants. Use Gondolier Classified Ads t r

PLUMBING, HEATING
AND REPAIRS CLASSIFIEDADS ENGLEWOODELECTRIC Tamlaml Trail

I Add New LustreTo "No Job Too Too Small"Venice Large, No Job Street and COMPANYBay Indiana Ave 1 Milt North of Venice

2315 Sarasota .542 ENGLEWOOD NOKOMISLODGE
Your Hair p. 0, Box 1832, Sarasota I (io sword first 10 word, to each "Good Will Better Business, ;
additional word. Minimum charge, Follow Fair Dealing"
Vic. Cash with Ad Special 1 rates
for more than one' Insertion of the FRED J. KRUEA Prop. Venice 2872
Nokomis Fla.
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Eugene oil treatment will same ad. Ads will b. accepted over Member No.Vel Post No. 159

linge dry, lifeless hair into a Aircraft I the telephone. with(2961)understanding up to I p.advertiser m.Thurld.y. .. ------

Inlng' gloryl( Have yours to* and I will remit payment prompt.
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V
y. Phone 2811. _
EnginesSERVICED EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS

UGENE OIL FOR SALE
$3 50 AND CONVERTED *
VTMENTCHARM 1\'J'In: ': I l.llbli,.nnlnir mjlhx, I to
That Will Stand
"Dependable Plumbing Inspection"J.
Aircraft and Engine ; al p r ill.xcn. I mi ,.on tellvered.
U \\' (iumiiieriln. Lake Hnild, FIR.T.Ipl17 .

Service Co. w.-,Ire"nl ciroiilatlnir heat
cr. Nearly; n,w. III: IhniiM 218J or J. (Joe) G. L (Kin)
Bill t't.' I:"x 6.2. \ cnloein .
ALBEE
BEAUTY SALON Godard Raymond AIRPORT Hanton H' x mi'Mil. fl 1:. 1I'ron Earl.I : JOSSART KINCAIDMohler
hire nil Ntatl"n l'h..II. 27H or
W. Miami Ave. Venice Box 157, Venice Phone 2551 27c1. w
Bldg. P, O. Box 134
J F'til'IL\\'lll I trall..r ,-t m .alll-|
III. With vilflnXllllK, UHK tit*". 323 W. Venice Ave. VENICE'r :
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Reservations Now I Il It HELP WANTED .
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Being Accepted W\o.1'I; : Amateur or ort student to
paint two words on small object
no x M Gondolier
LtarracL'Apat'hllt'lll5: F r ,
JJark ( INSTRUCTION
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ATTRACTIVE, NEWLY FURNISHED AND DECORATED SPECIAL RATEr

Each Unit contains Living Room, Bedroom (Twin Beds), Dinette.
Kitchenette and Bath children "f )lr"'hoo'I age or adults '
who arc free tn take lessons before S4
k&tti ctuL lu UA \ dtteuU secssedt ID o..wee4 2 p.m ,\IphlIn.titlllt.. "f Munlo, 801nlnnilAi APP1INI
epos >.. \">nli'>'. or Si5 Laurel {
LOUIS APPOLSON, Box 164, Venice, Florida "..rn..tn. ro

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

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BEER BY THE CASE 3 Bay Locations

127' Frontage three bedrooms,

TROPICAL ___________$3.75 + BOO sot. Deposit two bathn$40,000 Unfurnished at I J a-l


MY BRAU _____.______$4.25 + BOO Bot. Deposit !50' Road Frontnir t.G' Bay e Klima.
TrontaRe Three bedrooms t r LL""-

NARRAGANSETT ____$4.25 + Boo Bot. Deposit laths Quest house, 2 rooms
1 hath HO citrus trees

DORQUEST __________$3.75 (No Deposit) Furnished at
$37,500Four

bedrooms. two baths.
SMITTY'S TAVERNAND R.nanta room and shower
Two wells on rrol'orty. Completely -
PACKAGE STORE furnished ready to live
In. PosnesBlon on payment of 1

125 South Tamlaml Trail Venice purchase price of


N.$30,000H. Wimmers

REALTOR C00,11"6ANSPARS

VENICE, FLORIDA.


The Eczema Itching.BurningDistress

of mak-
Here's the modern way

PALM BEAUTY SHOP ing floors, woodwork and furni-

ture look like new.A permanent,
Gets Quick Ease and Comfort finish that
glossy, transparent
208 St. Augustine Ave. Crt a bottle of lUlnloss 1)Owerflll.. 9y crack. Alcohol-
iv-nctratlnj Masons Emerald. "" docs not chip or

VENICE he very rlt t relief land a few short proof and skid-proof. Easy to

btm.fLconuvir: the you way that to over.f you. PER clean. Requires no waxing. Buy
Some the Intense Itching and dls- QUART
CLOSEDTEMPORARILY f andsslmlnto usegreasess.taintlesseconomical Plasti-Kleer. today.Venice .

--promotes healinu
Ask for Moose's: Emerald Oil Satis-
rsetlon or money back-good drug-
gists everywhere Lumber Co.
On Sale at

THE REXALL STORE [
Venice 26J2
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:1 AUXILIARY country during World War II. Construction of developing "Kester's Myakki River Now under construCtiOll 1
To proceed with organizationalwork Cabins" on the Tamlaml Trail I concrete block k
Cabins Under Way building,
: (Continued from Page 1) the women will meet againIn I just west of the Myakka River of four the
{.a jutant was made to fill the vacancy Community hall at 8 p. m next Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kester of bridge. They hope to open the pro. duplex ottages they
!>. created when Richard H Monday night. All ladies who are St. Louis, Mo., are now engaged in perty before the end of the year. to erect.
,. Gedney resigned recently wIves, mothers, sisters, daughtersor -- -
I', After disposing of other business widows of World War I or II
the post turned the meeting veterans and reside in the Noko-
1< 0to 19 women who had accepted mIs-Osprey Venice Englewood-
i ed the No-\'el Legionnaires's offer Laurel district are invited to attend Venice
(II z yw
: to attend the meeting and a sub- the meeting
H'quent'iener roast on the beach. Those present last Monday night
Unanimously favoring creationof were:
an auxiliary, the women elected Mrs George Surls Mrs. Gerry FoodShop
Mil Ann Surls of Venice as temporal Ptftotnik, Mrs Harry Sjoblom,
i '>' chairman And Mrs, Irene Mrs Alice Lumley, Mrs Freddie
Wietlc of Nokomis as tcmpoiaijtecretjij Kmgo, Mrs Baxter Dye, Mis
', Frank Raeburn, Mrs Carroll Wil-
fr' Choice of Mis Sin Is to head liams, Mrs, Paul Goldenstein, Mrs
the group was deemed particularly James Dempsey. Mrs. Louis Ador- H. S, BOWDEN
appropriate, inasmuch as her hus- Jan and Miss Bernie Potaby, Owner
bond, George gave his life for his ice ven-I 217 W. Venice
Mrs Charles Wrcde, Mrs Ave.
t --- Wrede, Mrs. Boyd Sharp, Mrs. VENICE
I John Johnston, Nokomis; Mrs
I I HOLLYWOOD James Fox, Laurel; Mrs. Richard 12,01 CmNiblets No. 2 CanApple

i Apartment Hotel Norton Englewood, Mis Hayward Green, Corn 15c Sauce 21eStokely'

2 to S.Room Apartments

BUYS HOME Orange Lipton'sMarmalade
Rooms for Transients Mr and Mrs John A. Johnston 1-Ib. Jar 20c Tea 1-4-lb.Pkg. 21eChurch'
have moved Into their recently
Personal'
Supervision purchased home in Nokomis Fancy Georgia I LbI,
MRS RAY PARKER Johnston, of the No-
co-owner
VENICE 9471 komis Grocery, bought the three- Grape Juice Qt. 34c Sweet Potatoes 4 49C
bedroom house from W. R. John-
son. Maxwell HomeCoffee Pet, Carnation, Golden Key

J lb. 44c Milk 2 Tall Cans 25c


j' BOLSIMPORTED Waldorf Duff'i PkJ

' i Toilet Tissue 4 Rolls 18c Gingerbread Mix 2Je
f

,p LONDON DRY GIN u. s. No. I Morton's

By the Bottle or the Cats iI i I I Potatoes 10 Ibs. 36c Salt 2 Pkgs. 15c

I $4 'I I T. No. 2 Can12c Killegg't 2 6-OZ. Pkgsl3comato
Per Fifth Juice
a 46-z> Can __26c Corn Flakes 21i-oz. Pkg, 23t
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Jim Ponder's Package Liquors Del MonteCoffee Yellow

207 W. Venice Ave I lb. 42c Onions 2 Ibs. 13c
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