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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: October 18, 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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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE NOKOMIS Phone 2961
GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF
LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


OL,1, NO. 33 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS






pCEMAYORIAPPOINTS NEW PLAN BIG VENICE AIR SHOWNavy I





WATER BOARD


Armistice Day Event to
Reorganization of the entire Day Observance PlannedNavy


nancial enice municipal and administrativet water works veterans of Venice and vicinity this week began mak- Be Staged by C. of C. to

ing plans for local observance of
launched this week Navy Day, Sunday, October 27. -
> was Tentative features of the observance include talks in local
V. Mark VAAF
hen Mayor Clyde Higel, schools Acquisition
last Tuesday night's on Friday, October 25; a dance on Saturday night, October -
wring 28, and special I
Navy Day mention in the churches Sun-
ty council meeting, appoint. day, October 27Residents I To call attention to the fact that the City of Venice has

d a new board of water com- of Venice who wish to participate in the Special at last been granted possession, under an interim permit, of

ussioncrs Flower Memorial Services Venice Army Air Field, directors of the Venicc-Nokomis
to be held
on Navy bend
He named Finn Caspersen, longe then flowers in of the Day may Chamber of Commerce last night voted to sponsor a giganticair
care Senior Navy
Chaplain at
most outspoken critic of the The memorial services will be conducted by the Navy Tampa. show here on Armistice Day, November 11.

enice water works administra- Flyers from all parts of Florida,______
After
appropriate: oil-faith services, ships and planes will '
on, and Dr. T. S. Thompson and I will be invited to participate and

eorge Botts, councilmen, to serve (Continued on Last Page) efforts will be made to bet htvua.

11 the board for the next year Army planes to take part In the YOUTH CENTER

erms of the old board expired VENEZIA PARK SITE MAY BE b" ncr1!"4 celebration.

tober 16 President II S. Bowden appointed -

Renamed CHOSEN FOR NEW SCHOOLA a special air show com I STARTED HERE

Dr. Thompson succeeds himself, n.lice to male arrangements for

,ith Ca persen replacing Alex- strong indication that if and when a new high school is built the affair. Members are Colonel Off to a flying start, with pledgesof

nder Murphy, and Botts succeed- in Venice it will be located on Blocks 88-A, 91-A, and 92-A in the Vincent B. Dixon, former VAAr co-operation from various organizations -

l Councilman 1!. S. Bowden, who Venezia Park section was seen this week when Veinian Kimbrough, rimanding officer who is now a and individuals, the

st week announced he will not county superintendent of public instruction, asked the city council to permanent Venice resident; Carl VemceNokoimsoulh Center

ek re-election when his term ex- give the county school board a five-year "hold"' on the 16-acre plot. Obendoif, S L. Colgate, Floyd came into being during the past

i Ires next December. Several years ago, the then city, Jo"er and M A. Braswell. week. .

Appointment of the new board council virtually turned the tract< Finally Cleared I I Aided in forming then group by I

loaned a lengthy discussion ofe over to the school board, with the V.B.A. To Meet After being tied up in govern Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik,

entire water works question, understanding that work on the i ment red tape for several months, ,the youngsters held a meeting at

uring which Caspersen reiterated new school would start within a Next Tuesday to the city's application to take over the Venice-Nokomis school Wed-

IS previous charges that the water year. The outbreak of the war ths landing field and several ad.p"ining ,nesday afternoon, with Principal

card was not complying with le- threw that ,project out the window Hear CommitteesTo buildings, including the Homer Mikesells approval, and

al requirements and voiced caus- main hangar, finally was cleared named two girls, Gladys Bean and

ic criticism of the '"financial re- Airport Site hear preliminary reports I this week. Jackie Boldt, and two boys, Jim-

mis" submitted to the council When the letter from the school from five committees appointedat As a result, the city council will my Jones and Andy Malanca, to

The local real estate man pointd board was read during the coun- last Friday night's meeting of hold a special meeting at 8 o'clock act as a governing body. Mickey

out specific instances of what cil meeting last Tuesday night, the Venice Business Association, next Tuesday night at the city hall Keys was chosen secretary. j jN

(Continued on page 2) Mayor Clyde V. Higel said he had members of the new civic organi- to consider a proposal from J. andJ.

heard from reliable sources that zation will meet at 8:30: p. m. next Aircraft, Inc., and possibly other MEMBERSHIP CARDS

enice Inlet Docks the school board had been endeavOring Tuesday night, October 22, in the interested parties, to lease the field Nokomli Youth Center .
to obtain the land embraced lobby of the El Patio hotel. proceed to a point out of sight of Venice- .

Restaurant And in the present municipal Although 26 attended last Friday (Continued on Page 2) membership cards, costing
for yean duet will be
airport as a possible high school nights session, also held at the J $1 a
pishing Center OpensMarking available starting tomorrow,
site El Patio through the courtesy of Legion AuxiliaryTo
morning at the officeof
Saturday
fulfillment of Asserting that even if the city Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whaley, an
a long-
Elect OfficersMembers The Gondolier, 314 West
Pressed want by local anglers, takes over the Venice Army Air even larger attendance is anticipated Venice avenue.

uddy Ringo today opened for Field, it would still want to retain next Tuesday. of the auxiliary of No- For the convenience of itudenti .
usiness the municipal airport because of Names Committees 159 of the American
his Venice Inlet Docks Vel Post No. living In Nokomis, Engle-
estaurant, bar and grocery store, its convenience to the business! dis- After Secretary Smyth Brohard Legion met last Tuesday night in wood and other nearby district,
seated in trict, Higel suggested that the presented an outline of matters discussed hall and
the were
former crash boat Community given I the cards also will be put on
use building at Venice Inlet council go on record as making the previous night by the ballots bearing the names of nom- sale next Tuesday at Venice-
that stand known as its policy, and newly-elected five-man board of
In addition to a dining room inees submitted by the recently I Nokomis high school
capable of seating 50 persons, a (Continued on Last Page) governors Chairman G. L. Kin- appointed nominating committee.
caid announced the following com-
ommodious beer and wine lounge Officers of the auxiliary will be
another
of Gulf mittee appointments: It was decided at
Sale
nd screen porch overlooking the elected at the next meeting to be
set
afternoon to
Membership, Mrs. Nellie Cosby, meeting yesterday
aters of Casey Pass (Venice held at the home of Mrs. Alice
Theatre Building 13 to 21,
limits at
Met J. M. Dick, C. C Lowe. membership age
), and a grocery store the Lumley at 8:30: p. m. Tuesday
By-Laws, M. A. Braswell, B. E. and to fix annual dues at $1, with
ew establishment will have baitor Here AnnouncedSale November 5. All who Join priorto
Bowen, Dan Oprisiu dances free to members.
sale and will rent rowboatsnd that time will come in as char- Vic-
of the Gulf Theatre build- Municipal Government, Finn Through Chief Pestotnik,
fishing tackle ter members, it was announced by
The ing on ,West Venice avenue to Caspersen, Dick Rich, Carroll Williams tor Retty, who has just purchasedthe
restaurant will feature Mrs. George Surls, temporary building has
uthem Victor Retty of Detroit was an- Gulf Theatre
fried chicken and seafooders
nounced this week by Robert Sand County Government, Richard II preside/it agreed to donate use of Commu-

prepared by Chef William Mildred M. Baynard. Con- Gedney, Grady Taylor, R. N. Lar- Two committees were named, nity hall to the Youth Center two

Montgomery, from 11 a. m. to 2:30p : sideration involved was not disclosed with Mrs. Ruth Kuykendall appointed nights a week. The youngstersplan

m. and from 5:30: p. m. to 10:30 sen.Civic Planning, Frank Raeburn, chairman of the group to meet every Wednesday
1
p. m Sandwiches will be servedat delegated to find a new meeting to 10 m, and
from 7 m. p.
night p.
aU Included in the deal is the Gulf Otis Bronson, Howard Whaley,
hours. The bar and grocery auxiliary and Mrs. hold a
place for the Saturday night to
store Theatre, itself, as well as the store Mrs. George Surls, Mrs. Hattie every
will be open from 8am. locations now occupied by the Baldwin. Boyd Sharp named head of the dance from 7 p. m. to midnight.
"Up. m. committee to work with the new admission charge is
to be A 50-cent
Richard
Venice Paint Store, the Preliminary reports are
The Popular Spot H. Gedney real estate office, the submitted by all five of these Venice-Nokomis Youth Center. planned for non-members.
new establishmnt Is expected Mrs Mona Goldenstein and Mrs. To obtain funds with which to
and Last Page)
l to Venice Gondolier office, (Continued on
prove particularly popularwith Richard Curry will aid Mrs. Kuy- launch the group's activities, donation -

the many fishermen who Woodard Luncheonette.himself Is a Venice Beach kendall, while Mrs. Sharps assistants containers have been placedin
Retty
lock Although
to the nearby Venice Jetties, will be Mrs. C. A. Wrede stores in Venice and Nokomis.

oil noted as one of the finest theatre man of long experience, Being ImprovedWith i and Mrs. Harry Sjoblom. (Continued on last page)
fIShing spots along the Florida it is understood that he has retained -
Gill Barry Wimbish to continue expense of the work being'
{ Coast- Ringo leased the
building from management of the local motion shared Jointly by the city and I' SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
George Gibbs, who
recently picture houseTIMPBRATURSS. Robert S, Baynard president of:
J acquired the Venice In- I VENICE GONDOLIER,
let the Venice Land Co., remodeling
Property. In addition to the P. O. Box 632,
large of the municipal beach at the foot
dock already there, he has Venice, Florida.
of Venice avenue was started
MMtructed a smaller pier for I WeatheR I
small boats. \ early this week. Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one

The Sand henceforth will run com-
aft city council test Tuesday RAINFALL pletely up to the casino, with the year ($2.50) ., six months ($1.50) .- -,
gave Ringo'' permission to DATE HIGH LOW INCHES '
erect two signs pointing the Previously recorded .__... ,....1.29 loop road heretofore running or three months (75c) .
to Venice inlet way Fri., Oct. 12 _..._...85 72.-.0.00 around the building being covered (Check which) '
the one to point west BaL, Oct. 11 __...S8 7s.-..o.oo over. In connection with the ex- (All subscriptions must be paid In advance) ,,
Intersection of the TamUmi 8un., Oct. 14 ___II es.-,__.0.00 Esplanade south for a
'bail tension of The
and Venice avenue, and the Yon., Oct 15 ___88 61.-.0.00 Name
4th 82..0 00 400 feet, a large parking area is
r to point north along the Tuel. Oct. 11 ---It
V ice Wed.. Oct. 17 __ s2.--.o.0o being provided for the convenienceof Address
Inlet
lei road from the foot of Thur., Oct. 11 .___.s. .,__ motorists visiting the
avenue. Total for month to date.--------1.29


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DAY amount contributed," he said. The directors ---
NAVY pledged
FLINT ARROWHEAD DUG UP their
President Bowden Interposedthat port and gave their endorse

(Continued tram Page 1) despite contrary miscon- to the
HATCHETT CREEK any newly-organized
HERE IN
I land and there the flowers will be
II Nokomis
II I ception, the "one vote" rule Is in Youth Center, r
scattered the water
on James
A flint arrowhead of uncertain age and mysterious origin was Clyde V. Higel, himself a effect; that "multiple member- A. Hightower, Carl pye
Mayor dorf
ships" do not give a member more and the Rev Felton
brought up recently by a diaglme engaged in cutting a six-foot channel Navy veteran of World War II, I pointed beir4 lii'
I I in Hatchett creek paralleling the new bay front real estate subdivision yesterday issued the following than one ballot. He agreed with mittee. as a-Youth Center"oa,

being readied for market by J E. Bartlett of Venice. Baynard that the mistaken im-
proclamation:
Bartlett, when he brought thearrowhead pression should be corrected, and Stephen Albee
I : WHEREAS, Navy Day, 1946, C C. Lowe
into the office of The went on to explain that no general Richard Gedney IiIII
of United were
affords the people the ,
WATER BOARD Gondolier, said that it was a truly States an opportunity to salute the meeting of the C. of C. membershiphas pass on advertising that aplJOintl4
unusual find, inasmuch as such been held since the war start- placed in northern mar lit
and :
achievements of our Navy, ; newspaper
(Continued from page 1) ed, because it had been thought .
I rock is not nativ e to this sectionof der the name of the C
o "WHEREAS, this first Navy Day of c
he termed incoriect and illegal the country I following demobilization frommankmd's such a session should be in the paid for by individuals, ,bill

piactices including failure of the Bartlett al o displayed a clip form of a dinner meeting, "and we Other business
greatest war offers an transacted
board to carry meter deposits ina ping from a recent 'issue of the have had no place capable of a routine "'
opportunity for public recognitionof nature, The meetm/l!
separate fund Orlando Morning Sentinel, in feeding 100 to 150 people.
the peacetime mission of the one of the best-t :te-:Jed
1. :Mavur H gel vainly attempted which editorial reference was 'Nato guard our nations freedom Upon motion of Director J. T. of the chamber in session
to find out how' many meter deposits made to the local mam son, theRe Blalock a $25 increase in monthly It was the e\'eralll1on1hs
first ,
and; u e .y the ,
are unpaid at the present \'. James E. Bartlett of the Edge salary was voted for Secretary of the dtncl
"WHEREAS, this year is an ors recei: e
time. When no one could answer :Memorial Methodist church of arged offi
A, Beach together with
Harry a
of the
especially appropriate occasion to ces C of C r
,I his question, he suggested that all Cleveland. who was quoted as reporting hope that a further increase could .jeltn'lII
honor the veterans of World War repainting of the
meter deposits of which the city 1S1\ out of 154 Sunday be granted soon. I 11. IOCltlll
II find to emphasize the importance on the northeast ier of
the
v
his record, or for which water School members were present ona
N of maintaining a strong Director Richard H Gedney miami Trail ana U
users could produce receipts, be recent Sunday, which should bea ce 8\I111.
r peacetime Naval Receive, trained urged that the C. of C. clearly was completed few
refunded, "and then collect from record of some kind ill)!
and ready to man our fleet in the outline its objectives and endeavorto ago.
everyone Incidentally. the neDOI'llett's
event of national cmeigncj, and; achieve a greater record of accomplishment -
No List twin brrther Allen. also Is a MethcdiM 44++++++++++
UHEREAb, the slogan for
Robert N. Larsen, of the water minister, at present holding
Navy Day, this year is "Your Committees Named BUSINESSAND
,
corks staff, said the city had not a pistoiate in Neva\fo, Mich
Navy, Victor in War, Guardian in
Two Christmas
brained, so far cu he knew', a tree committees
unplete list of meter depositshen Peace were named by President Bowden, I
PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY
Reopens TuesdayAfter
"THEREFORE, I Cl>'de V. Hegel,
the Nokomis
it bought tie. H50000 plantm group being comprised -
Albert Blackburn last >ear having been closed for JO,I :Mayor of Venice, hereby proclaim of T M Wrede, sr., chair-

Upshot of the entire discussions days, lot redecoration and to per Sunday, October 27, 1946, as Navy man: S. B. Colgate, and the Rev,
I I Day and call upon all citizens of 4111&444+++4-F+++++14tMr+
s >'or Higcl appointment of mit installatIon of new equipment, I H Mauncce Fell:>n, and the Venice
Venice to take in observance
1 new board, after City AttorneyL including a big fix-burner kitchen part group consisting of George
of this day through the WILLIAM LA.\RROSE
nar ROM informed him that the r.infrcuodatds: Luncheonettewill many Higcl, chairman; Bowden, and Jack
IJ boards termpired the next reopen, for business next channels open to them." Wilkinson.The ATTORNEYAND

I ay Tuesday, directors voted an honorary COUNSELOR.ATLAWTITLE TRANSACTIONS'

The mayor urged that an auditof John Woodjrd, the proprietor, AIR SHOWContinued membership in the local C. of C. Phone Punta Gods 261 or 2H

the water works books be made said the popular restaurant hence- to Charles C. Green, brother of

immediately "so that the new forth will be open from 7am. ( from Page 1) Frank C. Green of this city; and

board can have a dean start." to S p mistiative and some of the buildings managing director of the Adver- Dr. H. J. Hoeppner

Councilman Cotts agreed to try to'' The council held a special meet- tising Club of New York, "for the PHYSICIAN

make arrangements for such an >'stcm, ing last Wednesday afternoon to encouraging interest he has shown Hollywood Apt,Hottl-M,am All
Hrt 30,12, 21 Phone 21PJeadef \
:
Curfew confer wIth three high "
immediate audit. He and Caspei- Dropped government in Venice.

lien conferred Ian night with James Two other important actions fea- officials who came to Venice

A. Hightouei, who recently assumed tured last Tuesday night's' meet for a conference on the field. i I

bookkeeping duties for the ing of the council, at which all They mere Robert Overstreet of

t water works as the first step in members were present. The city I the U. S. Army Engineers, Savannah -

w the planned reorganization of the lathers decided to table indefinitely Ga.; H. R. Boswell, U. S.

y water Storks financial and admin- the proposed 9 p. m. curfew ,Army Engineers, Jacksonville; andS

'i' inance. and voted to adopt an W Acosta, War Assets Administration -

i ordinance adding several new i Jacksonville "For Your Health's Sake and Your Taste'i

Aircraft IU,1I1Ch license classifications to I During the conference, the government '-
Delight Eat More Sea Food"LEMON
and those already in effect in the cit)', : agreed to turn over to the ,

The curfew ordinance was clrope city without cost the air field
.
EnginesSERVICED i 'i ..Her the councilmen Joined I proper and that portion of the BAY FISHERIESDIAL

AND CONVERTED In expressing the opinion that such I base south of Fifth street. Included

". : otc would be "too strict," and are some 30 to 40 buildings, all 3391 ENGLEWOOD

li' Aircraft and Engine :'. ,-)-1 1': :.o: remedy the situation. with water and lighting facilities. I

Service Co. C' ,c: I f Pol,ce Gerry Pestot- Among the structures are the main

.K u: ; hose suggestion the cur- hangar and about 10 large steel,
J R<: ". :. ALBEE Bill '....u.ce r.un been brought cement-floor warehouses. I
EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS
Cop ":'r: AIRPORT Hintcn :: .
1.
: -'icted! that action onoc A possibility that some of the

Bet ::57. \'e-t PI-:re 2551 '. re. ,r,1IJ we see how buildings, or the grounds, acquiredby

f V : ft..:cr works out:' the city may be converted intoa "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"J. ;

..( municipal trailer park, or a temporary -

Only 67 Days 'Tit Christmas! housing project is envisioned J. (Joe) G. L. (Kin)


"',x Toys! Toys! Toys! C.Mayor of C. Cljde directors V. Hegel to aid asked the] city the JOSSART KINCAID i


Com 'In And Wake Your in obtaining "tenants" for the field Mohler Bldg P. 0. Box U*
Selection, Now, While You and or the buildings, pointing out
Hive a Wide 323 W. Venice Ave. VENICE I
Variety To Choose their suitability for aerial freight I
From
I use, manufacturing plants, etc.

r LANIER'SVARIETY Take No Stand


STORE Although the decision enthusiastically to sponsor supporting the- SPECIAL; VALUESThis

213 W Venice Ave. Phone 2182 air show on Armistice Day, the

directors took no definite stand on I
,
r p p'T1awl whether the city should accept the

tentative lease proposal submitedby Week-End Only
j P. 0, BOX 42
NOKOMIS FLA. PHONE 3533 Floyd Jo>"ner and Ed Denhamof

J. and J. AIrcraft. LANSDOWNE RESERVE Filth

Director S. B. Colgate of Nokomis -

BOLDT AND SONS opposed any C. of C. expres- WHISKEY $3.50A

sion of opinion in the lease matter,
Regular $4.15 Value
i / t a Plumbing Waterproofing asserting, "It's up to the city coun-
cil to decide what to do" '
Painting, Exterior and Interior 100% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS Flft.l!
The air show proposal, moved
1 s Carpenter Work GLADSTONE GIN $2.95FiM
Steel Fabrication by Robert S. Baynard, was approved -

unanimously by the C. of

FREE ESTIMATES C. directorate. _

Baynard, president of the Venice KING WINE 95c
Land Co. and a generous donor to

the C. of C., said it had come to

"WHERE GOOD his attention that there had been Cue of 24
.. r., criticism voiced of the
"multiple LA $3.50
TROPICAL
FRIENDS MEET" membership" set-up of the cham- BEER


B. and B. ber."I think we should limit a mem- Plus 60o Bot Deposit F

Bar' ber to one vote, regardless of the .

PACKAGE DEPARTMENTAT
(Formerly Club LiTond) Rooms by

Open I a. m. to Midnight Day or COPPER
Sundayt 1 p. m, to MidnightBud Week

Newberry BobOilman With furnished service Maid KETTLE INN Smitty's Tavern


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day, October 18, 19413 VENICE GONDOLIER
I Page Three

Tamtam Trail Preacher Scientist ized to demonstrate the beauties of I sulting from the action of sunlighton
1 Mile North of VeniceNOKOMIS II natural science. The illusion of green leaves.

flower buds developing into full Through photomicrography the
blown blossoms in a few secondsis
LODGE audience peers into the micro
Are you created through this time-com scopic world of a drop of water
Nokomis Fla. Venice 2872 pressing photo technique. The and observes the complexity of

TM0 metamorphosis of a caterpillar tiny organisms, enlarged more
through the various
stages from
than a million times.
toss worm to butterfly, and pollinationof
from There will be no admission
flowers are seen on the screenin
fON charge, but a free-will offeringwill
? full color.Believed be taken.

'NEWPHONE to be the first of their
ON Of The lilt
Here's kind are the natural-color picturesof
some Ways To Build Up Red BIo04r An earthquake in Shensi, Chi

roa girts wbo suffer from simple photosynthesis, the mysteriousfood ,na, on January 24, 1556, claimed
Mnla or who lose eo much during (Since the last Issuance 0' the manufacturing process re- 'the lives of 830,000 persons.
lontnly periods that you are pale,eel telephone directory several listings
att, weak, dragged out'-thia may have boon made or numbers
t due to low blood-Iron changed Next Issue of the direct
ory le not scheduled to appear until
Lydia E.
Be start today try PIntTABLET80ne next
January. You may have yourhome
un'l of the greatest or bualneee telephone. numberAlpha
ood-iron tonics you can buy to help listed herein .t nominal COlt. CIII VENICENOKOMISBANK
mid up red blood to give morewattli 2981 for further Information.)
and on.ray-m such CUM.piBkHam Institute of Music..2663
'I Tablets help build up the Baukat Henry ...?.............? 2673
a WAUTT of the blood (very Imperial Boldt and Sons .. .......... 3533
by blood reinforcing cella the haemoglobin Bowen B. E. ..?................. 34H OR IRWIN
I red Plnkham't Tablet for Bowlakade .......................... 2661 A. MOON VENICE, FLORIDA
try 30Jlthon
i Jut we It you, too. don't re- El Patio Hotel.... ._.?.....? 3572
uubly beneOt. All drugatorea Gondolier ..._................. 2961 To Show Sound Film "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member
Green's Fuel....... ....._.. 2372
IJ tpinkham's TABLETS Ponder J. WH Jr. (res.)..2824 At Baptist Church
McKinney Clyde..........._..2153 of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Post Office .?_..??._..?.> 2604 Next Monday Night
On Sale at Smitty's Tavern ...?..?..... 2163 '
Taylor Hardware ............ 2892 Vivid full-color scenes from $5000 Maximum 'InsuranceFor $5000
THE REXALL STORE Wheeler's Auto Services...2165 'I astronomy and natural science are! Each Depositor

Venice, Florida Woodard's Luncheonette. 3481 featured In "The God of Creation,"
,
sound motion picture> to be shownat
8 o'clock next Monday night at''

I the First Baptist church, accordIng -I

to the Rev D. C. Crawford, IN YOUR

The pastor. HOMEAS'
Produced in the West Coast lab-

PALM BEAUTY. SHOP oratory of Moody Bible Instituteby A'SERVICE..e
Irwin A. Moon, Sc.D., "The God
of Creation" is the second in a series ,
of evangelistic films. The film 100% SOFT WATER AT A TURN

208 St. Augustine Ave. by Dr. Moon, "They Live Forever," OP-THE FAUCET...
had large in all t
a showing parts of
VENICE C e WITHOUT S SOFTENER i
the country

In the opening section of "The

God of Creation" the audience,
CLOSEDTEMPORARILY takes a trip to the stars by meansof
solar photographs taken throughthe
'
giant 100-inch telescope of Mt
Wilson Observatory in southern

California, and views complex Call ROBERT N. LARSEN, Venice 2625

gyrations of our own solar system. SARASOTA SOFT WATER SERVICE. INC.

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1'" h VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, October iti
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4 VENICE GONDOLIER INTHE ROAR I II'M GafonStomadi minute er

I LIFE douses
win 19KANE your
"I do not agree with a word you it.-VOLTAIRE say, but I -was.."': "f:1"fie mosey eW.,.pVhl.erarr Ilstk1N .....
to lM
right say tae
defend with my life your T tk1y
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and business' office, 314 W..tVnlc.
Published. Avenue every Venice Friday., Florida Editorial P, O, Box 632 Telephone Venice 2961 C':.. tit..b eIIrr..:4baepa'a, ':.:.:


Entered ? ,econd.elate matter June 8, 1948, at the poet offices On Sale at

s Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 187 THE REXALL STORE

I Subscription rates: One year $2,SO; six months, |150; three Venice, FloridaLMSQNJ

month 75c Classified advertnlnq rate: 2 cents per word first 20
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words, 1 cent per word for each additional word.

t. Editor and Publlaher
WILLIAMS __
CARROLL
1 HELEN WILLIAMS ..... .... "".'...._.._...._.._......... Office Manager
,. increasing millions

there are such things as libel suits Sna $ack With

contracts. And aprinter's
And advertising
U L LIG A M
bill to pay every week NADACh

By c. H. W. 11 And other expenses'

Our friend gave us a look. He
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held up his left hand, fingers to-
W":1.: c I11.I'Hkc our f i lend.
.to. gether. He pulled his little finger
:1 .lclly 1 1 u' 11 ". ihiul!. MII Cessna
from the others
atop t | (',,:. i' around\ th bush in' apart! ft Designed to
\i "One,' he said dcliberatch "Of speedily It 1.4
calla haliuo-er a bulldozer loW simple headache i and ply
thcics two tides to every discomforts of
I "\ ",1 mean 'n shade i ; a Slade.don't course neuralgia
r jtnn.-the wrong side an' the right ,
you, we replied unskillfully n I Measured Antes j. ?_
trying to porn his thiufl jide Thats part of your busi- U form for quick assjuUtJoi:

,, .. to tell folks what you think
I dint mean no seen a thing; ness- n Proof of merit.

I ., t. .. rted teftlK: Never tend a u wrong and what you think is U mull over one-third Same type cotoj!ta.

t. do a mam work, ifn you right about some of these thing

v a good Job done I mean a Course, sometimes YOU'LL think" U II'Standard Laboratory T7 tested 8 P,,ingredlesa coattoped

t :, I zer" wrong but you c'n tn, anyways.Wait *
SCBCA BUT COULD YOU DIVIDE ONB
'What" we temporized, not feel-: a minute" we protei:ed. BEE STEAK I BETWEEN THE TWO OP YOU ..THE\ r UlOo;=a.i In and price 25c range sizes of ovum

ii n any mood that morning fora "\ newspaper i if fimi-c.:;ed to report OTHER ONE WAS-E BURNED'"

bmg even approaching an ar- the facts and let people draw' I Caution: Use only as tocfctjSTANBAW

mind"" their own conclusions, Isn't it?" I
lent, "do you hate in BU/TAI-!
g "The way you talk, we grumbled : that an' you know it Seems to me !
', "You know danged good an' well "Fopp'co,k' That's only part of
"it looks doubtful-e\'en as you said once you preferred doin'business
what I have in mind," he l1orted I M lob an' you know It A good
Golden Rule' basis
to you. on a ,
but ifi insist on be.n' stubborn i newspaper doesn't juSt sit back an'll.k
1 ', you "Well, be patient," he ad\i ed. an>'wav-that, so far as you are On Sale At
('11 put it this wa-W'll1: it everything from th' side-
"Ten, twenty years from now concerned a man'i word is good THE REXALL STORE
out rtnamin' lires-it ritches right in an' carriesth'
right in
come pr
you gana mebbe they will. Anjwavs, two," enough for you until it's proved Venice. Florida
names an' citin' fingers, ball 01 its own once in awhile
and he pulled another finger over, worthless, or somethin' like that"'Now
about some of th' thingi that have You know as well as I do that people -
"so long as what you write is th' who's quibbling*" we I
on mound here an are mil depend on their paper to explain -
gone I truth, you don't need to worry jeered, "You know darn well what
holdin' up th' wheels of p'ogre's" as well as report, what'sgoin' HELPS BUILD'URESISTAHCE
about bein sued for libel" we meant is that an editor's got
"\\esaidslo\\l\\'. "there are on Like Kalterborn, an'Swing
"Oh, noe" objected "Look- to be realistic and think a little
two sides to every story Also, an' some ol those other
is just being sued is bad Even if about the business end of things
radio commentators do That ,
people do if they got confidence In you're right, you've still got to hirea An editor alienates too many advertisers against
lawyer and into court to and first thing know
For FallLoveliness the paper and its editor 'Coursethats go prove you
confidence it" he hasn't GOT any paper to edit.
a point. Anybody got
in YOUR good motives and "So what*" he said softly That bad for the communitytolose MONTHLYPAil

common sense, bub* Besides me, I "Am't you th' one I heard say any a paper-but its even worse

*" newspaperman worth his salt I for the editor
F-r mean
wouldn't want his own paper if he Our friend Just gazed at us
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:\ I couldn't print the truth in it*"' steadily, without saying a word

..." ...,...'t. We had to nod in agreement We stood it for about 30 seconds.

\ \ FIREWOODThe "Three," he ticked off another "Okay, okay," we gave In.

t1> \'. L 'fJ finger, "what advertisin'! contractsyou "We'll write some 'interpretative'

flJ"t'" talkin' about You don't have stories, To the best of our ability When Taken

t j l; .o:. <"'( ,';x ,;; finest quality of one single written agreement like "With names an' fingers" Thivout

"With names and figures," we
I ; firewood fat pine ENGLEWOOD agreed "Only-," The Month ;cNo

Keep In step with Fa.hlon'l full and honest measure. ELECTRIC COMPANY "Only what?"
flit tempo of changing ttylei Bay Street and Indiana "v.
"Only we hope people will un-
Here a new loveliness In this ENGLEWOOD
..1 brand new coiffure, styled to Delivered to your door. Good Will and Better BuamttaFollow derstand we're trying to help the
Fair Deal
Ji! bring out the best In you. nB community become an even better

;. Cold Start tavO.f with a Rayette Your order will be ap- Member FRED J No.KRUEA V.l Poll, Prop No 15. place in which to work and live, A fUla Stomachic Todd

and aren't Just trying to stir up Win pound Dom none'than lust,IOJIIt Cto.

CHARM preciated. trouble for trouble own sake" monthly cam when caused br lemurfunctional
duu rbwM. I
1 'I i BEAUTY SALON 24-Hour Service" "Bub," he said earnestly, "Most also relieves monthly wc i, tired aenoat
people will understand Take cranky ellnt such dayi-'l"
p, Trlxle and Luclle Jack Denison VENICE TAXI my due to this cause Pinktums Cpound ;
word; for It-most of 'em will understand hu a soothing caret on ou
)f1 223 W. Miami Ave. Venice woman'e moat Important organs
Phone 2832 VENICE SERVICEPhone real good" Taken thruout the month PInham'
Phone 2811 Compound helps build up res0tende
i Well-we hope he's right.TRIANGLE .
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Venice 2165 or 3461 against such distress
very eflectlTt itonucolc tome.

Thousands Upon Thousands

INN .I Oils and Women H(1ped-

A Privilege to Live In FloridaA HOLLYWOOD Rooms TheN aN no opiates III P1nkb1m
By Compound. It'e made from Motbw yr
kernplus
] Distinction to Live In Venice Apartment Hotel Day or Week tun a Vitamin own wholesome B,. I'0": root a.nro and sosssboxreported

Corner Nassau Tooueanda upon thouaandjoinu.
2 to 6.Room Apartments and Peniacola VENICEFOR remarkablebesrsta. like this-w
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor U you sugar
PmtbsmlCompound
urge you give
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: fair and QIIIII
Rooms for Transients .AI all clrUPtoMo
QUICK, RELIABLE

r Percent) Supervision' SERVICE, CALLPLUMBING JMk&KMHi*

t+ VENICE FLORIDA MRS. RAY PARKER VEGITAILI COMPOUNDOn

Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf VENICE 9471 SHOPBox Sale at
REXALL STORE
THE
14, Venice
Phone) 216
Venice, Florida


STARS ON PARADE By TONI KOSSETT


G1t>WNWl 'movie Mc",AfOOREA
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MAKES GOOD!

F mom x GEOWEMki A FIN!COMEDIAN
f \PPDDIICT OF 11E SIDE THAT HOLLYWOOD

s 'FREDRIC MAR;FI WAS ONCt: spew OF NEW YOQy MId4IT NEVER
a A MODEL FOR THE FAMOUS so I" BUTo.E'tUR OR HME CLAIMEDBERM -,"
ARTIST HOWARD CHANDLER 5a4Ool-AT 711E 11,0110011:11": 41
Ar! OF NINE H! WAS

CWRlSTyHE ON THE STAGE ALSO AND SEWED PLJNED IN' MORE v

*S ASSISTANT STAGE I I Nis.. WIRE

7 r WANA&ER,3CRPTHOLTJERCTC.n [DOIa CaaatLL Ale! 1P2
MARRIED TO I

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October 18, 1046
I VENICE" GONDOLIER


mmunity ,Serviceb Shuffleboard Club Page Five

Welcomes Committees NamedAt Methodist.Church No-Vel Post To


New Membersntysix the monthly meeting of the W.S.C.S. Circles Hold MeetingIn Venice Bowlakade

members of the I Venice Shuffleboard club, held EnglewoodNext Women's LeagueTeam

limunity Service club met last last Monday night at the shuffleboard With the VENEZIA meeting of No-Vel
courts in the civic chairman, Mrs. A. L. Post No.
It at the home of Mrs. H. L. the resignation of Walter B.center Sheehan ., Blalock, presiding, the Venezia 159, American Legion, will be held W L Pins,
dy to discuss plans for the circle held its in the Englewood schoolhouse on Trailer TurkH.mlaku.le S U 107:
who has moved monthly
to meeting
Sarasota
Imf season. last Tuesday the night of Monday, October 28 f s 3JI.
night U
at
was accepted. the home of i.lf a I"'I'e a 1 1611
x new members were wel- Mrs. Alice Mrs. M. C. Cousins. The meeting it was decided at last week'smeeting I'ulin 'Cell! 2 1linrl's I'," .

ed I Into the organization. They Lumley, president, was opened with the devotional I of the post, held in Com Pure (HI I a :1 I:;I

Mrs Helen Dick, Mrs. Frances appointed the following commit by Mrs. Blalock. The study book. munity hall here. Local Legionnaires ISmllrwiiud U I I 16U
tees .
Ikley, Miss Mae Davis, Mrs.n : "The Cross Over Africa:" will "rendezvous" at the defeated.Kiilia Lurln thin ui'ik Pure: VVnIfa Oil. 21 Hlmliilr: lint

i Curwood, Mrs. Howard W. Tournament, Andrew J. Falst,, given by Mrs. Alex was Chamber of Commerce here at 8 'Park.t III "..I.niil liiminkiiilv. i.l.: Trailer
Murphy.
David Re- defeated Nmtliwuml: a n.
lv, and Miss Amallia Fritz. Reid Walter B. Surls; memo freshments were served during p. m. AVERAGES

feature o fthe meeting was thIng e bership, Mrs. Walter B. Surls, social hour to Mrs. J. T. the Frank Raeburn and Gerry Pes- (('"n'I.II'd l>>',. .Vliirjnl, ,. Aikirjun
Blalock
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by R. S. Tilley, of John Louis Siegel, Mrs. George Botts, !Mrs. W. V. Blalock, Mrs. A. L., totnik were named as a committee Khiinli.}., Trailer Park'
ey': famous New Yorker mag- Howard Berger, Frank Green, Mrs. Blalock, Mrs. C. C to investigate the possibilityof I.uueps.'olfo Mmliilr .. 1.",
Lowe Mrs. J. Kukendnli' frailer. lurk I..
|e article on the atomic bornb- Mahoney; publicity, Mrs. H. L. E. Bartlett, Mrs. renting a new meeting place Paiiby, Irallir Peel ... I1'
George Reid '
Hiroshima. Refreshments Mundy; medal, Misses and clubroom for the U urn'N, II""IlIklll, II
of Evelyn Mrs. M. C. Cousins, Airs Alex post. Mean- \1'r'de.I Trail'r lurk J It I
the hostess. Baker and Arita Graves.It Murphy and Miss while, Hiram R. Ide and Richard .lnll'r."It' Hln.lnlrVMIihiiiH J III
Lily II Moore. I Palm i.rill II.I .
|s7rmeeting; date of the clubset was voted to ask the city LAUREL Curry were directed by Command. I II..rxrh:l .. .I{:nrl M I Pure nil 11"
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1.1:0.; .11. 11x 41ndth. I''"
( for Thursday evening, No- council to provide four benches Mis. Paul Melroy, chairman er Thomas M. Wrede jr., to con- Ih.lllllkI. I'"
for use of tinue to work out plans for I "rust, Mott l.kad, I";
Iber 21, with the refreshment players and spectatorsand presided over the monthly meet construction Hull \iHlllV.Knl I";

Imittee to be composed of Mrs. 1 to request that the western- ing last Tuesday night of the Laurel or acquisition of a per Sin'IK. .\.. I ulin i rill I"
\.l.ijan+ 'I'rlll'.r! lurk .. 1"1
.e V, Higel, chairman; Mrs. most of the four terrazo courts be circle Mrs. A. J. Williams manent post clubhouse. ,Hr.,. hunt lurl:, B Pure till 1"
gave I:ail, Earl, '. I Purr 11. I"
Adjutant B. E. Bowen
ees Barkley, and Mrs. Eu- repaired. (The council, at its the devotional and the study book, reported t,""ulir. ,\"..If'. llIdl"r. I"

MaierUrge. Tuesday night meeting, agreed to "The Cross Over Africa," was he has received deeds for two lots 1'..r. hlntin. 1I\\llIkllJ.. ,I.rl':: I Peters-. till I"1"1I.hlll"lIl. "

provide the benches and will see given by Mis Melroy. Refreshments on East Venice avenue which Finn Xo.I.,,". \\"II'M Jo'h' err
Caspersen, Venice real estate lIrl'. \1 I I',,1110' grin "
Mitchell what can be done to repair the were served during the man, 2.nu Ii.,, ,ode I
couit) hour and social recently donated to the post. Cas ..:;,. : :: II ;,.;
I a Ilalter. Neetl'ttu rat :

|iyj Sebringrber shower was given to handkerchil"I persen were advised welcome the to Legionnairesthey Inntb: ; ',: t n N':nil'i: ,: ," :,'11 t
the lots
4-H Club Here I Moffctt in honor of use I'" 1,;.., ,', "Pair, til' .
Shop (* in any way they saw fit.
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urge Mitchell, former city Elects Officers Members of the Edgewood cir- 1 I

cUman and at present a memo cle met List Tuesday evening at New Owners Take VENICE BOWLAKADEMEN'S

the county school board, For Coming YearBy the home of their chairman, Mrs. Over Triangle Inn

Venice this week for Sebrng, R. E. Fields. Mis Fields openedthe LEAGUE

re he has purchased a barber THELMA BALL meeting with the devotionaland Purchase by Mr and Mrs. Bax-

3 To elect officers and make plans followed with the study book, ter Dye of the Triangle Inn from Team W L
"The Cross Over Africa." During Mrs. VV. B. Stinson was disclosedthis ', 17
Ltchell did not seek renomi- for the coming the Venice- \ 'uli. Luuti.li
year,
on to his school board post Nokomis the social hour, refreshments were week. Mrs. Stinson had oper- inK.rinlin.. .... 1.. h
4-H club met in the Ve- served by the hostess, assisted by ated the 10-room hostelry at the \' Food" ... .. .. .... ... la I
May, the victor in the Demtic :No-Hi school audItorium last )Irs. J. II. Iji Tnn.lii.n ..... .... .. ............t l I""?
primary election turningto Wednesday.The Stewart and Miss Ann corner of Nassau street and Pen- ll\... .......... ... tJ 1"

be W. P. "Perry" Hayes of officers elected President Franklin. Others present were sacola road for the past several 11101'11010 .. .... .. ... III II
were: Mrs D. F. Moore, Mrs. L. E. Parish years. K t'I 11111 .... .. v t:

ice Reba Joyce Jones; vice- Mrs. W. E. McAmis, Mrs. Sylvester Mrs. Dye simultaneously announced .\oII'IIIn'. I \:,
asmuch as Hayes is virtually president, Juanita May; secretary- Jones Miss that \1..t1".II.IM it,
Mildred Mc she has resigned as
in to be elected at next treasurer, Betty Pcrus; councilrcpl'esentatil'e Ha ,'re 4 17
Amis and her guest, Miss May manager of the Dye Apartments. Id..ulu hU "....k: 11111' I'. dfrnt. 'I I '
th'l general election, it was Miriam Magavern; Davis Henceforth the rental agents fo I KmllO e, 2.1: K .lull ilir.ulolu.1,1 lIunl.I. .-
Icted the school board at its song leader, Tommy Nipper; reporter I.re..a. \','nle. F'1 drf, at.'I I...
the apartment house will be the ".. 3-1 I ,!, (,111.,1 9
rang next Tuesday will name Thelma Ball. Sleeper .I.'un.' .. l-0rn\I'tihtdletsl d'featdIhtptleta
i to fill out the rest of Mitch- We have agreed that every first CLASSIFIEDADS Realty Co. 2-1. f
I
i term, which runs to JanuaryTO meeting in the month will be workday I '

; the second meeting will be NOW READY

program day. We will meet the (2c ,a word first 10 word, 10 each FOR OCCUPANCY yam' .,.e

MEET TUESDAY first and third Wednesday in each ISo.tdditional Cash' word.with Ad.Minimum Special charge.rates Valencia "2*,. ase m,7, i 4 +

lokomu Girl Scouts will hold month. We plan to do a lot of work for lame more ad. than Ads will one be'insertion acelpted of over the

Ir next meeting at the Venice- this year, but outside of that we the Thursday telephone, with, (2981)understanding up to !I p.ad.m. ,4

lomu Methodist church next plan to have a lot of fun, too. I vertiMr will remit payment prompt.

>.day at 4 p. m. Mrs. Benjamin The following members were 1 Iy.) 432 Armada Road South

avers is counselor of the present: Nancy Nelson, Mary Alice WANTED VENICE, FLORIDA

P Summers, Nell Ann Rigby, Essie For Six Month Season -t .

Mae demons, Voncille Elliott,I LADY. VVAXTH III Hi;. alluring -xnmn 1700 and $800REDECORATED
'. .Xuki.mlK to SaraeotitI.n.
AND NEWLY FURNISHEDEach
Phebe Beirce, Thelma Ball, Delta days
I through Saturdays. nrrllr.KMittt unit contains living room, bedroom (twin bed), Dinette,
Lee Enach, Belma Hawkins, Barbara Sic"' about l.III H. m., r.'turn.
Islet about G.Gau: p m !'. o. Item 1 jl. kitchenette and bath.
Keys, Carol Reach, Juanita X..k"IIII.. Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice Florida r

May, Ellen Calvin, Tommy Nip- SWAP

II per, Delete Davids, Reba Joyce

Jones, Miriam Magavern, Lorene 11.1TYI'I'l'nIT :n to trade torahllnll
mR-hlne. 'hone. 2161. DANCE DEPARTMENT UNDER
Stevens, Nancy Clark, Mirian
[ French, Betty Pervis. BUSINESS PERSONALS Barker-Hart and Yost

Miss Mildred McAmis, Vc-No- II!.VI'U\l rf nil kinds Open truck i or

K CLUB HI teacher, is director of the local \ Steen: tractor-Min 1-hime 2621 Irl1l1 r. Thou.U.ell. J. Register Now For New Classes


Opn LADIES L 11' Noon ARE to WELCOME 12 Midnight 4-H club. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE For General Dance Routine, Ballet and Ballroom

T lW1 Nassau P. m.&1.to I p.m.Venice To alleviate overcrowding of the MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS, 5 P. M, TO 7 P. M.

J. ,. KEYS BEN DUNN regular school bus, a second bus 2 Bay Locations

has been added to the local system
Institute of Music
250: Road Frontage. 110' Pay Alpha
It is being driven by Mrs. Frontage. Three bedrooms 2Inthn

cling Skin ? Lonnie Clemons. ducat house, 2 rooms 311 W. VENICE AVE. VENICE PHONE 2663
1 bath. CO citrus treei
}urnlBhed at
Tide TablesVENICE
Slop Scratching! Here I*
Quid Ease and Comfort INLET $37,500Four -

:iI5rhM: stainless powerful penKf. (Punta Rata Correction) bedrooms, two baths sea LEARN TO FLY
Date High Low
Servant room and ahouer
"'e found. Mousse'ssores thousands Frl, Oct II ...._11:OOp.m. 2 38p.m. Two well on property. Com IN S EASY LESSONSGovernmentApproved

rtulDr Itching helpful relict from tile Sat, (),t. 19 .. 797am. 207amII : Iiletfly furnished, ready to live School
he. eczema, Poison and ivy tortui and other or :OJpm. 4Upm.: In. !'o se .lon on payment of Continuous Enrollment
lY council akin troubles. Sun, Oct. 20 .... ... ... 19am.. 334am: purchase price of VETERANS!
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11 4.29p.mUon
ot :Up m.
only does the intense itching. Ask Us About the G. I. Plan
'. .. 4:33a.m. $30,000H.
lag or Stinging quickly suteide. .. Oct. 21 ... ..1033am.: :
JeallDr I. more quickly pro- 11: 'p.m. 6.IM>.mTuei t s ,. F. O. Joyner E. T. Denham
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., Oct. 22 .... ..11:33a.m. S 18a. .m. .
f.tc: In original bottle of Emerald 11:44p.m. o.>"p.mWed. N. Wimmers J & AIRCRAFT INC.
.I -- Money teda ., Oct. 23 _. .12:22p.m.6:09a.m.. REALTOR ,
it not satladet.THE : VENICE. FLORIDAINSTRUCTION AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS
Thura, Oct. 24 _. 1:OSp. .m. 6.35a.m.
REXALL P. O. Box 291
STORE 1.2p.m.: VENICE 2651 SARASOTA 630J
Venice. Fri., Oct 25 : 7:12a.m. VENICE
Florida 11:51p.m. .
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MUSIC LESSONS . . . . . . . . . . . ..
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a -1 SPECIAL RATE
( INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE

Your AppearanceIs
tar children of J1r'.I hool age or adults
who are free to take lessons before VENICE FLORIDA
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Your Fortune > p.m. Alpha Institute of Music, 104
Ornveland Ave., Venice, or 125 Laurel, t Hometltei On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties f
t t Saramita Phone Venice 2663.
Farms Rental
Acreage Jl

'E Do Not Neglect
l RALPH WILHELM RICHARD He GEDNEY

PLUMBING, HEATING
ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP AND REPAIRS &.tui i REAL ESTATE 4. vU
"No Job Toe Large, No Job

Fiat Phone leas Too mall" Box 261 Phone S311t +
Office Arcade Venlo Venice 2311 Sarasota 70-M2
P. O. Box 1S32, Sarasota Theatre Building' Venice P1a.







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I Sbai"pVatch To NEW SCHOOL I V.B.A. i YOUTH(Continued from CENTER Page 1)) Scratchin!wl

Be Kept On (Continued from Pace 1) Itch'lII
1'.11.1 1 IV-: ot q1d
I so advising the State : I.M";" teedtent Tuesday nigatT "krone ,
Pm pk
Young Drivers partment, in whose natw title :i.' >" tMsau*tvs have met at va-:' Pestotnik said, already has been toed rtam., taw pure. cad,' and MILK
the land in question a \iwtfdKimbrou ru.1.Jf times durxg the past week. pledged by the Chamber of Com =OO.O.MEtcueiRewt'd and.tatnle.Soothe '.teal
Sfto Highway Patrolman Frank :h last wtvts made a I....,* Statement I merce, the Methodist Women's It.unomytotk carer sate.e: itch,,.. 30 tri,
Parcmskt last Saturday took tip personal ini....vtwn od the \' c"iiJ i 1 \Osojrrajui Kincaid of the V.B.ASxaxl Society for Christian Service, the dnJcpt today fur D. D Dot D..seueap..1Ir'rka
the restricted license of Larry Park site and u reported to bane of governors yesterday gave American Legion No-Vel Post No'
Leonard Warren of Nokomis for said its 16 acres would provut: ;i lt&I I 30 days for violation pf re tnc- for expected from other THE REXALL
more than enough! room j new I r"tordodier.As: : are STORE
tionsParclntki. high fvhool He a.tf: It w undycs'ood I chairman of. the board of groups and individuals. Venice, FloridaReservations
took occasion to cite was quite favorably i n- I rtoterners of the association, there
t
.'r three facts concerning the restricted pre *ed with the convenient location I 1atw three points I would like toemphasize
licenses issued to drivers of the site : Now
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of from 14 to 16 years of age and Seeks Commitment, I "1. The VBA was not organized r "' > ::: 1 Being Accepted

urged that parents co-operate m In his letter to the council. KJU- : to 'compete' against the
.
teeing that the following provisions brough said the school board hopedto Venice Nokomis Chamber of /, Parlt ZcrraeAvIrtments
are obeyed: start work on a new school ri Commerce Rather, we hope to
I. Daylight driving onl\', (One- Venice scorer than! f.\', years from work In close\ co-operation with ,
half hour before sunrise to ouct now'. but asked for a commitmentof that group in activities that will
... half hour After unset). that length so that a future promote the general welfare of ATTRACTIVE, NEWLY FURNISHED AND DECORATED i

I 2. Must be accompanied bx an council could not decide to use the the community. One reason the Each Unit contains Living Kitchenette Room, Bedroom (Twin Beds), 0.."".
and Bath
't operator 16 years of age vi older land for some other purpose and VBA was made a nonduespaying
Roles and
\ at all time, except when operating thus upset the school board plans. organization was so that there fatMu* dials upa tvpteit /4 tHatmt
f motorcycle or motor scooter The council Indicated it might! : would be no direct competitionfor LOUIS APPOLSON, Box 164, Venice, Florida
grant such a commitment to the the money that public-spirited
3. Violation of anof the above ,
restrictions or a airy traffic law: school board, even though it is not .citizens and firms have to give for
clear how construction! of a high I
stall\ "automaUalb cancel the [community promotional work.
r 111Jt1U1C. school here can be stalled within City Problems NOW OPEN

\ 10 veais let alone five unless "2. Primarily, the VB.A. will A
Chief of Police Gem' Postotnlk
the county school board changes:
devote its attention to problemsthat
of Venice also allied that the school
its current "pay-as-you-go" VeniceInlel
i concerto the City of Venice
above resins-\Ion. will be strictly ,building polio alone such matters as provid-

enforced and asked for patents' Still Paying ing the city with better water

co-0101 at ion, Last summer, even though other facilities, a sewage disposal system,
sections of the county includingthe a school, a public library, proper
-.-- .+ Venice area, have paid and Die zoning, etc. In this connection, the
r still paying part of the "bond issue V.B.A. desires to work with the
: 'IIIt.I
cost of the Sarasota city high city council and city officials; not DocksBuddy
school plant, the school board trying to tell them what to do, but,
voted that from now on each rather, seeking their co-operation
school district would have to finance "
3. There has been some misunderstanding
rJ new buildings from its own concerning the fact Ringo, Prop.

funds. No longer could bond 1siiies that only holders of City of Venice
be used to finance such new occupational licenses are eligible At Venice Inlet Near the Venice Jetties

t; school construction. to become voting members of "Famous For Fine Fishing"
To provide for such funds, thereis the VBA This provision was
J now a two-millle\'y earmarked made because the problems we
I' for this Inasmuch this DINING ROOM
purpose. as will
attempt to solve, after all, are
levy in the local high school district SERVING SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
primarily problems affecting citizens
Bowlingtime will bring in not more than of Venice However, as soon AND SEAFOOD DINNERS
is FuntimeFor $10000 per year, it is estimated, as our organizational activities are SANDWICHES AT ALL HOURS
and the minimum cost of an "ade- in better 11 a. m. to 2:30: p. m. 5:30 to 10:30 p.a.
shape, we hope to welcome
diversion and healthy quate" new high school has been
fun BOWL! Make up a residents of Nokomis, Engle- BAR AND GROCERYBEER
set at $100,000, it would seem that
party and come here for wood and other nearby communities GROCERIES
WINE -
under the boards it
policy
new
In afternoon
or evening to our meetings well
1 as as non-
1 filled with good, wholesome will be 10 years before the local business or Open 8 a. m. to 11 p. m.
non-professional people
tport district will have
enough moneyto
of Venice itself; and to give FISHERMEN
build its own high school.
VENICE all of them an opportunity to voice Rowboats and Tackle For Rent

1 : BOWLAKADE NEW SECRETARY their views or make suggestionsto Phone 2058 BAIT FOR SALE VernaVENICE
[rI I HOURS, the association."
411pm. weekdays I j Miss Mary Funk of Indianapolis, I
1.11 p. m. Sat. and Sun. I Ind, is the new secretary at the ---

,', t Venice-Nokomis high school.

1\ .' .. FOOD SHOP

h WHISKEY WINE BEER

H. S. BOWDEN Owner
+i r Nationally-Known Brands ,

WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD 217 W. Venice Ave. VENICE

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IN TRUMfNr DEALERWe BABY FOOD 3 for Z4C PEAS, No. 2 Can _

Have A Limited I April Showers Q7/i IGA-No. 2/ Can 3&

Number of Radios In ASPARAGUS, No. 2 can JlC FRUIT COCKTAIL _
Various Models Available
For Immediate De- Garden Gift 1 f* Sunburst-No. 2/ Can 43c

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I Names Personalized Imprinted ORDERS For Individuals Christmas TAKEN FOR Cards BAB-0 2 Cans 21c ONIONS 3 u. 1N

or Builntu Firms
t Prices Range From BO Cards for $1 to 25 Idaho Baking
for
$5 30 I. 28c Star Kina Delicious 1 1-
POTATOES 5 1U APPLES Lb' -
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2663 Opposite 'APPLES
Gulf Theatre Lb. POTATOES 10 )lbs

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