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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Gulf Mexico" COVERING THE

: GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS Phone 2961

. LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD

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OL. 1, NO. 34
FRIDAY OCTOBER 25, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS



ITY 'CLEAN-UP 'Pacusan Dreamboat' May Come to WATER BILLS



EEK'SET FORNOVEMBERS Venice for Armistice Day Air Show; TOBEPAYABLEATCITYHALL



/ and 1. Aircraft Gets VAAF Lease


,

I As its first community-wide i Pepper Asks Army To Local OperatorsPlan

the newly-formed Send Planes Here ForC. Call 2165 for Starting next Friday. November
roject To
Open Up
1, Venice water bills
enice Business Association of C. CelebrationA Police at NightTo
Field will be payable at the cityclerk's
st Tuesday night voted to ImmediatelyUnder
office the city hall
in
nsor a "Clean-up Week" strong possibility] that the enable Venetians to con
fr Venice to run from Mon. Pacusan Dreamboat," B-29 Su- tact police more easily and terms of a leasing agree Books and cash of the city

a}', November 4, through per.Fortres that flew across the quickly at night special ar, ment entered into last Tuesday water department henceforthwill
night with the city council, J. andJ. be kept at the city hall,
November 9. mente have been
laturdav, polar ice cap to Egypt recently, range made '
Aircraft Inc., next week will instead of at the water works.
I Choice of those dates was de. will come to Venice as a feature with Walter Wheeler of Wheel.
take over the main hangar and These steps were authorized by
|Ided upon so that the city can be attrition of the huge Armistice en Auto Services to have calls
two adjoining large steel warehouses the city council nt its special
lade as spic and span as possiblei Day celebration to be staged at for police aid taken over his
at Venice Army An Field meeting last Tuesday 1111.! : and
I i the thousands of visitors exited Venice Army Air Field November telephone, 2165 from 6pm.
Floyd Joyner and Ed Denham 01 mark adoption of the first rcc"m-
to be drawn here Armistice 11 was reported yesterday to 6 a. m, It Wit announced
by J. and J. said installation of gasoline mendations of the new lib \, : to:
ay by the big air show being Harry A. Bench, secretary of the yesterday by Chief of Police
tanks. a complete machine board.
ponsored by the Venice-Nokomis Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce Gerry Pestotnik
shop. and other facilities for .
seivi -
hamber of Commerce to call at.ention "Night Officer Hanchey Is out : Earned $900 Month
"- ,,1:1"t" will be suited at once Finn Cnspcrson, chairmi ot the
to the fact that the The on patrol much of the time at
city Army Air Forces announced
and I the field will be in nit vc )- .
CM beard
new advised the icil
I Venice has taken over Venice in Washington this week that the night necessarily 'leaving the Co.
Air Field. regular police phone unattended el) allot befoie Armistice Day. that an examination of the \\ ,itc-
Pncusan
my Dreamboat" will makea
," the chief said ".0 It was In ictuiii for mowing the gin!. works books discloses that the department

To Mow Lots non-step flight from Seattle to with pleasure that we accepted o n the, runways and around the during the past year ha-

Not only will an effort be made :Miami on November 5 and later Wheelers offer to take calls for 0-odd buildings turned over to had an average monthly income of

have all Venice would probably fly to MacDill the the federal
o streets and police aid over hit telephonefrom city by governmentlast approximately S900 The average

arks cleaned up'but vacant lotsre Field in Tampa. 6p, m. to 8 a. m." week as well as for payment monthly operating expense, he

slated to be mowed on a whole. Pepper Contacted to the city of five per tent of their said, has been $700 and the monthly .

ale scale. It Is expected that city Meanwhile, through Robert S. grr:s gasoline and oil sales, theJ. fixed Interest charge totaled

quipment will be used for the Baynard Senator Claude Pepperwas and J. firm was authorized to $425

nork, with vacant lot owners nowhere contacted earlier this week TO OPEN'PINES'IN move into VAAF immediately. "As a result," he reported to

asked to pay the, cost. '.. no for ihoirproperty ..n_. j and aides in his Washington office To Keep Other Field the council, "the average monthly

promptly asked the War Department Jo>'ner and Denham plan to con- deficit of the water department

"The main idea, though declared to make available a B-29 TWO WEEKSConfirming tit ue operation of the smaller- has been about $225."

Frank Raeburn of the VEA and several escort planes for the municipally-held Albee airport, on Caspersen said R. N. Larsen,

| .civic affairs committee, which Sarasota air show Sunday, No- The Gondoliers report which their current lease has a who had been serving as full-time

Mil direct the clean-up campaign vember 10, and the Venice cele- of three weeks ago that the year to run. This field only three manager of the department until

(Continued on Last Page) bration on the following day. former Florida Medical Center blocks from the business district recently, when he went on a part-

Although the War Department building had been sold by Mrs. will cater to small private planes, time basis, has advised him he Is

[Venice Keglers recently announced its abandon- Fred H Albee and would be reopened they said. (Continued on Page t

ment of participation in air shows. soon as one of the Gulf The J, and J. flying school, to be 2)I
I
Bowl Bradenton Peppers aides asked that it at boast's finest hotels, Joseph R. greatly expanded, will use the Legionnaires To

least permit planes from MacDill Weinstein of Perth Amboy, N. J., I larger VAAF facilities.

Field to fly over both cities during the new owner, came to Venice The council did not enter into Hold
Squad SundayLaunching Englewood '
their celebrations. this week to supervise the start of ,a definite leasing arrangement

an Inter-city bowln H S. Bowden, president of the reopening preparations. I with J. and J., upon advice of City Meeting MondayIntrigued

local Chamber of Commerce, He announced the three-story, Attorney Lamar Rose inasmuchas
series, a
strong team of Ven-
let keglers which is sponsoring the Armistice 100-room hostelry at the northeast it is not known yet what the of
will journey to Brad. by promises re-
enton Day affair to call attention to the coiner of West Venice avenue and exact details of the government. freshments and entertainment 4
next Sunday night to meeta a surprise -
fact that the city of Venice has Harbor drive henceforth will be city agreement are to be. Such a members of No-
squad made up of top keglers of: feature
that city The three-game match taken over V.A.A.F., said the com- known as "The Pines" and thatit definite lease is slated to be made -Vel Post No. 159 of the American t

will start on the Bradenton alleys mittee in charge Is making speedy will be ready to receive its first within the next 90 days, however Legion will trek to Englewoodnext

progress with plans. guests in about two weeks. ,
t8 p mOn Monday night, to meet thereIn
the Tentative arrangements are being By that time, he said, renovationof Under the present set-up, J. and the Odd Fellows hall at 8:30p. :

following Sunday night made for numerous events to the entire third floor will be J.f will use only the main hanagr .
m.
November 3, the Bradenton keg. entertain the several thousand completed and two of the 10 or 12 steel warehouses -
''en will Commander Thomas M. Wrede,
come to Venice for a sim. people expected to come here Ar- : Formal opening of "The Pines," acquired by the city. In-
liar match Jr., and Adjutant B. E. "Sarge"Bowen
on the local Bowlakade (Continued on page i) I (Continued on Page 2) (Continued on Last Page)
alleys said Venice, Nokomis and

J. J. Jossart Laurel members will"rendezvous"at
high-ranking Ven- I

let bowler who will captain the local BIG P.-T. A. HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL TO BE the Venice-Nokomis Chamberof
squad Commerce building at 8 p. m.
announced that other
members of the team will Include I HELD IN K.M.I. GYM NEXT THURSDAY NIGHTSlated sharp. Transportation will be pro-

Bob Warren vided for any member of the post
of the K Club Guy

or Jud Curwood of Smitty's, H. to be one of the most from the gym. nail driving, darts.archery, milk without a car of his own.

Dietrich of the La Tonda five, and elaborate and entertaining Hallow Served in cafeteria style, the bottles, horseshoes, ring toss Principal business to come before

Jim Oakley, who like Jossart e'en carnivals ever staged by the weight guessing, fish pond (an un. the post at the Englewood
supper will be held from 6 to 7:30
is slated to be the
meeting adoption -
team p. m., followed by cartoon movies. of the post's constitution and
in
the and fortune telling.
Venice men's league celebration will be stagedin
costume by-laws, and discussion of NoVel's -
The first of the three parades -
the K.r.r.I. gym next Thursday Mrs. Alexander Murphy, chair
participation in the big Armistice
night. will get under way at 7 man of the costume parade com-
Day air show and celebration -
[ A full evening of fun for young p. m., with prizes to be awardedat mittee, announced prizes will be being sponsored at Venice
WeatheR
I and old, featuring dancing movies, 8:30 p. m. An auction of cakes awarded for the following: Army Air Field by the local

three costume parades, horseback and scarce food items, featured bya 7 p. m., for small boys and girls Chamber of Commerce.

DATE TEMPERATURES RAINFALL riding for children, booths, auctions surprise packaged gift item that pre-school through the first grade:
HIGH LOW INCHESrecorded Grits, (1) for the prettiest; ((2), for
and cafeteria-style
Prevlouol a sup- will balloon down from the ceiling -

FrI., <*t. It ._ _S6._.e7._.,.?_,_-.0.00 1.29 per, is being arranged by the com- will follow. Dancing will run the cutest, and (3), for the most I COMING EVENTS I
original Boys, (1)), for the funniest
f1Oct. 20 '? __ I6 87..0.00 mittee appointed by Mrs. A. L. until midnight. ;

Ion.Sun.. Oct n._.. IS 117._,.,...e.os Blalock, P.-T.A. president this All booths, Wilkinson said, will I ; (2), for the cutest, and ((3), for

Oct. 22 __ 81 ....__... the most original. SUNDAY OCTOBER 27
Wet Tun, Oct. 21 86 87.0.00 year. open at 6 p. m. and will include 7:30: p. m., for boys and girls of 11 a. m., special Navy Day service -
school shop
Oct. M .__ K. e4 d7.-__.o.oo Jack Wilkinson, high the; following: candy, lemonade,
fifth Venice-Nokomis Methodist
Thurs.. Oct 25 _... 14 64._. _.0 00 Instructor, is general chairman of the second grade through the ,
Total
LI011 month to his direction grade: Girls (1) for the prettiest church.
d t. _..129 the gala event and under -
the K.l\I.l. gym is being I TURN SLIPS IN and ((2), for the most original: MONDAY, OCTOBER 28

Tide Tables transformed into a veritable "Palace Jack Wilkinson general Boys, (1)) for the funniest, and (2)), 8:30: p. m., No-Vel Post No. 159,

VENICE INLET 1 for the most original. American Legion, meets in Odd
of Entertainment"Proceed I chairman of the P.-T.A. Hallow -
Date(Punta Ray Correction) I 8 p. m., for boys and girls of the Fellows hall, Englewood
of the Hallowe'en car-
.'en carnival, yesterday I
Oct. 26 High Low sixth grade and over: Girls (1)), THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31
__ 1:61p.m. I:45pm. nival will be used for the 1946 urged that all food donation
8ot. pct 2S _.12II&.m.: 7:49a.m. for the prettiest and ((2)), for the 5 p. m. to midnight, PT.A Hal-
project of the local P.-T.A.-spon- be returned to the com
I"., 1:lip.m. 7:01p.m. slips most original; Boys, (1), for the lowe'en carnival in K.M.I. gym
o.t. n ..It:Bl&.m. :26a.m.. sorship of the newly-formed high mittee by noon next Monday."It .
funniest, and (2), the most orig- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1
IIOD" I:Up.m. 7:lip.mt school band. la Important that
Oct. 2. :II*.m. 0:06a.m.Toe very 8 p. m to midnight, Venice-No-
First event of the carnival- the slips back by noon; inal.A
4:26p.m. 7Mpm we get
b Ort. grand prize will be awardedfor komis Youth Center dance (open-
\-ed. 29 8:41a.m. e:51am.: horseback riding for children- h. said, In appealing for cooperation
o.t. 10 the "most outstanding" cos- nlng night), Community hall, Ven-
e:1eam. 10Ua.m.
Th..o.t. will be held from 5 to 6 p. m. of all concerned.
2b 11 -.N' :14a.m.. 11:50a.m. street tume worn by either girl or boy. ice.
the
Nov. 1 :45&.m.. 1:04p.m. next Thursday across
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. ( : 1 TwoYouth VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, October 23' UtII


1 'PINES' HOTEL Chicken Dinner; -
Creates for
Council

1 Center Here To Open Plumbing and (Continued from Page 1) Palm Grill Team


: With Dance Next Friday Night Electrical BoardsAt however, will not take'place until Mrs Otis Bronson, sponsor

II 10 the elaborate remodeling and ren- the Palm Grill "

Grand opening of the Venice-Nokomis Youth Center, for boys and the request of City Building ovation plant contemplated by the current Venice bowline teats ...

I, for next Friday night, November 1, it was Weinstein have been completed, 'IIOllleu\
girls 13 to 21, has been set Inspector Hiram R. Ide, the city league, last night gave NICx.
of Police Gerry Pestotnik, who has been in December, chicke1
Chief sometime
announced last night by council at its special meeting last dinner at the restaurant for .

aiding in the formation of the youngsters' group. Tuesday night set up examining He disclosed, before lying back Bers ol the squad nat. '

The opening event will be i B boards for Venice plumbers and north last Wednesday, that be Those am amv1

dance, to be held in Community pong table, two small card tables, electricians and authorized Ide to plans to make "The Pines" one of present wert: Mabh
Surls Jennie
hall, in the Gulf Theatre building several packs of playing, cards and determine the feasibility of establishing Florida's finest hotels, with facilities Lou Adrian, Ann Surk dn.
Mary
Raeburn
'
'I'. in Venue Doors will open at 7:30: several boxes of puzzles have been a similar board for generaland that will appeal to the most ur.ii."c". and n.w> r.

p. m, with the dance to start at received from the Sarasota Youth special building contractors. discriminating winter visitor. Fill

8pm. Center Ide and J, J. Jossart were namedas Weinstein'i background and NJam
orchestra made of Marl- It announced that Mary SPECIAL SERVICE
An up was
of
members a'
two of the three long experience as hotel man ,
lyn Mikesell, piano; Larry Warren, Ann Lanier had been named to the the new city examining board for makes that promise no idle one, The Woman Society of Chrat

alto lax, and George Gruel, drums, board of directors, succeeding and C. A. Hepler ian Service of the Venice-Hokum
plumbers. Ide for at the present time he owns aDD
and possibly a trumpet player yet I Jackie Boldt, who lesigned were appointed as members of theelectricians' several hostelries in the north, Methodist church Invites all rssi n.rr.

to be named, has volunteered ItsI board. In each case, including the Packer Hotel, in dents of this area to a Ipeci1l

i .. services for the dance (Incidentally Navy Day ServiceAt the third member will be namedin Perth Amboy; the Bingham, in service next Tuc iy', from 10,s

.I the three youngsters practiced a. m to 3 p. m in the Sanctuuj
Methodist Church a few days. Binghamton, N. Y.; the Seymour,
at the hall last night andy The service of
Ide informed the councilmenthat in Ogdensburg, N. Y; the Sussex worship Is berry
'. drew main approving comments MorningNavy held in observance of
: Sunday 'The
Week
the existing examining system and the Albert, in New York City;
from passersby on the street) of and
Prayer Self-Demat'
.j' Day, October 27, will be whereby Venice plumbers and the Lama Country Club, in Napa- i
'Coke Bar'coke sandwich luncheon will be
in the Ven- electricians took part in regular nac, N. Y., and the Sky Lake served
observed this Sunday I IPage
.\ bar" will be installed in at 12:30: p. m. There will be urn.ficwlgift .
church Sarasota city examinations in order Country Club, in Windsor, N. Y
Community hall and cokes and ke-\okomis Methodist envelopes,
sandwiches will be sold during the with the minister, the Rev HMauucce to qualify for licensing here, Until recently, he also owned "The

k meetings of the Youth Center, Felton, who for three has not worked out satisfactorily, Pines," at Metuchen, N. J, and the 4EI

was a chaplain in the U. S inasmuch as "nobody in Venice Benjamin Franklin, at Long Beach, ARRESTED
which are to be held every Wednesday years
md Friday night at the Navy, speaking on the subject: "I has succeeded In passing an eXam. Long Island Charged with breuki.3 and!Do
ination up in Sarasota as >'et," Ide Cocktail Lounge tering" a local I business
1 hall, use of which has been donated Was a Navy Chaplain. hOWl,,
to the youngsters by Victor Several naval veterans will said the reason was not that local Planned features of the hotel William V, Mabry j( Venice on

Petty. owner of the Gulf Theatre serve as ushers for this service, applicants were incapable, ascribIng here include a dance floor and lodged in the cout:"" jail jester.

building wearing their uniforms for the oc- the difficulty to the general stage in the remodeled and enlarged day by Chief of Po.ice Gerry Ptotnik -

The Youth Center donation containers casion. The pastor extends a cordial set-up in Sarasota. dining room, with an orchestra .
invitation to all former sailors Upon the suggestion of Mayor dur-
placed in stores through- to play every evening
,."f '' out the district Lift week will be to attend the special 11am, Chcie V Higel, the council de- ing the season; a cocktail lounge WILHELM I
RALPH
I, f picked up earl next week, Cine) Nay Day ten'ice. creed that any electrician or adjoining the hotel outdoor

t Prrtotmk said, in order to make At the 7:30: p m. service, the plumber operating in Venice five swimming pool, and food 'fit for PLUMBING.AND REPAIRS HEATING

funds available for the necessary Rev Felton will speak on, "For- or more years ago would be blank- a king to be prepared by a chef "No Job Too Large, No Job

initial expenses being incurred gin ness, a Demand of God. eted in as qualified operators now, Weinstein will bring down from Too Small'
I Without the necessity of taking an Venice 2315 Sarasota 70,X/
fur the project. one of his northern hotels.
O Box 1832 Simon
Newcomers though P.
examination. ,
Penotmk said the of Ven- WATER BILLS
City must take examinations under the What!'i more," he exclaimed,
ice has donated two pingpongtables
(Continued from Page 1) two new boards. "we'll do all our own baklng-
and 25 folding chairs to the
Youth Center and another ping"Problem" severing all connection with the At the meeting, the council also this chef of mine is really a good HAULINGAnd
water works at the end of this
raised the salary of Night Police baker, too!" General Trucking
I month. J. A HIghtower, serving Officer Herb Hanchey from $125:
All of the 100 rooms of the hotel .
recently as bookkeeper on a part- month to $160 month. ADORJAN
per per LOUIS
Hair will have electric fans
time basis, also has tendered his ceiling I
v lesignation: and telephones, with most of the Phone 2782Pooh'

't rooms having private baths and I
To Be Self Sustaining CLASSIFIEDADS ,
"As a result, and with other showers, and ice cold water will

savings to be effected and addi- be available on every floor. Ele- Corner
t tf
S tional expected Caspersen vator service also is provided. For Children
: income (Day Nursery
(So I word first It wo. 10 each
'j + .' told the council, "we expectthe additional word. MinImum charge, Weinstein and his wife plan to 3 to 6))
U. Cash with Ad Special ratesfor
I r abr's1 water department to be con- more thin one Insertion of the come to Venice in December for Nov. 1
same Id. Ads will bo ooooptod over Will Open
ducted on a self-sustaining basis the formal opening and a brief va-
the telephone (2881) up to I p. m. Child
until at least January 1, 1948 rhurldlY, wIth understanding d.vertiser cation. His brother, Sidney, is remaining Enroll Your
t will remit prompt.
payment
; J'r.. Although admitting handling of Iy.) here, personally supervising Now
water bill would throw the
payments refurbishing of the ho-
i
HOURS:
I extra work on Mrs Helga Roess- FOR SALE tel, which had been used as a hos- I a m. to 2 l<. Tolone

I Siede, city clerk, Caspersen con- pital by the Army during the war ) I7I'w'lo!
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111:AM)-:Nh16-f t flHhll K skiff 16-
: '
> It hair kind Gulf
the soft
"j. your tended that such a step is vitally I inrh oirvM ell'e, northern redar >ears Sidney Weinstein and Harry Community 11.111 A
t tt' 'i that just won't hold a Wi.ver bottom.: New I'> Wisci'nsln air.cuolnln Thealh
i :-f Or li It too heavy to mange? necessary if the water departmentis ,I r, Aim, cork and lead linn fur Silverman will be resident managers Informal
j We work wonders In solving all to cut down its expenses and :,<.>.Mircl net. Nee rvvatt tu \tnle of "The Pines." Phone 2083 for
-fj III (.arum-. 7 a, m, ti 7 p, m.
+ types of hair problemi Come loss. -
I, It1 : cease operating at a ---1
In and let ui design a coiffurefor SWAP ,
George Botts, president of the
hair that 'II love. NOW READY
f your
: you
city council, and Dr T. S. Thompson IiAvFt Tn'EWHlT to trade for FOR OCCUPANCY
;:' >t. CHARM councilman, who serve with adding ma'hlne. I'h"no 2161.

'J'i, BEAUTY SALON Caspersen on the new water board, FOUND Valencia

said the program he advanced met
Trixie and Lucile SKIFF, pointed white on the outside.
'r 223 W. Miami Ave Venice with their approval, and the coun- blue Inside, 12 feet long, Ht \.nh'e i Il
'1.1 Phone 2811 cil then voted to accept the rec- IHtt tune 2101.BUSINESS) .
,
.f l 1119 ommendationsCHILDREN'S PERSONALS 432 Armada Road South

VENICE
H.t'UNO of nil kinds Open truck or FLORIDA
large tractor.\nn trailer Tho J, For Six Months Season
McNeil. Phone 26", $700 and 1800

SKIRTSPlaids REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHED
y REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Each unit contains living room, bedroom (twin beds), Dlnettt,

and Solid Colors kitchenette and bath.
a Choice Bay Location Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice Florid


$2.20 to $2.50 IS"1 Frontage three bedroom.

two tnthi Unfurnished at
DANCE DEPARTMENT UNDER
$35,000

AS's CHILDREN'S Barker-Hart and Yost
250' Road Frontage, 150' Bay
\
? Frontage Three bedroom I
SWEATERS %. @ bathe Guest house, S roome Register Now For New Classes
1 bath. SO citrus tre...
Assorted Colors Furnished at For General Dance Routine, Ballet and Ballroom

All Sizes All Types %\\"' \, $37,500 MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS, 4:30 P. M., TO 7 P. M.

$2.19 to $3.59 Four bedrooms. two bathe
Servant room and shower
Two wells on property. Completely Alpha Institute of Music

furnished, ready to live 2663
r' In Poseeeslon on payment of 311 W. VENICE AVE. VENICE PHONE
l Men and Boys' purchase price of

TENNIS SHOESLow $30,000H.


and High-Top N. Wimmers "WHERE GOOD

REALTOR FRIENDS MEET'
I VENICE FLORIDAINSTRUCTION
$1.88 to $2.67

Bo and B. ,


Boyi' and Mem Small, Medium Large MUSIC LESSONS Bar

Sport Shirts $1.45 to $4.59LANIER'S SPECIAL RATEfor (Formerly Club LaTolldo)

Open t a. m. to Midnights
children of pre-echool ace or Idult.wbe I Sundays 1 p. m. to MldnlaM.pr.I
VARIETY STORE ) are free to take lesson before
I p.m. Alpha Institute of Music, 104': Iud Sob
213 West Venice Av. Phone 2182 OroveUnd Ave, Venice, or I2S Laurel, Nwberry Oat_"
Sarajota. Phone Venice 2161





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Gondolier Story BUY HOMESITEMr.

and Mrs. James I. Tuckettof r
CMUflCHB-
Helps Sister To Aircraft .
a Detroit, Mich., have purchaseda
Locate BrotherNot and
E homesite on Treasure Island adJacent -
.'
'lto NICE.N0KOMIS METHODIST OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH only did a little story In to Jamay Beach, it was announced EnginesSERVICED
R.v.
CHURCH Henry
sky Faint Nokomis I 10 a. m. Sunday SchSoI;Pastor 11 a. m. The Gondolier three weeks ago this week by H. N. AND CONVERTED
11\0\ 11 MYurUrt Felton. MinsterIn Morning service; S p. m. B. T. U., 7 enable a father to re-establish Wimmers
. Venice
Le realtor
.. sundaY p. m. Evening service; Wednesday through
iT. Aircraft and Engine
m. Morning Wor hlp.i P. m., prayer meeting. contact with his son, who formerly whose office
negotiations
were
Group.
Fellowship
bit m.i young Evening Service. & MARK'S EPISCOPAL lived here but now resides In Service Co.
r ,pm... ,song serviceMidweek CHURCH Fort Myers it also led to theIon' handled by Frank Cadwell. The
r ind Riviera St. and Palermo Place property formerly was owned by Raymond ALBEE Bill
''IC IV Leondnl w. H. str>'kfr. Hector reunion with his sister, whomhe
9.41: H.n.. Sunday Kch.x.l. had The Venice Land, Co. Cadwell has Godard AIRPORT Hanton
BAPTIST CHURCH not seen in 12 years.
FIRST N.I.IU it Miami i Avenue CHURCH' 'F GOD Two weeks ago. Mrs. L. A. Gas- returned to Venice, after spendingthe Box 157, Venice Phone 2551P.
Venle.i Venice Avenue summer at Clinton, Conn.
Campbell Crawford. Pastor Rev C. D. Jernluan, Pastor king of Auburndale, Fla., came to
Bible CUM 10 a m. Sunday School. Venice and looked
e m. up S. C. Mc-
st. .
lorvle. 11
)lornlnl a m I'rrarhln
Sosl pm.m. B T.P.U. 7'30 p,m. Preaching. Call, local man who had located
. pm Evening ferric Thursday. 7IU: p.m., fount Teople't Kenneth Armbus in Fort Myers O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS, FLA. PHONE 853$
iMKlav, J80 p.m.. Midweekr Service
41 ....Ire. Friday, 7-8 pm, benefit nipper recently to inform him that his

30 father, P. G. Armbus of Springfield -

1, S Mo., had appealed to The BOLDT AND SONS
LEARN TO FLY
'1& Gondolier for aid in finding his

IN 8 EASY LESSONSGovernmentApproved son. Mrs. Gaskins had been senta Plumbing Waterproofing
'IA \\;. School clipping of The Gondolier story.
Exterior and Interior
IdI oWii! Continuous Enrollment As a result, McCall got in touch Painting

"if VETERANS! with young Armbus who Journeyed Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication

Ask Ui About the G. I. PlanF. to Auburndale last week end

O. Joyner E. T. Denham to visit his sister.
III" FREE ESTIMATESIN

J & J AIRCRAFT, INC. I Only Two Fail I

AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS Driving TestsOut
P. O. Box 291
VENICE 2551 SARASOTA 6306
d VENICEThe of 15 applicants who took
I YOUR HOMEAS
driving tests last Meek at the I
A SERVICE
Venice police station from State

Highway Patrolman Frank Par-

cinskl only two failed. Three THE"ctd iDcuf"WONDERWHITER

weeks ago, In one of the similiar I

Thursday afternoon tests, 10 out a WASH WITH LESS SOAP

of 16 applicants failed. LONGER LIFE FOR LINENS
PALM BEAUTY SHOP ,
Reason for the sharp Improve-I
LESS RUBBING
ment? ,

"They're studying," commented 3 LESS SCRUBBING

208 St. Augustine Ave. Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik. I ;t) i ..

I It. i'lOud.
VENICE Gas on Stomach' t\tl CAN
:;) 4f"
Relieved in 3 minutes or '(-soft CALL

double.. ...your. money backwhen oNE jpDA N. LARSEN
nee .it arid r.uw. iwmful sudmse.Ina ROBERT
CLOSEDTEMPORARILY ... ,. ,
tour'''' .nh and heartburn dueler u.uilypr
'''r'ho' the faanat-rtins mfdlrlwi h..n forymntom.tle
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t'''j or dame sour ......, bus oa nturn of 10.,1.I. ,
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\ VENICE GONDOLIER Mr.READY and FOR Mn OCCUP Louts ptT

: "I do not agree with a word you say, but I will LIFE IN THE ROAR gM I It owners menu on of the Menendez Park Terrace street A n',

defend with my life your right to say it.-VOLTAIRE announced that the eiglt

Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, S14 West apartment house will be 1
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florid P. O. Box 632. Telephone Venice 2961. for occupancy next week. is
oration and
Entered ae eecond-cliu matter June 8, 1948, at the post office Park Terrace refurnishing ad n
at Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 187J. hal been under,
{ v for the past two months
Subscription rates: One year $2.60; six months, 11 BO; three
months 75c. Classified' advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20
I words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. [7-1 t

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS .. ....-............- Editor and Publisher
M HELEN WILLIAMS ................................_..-.................- Office Manager MASONS'Designed 'W
increasing rnllions;
EDITORIAL $ack With

f {Y

REGISTER NOW

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.1' On December 3, citizens of Venice will cast their ballotsto
elect a councilman to succeed H, S. Bowden, who recently
w. announced he docs not intend to seek re-election.

-" '"l At least two candidates-Thomas J. McNeil and Frank O to speedily,
Raeburn-are campaigning for the post and others may file simple discomforts headache of neuralgia IIId 5in4
before November 23, closing date for nominating petitions.
r\: Measured dose
III
Everyone knows he or she SHOULD vote on Election Day. U form for quick uw-: pow

'.. \\V\e all heard or read many, many times the time-worn
arguments as to why OUR one ballot is so important. so thereis n mula Proof of merit. Sinn to J
1:1 over one-third ;\
is no particular point in repeating them here. testa

It should be sufficient merely to remind any good citizen Laboratory Standard U tested 8 P. ingredlaibI

that he should register NOW, so that he can vote December 3. COU1IoIIi

If you have been a resident of Florida for one car, have tt SNALL 1rU'1 YOU INZN 1:1100?L price and 250 range Slut.of shorn\
lived in Sarasota county for six months. and Venice for
;y the cast three months.. .YOU are Qualified. to vote In the city Caution: Use only w Ottta!
IFII Niel election BU/"TAIJ-!

Bj the way, are YOU registered McNeil Plans New .- .
I, '. Sure? Furniture StorePlans LETTERSto

: For the city election, we mean. You may be registered for for opening a new and theEDITOR On Sale at
the forthcoming state and county election but a separate used furniture store, under the THE REXALL STORE
registration is required to vote in the municipal election. name of McNeil Sales and Service, Venice, Florida

Better call the city clerk's office. 2111, right now and were announced this week by
., make absolutely certain you are registered. If you aren't, Thomas J. McNeil With his wife, glad(Note to :print The l letters Gondolier of general will Interest be. -
'0 remember you must register before noon of November 23 Betty in charge, the business will mill. when Please. ai keep and If them apace Ihort.per.
in order to vote in the December 3 city election. be conducted in the building located Anonymous letters will not b. con. WOMlIN
on West Miami dared, However, If the writer day
avenue near urea to have 0"1)hla 'Initial' orEditor
the comer of South Nassau street. ,om d. plume. such u "A Ready
er," published, The Gondolier will
EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS McNeil also announced that he be hiPPY to obllg.)
has acquired a tractor with 20-
1 t
foot van trailer for use in his haul- THEM

"Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"J. ing business. Dear SirEnclosed, Gondolier:

VE-NO.HI PAPER please find check for '
J. (Joe) G. L (Kin) Nameless save for a big question $2.50 for one year i subscription.
JOSSART mark, the first edition of the I am sure the Englewood club herein 40sWere
KINCAIDMohler Venice-Nokomis high school news Washington, D. C., will be
greatly interested in the Venice
paper has made its
Bldg P. 0. Box 134 appearance. Never MeantTt
The paper's staff, which is work I Gondolier. I will take an issue of
323 W. Venice Ave. VENICEINVEST Suffer Like This!
ing under the direction of Mrs your paper to our next meeting.We .
Amy Sproull, commercial teacher, have a membership of about

++++tt II H+I III U is composed of: Editor, Doris 500. women Here'tatlpfof troubled by'
Futch; business manager, Charles Louis H. Nielsen
IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE Nervous Tension,
Wynne; publication manager, Ray. Silver Spring, Md. Irritability Md m

4 VENICE FLORIDA mond Edge; society editors, Ma. w....TIred,Cranky
riam Smith and Jackie Boldt; gossip Rooms by Feefagt-doeto
:' Homeiltei On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties June Childers and Gladys Day or COPPER : middle-age' J JIf

Acreage Firms Rentals Bean; sports, Glen Stephens; car- Week KETTLE
With' Maid'
toonist, George Gruel. the functional "middle!'
RICHARD H. GEDNEY Furnished Service INN suffer peculiar to'omen makes 11 I
519 hot flashes tourty.Up-1
8
Harbor
Drive VENICE
strung, weak nervous fetllngs.tr I
Ref lened REAL ESTATE .w..tBox FIREWOODThe Lydia E.Plnkham Vegetable OI
pound to relieve such symptcal
261 Phone 8311Theatre Taken regularly this great m* I
Bulldln Venice, Fla. Bronchial CoughsDue cine helps build upreslstanctijsai: I
+ ++*+*+ ++ **** > > finest quality of such "middle-age" distress. '

to Colds ThouiMdiUponThouundtllPlnkham'i l
firewood fat
pine
r. f Compound is one of* I
: Your full Spend 45 cent today at any drugstore best known medicines you can W
l AppearanceIs and honest measure. for a bottle of BUCKLEY'S CAN- for this purpose It has proved l
ADIOL MIXTURE-triple ectloc-ecU of the happiest days of some I*
{ : Is Your Fortune Delivered to your door. promptly to help loosen up thick sticky en"s lives can often be during tut
phlegm-toothe Irritated throat mem- 40..We urge you to give PinUuut '
braves and cue hard coughing ipelli. Compound a fair and 6*
., Your order will be ap- Try It the very next time a cold results est trial Just see if it doefflM
., Do Not Neglect In a wracking, stubborn cough-Ood out help you too. B1 abo a
\ preciated. for yourself how good and effective It great stomachic tonic!
to for coughs due to cold.. Get BUCK-
ARCADE LEY'S CANADIOL MKTUM-made In J; & J"
BEAUTY SHOP Jack DenisonPhone the V.a A.-TODAY-all druKteta. VEGETABLE COMPOUNDOn
Phone 2603
/ i Poet Office Arcade Venice 2832 VENICE On Sale At Sale At '
THE REXALL STORE THE REXALL STORE

Venice, Florida Venice, Florida
STARS ON PARADE

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October 25, 1946VENICE
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VENICE BOWLAKADEMEN'S STEAL TYPEWRITERS

Venice Bowlakade Theft of four typewriters from CHECKED

LEAGUETeam Women's the Venice-Nokomis high school iN de.tIff"
League sometime last week .0. Manor Back
was reported For quick relief from itching caused by.........
yesterday by the Sheriff's office athlete foot acabiet.peoples end other,itchim
W L They conditions, uw pure eoalini.) : mtdiattd,liquid
Team were
Laundry W L valued at $65 each D.D.mucmrTION. A doctor formula.
Venice .. U 6 Trall'r Park ... 6 1 Pins The thieves entered through Creawleee, and.talnl... Sootbta.comforts and
Venice Food Id a wulr' IIlnclalr 6 1 a599 a quickly calm totems itching 3Se trial bottle
I If III Uuwlukad" 3191 window. .
proveeit.orinoiwybadr Dnn'tiufTrr Atkyour
tlmlTttyondo 4 6
K CLUB .... 13 11 Palm drill I a a 49711 druggist today lot D. D. D. HHKHimoH.
13 23
HaptlHl. .. .. 11 Wlltlluud .. I 4 1106
19
ARK WELCOME K HubAdrian U Larl Pure oil Finest comet of the
LADIES 11 13 Z T 4993 nineteenth On Sale At
Sundays pen IS Noon 1 p.to m 12 to Midnight pm. J V rihudlote I .. :::::',::':: .. ': 1: J: .".' "H"lalm" """drill w"'l j.J: :-t enlei'e iTroll. century was Donati's which ap. THE REXALL STORE

No St DUNN Bankers ..... ....... .. .. .... .. 6 U lark drfeatrd ;Rrl'.. t-I. \\'olt' toln.; r peared in October, 1858. Venice
KEYSsuu 11I1r Florida
BEN d..r.ah'd ,
-x-sa this week: Bnnk,'rs lInwlltknd.U..
.. o. Z, tU: LIt Tunda ftisa! I AVERAGESComplied (
Ier1 ". a to I: K ('Iub d"l'RIt'd Venle; ( by Marjorie -
Laundry AdorJan,
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Z to
1drhn'e ,
dviratr League
1 Secretary),
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Itepllete 0ruice Food 2 to Z tu 1;1.tlmlly' deists d innhy Iirod.., .Trullir Trullr lurk lark 1r.7 A Privilege to Live In Florida

AVERAGESCompiled I' iwt-n. \\irH sinilalr ,16
NEW ( by Frank Raeburn .Misert ,..If'| Mm'lair .119.124 A Distinction to Live In Venice
League Secretary kmk.n.lull. 1..I".r Turk
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Warren k "lIr".o", %%'rlf'. I'lncllllr
Huh 119
PHONENUMBERS U I. ('lIrwlod, nullity, 18(0 \l'arr..n, 11.wlnkad,. .. lie H. N. WIMMERSRealtor
". \', |.,lry. 16'ollkh' I 14tnhy. 1'r.llor 1'nrk ... 114
"wait. \'. Ulrymm. 16i i Ilull Nret lrwuoJ .,., III
16 4 1I'IIIIan.
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\',.nlre rumlurlH "nlm 'trillTinhlunii 112
11111"1' 161 Tarim. Anne. I'al" (;rill .. III
Nave. Him. .. I"162 u I1rllv."mlth., Nretll. w'.e,,dd 1111
Iluwhlkade .
_,iee the lot 'issuance e/ the 1I.1I..lIlIlIk'r. 1':11: I Pratt, Ihmialimb- 1111
n. Kurkitt. I.it Ti.lulu 109 .
1',7 VENICE
several lletlngai Ilmhnrd 1 lIrl'. FLORIDA
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beenr.cmade or number 1. Kc).. K i lull I:,;' Lnrlii: IliU
Nut Issue of the dlr.ct."not Ku) krmlull V. Ldry. I:,:, ,I''r'' !,'". Trull tai
jngtd r lurk Where
... In: the Tamlaml Trail
[ scheduled to appear until I'l.lrl. ] TinilitKlitniK 11 3 rurl: 1olIrl' Meets the Open Gulf
I I..utry. You may have your Arllllll, 11111,11. 11,1 f Ith rm'ill, 1'lIr'o!( 111:1 lax:
i or bueineee telephone number 1olIrl.tlrlllll" 1,11 "'.'Klr'' \\'"If.' 1'1I"llIlr .
.l herein it nominal eoot. Call I't"llhO'11111,11.1.. 1:,11 J,,".... jkuliiknil.' '. 1..3 1112 t
| for further Information.) \l'lIIllImo \'Hh' 10',1 1III 9 ,Adrian 1'111" grill:
l (', t'tlrwnol, IImllt)'. 117 \,'Iw.n.0'nlf a I'ilnelair 11111
>ha Institute of Music..2663ukat J. ,eurw.o.l ""'lit) '. IIi I.II.'ull.' n""I..kll''.' "93 pp
Henry __ 2673 Ihlrhurn smtlt''e 11.: 'urlo. )1111.,1. faint Orlll
[ M'M ? "n. liiink.rx 14.4 112
1 111k. ,
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.._.._._ _-_> 3414 Alrlunn 11K..a1. 4 IUIII )'. Nemih.m.-el \0,1 Ail Open
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lie _._.,__,,2961Win I Is. I treys. \.nk. 10\.1 liLine. AIR SHOW .I.

Fuel......_......_ 2372 Smith. 111111'l I K .'Iulo. 111 Jill a' 7a.meto9p.me
Trder, J. W. Jr. (res..2824) 11r"llard.llmitly'e 1:1': '"
Kinney, Clyde .._............2153t 1o'.nl"n. lilg.,1'e Ui 9e (Continued from Page 1)
Of ire, .._ ..___,2604 II 1."lIl1rdl'llin'IHlk. !.I'' mistice Day, including a fish barbecue .
MlMllHllHtH "
1tAJ. ::
lilty'i Tavern .. 2163 "rj in. Lit T.-ml,i 11: at the field, special flying Every DaySERVING
tncil & Potts Garage ..- 2541 l'IIIRIi.Irllln'o 1,:: contests and a display of acrobatics
runfinl. Hiiptli tt:::
fclor Hardware ..._ 2892eeler's .
II 7..r.! liiiHlHl. tI:::i by many of the airmen within
Auto Services..2165 Nelson linptleto I.t:
kodardl Luncheonette.. 3481 1III1''k' )1.'lh..II.I. ,.1.1n. : |a 150-mile radius of Venice who
KP\'I, K ('llIh tI:: :e already have said, they plan to fly ..
"h"II.'lIh'" 10'.1 1:1'rrle ::
------------- \\ 2uII'Iholiete, !.III [here for the celebration. Breakfast Lunch Dinner
HlM.U"If. NIrihelletx, 1_I'' A
l.lewrltn. \rnlit Fond 12Ii special invitation to attend
'It. I... Tmln I z was sent to Governor Millard
llnnehr)'. Himkimm 1=i i MEALS AT ALL HOURS
honker 12 Caldwell yesterday, Secretary
\\lmniirii. hunkers 112 Beach reported.


Party Given for
WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETTE
Are you FOR QUICK, RELIABLE

Barbara Keys SERVICE, CALL


WIAKI Barbara Conchita Keys, daughter VENICEPLUMBING

of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Keys offence SHOPBox GULF THEATRE BLDG. VENICE
from Iou of
de Leon avenue, was honored 14, Venice Phone 2153

last Saturday with a birthday I
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theatre party. w !j

Hut's One Of TatBettNiytToBundVpRedBtoodl Guests gathered at the Keys

I home at 2 p. m and were driven

tlrto who suffer from simple to Sarasota by Mr Key to attend 4

or who low so much during a show, partaking of Ice creamy 1 Jv
11II1 Periods tbat r t
you are pale,feel
...k, "dragged out"-t.hla ma ifterwards
.
dlie 10 low
bIOOd-ron In addition to the honoree, those
IIIIt toda'-try' Lydia E. Pink.
I TABLET8-0na of the greatest attending[ were Mimi Adorjan,
-lion tonics you can buy to help Mary Earl Nancy and Janice Lanier -
up red blood
b slid energy in to such pee canes.'a more. Jane Baker, Thelma Hall,

"" Tablets help build up the Voncille Elliott, Ann Frances
IICIIJrT, of Ih. blOOd (very Impar- Gruel.
by Franklin and Caroline
reinforcing
brood au. the ba.mOClobln NVLONS

try Pinkham' Tablets for 30 ,
then let If 'OU too ,cIon'S reo"biT PETE EDGE
bonoA All drugstores.E .

Pjil ham'$ TAI's l Fixing General Up Hauling Yards ] THE HOSE WE HAVE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR!

, On Sale At BLACK DIRT AND SHELL

THE EEXALL STORE Phone Venice 2021 H _

Venice. Florida We are glad to be back in Venice and' invite

I our Customers to come in and see our many

e.. Beautiful Gift Items.

Smitty's TavernPACKAGE Evelyn Baker Arita Graves t



DEPARTMENT

', Plan to do your Christmas shopping early.A .

small deposit will hold any article until

features A Full Line Of 4 Christmas

Place your orders now for

Seagram's Products Personalized Christmas Cards




Crown $4.15 Fifth FRESH CHOCOLATES! a

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> Crown (Lovell A Covet)
$3.72 Bulk BOXES

$1.10 Ib. $1.25 $1.50
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Ancient Bottle Gin ._... $3.83 I

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Gin ____________________ $3.;4 p.

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WEEK'Continued board of governor, asked that any holder of a Venice
'CLEAN-UP particular attention be called to tional license who
Patient Escorts Doctor
I ( from page 1) the aims and objects" of the association place of business within maintalna T
I all of the eye-sore' lots as set forth in Article II Is eligible to become the
"is to get ,
II'II'I Instead of Vice Versa mowed, even though we may haveto of the group's constitution, which member of the V, B. A. A

finance the work ourselves. Not reads as follows: 'bership committee consbtin GL
I In the "good old days," a doctor would load his patient into his only should the mowing be doneto "SECTION I-It shall be the aim Mrs. Nellie Cosby Frank

j buggy and take him to the cit>'"' to consult a specialist. Now ? make our city look more beautiful and purpose of this organization, and Herb Myer. aided h-iT*

Well, early this week Dr, H. J but such a step will aid In reducing in co-operation so far as may be rent members of the croup 01
Hoeppner advised his patient, cently obtained his pilots license the mosquito nuisance." with other civic bodies and gov- start a "new member" tam

Henry Baukat, local mixologist, after taking lessons from J. andJ. Otis Bronson, chairman of the ernmental authorities, to work for next week
;a that he should undergo a thorough Aircraft, "I'll rent a plane and sub-committee in direct charge of and support the constructive : 1 I II II II

x-ray examination, suggesting a we'll fly up to Tampa tomorrow," the clean-up campaign, will call a growth, progress and developmentof PAINTING DECOR TIM;

rit Tampa \-iav specialist. Dr. Hoeppner agreed, so last meeting early next week to discuss the city of Venice, Florida, andto I I
Oka\\'." said Baukat, who re- Tuesday doctor and patient made detailed plans for the drive. promote the general welfare of I

the aerial trip to Tampa and return Raeburn said George Higel, city the community and its constituent B1S

"Doc" Hoeppner, a noted street superintendent, has agreedto business enterprises.

HOLLYWOOD yachtsman and owner of the have a city truck pick up tree "SECTION 2-The organizationshall I S
famed Blue Dawn" ketch, saw trimmings and trash free of charge be non-political in its nature

Apartment Hotel nothing especially unusual about on one day during the latter part and shall not be used for the dissemination '
the trip, except that it afforded D A
2 to S.Room Apartment of "Clean-up Week. of partisan principles, 6
him his first glimpse of Venice and
"This will give every home nor for the promotion of the can-
Room for Transients vicinity from the air owner In Venice a chance to cleanup didacy of any individual seeking 10'eat 11
Vhv '. this area, with its Gulf his property and be able to dis. public office or preferment.
beaches the Inlandateiviv', and F. M. LANIUS Phone Se
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and trash free
\ Personal Supervision pose of trimmings Kincaid also pointed out that Box 11yRlHualm cc
+ MRS. RAY PARKER ts man bays, is just as beautiful, ,of charge, Instead cf having to pay
: If not more 50 from the air as it to have it hauled away," Raeburn 1a't
VENICE 9471 IS from the deck of a boat he I pointed out Registered

said. "Bel eve me, if I were a real "We hope this added Inducement PHILCORADIO
J estate salesman, I'd certainly giveany 'will! result in everyone making a 13r
,---.--.+ i ITospects i an aerial view of this .special effort It co-opeute in the DEALERChildren's 13e
dbtl'lct-that would make enthusiast I' "
an WfliWIT"PHONOGRAPHS
campaign
clean-up _____O_
I for Venice out ot i none. Adopt ConstitutionAt uca
i
: ]last Tuesdav"'t meeting of the Books .
.,.. t1\ .} J.ANDJ. V. D A., held in the lobby of the gi.rc
t EI Patio hotel, the new group Toys and Gifts rcU
Ii:: I
(Continued iron Page 1) dopted, a constitution and bylawl'and
ALPHA MUSIC SHOP
r t q lie* as to ] o sibJitv ot tenting heard preliminary reports
) I the other warehouses and build- submitted bits municipal affairs 311 W Venice Ave. Phone 2663 Opposite Gulf Then
rt mgs already are beginning to come county and state affairs, civic
y in to the city officials I planning, and membership committees asU
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II Get Sewage Plant, Too .
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e- \ The city also i is acquiring in the The association decided to hold
deal the sewage disposal plant installed general membership meetings on SF

DOWN THE ALLEY bv the ArmA former post the fourth Tuesday evening of Reopening ,
a
engineer at the base has estimated each month, with the five-man
Yeallr! men, bowling It that, with relatively minor repairs board of governors slated to meetat a
right down the alley to and improvements the pant least twice a month. Next reg- SUNDAY OCTOBER 27
good sport and fun. Make 2h
would be able to take care of sew. ular meeting of the membership
the most of your leisure
time. Com here to I age disposal for a city of 20,000.C. will! be held on the night of November -

bowll S Dodd Sarasota consulting 26, at a meeting place to NOKOMIS LODGE t
VENICE engineer retained bv the city council be announced later u
I has recommended against use Alms and Objects
BOWLAKADEHOURS I of the air field plant however G. L. Kincaid, chairman of the DINING ROOM

: urging instead that the city con- n
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