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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: November 15, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00040
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE GONDOLIERWhere
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ramuimt Trail esuce A New School

[ Meet the Open Road to Arcadia

Gulf oj Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA VENICE NOKOMIS A Public Library
GULP COAST COMMUNITIES OF
LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD
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IOL1.NO.37 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1946 PRICE FIVE CENTSIWOW



( ENDS AS MAYOR HIGEL r aa.. .,yet RECEIVES CITATION SPARKS CIRCUS IN DEAL WITH



i McNEIL DROPS CITY FOR WINTER QUARTERSAT



GARBAGE JOBEnding NEW VENICE AIRPORTNegotiations



"The Battle of the < S ,w f whereby the famous Sparks circus will lease

arbage," Thomas J. McNeil three large buildings at Venice airport from the city for use

oday handed back his garb- as winter quarters were virtually completed jesterday

fcge contract to the city, in Officials of the circus came to,

Lie with a compromise agreement Venice last Wednesday afternoonand

reached between him met Mayor Clyde V. Higel and Ide, McNeil File

Lnd the city council during a members of the city council at the

pecial meeting at the city hall) airport for a personal inspectionof Petitions In Race

Vst Tuesday night. buildings available in that sec-

/However, to give the city fath- tion of Venice Army Air Field recently For City CouncilTwo

fcrs time to make up their minds acquired by the city

s to whether the city will call for Seek Three Buildings candidates for election De-
cember 3 to the city council this
ew bids, or have garbage collec- They indicated they would like
y week filed their nominating petitions -
i:on done by city employees, Mc- to lease the large nose hangar and
They are Hiram R. Ide, city
Veil voluntarily agreed to con- two adjoining buildings at the
building Inspector, and Thomas J.
[mue to pick up garbage and eastern end of the field. Onlyhitch"
Mayor Clyde V Higel of Venice is shown above, with Mrs. Higel, McNeil, who has Just relinquishedhis
December 1. "
|ash until regarding the deal was reported -
as Rear Admiral J. T Mathews pinned a Silver Star medal on him in a contract to collect the city's
Torrid Discussion to be the city's uncertaintyas
special ceremony at the U. S, Naval Hospital at Houston, Tex., a year gaibage
somewhat acrimoniousebate I to whether it had authority to
After a
I ago last September Last week, Higel received a formal citation to Ide filed his petition with City
last Tuesday night, with make the Icase.However .
accompany the medal. The citation was signed by James Foirestal, Clerk Helga Roess-Siedc yesterday -
city Attorneys J. T. and Lamar secretary of the navy, and read as follows: "For conspicuous gallantryand Phillips H. Mallory, in while McNeils was submitted -
Rose on hand to second the coun- charge of the base for the U. S.
member of demolition
intrepidity as a undeiwater Team Seven, today
k teen while Attorney M. A. Bras- Engineers, last night informed
during operations against an enemy Japanese-held island on June 14 A third candidate, Frank Rae-
ell represented McNeil, it was and July 10 and 11, 1944 Fearlessly disregarding enemy rifle, ma- Mayor Higel that so far as he burn, is expected to file before the

[fnally settled: chinegun and mortar file, Chief Carpenter Higel rendered invaluable knew, "the government has grant. closing date for petitions, No-

1. That the city wants all waste service in preparing the way for the operations of combat troops and, ed the citv that section of the field vember 23, a week from tomor-

aterial picked up, whether it is by his courageous devotion to duty, contributed directly to the successof south of Fifth street and the city row.

echnically "garbage" or not, and this hazardous mission. His resourcefulness and heroic conduct reflect can lease the buildings without' Arousing Interest

(hat the present city ordinance requiring the highest credit upon Chief Carpenter Higel and the United any further government. authori- The fight for the councilmanic

separate containers for States Naval Service"Men's zation. seat being vacated by H. S. Bow-

'Iarbage" and "rubbish" shall be Good Publicity den, local grocer who decided not

[mended immediately so that one Apart from the rental the city to seek re-election, Is arousing

( ontainer will do for everything Winter Bowling would get, Venice would benefit considerable interest and Mrs.

arbage, trash or paper. considerably from publicity accruing Siede reports numerous new voters

2. That McNeil, not being willing to it as the winter home of have registered at the city hall

to pick everything up unless League Starts TuesdayWinter the Sparks circus, it was pointed (Continued on Last Page)

]hIS contract price was increased, out
| ould surrender his agreement on league bowling in the men's division will get under way Although inactive during the Venice Youth Hit

(Continued on page 5) at the Venice Bowlakade next Tuesday night, with 10 teams competing wary the Sparks circus was for While
J in the nine-week schedule, which is listed on Page 2 of, today's Gondolier many years one of the bestknowntent By Auto

|C. of C. Air Show shows in America Revived Pushing Stalled CarIn

At a well-attended meeting held (Continued on Last Page)

[Armistice Day Drew by the local keglers last Tuesday an accident blamed upon a

rowd of 1,000Nearly night at the Chamber' of Com WOMEN TO MEET Carlton Guilty of heavy fog that overhung this vicinity -
Women bowlers of Venice early last Tuesday morning,
merce, it was decided to bowl on a Morals ChargeFound
1,000 persons throngedthe handicap basis, with all squads will meet at the Chamber of a 16earold Venice youth, Ron-
ald Lee Smith, son of E. A. Smith,
new Venice airport last Mon- starting from scratch the first Commerce next Tuesday nightat guilty last Wednesday ofa
day to witness the air show 8 o'clock to arrange details suffered back and leg Injuries
spon- week. After that, the weaker team morals charge involving a seven-
sored by the Venice-Nokomis for their new league schedule, when he was struck by a car whilehe
will receive a "spot" equal to 70 car-old Venice girl, Walter Carl- "ban-
Chamber of Commerce to cele- theteams' It was announced yesterday by be sentenced was engaged in pushing
per cent of the difference in ton of Venice was to
brate acquisition of the Venice handicaps. In the case of Mrs Marjorie Adorjan, league late today to a term of up to 10 tam" auto two along miles the south Englewood of the
highway
Army Air Field by the city of an absentee, his team will be credited secretary. years in prison by Circuit Judge
station junction.
Alston service
(Venice. less 10 All sponsors, team captains George W. Whitehurst in Sarasota
with his average, pins. I Authorities reported Maurine
members, and
and team
A barbecue staged by No-Vel I Mrs. Marjorie Adorjan, secre- others Interested, are invited any to Carlton, who had purchased a I F. Crary of Englewood was driving -

Post No 159 of the American Le- tary of the women's league, was attend the home here last winter, was arrested the machine that hit the youth,

gion, which also held a successful elected to hold the same post in In meeting the women's fall several months ago by Chiefof 'who was taken to Dr. T. S.

dance in the K,MI. gym that night, the men's loop, succeeding Frank league Play wound up at the Bowla Police Gerry Pestotnik, follow ;Thompson of Venice for treatment,

I and i concert by the Sarasota high Raeburn, who was given a vote of kade last Wednesday night, ing a complaint made by the child'smother later being transferred to Sara-

school band, were added featuresof thanks for his work during the with final standings listing the that her daughter had been sota hospital. Walter Wheeler,
C | the Armistice Day celebration. enticed into Carlton house by the Venice garageman who happenedby
past season. Trailer Park squad on top with
C In the bomb 55-year-old man. The Jury found after the accident, took
dropping contest, Just
It was agreed there would be I record of 14 wins and only
winners were: Harry Williams and no league bowling during Christ- one loss him guilty after only 15 minutes the: boy to Dr. Thompson's office

Emmet Brunson of Sarasota, first Continued on Last Page) deliberation.
and second, respectively, and Bob ---

Shanley, Venice, third Floyd Joy- I COMING EVENTSFriday I
ner CONTEST WINNERSAT
captured a three-plane, race 'NAVY DAYESSAY

i from Young Matt Matthiesen and Leighton VE-NO-HIGET AWARDS NEXT WEEKWinners November 15

8pm., Youth Center dance,
Lucky barbecue ticket holders
who PAUL MELROY few in number, but it grew stead- Community Hall.Monday .
American By
won free of the recent
plane rides
were: I
Mrs. contest As the United States Navy cele- ily after successfully fighting In November 18
Edith Weber "Navy Day" essay
Mrs Aida Legion
at
it is well the Revolutionary war and soon 8 p. m., women bowlers meet
wanes, Mrs Pearl Bowen announced yesterday by brates its 171st birthday,
Martha
Ann Roebuck were Mikesell of Ven- to stop and think about the peo- I our ships sailed on every sea Chamber of Commerce to discuss
R. N. Larsen, Mrs. Principal Homer
Carl' Wolf, Joey Parker Jackie ice-Nokomis high school and Ad- ple and the conditions that have With the Invention of the steam- plans for new bowling league.

Summers, Maxwell Cook and M. jutant B. E. Bowen of No-Vel made the Navy the great organi- boat in 1809 the United States Everyone Interested invited.
Cousins zation that it is. The blood of Innumerable Navy modernized Itself and over Tuesday, November 19
Post No, 159.
They 'are: Paul Melroy, first; people has gone intoit powered England in the War of 8 p. m., various Circle meetingsof

Jackie Boldt, second, and Virginia as well as the labor of many 181Z. The Great Lakes and Mississippi WSCS of Venice-Nokomis
others. river were now under our Methodist church

[WeatheR I Bowden, third. Our American Navy was born command, as well as the seas bordering 8 p m., Venice city council
Prizes of $5, $3, and' $2 will be HallThursday .
of freedom and raised on the prin- the eastern American coast. meets, City
awarded to the winners at a spe- November 21
,
TEMPERATURES RAINFALLLow ciples of democracy. It is on this In numerous minor wars, suchas
bit0 cial assembly at Ve-Ho-Hi some- and by the grace of the 9 a. m.-12 noon, Red Cross sew
HlgII Inches foundation the Spanish-American war,
hevtou-ly., recorded ___0.61 time next week Principal Mikesell God that it has become a light Navy has played an important ing, for foreign relief work, Ven-
:: Nov s ._ church. All
. s6 10..0.00 ice-Nokomis Methodist
l, Nov unto the eyes of the world. In World War I it efficiently
6 said.Essays part.
III 6e 61..._.000 were written on the sub- invited to aid.
n., Nov. 10 __ 17 10.,0.00 War VICTOR IN WAR: transported personnel and suppliesas women
in ,
I, loo, ...,Nov. 11 _.__ 'T 70_.._.000 ject: "Our Navy-Victor" In 1775, at the first Continental no other navy could. Excelling Saturday November 23
Nov 11 in Peace. Last to register for Decem-
10.0.00'th Guardian day
Wed. Ils made for a in World War II, it now
were England
.
Nov essayfollows Congress, plans
11 __ 'II _.._.000ea. The first place-winning ber 3 city election.
, u.... Nov. It /b .__oto navy. The ships were small ands (Continued on Last'Page)
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VENICE GONDOLIER"I
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'CHUnCHES":

do not aoree.-'with 0 a word you say, but I will LIFE

lefeni with my life your rig4t to toy it."-VOLTAIRE I IN THE ROAR :9KANEAACMI's I If VENICE-NOKOM1 CHURCH METHODIST

Published every Fr"")'./Editorial' and bualn' ,.. office, 814 Weat Bay Point, Nokomla
,Ie:Avenue, Venice Florida. P. O. Box 632. Telephone Venice 2961. H. Maurlece Felton, Minster

FLORIDA 10 a.m Sunday School.
PRESS
MEMBER
ASSOCIATION
11 a.m. Morning Worahlp
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION 7 p.m. Young fellowship Group.
7'80 p.m. Evening Service
Entered it eond-claa. matter June 6, 1841, at the poet offlo.v.'ce Wednesday, 7:30 p. m, Mid-week
Florid under the Act of March >, 1878. IGN Co. -- prayer and song service.
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hj Subscription rataM One year, $2.50; six months I1.BO; three SACME, o FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
thl. 750. CUillfld/dvtrtuilnJJir",2! cents per word first 20rdK A. Slow Nassau at Miami Avenue
[ ; 1 cent per ., word. Venice
D. Campbell Crawford. Pastor
iiii )LL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher 10 a.m. Bible Clans
LEN WILLIAMS .- Office Manager 11 a.m. Morning aervtca.
0 30 p.m. B.Y.P.U.
7:30 p.m. Evening aervlce
"You got me wrong, bub-all prayer Wednesday service.OSPREY 7 80 p.m., Mid-week

tj L L I G A MByCRW. wrong," he replied. "This Is one

M W time you'll have to figure out a \ / BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
new description for me." OCT. Henry Johnson. Pastor
10 a. m. Sunday School: 11 a. m.
"You mean you can't think of Morning service; a P m. B. T. U; 7
anything to P. m. Evening service; Wednesday, 7
Queried our bawl me out for?
WhY don't you, we p. m, prayer meeting
nd, mildly reproachful, "capi- exclaimed, a little Incredulously."Let's .
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
ze the 'm' and the 'r'? You al- not put it THAT way," CHURCH

dy jot some folks thinkln" that's he retorted, frowning momentarily. Riviera St. and Palermo Place

name, or somethin'. 'Mildly re- "It's Just that I was thinkin' about Pr Leonard W 8. Strsker. Rector

chful'!" he snorted.. a piece in the paper I read this 0.45 a.m.am Burning Sunday sen Sehol.1t Ice.

Well, you usually are, aren't mormn. It just made me realizemore'n

?" we said, on the defensive as ever what a wonderful' CHURCH Venice Avenue OF GOD
thing a sense of humor is.
usual.he You Rev. C. D. Jernlgan Pastor

old gentleman suddenly want to remember that, bubDon't I'M GUITTINCZ,BOSS-r 10 IL m. Sunday School.
"p '" 11 a.m. Preaching
ever get so darned serious + 0 DON'T SIGNSI/
>ned. BELIEVE IN 7'30 pm. Preaching
he ad- about things that you lose your Thursday, 7.30 p.m., Young 'airlday
I guess I am, at that, 5erVlea.
ted. [sense of humor. I 7-S p.m., benefit supper.

'What," we asked, a little su- "This piece in the paper was The old gentleman peered at us VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH

of his strange geniality, tellin' about after-election jokes. Gulf Theatre Venice Avenue
ious quizzically for a moment. I Letters to the EditorEditor I
it this time? Garbage? Poll- One of 'em was about the Repub- Venice
I lican "You might remember that little Hovo C'. I., 1:1.1.r, Pa.t..r
Judge in
.' Or what out Oregon who hada 9 a.nt. ,lass.
---_ _. Democrat come up before him story, bub," he said as he turnedto Gondolier.,' I
on a traffic.charge about three or leave. "Maybe 'Life is Real, Lifeis Dear Sir: .
I In behalf of the Venice-Noko-,
four days after the election Earnest' for all of these days, '
mis Parent-Teacher association,
"After listen In' to the evidence,. but it's not so bad, if you Just HOLLYWOODApartment
Mrs. H. S. Bowden and I wish to
the Judge says 'Sentence suspended. don't lose your sense of humor" thank those of Laurel, Nokomisand Hotel
A'K You Democrats took enough of
Venice who so graciously donated -
a bea tin' last Tuesday.'' 2 to 5.Room Apartments
Classified Ads Gets Returns money, ifrlzes and "hard-to-

I I get" articles for the Hallowe'en Rooms for Transient
Carnival.! This wholehearted cooperation -
PETE EDGE POOH'S CORNER
CLUB helped to make this annual Personal Supervision
(Day Nursery for Children I S to el
General
Hauling event
a great success. PARKER
I MRS. RAY
LADIES ARK WELCOMEOpen HOURS9a. m. to 2 p. m.Mond.y.
Fixing Up Yards !
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[ 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Thru Fridays Mrs. Alexander Murphy,
Sundays: 1 p. m. to a p.m. BLACK DIRT AND SHELL GULF THEATRE BUILDING VENICE 8471
t North Nassau st. Venice Phone Venice 2012 Phone 2083 'or' Information
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OUTSTANDINGIn $3,500 PermitTdr FOR QUICK, RELIABI.I 24-Hour Service*

RALPH WILHELM I the recent story concerningthe Residence Issued ; SERVICE, CALL

PLUMBING, HEATING P.-T.A. Hallowe'en Carnival, VENICEPLUMBING VENICE TAXI
AND REPAIRS"No the name of Mark Richardson was Auto Court PlannedIssuance SHOPBox SERVICE
Job Too Large, No Job inadvertently omitted from, the
Too Small" of $3,500 building Venice Phone SIM Phone Venice
winners. a 14, 2165
Venice 2315 Sarasota 70-542 list of costume parade or Mil
h ( P. O. Box 1132, Sarasota Mark was adjudged to have had permit, covering construction of a
the "outstanding" boy's costumeof concrete block residence on Block

i the affair. 208-A, near Venice By-Way and
/REASONS Groveland avenue, was disclosedthis BERKELEYAUTOMATIC COMPLETE
W week by City Building Inspector WATER SYSTEMS

increasing millions FIREWOODThe Hiram R. Ide. The permitwas i)' ONE DAY

SnT BacA With issued to William Hall, for- ,
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Pine Hone MeasureI act as his own contractor.Hall .

Deliver also is reported to be 'J

rAlso planning to build a "Double )
Operating Charter
Fishing Cruiser Rosemary Horseshoe" motor court on prop- .t All Cars and Truck |
at Venice Inlet Docks. erty he has acquired on the east
side of the Tamiaml Trail, at the Drums Turned

O Designed to speedily relieve Jack Denison corner of the road leading to the Shown above u the popular Model Fluid Line Flushed
h simple headache and painful
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discomfort of neuralgia. Albee airport. Pedal Adjusted
Phone 2832 VENICE Water Syitem.
n.i Measured doses In powder EASILY INSTALLED because two Brake and Matter
-, U' form tot Quick assimilation 59-Year-Old Man auction openings are provided indifferent Cylinder Overruled
poeitionL Either i may be
n i Proof of merit. Same type forU PAINTING DECORATINGF. Gets Pilot's LicenseLatest used to suit the installation.
< '. mula over one-third century.
because there
SIMPLE IN DESIGN -
r of Joyner of I PICK-UP 6
Standard TJ. 8. P. Ingredient pupil Floyd are no complicated part Model DELIVER
*' D laboratory tested, controlled.In J. & J. Aircraft to obtain his pri- VS-50 ia I centrifugal pump with LUBRICATIONSERVICE
vate pilot's license is a 59yearold built-in removable jet. The impel
R price range of everyone. lee u the only moving part.
real estate man,
U lOc and 35c (tee*. Englewood CHEAP TO OPERA- becaua! the
A. Stanley Lampp, who passed his impeller u smoothly machined and
Caution: Un only a* directed.
test before CAA Flight ExaminerEd carefully balanced for highert efi.oency. -
U'/-T"IJ- Denham at Sarasota last week. Silence and freedom from
vibration mean a long and trouble' NOKOMISGARAGE
.- Morris and Robert Curry of Ven- free life. AND IT STAYS
ILWAOOn = ice also have received private PRIMED.

Sale at pilot licenses. They are the first A wide variety of centrifugal pumpa
+ THE REXALL STORE M. Phan. 2040, of the J. and J. "G.I." students to are now available for farm, home
Venice, Florida LANIUS'I get their licenses. and and literature indulIr)'. Ask for information George T. Devlin Prop,

l On the Trail Phone 1111
Winter Visitors TAYLOR HARDWARE
A Privilege to Live In Florida
i Registration! in the visitors' Phone 2892 Venice

A Distinction to Live In Venice book at the VeniceNokomisChamber

of Commerce during the

H. N. WIMMERSRealtor past week, according to Secretary "In the Heart of the Business District"

c II Harry A. Beach, including the fol-

e lowing:

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Simrall, Mrs.
EL PATIO HOTELHoward
VENICE FLORIDA Louise M. Burtis, Cincinnati, 0.;

Mrs. Frances Simrall, Covington,
Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf Ky.; Mrs. Florence Powers, Louis Whaley,

ville, Ky; Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Manager

Jacobs, Detroit Mich.; Dr. and $3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates
!r Mrs. G. W. Funck, Bloomingdale
Phone 3511.
NOW READY 225 West Venice Avenue VENICE
-- Mich.; Mrs. W, J. Lovejoy, Plain- ,
FOR OCCUPANCY rr field, N. J.

Valencia r rA !

Tide TablesVENICE
INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE

q jJ t : (Punta Rasa Correction INLET )
zl : __ Date High Low VENICE FLORIDA
s Sat., :'018 8'ii*m. 1:Uim, ,
.
432 Armada Road South 6:38p.m.
:
Sun, Nu. 17 7.37a.m.: : t:15a.m.: Homesltes On Bay And Gulf Investment Propertln
VENICE, FLORIDA '::6Ip.m.
Mnn, Nov 18 .. *'Iia.m. 32.33a fll'm.,m. Acreage Farm Rentals
REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHED IO.llip.m. 3 34pm
Each unit contains living room, bedroom (twin beds), Dinette, Tun, .Nov. 19.. ..1O:2811.m.1":3i..m.:: 4 4:27a llpm m. RICHARD H. GEDNEY
fIt} kitchenette and bath. Wed.. No20 .. lI'af..m.. 6:oia.m..
Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice Florida 10:4flp: m. 4: .
Thur- Nov :1. 12 m. B fine: .m, Raplskwd REAL ESTATE Bw4es
11OSp.m.: 5
::05p m.
a Fri.. Nov. :2 .. .IU: '." 6.25a.m
p.m. B:2ip m.: Box 281Theatre Phone 3311

One reason why tires, though Building enice, Fla
I > '
*
: being produced in record breaking

numbers, are still scarce is that
PlentyOF Americans are driving more miles 1 bit
JIM PON DERVENICE
and in older cars, according to 44e BUTLER
James J. Norman, vicepresidentof I

: GASOLINE NOW the B F. Goodrich Rubber Com-
,
pany. ,
o.r w. ear..

AT WOLF'SAlthough I SAY'AVE

YOU SEEN 'ISLORDSHIP

we had no gasoline deliveries from October 31 to ?
r A November 7, because of a dispute as to ownership of title to the

property on which we operate, we NOW have PLENTY of gaso Are youME
line.

{ We appreciate your understanding of our difficulties and ,,,

(.1 we'll endeavor to show our appreciation In return by giving you
the best service pOlilble.LUBRICATION. IOIt 1N

It I i i IrK.


.1 WASH & POLISH ItNI ....lint Of The Best

Pick-Up and Delivery Service 11011'ways TO Baud Up Red Blood! edu

o j Just Give Us A Ring You girls who suffer from simple
y,231 &Dem1a
or who lone eo much during
PHONE 2972 IIIDllthlJ periods
that you are Dale feel
tired weak. "clragpd
OU'-t.bJa
lie Clue to low blood- may

lIam'l lie start &odaP-trr Lydia Pink.
TAJlIZI'8-ioe 01 the sreaue5
Complete Tire Service Battery Charging AccessoriesWOLF'S build b100Cl-1roQ up took red,blood you see to buy to help '18 LORDSHIP was teen racing down to Ponder'e for he-ilb.

strength Ptakhaltl'a IIICI Tablet OIIOru-ba such give class.more most folks who enjoy mixing good drink know that the fined k|
help build
IIVILIn 01 &be blOOCl (...., Im up_the nationally advertised trends of liquor can be found here.
r SINCLAIR SERVICE :.s by "Int=, &be baemOllobIla"lilt

tr7 khtam.a Tablets for all
"The Bright Spot on the Trail" -UblJ daJa-Ul.D beDOII&_ AU.clruptonoa&00. ClOII", reo
JIM PONDERS
7 IIfia L P/aUq'sTAKns/
(WHERE THE BUSSES STOP)
On Sale At
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VENICE GONDOLIER
Page Five

Fleet of 40 Boats
Work Starts On J1
Expected TomorrowA Venice Bowlakade
NEW
New BoatyardWork HELPS BUILDVPRESISTANCE

fleet of more than 40 sail Women's LeagueFINAL

PHONENLMBERS and power craft will pass by Ven- was started this week on

ice tomorrow morning about 8 a new boatyard at a location on

o'clock, en route to Fort Myers. ( STANDINGS W )L Pine the Inland Waterway near the against

,The boats are participating In the SSlrfc, I 1111,11 south Treasure Island bridge and
11..11 N Kin.lair l J
the fast nuance of the annual Davis Islands Tampa-to- I'uhn c.rlll; 7 I 7 9:117 suit Just south of the Chadwick Fisheries -
since ,. ..,
::10..11 ,( MONTHLYPAIN
.
1104
seorranufmbeof Fort Myers sail I .
.beenlreemad. race and power H"'IIkIII.' & In 111m
Next the direct.I cruise I1"::.irl.' I I'u. nil 4 n 94124 The boatyard, which will handleall
need 'If.
.
scheduled I until. lle>lIl.. this w,, k 1'.11110'1' lark def _
Jlnulry., not You May have your The squadron ran to Sarasota .it,,1 Him '.rill' a I t,. n. \\.if. In- types of engine and hull work
I or h.reln business.t telephone number Call today, and will stop over there tonight Illlr lltfl'llfll AVERAGES;1.1..1.; I" |. will be operated by the newly organized .
.d
Information)
1 for fu.lh.r resuming the cruise at 7 a, (Compiled' by Marjorie AdorJan, West Coast Marine Ways
ha Institute of Music.H.2663 m. tomorrow. i Leap, w r ";"" m Inc. It is slated to open for business

kat, Henry ___ 2673 lUr.a.Vmn.r l-Hrk" 127 sometime next month.
Sons 3533 I"lIn.) 1"11.r Park 121
and
dt "H"H I Three Englewood, N. J., men
wen B E. ..__..__,.. 3414 Pcoluby asses, \\"If'" ...11, r Pork 1Jn JIM who When Taken
are now residents of Venice
wlakade ....? .._..__... 2661 @Scralchioein .lhIM.r. W"It a $inrhIr1'arnn III
Patio Hotel................. \ 1J"IIIk.lu lit are officers of the firm They are: Thniout
3572 1 luoikendull, Trall..r Turk IIi
w For quick relief from Itching ealllfd by enema, Isisun, ;I; .tl'w.,1 111 W. H Hoadley, president;' Henry The Month
n's Fuel2372 athlete foot scabiea,pimple and other lithe I'lIr".1. 1\"lf' tHnrlulr 113 Bogert, vice-president and treasurer
der J. W., Jr. (res.)...2824 condition, use pure, coning: ,medicated,liquid Hllll ;NfKtl.; 'M.KHl 112 ,
D.D.D.PRISCKirriON A doctor formula. ,\. Surfs, Palm (,rill 111 and Eric Jensen, secretary.
Clyde _._.._..2153
KInney CreaKloi. and stainless Soothe.eomtnrts and Smith, lli.ulakHil 1111
Office ._.._ 2604 quickly calm intense ilchinf 35c trial bolus Ml,-k. X..II..w..o I.. 11111
Itty's Tavern .__ 2163 proves it,or money back Don't suffer Ask your llrihard l:nrl's l fare oil loll tlations, asserted that McNeil stood
:IO..I."n, ,
tt'nlf's '
druggist today lor D. D. D. PRUCmrTiON. Kin lulr IIiR
ncil & Potts Garage 2541 Trehinna l-arlii lure toil 1111 ready and willing to carry out his Alto A Fine Stomachic Tonlcl
rlor Hardware 2892 ';rave., NmellewNa; htult
eeler's Auto Services 2165ard's On Sale At Pratt. llowliiknd _. ... contract, but that he insisted termsof Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound .
? THE REXALL : Williams. I'Alm drill 1113 the son MOM than Just relieve
Luncheonette... 3481 STORE 1 Adrian, Palm I.rlllwl 1113 present garbage ordinance monthly pain when caused by female
Venice FloridaFVENICENOKOMIS "',. >.r, M.lf Sinclairrvlh 1"3 calling for segregation of mate- functional o ) disturbances, it
:..rl'. Pure lull 1112 also relieves weak, tired nervous
Karl: 1':11.1'0 Pure oil Jill rials, be enforced Otherwise, he cranky 'feelings at such days-when
| Uiii.hurnaim .rlll due to this cause. plnkham
1111 Compound
link,'". X,.etl.'N'cai Jim' felt he was entitled to additional has a soothing effect on one of
MI. tkirle. Pain IIrlll 1111 compensation, woman a most Important organs.
11 1 .I"n.... 11.winkado lilt Taken thruout the month Pink-
l.lnihhl lluujakuilc a5Earl's Surfs Hired ham a Compound helps build up resis
I, ... : Pure oil iI tance against such distress Ha ..Ilia.
Following settlement of the I very e&ectlve stomachic tonic

BANKVENICE GARBAGEContinued garbage dispute, the council confirmed Thousands Upon Thousand
the employment of W. B. of Girls and Women Helped-

( from Page 1) Surls, former Venice fire chief j There an no opiates In Plnkham

FLORIDA or before December 1, with the as superintendent of the city water ture Compound own wholesome It's made from roots Mother and Herbs Na s

city agreeing to pay him the $16 works at a salary of $175 per plus Thousands Vitamin upon B. It thousands naps NATUHE of
women
"WE INVITE YOUR
ACCOUNT'Member per week it has held out of his $66 month as recommended by Finn havereported remarkable bene. i
nil. U you suffer Like thlwe 1
per week contract payments to insure Caspersen, chairman of the city 1 urge you to Rive Flnkhama
of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. satisfactory performance of water board.Caspersen. Compound trial. At all a drugstores.fair and honest

the work. also urged that steps

5000 Maximum Insurance 55000 Voice ObjectionsIt be taken to place into operationthe cl t.JiMIJuun;,

For Each Depositor was these $16 per week pay- water works at Venice Army VEGETABLE COMPOUNDOn

ments that almost blocked the Air Field, recently acquired by the Sale at

termination of contract agreement, city, for use in augmenting the THE REXALL, STORE

with the councilmen emphatically present city water supply, Venice, Florida 1'

arguing that McNeil had not pro-

vided "satisfactory service"

TEMPORARILYCLOSED "I don't think there's a memberof II EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS '

this board that thinks McNeil

collected the garbage satisfactorily 1

," asserted George Botts, coun- "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection" '

cil president.

Councilman George Higel also, J. J. (Joe) G. L (Kin) '
at first, objected to payment of the

money held out on McNeil, argu- JOSSART KINCAID

BEAUTY -: ing: "If we did that it would look I #

like we admitted we were to Mohler Dldg. P. O. Box 134VENICE I

SHOP blame 323 W. Venice Ave. I
2 ,
Call It Quits I

However, Councilman H. S.

Bowden finally moved to accept '

208 sr.AucusriNi A fkone wn ; McNeil's offer to call the whole LEARN TO FLY

thing quits, and the council voted F7 ;
I IN 8 EASY LESSONS ,
favorably. Government.Approved School /
Braswell, throughout the ncgo- I II I Continuous EnrollmentSee


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r PaleS VENICE CONDOLES Friday, Novenberw ,

\\i ESSAYS CIRCUS ELECTIONContinued .Hard

Methodist Church Coughing S j

\ W.S.C.S. Circles (Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) ( from pace 1) Resulting FronE
ranks highest among the navies of In Sarasota last Spring it startedin during the past few weeks. To
I March 22 32-week when your cold \r\\
a
the world. Arcadia on '
t cast a ballot In the city election trouble**,, cough, aSSdl1cold
During the American Revolution season that took it on a 10,336-mile any drug store for is horn
r
The Woman Society of Christ- citizens must register before No-
John Paul Jones said. "I have tour through 22 different states. LEY'S CANADIOL MI rr0aeactingto _
I ian Service of the Venice-Nokomis and that arrived back In Sar- vember 23. relieve coughlag
not yet begun to fight, The show fai
I Methodist church announces the might well be a motto for the great asota, to go Into temporary win- At a special meeting Wednes- : tht k, sticky Dh rk Maaocs,-.
throat
ens
', meeting of the circles for next navy that followed All throughthe ter quarters there, last week. day afternoon the council designated lag spells membranes, So try It the eue hart
.I Tuesday at 8 p. m,, as follows: history of these United States Preparations already are being the office of the Venice- a results In a Wl'ttkillg by,set

,Il enezia Circle will meet with Mrs famous naval battles have been made for the bigger and better Nokomis Chamber of Commerceas cough good It In Find for out coughs for ybunaq"*
'. J. T. Blalock; Nokomis Circle will fought and few strategic ones Sparks circus of 1947, with Mar- the polling place for the December BUCK LEY'8 CANADtmy due to?Ida

f 'ft), meet with Mrs. B. E. Bowen; Edge- have ever been lost. shall Green, general agent, in 3 election, and named the following ctata.made IIa the V.S.A.-TOD4T"tI!
I wood Circle will meet with Miss One of the most amazing incidents charge of the Sarasota office. officials: Inspectors, Frank

I ,' Mildred McAmis; Laurel Circle of this past war was General James Edgar is general managerof Green Robert Fields and Alex- On Sale at
I will meet with Mrs. W. L. Wood- MacArthur's rescue from the the show ander Murphy; deputy sheriff M THE: REXALL STORE

ard. All the ladies of the church, Philippines. It took great courage Fay Myers. Venice, FloridaBuyers
and any friends, are invited to attend and daring on the part of the men BOWLINGContinued
these meetings to so skillfully operate the PT
boats as to accomplish' that amaz- ( from Page 1)
... ing feat. In General MacArthur'sown mas and New Years weeks. in our Bradenton office can't wait until

BUSINESSAND words, "They earned their In a rearrangement of teams the building supplies flood the market.
"I. keep a thousand times over" four new sponsors were admittedto

\: I PROFESSIONAL To evaluate our navy we must the league-Venice Lumber Co.,
look at it in terms of those of other B, and B. Bar, Wheeler's Auto List your house now with Frank Klostermann
i DIRECTORY 'countries Britain, for example, Services, and Earls Pure Oil Sta-
r ruled the Seven Seas with her tion. at our Venice office, 307 West Venice Avenue.
: +++++-t tt I tt III it 1111++++
,huge navy until recently when we Inasmuch as there are vacancieson

WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE surpassed her. With the invention some teams, any bowlers who
*" I ti ATTORNEY I of the airplane, the ships of the wish to participate in league play .eeeeaHarold L Sleeper

'I COUNSELOR AND.AT,LAW I sea have largely fallen to the are asked to leave their names at

o, Phone TITLE Punta TRANSACTIONS Oorda 2(1 or 259 ships of the air. Although this is the Bowlakade 89 soon as possible.J. .
I becoming truer and truer as time J Jossart acted as chairman

goes by, the Navy has, with its during the Tuesday night meeting GRANADA COURT APARTMENTSFormerly

Dr. H. J. HoeppnerPHYSICIAN usual genius, met this problem ( Bungalow Court)

The navy has a steadily growing On June 30, 1945, there was Reservations Now Being Accepted

; Hollywood Apt..Hottl,-Mliml AvHrt .. air force, not only land-based one widow of a soldier who served
9.30.12. it Phon. 2531 planes but carrier planes also. Snow o in the War of 1812 still on the Fourteen completely-equipped home.keeping units, newly n,
it., 1' the navy rules the air as wellas United States pension roll. conditioned and redecorated throughout. Each unit cornttjrf
r.....,' the spa living room bed room (twin beds, with Innerspring mittrtua),
'" dining room, kitchen and bath with private front porch ind rot
Ir time of |
war, the American
::1:1I' Room by entrance; four unit have two bed rooms. All face on attractively
BERLOU navy roams the sea, terrorizing Day or COPPERKETTLE landscaped, sunlit patio.

the enemy befriending the friend, For Rates and Further Information Write P. B. Box 611,
:1f MOTH- less, and aiding the starving and With Maid' I VENICE FLORIDA
prevents Servic
homeless. the a INN Phone 2321
f for 5 YEWS. .ar people in distant Fuurnrnished
4 d BERLQUS guardian lands look angel upon our to lead navy them as 511 S. Harbor Drive VENICE MR. AND MRS. M. A. BRASWELL Owner.Minigen

good l through their troubles. Food

..,I. clothing, medical supplies and An Educational Gif:I!
comfort come across the waterson "Ma" Bean'sA # '
Safe. lure B ERLOU.protectlon MUSICINSTRUMENT.: : MR. DO AND MR.
against moth costs little wings of the navy. DON'T BOOKS
only 8 cents per year buyi GUARDIAN IN PEACE: Homey Place To -
\ Pointers fcr Little, Farouk
guaranteed protection for
a
' In time of peace, the American Drink I With Colored IlIu'I"tl
man i suit Not affected by and Dance I I ," ."
Navy Is a valuable aid to the 'Manners 'safety
IJ .
com- ,
dry cleaning BERLOU guaran. Cleanllnelt. '-K..ndnt" II
tees in writing to pay for moth mercial ships of America not onlyin "COME IN"I I Pets. "ObedBadt' "Go"llI
.t. damage occurring within 5 II PHONOGRAPHS
protection but in weather
reports Open
Get BERLOU Every Day and Night ,,,..
J t i' yean todayl! such as come from the Approved by Parent Ma

'i,1 North Atlantic Pal rol. On Venice Avenue
TAYLORHARDWARE The East of the Tamlaml Trail ALPHA MUSIC SHOP
Marine Corps Is an
: 311 W. Venice Ave OppotUe Cult TMiH
Important branch of our Navy It "BEER TO TAKE OUT" Reg stored PHILCO and 5TROMBERG.CARLSON R.d,. OeiUr
is an unfailing of RADIO REPAIRS
reserve protection .
203 West Venice Ave. and is ever ready to answer
; Phone 2892V our country's call in
any emergency -
.
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We as American citizens, are

j.J' .'. :1 justly proud of our Navy, with its
I
:
-
!it, "'l'f fine officers and well-trained
t w H. S. BOWDEN Owner
f wt, !! loyal men, courageously manningthe ,

huge fleet of warships submarines 217 W. Venice Ave. VENIa(

'N I air ships and all the supporting -
craft. We honor the many
heroes who have given their lives
F POTATOES
''f :p that this great Navy could develop.
:l We salute the American Navy-

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