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"Jf ere ;he Urges GONDOLIER for Venice:
'l'af1liq""i fril q A New School
acts Road to Arcadia
of Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA
PULP COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMI8 A Public Library
LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD
OL.1.N0.41 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS
1LERPABK Entries In Christmas Decoration VENICE GOLF COURSE DUE
TALK PROVES Entries Contest In the Are Now Being Accepted TO BE REOPENED UNDER NEW
Community Service Club' annual Christmas
decoration contest. In which $50 war bond will be awarded for
'HOT'SUBJECT the be.t.decorated home and the be.t.decorated mercantile OPERATORS BY JANUARY 1
establishment are now being accepted It the Chamber of Commerce -
( Sharply divergent opinionsto An office.official I entry blank I. printed on PIe 4 of tod./ Reopening of the Venice Golf and Country Club about
L whether a municipal
Gondolier. January 1 was forecast this week as negotiations were re-
ailer park would be a good Harry A. Beach, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, ported under way whereby Joseph R. Weinstein, owner of
ing for this city were who I. handling the entries for Mr. H. S. Bowden, 'pre.ldent the new Pines Hotel, will acquire the property
ought out last Tuesday night of the Present owners of the nine-hole
Community Service Club, laid entrants should bear In
[ a special public meeting ofe mind that decoration golf course, known before the war
judged from the outside some No-Vel Post Legion
Venice night during Christmas week. as one of the sportiest in all Flor-
held in the Chamber of ida E. Lunt of Roch-
I Mr. H. L. Mundy I. donating one of the $50 bonds, for the Auxiliary Officers
ommerce best ester, N. Y., and George Morris of
decorated home In Venice or Nokoml., while Robert 8.
| After more than an hqur of de- Harrisburg, Pa
Baynard I. putting up the other $50 bond, for the beit-decorated Installed HereWith
fete that at times reached the Built in 1926 during the B.L.E.
mercantile establishment In either community.
rimonious stage, the meeting was days, golf course and clubhouse
Mrs. Lillian Miller of Sarasota
journed by G. L. Kincaid, chair- have welcomed golfers of inter- -
president of District No 8
board of national fame in the past. Workof ,
of the V.B.A. govrnors -
SPECIAL HOLIDAY DANCE officiating, officers of the auxilaryof
with an announcement that renovating the clubhouse, which
No-Vel Post No. 159 of the
entire trailer park matter was used as an officers' club dur-
e PLANNED BY YOUTH CENTERA American Legion installedIn
jiould be referred to the V.B.A't ing the war, already has been
a ceremony held last Tuesday
ivic planning committee, headedy started.
Christmas-New Year's dance under auspices of the Venice- night at the home of the local
( Frank Raeburn.For Partly In City
Nokomis Youth Center will be given on Monday evening, December units president, Mrs Ann Surls.
Covering almost 100 acres, the!
Discussion 30, it was announced last night by Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik, Mrs. Collins of LaBelle assisted
Kincaid informed the 25 or 30 who last Monday night was elected chairman,, of the Youth Center's golf course property lies partly Mrs. Miller in the installationrites.
rsons in attendance that theeeting advisory committee. within the city limits of Venice, .
had been called simply to and parallels the Tamiami Trail
e Scene of the dance, which will In, addition to Mrs. Surls, officers -
discussion of for a distance of nearly one mile
about public I
ring be open to parents as well as to south of this community. seated Included: ,Mrs. Mar-
trailer park situation. TO SELL TAGS HERE
e the youngsters, probably will be
Weinstein brother of garet Tate, first vice-president;
M A. Braswell, local attorney For the convenience of Sidney ,
automobile the Woman's clubhouse in Noko-
Mrs. Ruth Kuykendall, second
Joseph Weinstein, who is directingthe
nd s member of the V.B.A. board, of Venice and
owners Pestotnik said. Jack
work of preparing the 100- vice-president; Mrs. Mae Wrede,
ointed out that any action in the vicinity, new 1947 Florida auto of Sarasota already hai
room Pines Hotel for its formal secretary; Mrs. Eve Sharp, treas-
(future-for or against establishent license tags will be placed on been engaged to play for the af. opening next week-end, said it is urer; Mrs. Carolyn Felton, chap-
of a municipal trailer camp sale here soon for one day only, fair.
planned to make the local golf lain; Mrs. Irene Wrede, assistant
Mould represent only the opinionnd the exact date to be announcedin Other OfficersAt chaplain Mrs. Enrica Dempseyand
course a semi-public club, so that ;
recommendation of one civic the near future. last Monday nights
the links will be open for play not Mrs. Thelma Smith, sergeants-
rganization. He suggested that This announcement was made held at the Chamber of Commerce, at-arms Mrs. Josephine Pestot-
only to club members, but to vis- ;
ther groups and individuals, too, yesterday by Chief of Police officers elected in addition tc itors to Venice as well. Detailed nik, historians.
hould go on record in the matter Gerry Pestotnik, who said his Pestotnik were James A. High-
be revealed served
plans are expected to Refreshments were by
In fact, Braswell, in seconding request for local sale of the tower, vice-chairman, and HometMikesell I Wrede
next weekMarjorie. Mrs. W. B. Surls, Mrs C. A. ,
i suggestion by a fellow governor, tags had been granted by Deputy principal of Venice-No and Mrs. Howard Reilly, follow-
Tinn Caspersen, that the questionbe Motor Vehicle Commissioner komis high school, secretary-treas- .
ing the meeting.
It referred to the VBA civic Bell of Sarasota uier Adorjan
At Englewood ,
planning committee, declared "a Named Secretary
Advisory board' members tc Next meeting of the auxiliary
city-wide referendum would be serve during the next year, be- the
will be held in Englewood on
Mrs. Adorjan was
very desirable and perhaps the Marjorie
sides the officers, are: Andy Ma- 7.
night of Tuesday, January
Gondolier would conduct such an elected secretary of the Venice-
ULLIGA lanca, Roland Franklin, Marianne Transportation facilities will be ar-
I"M N Nokomis Parent-Teachers Associ-
unofficial poll in order to determine -
Lanier and Bean students
By C. H. W. Gladys last ranged.On .
ation at that group's meeting
public opinion in the matter.
; Mrs T. J. Lanier, P-TA;; Tuesday night at the Laurel the evening of January 15,
McClure Speaks Mis H. S Bowden, Mrs. Alvin
Mrs. Ryan, Florida department
school. She will serve the remain-
Although the meeting started Few Venetians will get a nicer Jones, Community Service Club;; president of the Legion auxiliary,
of Mrs. T.
of the term
quietly enough, with James McClure Christmas present this year than Mrs H. L. Mundy, St. Mark's ing will come to Venice to be guest
Hubbard who resigned recently -
owner of the El Patio Hotel, : Mrs. Ray Parker, manager of the Guild; Mrs. H. W. Reilly, Amer. because of, ill health. speaker at a special meeting of
opening the discussion by going on Hollywood A-partment-Hotel And, ican Legion auxiliary; the Rev. H. Next meeting of the P.-T.A. is the local unit.
record as favoring establishment 'v hat's more, Santa Claus already Maunece Felton, Methodist church, 14
scheduled to be held January
ol a municipally-operated trailer "brung" it Mis Parker's ex- and the Rev. Don Crawford, Bap- Blades
in the Nokomis school. Dr. James E.
camp here, caustic remarks from tra-super-special Christmas gift tist church
both factions soon enlivened the husband Captain Highlights of last Tuesday Office Here
came heir<< night's meeting included a reportby
proceedings. Ray Parker of the Army Air Coastal Erosion
McClure declared: "I feel that who has been stationed in Prncipal Homer Dr. James E. Blades this week
everyone in business In Venice Germany for the past year Problems StudiedBy excellent progress being Ve-No-Hi made by formally opened his Venice office,
would benefit from a properly- the form ofa the recently-organized located in the Siede building at
Said present came in CongressmenCongressman band, an address by the Rev. Don will
managed trailer park," and cited call from her 208 St. Augustine avenue.
Crawford of the Venice First Bap-
various advantages that would husband one day this week (it Harold Knutson, engage in general
tist church, and an operetta pre-
accrue to the city. was on her birthday, by the way). who is currently a guest at the El sented by pupils of the first and surgery.Dr. .
After John Dunglingson, Mrs. R. his voice here and Robert S. Blades' office hours will be
It wasn t just hearing Patio Hotel second grades of the Laurel school,
L Tilley and Mrs. H. L. Mundy that put that happiness in Mrs Baynard, president of the Venice under the direction of Mrs. Ruth from 10 a. m. to 12 noon, and from
had voiced opposition to the trailer Parker's heart, it was his news Land Co., joined' subcommitteeof Hall. 2 p. m to 5 p. m., except that the
park Idea, Dan Oprisiu, owner of that he expected to arrive back In the House Rivers and Harbors office will be closed on Thursday
the Valencia Apartments, asserted the States next May to be discharged committee that made a survey of and Saturday afternoons.
: from the Army after 20 erosion problems along the coastof Plans CompletedFor Although planning to build a
"I'm' against any trailer camp in years of service He told her Sarasota county last Wednes- Methodist home in Venice, Dr and Mrs
or near Venice $1 a day peopleare that he had Just driven 85 miles day. Christmas PageantAn Blades for the time being will reside -
all you get. A trailer park Frankfort in an apartment adjoining his
by t jeep, from his station In addition to Congressman
helps some businesses, but it would to Nuernberg, in order to place Hardin Peterson of this district, invitation to residents of office.
hurt property values." the telephone call. And that on other members of the sub-com- this entrr area to attend the traditional Dr. Blades came here from
Critical contrast to Christmas Pageant at the Sidney, Ill., where he had prac-
his end of the line, in mittee were Reps. Gordon McDon-
Oprisiu added remark church, ticed for five years, both pnol- to
I caustic (Continued on Page 2) ough of California and Henry D. Venice-Nokomis Methodist
concerning what Sunday, December entering the army and,, after being
alleged were Larcade, jr., of Louisiana. to be held at 8 p. m
drinking habits of trailerites, Service Club To The local survey is part of a 22, was extended yester- discharged, as a lieutenant-colonel,
which drew a prompt retort from national check-up on erosion prob- day by the Rev. H. Mauriece Fel last January. He graduated in 1935
McClure to the effect that, as one Meet ThursdayThe lems being made by the sub-com- ton, pastor. from the School of Medicine of the
(Continued "Page two decades," he University of Louisville (Ky.), and
on Last ) of the mittee, which will submit its rec- "For almost
December meeting of served his internship in surgery at
Con- said "the residents
will be ommendations
Community Service Club Venice-Nokomis communities, the Vanderbilt hospital in Nash-
[ We I held next Thursday evening, December gress. the wel las friends from other communities ville, Tenn.
w t as
19, at 8 p. m., at FREE SHELL have eagerly awaitedthe
TEMPERATUIIt'PAINFALL of Mrs. Sony Terry on Nassau Road Superintendent J. coming of Christmas and the NEW RESIDENCEWork
Deis street in Venice County at the Venice- on his new $6,000 concrete
l"tll'l Venice yesterday Traditional Pageant
High Low E. Edwards of
Previously recorded _"_......"_.0.20 Mrs. H S. Bowden, president of that anyone desiring Nokomis Methodist church. Plans block residence on the southwest
Bat Bat. Dee 6 __ 71 II..-..::.-.O..O the club, said a brief business announced himself at the for this year's pageant have been 'comer of Granada avenue and
Dee, t __ 10 11.0.00 the featureof shell rock may Avenue des Parques was started
will precede usual we are
meeting and, as ,
lun. dur- completed
Dee t' ,,,, fa IIM.'O.OO county's shell pit at it
4r-- which will be a of this week by George ,
lion., nee; the evening, after anxious for everyone to know
a ...?__ 10 eo--.o.eo the next two weeks,
7aee., neec for the members. ing to the af- reported by.City Building Inspector -
It .,._ st 0.0.00 Christmas the drag line will be the general .
71... .11-_. It 110.00 An amusing program has been which fair." Hiram R. Ide.
0 r. another location.
11 II 110.00
prepared for the event.
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I VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, December
Page Two _. ,
] Christmas Party
VENICE GONDOLIER Bowlakade VENICE
1"I For Negro ChildrenSet
do not agree with a word you say, but I will For Dec. 27 Women' LeagueTeam MEN'S LEAGUE
defend with my life your right to say it..VOLTAIRE
annual Christmas party for
"I business office, 314 West W L Pine Teams ...
Published Friday. Editorial and
every the colored children of the com- 1 3131 Venice Rr
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box (32. Telephone Venice 2961. Trailer_Park.... .: 6 3466 Food i
munity will be held at Smltty :- : i Adrian 7
NestleN! uod : :: :::= 1391 :a I k"y(
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION an's club building in Nokomis at Earl's ..... ... .. e 4837 Smltty i 115
........ 4 Ilea Venice
27 It Palm Grill Laundry I ilea
I NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ___ 3pm. Friday, December J. ft J. Aircraft : :. ::=: t t 4366 HIQ I fed
Entered ae eecond-clau matter June 6, U411, at the post office was announced yesterday.This \um Beauty" .. '''::.:: 1 I Su:4 Vent l e Lumber 1 I; l.
I at Venice, Florida, under the Act of March J, 1679.t event is sponsored each Results last Friday; Wolf defeated ; :
by the Venice-Nokomis Charm Beauty i to 1; bmitty defraud Wheeler'. n. : ask
<< aim Orlll I to I. Results this w, \.nlce :'totI I lilt
i Subscription rates: One year, $2.60; six months, $1.50; three Woman's Club and the Community Results last Monda: Earl defeated 3'ci:;; is Vd"!i uednundr(r' I "tt,.
75c. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 children Palm Orlll
months Service Club, with the Negro J. At J. Aircraft I to U; 8mllly'a defeated II "and"B I in.
words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. of Venice, Nokomis and Lau- defeated VV ulf'. I to 0MATCHbS Venice Laundry "'G'uard halir,1,
TONIGHT, 3 p. m., ; Venice I ; I'h
6 0 e(
rel being given an afternoon of Trailer I'urka. Hmltt) i; Neatlewuwli ; d,t ;;'d \ Ifilatt
Editor and Publisher rlUb 'enlqAVERAGES
CARROLL i. charm Beauty her, 3 to
HELEN WILLIAMS .....MM.M.MMM_______ Office Manager entertainment, including games, (NOTE:: A mwolal meeting of all
movies, distribution of presents, nmene' tram raiilalne will be held at (Compile by ,
7:39;: P. m next Monday at the bowl Adore) ",
MULLIGAN famous McGraw-Hill Publishing and the service of refreshments. IIIK alleys tu dlcu I league business, League Secretary)
imludlnir player| trannfere) JCurwtd. HniltK I
(Continued from Page 1) Co., which employs their daughter I AVERAGE n..1: !
Julia, in its Illustration CATHOLIC SERVICES (Compiled by Marjone Adorjan rent.m, -:lIrl'. .1'
I" the warm and brilliant Florida I partment in New York city .De-I Father Elslander of Sarasota this League Secretary) J. BurkHt II A. ii\ .It
sunshine that day, it was cold and Dirk, Charm Beauty Warren K Club
I Said page carried a picture of Miss I week called attention to the fact lur iHKl, MnlllynKaehurn ....::::..:: :::::::::::::::::m Jones, V. Fw.lO : vie
Cousins regarding a resolution sent that mass Is being held at 9 a. m. tt err, n. Nretlewsaf II. A. |) 11
: 'f e to a retiring high official of the every Sunday in the Gulf theatre Miirnur (.hurnr Beauty Adrian ..1Ii..
here for Catholics of Venice and Itawee l Smltl}'et .......... ::: :' ::::. :: : Iii Dietrich H. A II \Ii
f Commissioner M. Cousins : : :: ::
County firm. She had done the illuminated :arl, Karl ......... ... .... :: : : KuogltT K I lul> .114
and his wife also got something and vicinity "hullh'). Trailer Park ..... .... III Ku> kendall I i'I.. :1:
lettering received kuNketulHll IralUr Park Duke ItlgflStrphcn .
0. in the way of an advance I t\lillin I Calm' drill ......:::::::.:::: .": 11gjft *. V. LDuvnll. ?: _10 111
-r rirt. special commendation for Ntnllr
: came Christmas in the present form this of a week.reprint. .of It the work from Curtis W. McGraw has been made by some of those : harm\r tlrKiHid. Beauty;:...:...::..::::::..::::'::: : Ii! Williams.I I K V.iltih hOakley .-le Je 1414
I who strongly! oppose the U. S. En- k, \\ ..If a .. .. V. I-niinlr, '
one o( the pages of a recent issue I Patchy, Smllt)' .. .. .. ...... 111 Leweilyn.: AilrliuHixlRln. -
-: of the house organ of the world- I gineers' plan to cut the Inland Hull \rxtl, vtiiudhnilthn ....-. ............- III lilael'aRaeliurn. : 1 ::3:
Karl .. ...... .. .......... : .119 fcmlttv: 4
s Buddy Ringo whose Venice Inlet j Waterway right through Venice, to Iin.t It. Trull r Park ..;. ....... : ..luxTorehkana. T. 1Vrede. Hlgel-! ::J:
M link up Venice bay with Lemon Earl's ... ........... 104i1td'seth. \\elti V. I-.K .
Docks restaurant is becomingmore I Earls .. .. ..... ... 101Ilanchey Arnall i. V. l.um, Its
bay Said new proposal being Amitty's ..... ........:. ... ._.104 Zeiuler. V. LUIII'm,'
: New BusSchedule and more popular, informsus that jetties be constructed in l a\lilMHi. J. A. J. Aircraft ..... .... ....t04I J ivt-) K 411111Wolf. : .10
.. i Adrian Palm Grill ... ... ..1113 II II
kingfish are now running. '
the Gulf at a point opposite the I Itrhard.: hniltt)'a ; :::::: ::::':: :: lug Surfs, A.lrlllll'I. :
Wants us to remind fishermen he Farrar. J A. J AlrrrattTrail.r :. 302 Earl Earl y1
head of Lemon bay, and the Gulf I J.'n'r, J & J Irrrllrt ... .1401Aurls. K Key V. ',M.I .a1
Now In Effect not only operates the restaurant, i and the be connected there. l'uhtt Grill ..... .... ..101i )lanihehi.'. ,' I :E
( ) bay "
11 but has boats for hire and sells i: Pratt. : :..:: : :::: bas J. C. HlnrMthVrecl. V gl
'. Then, they urge, forget the I I'afk. ...... .. .. .... b7 ('. \ .', 11111'1.1'l lKlrh -1M
North South bait. In case guides are desired II..e( illl,>n. Trailer Turk ... .. ...... P7 bmlmAdrian '. '114
; he said Walter Bear, Jack idea of cutting the Inland Water- .. harm lleautyHtiHknmn ...... ... ... ... AilrliinBrnhard 114
1'1 '3 :: 12:30 through the of Venice. ILlndahl NoIf's .. a6taker. bmlltt -111
n m : am way city
Denison or Mac Ringo all [ .> .wod .. .. : Archer. V. tumlirmtr .14
top- : ; :
5::00 i a.m. 1:2.: a.m. t. Instead, have boats go out I Nelu.n Wolf's .: :: .::.:: ::::: ..: : / VMntl.rBuldt .11
0:21: a ni 815: en notchers, are available through his (harm lien uty ... ... t>3 V I'limli r 'II
:into the Gulf for the short I -.
A J 11 15 a ni: 11:15 e:m establishment. And open (I HatiKH. J A J Aircraft : : .::: S ItiKine HIII"'I 1 '
"'|j:" "1:1. speakingof distance involved To which II..UK'. Palm .rill "_' ..... ... ........... .. .. ;< Han ton. *:nrlAdurjan. '. -11
p mi : pmM Gulf fishing, have you heard l EK Ita)nu. J. A. J. Aircraft... ...... 71 K Club 13
...1 'M p.m. :15 p.m. one Venetian snorted: "Nuts! An ; V. HlnrMth. \; I.
1.. t that that i.uini.
report a new suggestion Crawford. V.
4'In p.ni. "8:30: p.m. I Inland Waterway is supposed togive "mlth. :Rrl'. 'IM la
.ie 7'So P m.II 1:30: p.m. I small boats continuous protec- SENTENCED Sew berry K A. B isAdams
.U p.m. "f:15 pmMjirstmly. VVlutlireA is
la Hair "t"l> .. Furt. ,tion from rough water-that's the Sinclair Hogan, Negro residentof I
.11\ .":$t. 1'iUTiO.urg via Ferry FOR RENT :'whole idea of an Inland Water- the Manhattan Farms quarters, Subscription To The
was found guilty in city court last
.., C. H. WOLF Tuesday of intoxication and fight- Gondolier Would Make
,, Venice Agent Very desirable living room, I One of this week's Gondolier ing and was sentenced by Mayor an Ideal Christmas Gift
Bus Depot at Wolf'* Service bedroom, kitchen and bath classified ads is of more than Cl>'de V. Higel to serve five daysat
Station on the Trail., apartment. Private home. Sea ,usual Interest. It's the C. of C. work on the city streets and to
sonal only one seeking women to work in a pay a fine to $5. Hogan was crested -
II' Phone 2972 branch dress factory that may be Monday night in the Ven- WE WILL BE
t j t :.tf (Clip this out for future reference Phone 2174 I j'established here by a northern ice Negro quarters by Chief of
Notime tables available due to Before t P. M. firm. They like the set-up, Police Gerry Pestotnik.
paper ahortage) I climate etc, here CLOSEDSUNDAY
Ii but are dubious
Il about whether Venice and vicinity
I could furnish them with the good. I, 'Redecorated Rooml COPPER
sized labor supply they would
f Rate Reasonable KETTLE
FRUIT FOR SALE need. We hope the C. of C. gets Swimming, Pool ,
I t, } lots of answers. Venice could (For Guests Only) INN
I --oJ. certainly use a few light industrial 619 S. Harbor Drive VENICE DEC.
plants like that. .
Potted Red Poinsettias and
(One Day; Only)
7 Ready for Christmas NEW A. F. L. Union COMPANY Shop To Resurface Our Alleys and
--0- ,I Bay Street und Indiana Ave. Make Other I ItrprovemenH.
e PHONENUMBERS Good Will, and Better Business
"' SUMMERS & CURRY Follow Fair Dealing' REOPEN AS USUALON
FRED J. KRUEA. Prop. MONDAY
4 1.t Phone 3121 Phone Venice' 2484
r rA. i (Sine the last the
telephone directory, :. 1IftI VENICEBOWLAKADE
hive been made Or numbers
I changed Next l Issue of the directory FOR QUICK, RELIABLE
it not scheduled to appear until' SERVICE, CALL
next January. You may have
A. 4 Venice Inlet DocksRestaurant 'llif.home or hereon builneee' at nominal telephone' eoit.number Call II I VENICEPLUMBING
t Alpha Institute of Music.).2663 II SHOP AND GRILL
Baukat, Henry .. 2673 Box 14
re 'M''M'' '' II I Venice Phone 2153
Boldt and Sons .....M..M... 3533
Bowen, B. E. ..........._._....... 3414 II.
Bowlakade ...?_?M. ? ?.. 2661
Buddy Ringo Prop. Charm Beauty Salon. ......2811
El Patio HotelGondolier Cheer
"'M'_'?__. 3572 For Holiday
Greens Fuel ............._.... 2372
Special Sunday Dinner Jossart-Kincaid .. 2665 Amid
McKinney, Clyde ?........-...2153
COMBINATION SEAFOOD PLATE Ponder, J. W.. Jr. (res..2824 Pleasant SurroundingsVISIT
Post Office .....M..MM..MM.M. 2604
r with Smitty's Tavern ...?..?..?... 2163 THE
Stancil & Potts Garage .... 2541
Shoestring Potatoes Salad Taylor Hardware _MMM... 2892
Hot Rolls Coffee or Tea Woodards Wheeler's Auto Luncheonette.Services..2165 3481 B. and B. Bar
Dessert 305 WEST VENICE AVENUE
$1.25A Gas on Stomach L Bud Newberry VENICE Bob
Relieved In 5 minutes or CA' r******
"'hlft .double....... .."..your..... ...,,money, back,
LA CARTE Ina .... win ..... h.ennu n ienn
ORDERS BEERWINEOpen sl b end sew'n' INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE
p'"Io. ,.. ....
""n. .."tlhea., In...." ,..,
T.blon. Rllrr--n"Ilico: 16, In aril-W
: 11 a. m. 2:30: p. m., 5:30p. -10:30 p. m. "Iv nr a..0'Do double 1"n at 011 I.nilrw roar dro.mmme.'aril-ms.... beak briar on, hlllrQ swa''n 0, bans in a VENICE, FLORIDA
Phone 2056 Homeiltei On Biy And Gulf Investment propertlel-
At Venice Inlet Near the Venice Jetties @stratchindG! Acreage Farms Rentals
"Famous For Fine Fishing"Bait / RICHARD H. GEDNEY
For quick relief from Itching by........
athlete's toot sables'P""D"'and"""itching l
For Sale Boats For Rent S?.dttioes D.D. ntitcmruoN., use pure ua>>n A,doctor mediated fonwila,liquid: Rte9ur n d REAL ESTATE tJut
Guides Available (-....eeendetainlen Soothe. comforts end
quickly aim In_ Itchm 3Sc trial bolts Box 281 Phone ast1
.or messy tack. Don tuffcr Atk Fig
druigot today let O. D. D. Pnocairrioi your .Theatre Bulidln l Venice. ,
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010 December 13, IMfl
VENICE GONDOUZB '
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LANIER'S VARIETY El
:h, (\ q1jn
J t J 1): ,
Plastic and Leather Purses
Lingerie Sport & Dress Shirts
Blankets Lamp Shades
Sweaters Scarfs Ties Belts Sweaters'
Dresses, Cotton and Silk
Slip ,Housecoats Nylon Hosiery
Bedroom Slippers Housecoats \ Beach Shoes Raincoats
Handbags Gowns Beautiful Assortment
Woolen or Rayon Sox
Christmas Decorations of Handkerchiefs
Plastic Beach Windbreak I
Aluminum Kitchenware Stationery Pen and Pencil Set
Pyrex SetaSwimming Rayon Parasols Bill Folds
pt S406 Pt I&S-611
Genuine "Esmond" Blankets
Dolls Books Games
Trunks Sweaters 100% Virgin Wool Sweater Sets
Purses House Slippers
Robe Sox Belts Dresses and Creepers
Roller Skates Stilts "Ideal" Infant Robes
Airplane Kits Flashlights High Chair Pads Sweaters Housecoats
Wagons Bicycle Baskets Kiddie Rockers Cradles Pajamas
Games Books Toys And Many Other Gifts Dainty Handkerchiefs
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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, December 11
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\ A Hint "Nine Shopping Days Til
\1 Pinellas Point #f CJ-tUnCHJ:$ .
Why Not a Subscription to
\ THE GONDOLIER Ferry Now Running METHODIST
; For a Christmas Present? St. Petersburg (FNS) wiih VENICE.N CHURCH Nokomis Annual Christmas Decoration
the settlement of the 44da0Idstrike H. Mauriece Bay Point Felton. Minster Contest
; of captains and engineers on 10 I.m Sunday ScJiool
11 am Morning Worship ENTRY BLANK
the municipally owned ferry line T p.m. Young Fellowship Group.
operating between this city and T:30: p.m. Evening .e a.Mldwe.k
Wednesday, 7:10 p. m,
k. Pinellas Point, resumption of ser- prayer and song service
I '.f vice was resumed last week. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Date
I Nassau at Miami Avenue
CUT FLOWERSPOTTED D Campbell Crawford. Pastor
f,:. 10 am Bible Class Name
11 a.m. Morning -
PLANTS 1.30 p m B.T.P.UT Apt. House or Hotel -
FLORAL PIECES -JO p:m: Evening service
Wednesday 7 10 p.m.
I' Phone 1121 On Tamlaml Trail V
4 Miles North of Vonle, '
SUMMERS CURRY OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH Name -
Rtv Henry Johnson. Pastor ResidenceForward
10 a m. Sunday School: 11 a. m. s
Morning service; I p m B. T. UI T
Hard Coughing Spells p.p. m.m.,Evening prayer meeting service; Wednesday t ( entries to Harry A. Beach, Secretary, Venlt'Noko, !,
Great Chamber of Commerce
OJ,, Resulting From ColdsWhen ST MARK EPISCOPAL
.. li for CHURCH
Riviera St. and Palermo Place
I your cold brings on a nastytroublesome 'ker. Rector
both men and women. You'llenjoy Dr. Leonard W. 8 Str>
cough spend 45 cents at
r 9.45 .m. Sunday Rrhn..l
;1 bowling on our alleys. aDV drug store for a bottle of BUCK- 11 a m. Jlurning .....Ieo.
: : Come In anytime. LEY'S CANADIOL MIXTURE-triple)
acting-to relieve coughing tut BUCK- CHURCH OF OOD
': LET'8 acts promptly to help loosen up Venice Avenue VENICENOKOMISBANK
VENICE thick, sticky phle. .h-sooths Irritated Rev C. D. Jernlgan Pastor
throat membranes and ease bard cough. 10 s m. Sunday School.
It. ,; BOWLAKADE ing spells. So try It the very next time 11 T'30 am p.m.fmtchlns reaching
.. t a cold results In a wracking stubborn Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Toting People
HOURS cough. Find out for yourself Just how iervlm
I good It Is for coughs due to colds Get Friday, 7-J p.m., benefit surper
'. 4.11 p. m. weekdays BUCKLEY'S CANADIOL MIXTURE VENICE, FLORIDA
1.11 p. m. Sat. and Sun. made la the A.-TODAT-411 drug VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH ..
I Gulf Theatre Venice AvenueVtn '
I I gists.In 'ce "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"
... Rev O. L.. Inlander. Pastor
the Heart of the Business District" Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
t: : \ II(
I I' Maximum Insurance
1 $5000 $5000
For Each Depositor
i. EL PATIO HOTEL:
Recent signatures regis-
t tration book at the office of the
Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Com-
merce included the following:
$3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene, Barring-
225 West Venice Avenue VENICE Phone 3572 ton, Ill.; W W, Wuthenow, Lees-
burg, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. CharlesS. ResidentialLots
Weber, St. Charles, Ill.; Mr. and
Mrs. George A. Cunningham, Rad- e
.' .k4k J. J. (Joe) ford, Va., Mr and Mrs. George W.
JOSSARTand Barrows, Indianapolis, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Dee
Waltham, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
Ingels Stockbridge, Mich., Mt. and
J 2! G. L (Kin) Mrs. H. A. Gibson, Stockbridge,
KINCAID Mich.; O B. Anderson, Chautau-
'. qua N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
h. !j".. Mohler Bldg. P. O. Box 134 Federlein, Pittsburgh, Pa, Mr. and On Improved Streets
It 4 323 W. Venice Ave VENICE Mrs. H H. Rieke, Jr., H. H. Rieke,
Phone 2665 I III, Louisville, Ky.; August H.
"Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"A Rieke, Louisville, Ky; Mr. and -0.-
Mrs. William H. Ford, Janesville,
Wis. For Sale Below
Privilege to Live In Florida I
1 "!tC Tide Tables Cost. of Improvements
A Distinction to Live In Venice
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor Oats Fri.. Oto. II T'07p.m.High 10:17I"m.Low -0-
bat. IPee. 14 4 o!a.m.
,Sun., n,.c. 19 7nepm.;: : 120am06p 1!'1onm3inm : NOW IS THE TIME
'm 12 Bin m.
Ion., lire. 18 Ha m: 1 63a mp
VENICE 81 FLORIDA ;Tues.. Dec. 17 a I> .m: 1 09p II m:, TO BUY
'56pm14am 2 2l l>m
Wod., n... II : 4.OlamI : :
t Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf 24p m 0 p m
Thu..... hoe 19 11.6 am. 4.54am, -a
Fri.. Dec 20 1* oup.m.Blip:; :m: :3ua.m.ml,m.:
IS THERE SUCH A THING AS Building Materials Will
MEN\= Be Available ShortlyPrices
WOMEN AfAY NOT HArl
MORE BACA'BONE7NAN Range From
WOMANHOOD ? HIM, BU7MOS'7Gfiym
SNOW MOREOfIZ $300 to $2200
4 "No"-elalm medical authorities who ought to o
knowl Nature has so constructed and phys i;
cally endowed woman that in many cases she's
apt to suffer certain distressing symptoms
during her life For Instance,when she enters
womanhood. or during the menopause, the
period when fertility ebbs away. VENICECOMP LAND
Now If on 'certain days' of the month-fe
male functional monthly disturbances are
causing you to suffer from pain, nervous distress -
and feel so tired, cranky you snap at
your children and hllSband-then do
Eo PInkham'1 Compound tore ON
Such s'mpt.oms. It's IrJ1IIOII.I ,tor this purpoee.Made '.
ESPECIALLY For Girls and Women
Plnkham Compound tots MOII than relieve
such monthly pain. It ALSO relieves accom
panying! nervous tension Irritability and weak TEMPORARILY
sSlghstriffiff feelings-when due to this cause.
Taken regularly thruout the month-this
great medicine helps resistance) ,
against such distre A thing sensible CLOSED ROEBUCK
woman should want to dol ROBERT 8. BAYNARD FRANK D.
Lydia Plnkham' President Salesmsniger
Compound b also very!
effective to relieve hot flashes and those funny,
embarrassing feeling* during the :years 38 to VENICEFLORIDAPhone
61 when due to the functional 'm1c 11e-8iD' If) IJ BEAUTy
I period peculiar to women.Flnkhanrt U'itl;, 5 H ,' C
Compound 1 18 worth trrfttgt 16S1"In -
I _/yri __ /Ll. L L P VEGETABLE. Business To Help Build Venice end Venice Vou! "
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December 111948 VENICE GONDOLIER
VISITORS 1 CHRISTMAS PARTY
Haskall of Surprise Party Given +++++++4HF++++
d Mrs Miller Students of all six grades of the
'ill., are guests at the Englewood school will be given a For Evelyn BakerA BUSINESSAND Have You Visited
gettle Inn.lES Christmas party at the school next Our NewCosmetics
Friday by Mrs. Genevieve Capps surprise birthday party was PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY I
Kenly, principal, and Mrs. Elsie given in honor of Miss Evelyn Bar?
Czerwinski. The students presented Baker by Miss Arita Graves at
their home on Ponce de Leon
a Christmas program at last : Come 1 In and 1 Inspect
t nue last Saturday night.
Monday night's Englewood P.-T.A. Our Fine Stock of
meeting at the school. After a turkey dinner was
RES/STANCE served, ,bridge and other games DERMETICS and
THf TRIUMW OF were played. Miss Baker received REVLON Beauty Aids
U'D ov1RPATTER1 numerous presents, including sev- ATTORNEYCOUNSELORATLAW
eral pertaining to her favorite TITLE TRANSACTIONS
EASQNSWHYcreasing sport, fishing. Phone Punta Gorda 2S1 or 259 Free Advice Free Make-Up
million! Guests at the affair included Mr.
Snag Back With |and Mrs. Otis Bronson, Mr. and CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION
tt !Mrs. W. B. Surls, Mrs. Ann Surls, Dr. H. J. HoeppnerPHYSICIAN Every Woman Would
-W Penny Hull, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Love a Gift Chosen
r- Blalock, Mr and Mrs. George Hollywood Apt.-Hotel-Miami Ave Especially For Her At
Botts, Mrs. Flossie Baird, Mr. and Hn. ':30.12, !.. Phone 2531 OUR COSMETICS BAR
Mrs. M. Cousins, Mr. and Mrs. A. I
NAMsim F. Erdenberger, and Mrs. Oscar CHARM
D pleheadachrdypainful James E. Blades, M. D. BEAUTY SALON
201 St. Augustine Ava 1 Trixie and Lucile
discomforts of neuralgia. HOUSE SOLD
PHONES: Office S251-Home 3134 223 W. Miami Ave. Venice
that Is "hard to I'i. Measured doses in powder Margaret B. Evans, with H. N. HOURS, 10.12, 2 to 5, Except Phone 2811
thing form for Quick Wimmors Thursday and Saturday P. M.
U assimilation. ,Venice realtor, this week ,
is the swell food on our
announced the sale of the Harry M.
er". n Proof of merit. Same type for. I
rmula over one-third I Farnsworth home on Groveland
century. RECORDS AND BOOKS MAKE WONDERFULGIFTS
avenue to Mrs. D. F. Moore.
pen 8 a. m. to S p. m.5p.m.to8:30 Standard O. S. P. Ingredients !
: p. m. D Laboratory tested, controlled. I REPORTS ARREST "Hymns Children Love" $3.67 Beautifully Illustrated
Closed Mondays R i In price range of evel''one.UlOo State Highway Patrolman Frank "Peter & the Wolf" $3.91 Stories of Operas each 50c
\ and Ole sizes Also I Boxed Sets
Parcinski last Tuesday reported "Sooner or Later" 63c "Spitfire Pilot' 650
WOODARD'S"NCHEON Caution: Use only as directed. 'the arrest on the Tamiaml Trail "This li Always" 79c "Picture Dictionary" $1.25
BOYS' FUN BOOK of Thing
E T TE Bun -Thy I near Venice of Leslie Hicks Negro -
"Jump Boogie Jump" $1.05 To Make and Do $1.49
I for driving I a car without a And Many Others
valid state diiver's license. Hicks
|posted a $25 cash bond with the ALPHA MUSIC SHOP
I Sheriff's office In Sarasota. Registered PHILCO and STROM6ERQ.CARLSON Radio Dealer
I ill W. Venice Avt Phone 26(3
S LEARN TO FLY RADIO REPAIRS-RADIOS RENTED
IN 8 EASY LESSONSGovernmentApproved CLASSIFIEDADS
Continuous Enrollment School I SAY-'AVE
(Jo I word first II word, le each
Set Beautiful Venice and Nearby I additional, word. Minimum charge, YOU
Gulf Coast From the Air. ISO. Cash with Ad. Special rates
for more thin ono Insertion of the I LORDSHIP ?
IL Passenger Hops $1 SO Per Person
same Id. Ado will bo accepted over
I the telephone l (2>S1) up to ft p. m.
J & J AIRCRAFT, INC. Thursday, with understanding Id.v.rtll.r Wad
will remit payment prompt.
AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS lY.)
I 0. Joyner P. O. Box 291 E. T. Denham
NICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA (306 FOR SALE
01-:;x'rs hOMTAIHK diamunit ring
:,:| car.ot.1..., electric pup up I<", .t.
<,r. Avenue 5 C, Venice Trailer Park
O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS. FLA. PHONE 3533 I c
I'M'III-HI: WATER TANK, I feet dl*
I nmt-1 r. I feet high T. C. Rash, J
nniiiit'- Aim, r\ukomla
BOLDT AND SONS j I BUSINESS PERSONALS
!IINTII.Iiilt; COR\Tdli tpholHter.I
I Clip| CUM.r., draperies, ilo. made
Plumbing Waterproofing I ,In .nlir linn M. (iondolli.
I II.M'UNO; of all kinds Open truck or
Painting Exterior and Interior I large Irnc.tor-van trailer Thoa. J.McNeil .
Phone 2621 e." IMP I's .... StW1i."'se..t
Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication I
I INSTRUCTIONREGISTER If you have had a tough day "battling It out" at the store
I or office, mix yourself a tall one for that much-needed "pick
FREE ESTIMATES NOW up" before dinner. For the finest In liquor supplies, depend upon
For New Classes for General
Dance Routine Ballet and
Ballroom JIM PONDERSoYn
ALPHA INSTITUTE OF
MUSIC PACKAGE LIQUORS
311 W. Venice Ave. Phone 2663
'W WILL NOT tVfNICt
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YEAR MENT Company'ROUND OPPORTUNITY manufacturingmisses' EMPLOY- Did Know?-
and children's dresses -
plans to open branch in
w ..., Venice. Clean, quiet work That In Englewood there Is located a retail market that
offers the greatest variety of seafood to be found In any such
+F q Ja operating
market In this section of the state?
machines. 40 hours per
week-8 a. m. to 4:45: p. m. That In addition to the many local varieties of fish and shellfish *
for from the tons brought In to our
t e Fridays. especially you
94I Mondays through wholesale docks each day, we also receive daily shipments of
Paid rest periods. Ladies interested shrimp from Fernandlna, lobster from Miami, and oysters from
AleeAlflao apply to Venice- Maryland? '
Nokomis Chamber of Com-
Immaculate, Ice-filled displaycase
That you can select from our
FRESH DAILY merce for detailed informa- the fresh-caught fish you desire and have It dressed before *
tion. your eyes?
3-Apple, Peach, Blackberry, Cherry, Pumpkin, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE That you are welcome to visit our retail or wholesale department -
Raisin, Apricot, Pineapple it any tlml1Lemon
3K1ES -- 'Sugar, Oatmeal,. Ginger, Chocolate 107 Acres
Brownies Cup Cakes Fruit Bars 1500 Feet On Tamlami Trail
$60 an Acre as a Whole Bay FisheriesOn
WCHNUTS Plain, Sugared, Glazed
Cakes Made To Order Small Estates
Homes Wentworth Avenue at the Bay
$6,000 to $37,500H.N.Wimmers DIAL 3391 ENGLEWOOD"FOR
[Venice Pastry Shop YOUR TASTE'S DELIGHT AND YOUR HEALTH'S
SAKE, EAT MORE SEAFOOD"
247 West Venice Avenue VENICE, FLORIDA
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( Face Six _GONDQI IS$ Friday,
y1, record" he declared, "our zoning Sets fpr Fpreign -
TRAILER PARK ordinance does NOT prohibit I Nokomis Lodge
Relief ShippedHopeful Dining icon
j ; (Continued from Page 1) trailer park being operated in our
i who owns a trailer himself, he business section despite what that they would reach SUNDAY
could vouch for the fact that trail some people think" their intended recipients in foreign DECEMBER 15
",p erites "are not drinking people It was at this point that M Cou- countries before Christmas,
and many of them are wealthy sins, retiring county commissionerand Sarasota county Red Cross worker Roast Duck Dinner ,
persons who Just happen to enjoy .owner of the Cousins Guest today shipped 125 skirts reported a e e ,
the freedom and flexibility of Home, arose to remark: 'Mrs. Charles McG. Roberts, in
Veal Bird Dinner
trailer life." "All this talk is amusing and charge of the local foreign relief ,
Caspersen after possible use of confusing I don't see any point sewing workers, who meet every '
Price of dinner 'Include: soup, salad, relish
a portion of the Venice Army Air in even talking about it Excuse Thursday morning from 9 a. m bowl(, ohovegetables.
Home-made Hot Roll, Coffee
Field as a cite for a trailer park me." he said, and left the: meeting to noon at the Venice-Nokomis 11 or Tea, Desist
J ,, had been suggested by Alexander Howe\er the discussion continued Methodist church. '*
Murphy and others asserted "that's for some time before the We still have to make 25 skirtsas
not quite ai rosy an idea as some meeting finally was adjourned. our share of the county quota," CHICKEN, STEAKS CHOPS
people think" following Kincaid's announcement I Mrs Roberts said, in asking that Cooked To OrderOn
Not Prohibited that the matter would be referredto any women interested Join the
'Howe\er for the sake of the the civic plannir.g committee. group next Thursday She said that
the Tamlaml Trail, 1 Mile North of Venice
25 dresses are to be made locally, Phone
too, and that wool for children's
sweaters to be knitted at home, .
I may be called for at the church
I Venice Radio ServiceTo (
Arrry veteran with over 15
t >ears' service: in the Signal! Corps, 1pr
YES! where he specialized in radio communications tI/I"
work Cecil H. Grieve
next Monday will open the Venice
,'I WE'VE GIFTS GALORE ALL OVER Radio Service store at 251 West
Venice avenue, in the Catherine And Many Other Gifts For Children
Block, owned by Mrs Helen Duncan
Buy Now While Stocks Are Complete I LOVELL and COVEL CHOCOLATESBulk
ff. USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN While Cr.e\ plans in the futureto $1.10 Lb. Box $1.2511|
act as tales agent for nationally-
f. known radios, for the time being Special Christina Boxes _______ $1.50
A 25% Deposit Will Hold Any Item Until ChnstmnNOTICE
tl he will specialize in radio repairing
and the sale of parts, including LAST CALL!
tubes. Grieve formerly lived in
Orders for Personalized Cards, Book Matches, etc. (Printed
Starting Sunday, Dee 15, We Will Be Open Sarasota.
Initials) will be accepted until Decembul
WEEKDAYS: 8 A. M. TO 10:30: P. M. your
i SUNDAYS: 9. A. M. TO 10:30: P. M. '
LUNCHEON GUESTS CHRISTMAS CARDS
:'!r.. R. A. Baldwin of the Cop
Choice Selection Sc to $1. Also, Boxed
per Kettle Inn entertained the 'l ,
1/ Rexall following Bradenton friends at Assortments
lulncheon recently: Mrs. Claire
", Kiracofe Mrs Maud! Chastain, Linens Glassware Stall
Mrs Minnie Schaut, Mrs. Smith,
i P. O. Arcade VENICE Phone 3181
and Mrs Gammage. Jewelry Christmas Tree 'Om
Hundreds of Other Gift Items to Ghoste Fromq4Jg
''I ':. Special RALPH PLUMBING REPAIRS"No WILHELM, HEATINGAND Nerflewood
Job Too Large, No Job
( Christmas Packages Venice 2315 Sarasota 70642f. 219 West Venice AvenueDOLLSJOYSBOOKS V"
0. Bow '832, Sarasota
./ PACKED IN GIFT BOXES AND WRAPPEDIN
t VENICE FOOl SHOPH.
Assortment No. 1 1I
ONE FIFTH TEACHER'S SCOTCH
I S. BOWDEN, Owns
ONE FIFTH DELAMAIN 3 STAR COGNAC 217 W. Venice Ave. YENS
ONE FIFTH LORD CALVERT WHISKEY
er } ONE FIFTH VALLIANT BURGUNDY ORDER YOURCHRISTMAS ..
t' TOTAL PRICE ______ $20.98Assortment LOW PRICES EVERY DAY 11 1 TURKEY NOW!
IGA Deluxe No 21/2 Can IGA 3h
li No. 2 COFFEE Lb. 42 PEACHES _
ONE FIFTH OLD GRAND DAD
i ONE FIFTH GLENN ROSSIE IMPORTED. AU Brands-TaU Cans 40c No. 21/z Can 2h
SCOTCH \ 3 for PUMPKIN -
i ONE FIFTH MERITO IMPORTED BRANDY
BAB-O 2 l 1O
ONE FIFTH MERITO IMPORTED RUBY PORT cans stalk
TOTAL PRICE ._____ $20.98 Beechnut Geor 4ft.
BABY FOOD 3 24C 61bs.
4 cans ; SWEET, POTATOES, --
PACKAGE DEPARTMENTAT Swansdown I) ,
CAKE FJ.OUJt# Piq. 3& APPLES'Delicious 2 lb.!!
smitty'stavern Cooking '>n.. -2 N
APPLES 3 )bs.Jt; ANGES 8 U
We Have C. J RiJ0*
125 SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE Plenty Of
PHONE 216 FANCY BEEF, PORK AND VEAL Market M
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