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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: December 27, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00046
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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,.1, NO. 43 FRIDAY Y, DECEMBER 27, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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YES TO SEEKBUILDING Devins Home and FETTE TO MOVE

Venezia Hotel I Year In ReviewHighlights I


RLY Contest Winners INTO AIRPORT IN
of happenings in and near Venice, as reported in the
Winners of the annual Christ- columns of The Gondolier since its first issue appeared on March 6,

NEW SCHOOL mas Decoration contest for Venice- 1946, are presented herewith: NEXT FEW DAYS

Nokomis homes and hotels and MARCH 6

apartment houses were chosen last Five new businesses open in Venice-Venice Bowlakade, Venice
neW high school in Yen- night by a trio of outofcityjudges Beach Casino, Woodwards Luncheonette, Smitty's Tavern (formerly I Marking the advent of a

with actual construction with the D. H. Devins home Tropical Cocktail Lounge), Venice Gondolier new industry in Venice-one
art within two years; a on Venezia Parkway and the Ven Reorganization of Venice Shuffleboard Club announced. that may grow to 300-em-

T pay scale for teachers, ezia Hotel capturing first prizes in MARCH 13 ployee size within a few
improved facilities in ex- their respective divisions, months the Fette Aircraft
"Boat of Death, containing bodies of Ray Lanius and Frank -
j local schools-those wille A $50 Victory bond, donated by Fisher, local fishermen, drifts ashore on Jamay Beach. I Service of Tampa will start

three major objectives Mrs. H. L Mundy, will be givento Building permits totaling $24,250 issued during first two weeks of moving into the main hangar
if. P. (Perry) Hayes of Mr. and Mrs. Devins, while L. March. and adjoining buildings at

ce when he takes office as Suter, owner of the Venezia Hotel, Frank Raeburn calls meeting of veterans to discuss formation of Venice Airport sometime next
mber of the county school will receive a $50 bond, donatedby local veterans' group. week, it was disclosed 'ester- I

d next month, he told The Robert S. Baynard, president of MARCH 20 day.

olier this week. 'the Venice Land Co Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce directors decide on three The Tampa firm, headed by Vin-

yes, who succeeds Georgeell The Judges, who announced their major projects for the year-road to Arcadia, move to co-operate with cent Fette, at present has about
resident of Se-
now a will to
choices after making a tour of city council In acquisition of all or part of Venice Army Air Field, 30 employees, who come
in the school board post,,
Venice and Nokcmis last night, and setting up house numbering system for Venice. Venice as soon as living accom-
to wage an aggressive cam- and their fam-
were G. A. Cardinal of Treasure Crowd of 1,000 witnesses Kentucky Military Institute cadets stage modations for them
for early construction of a found.
be
Island, Col. Earle Stead, secretaryof dress parade. ilies can
school in Venice.
the Sarasota Chamber of Com- Cuiry'i Cash and Carry Grocery opens for business. Inasmuch as there are several
his first he has
one of steps,
merce, and H. L. Valade, Sarasota MARCH 27 buildings on the citycontrolledsection
with the Veniceess
confer
eel to
Association's representative of the South Florida Veterans of this district vote to affiliate with American Legion. of Venice Army Air Field
"county Motor Club. of Venice Shuffle- that could readily be convertedinto
Alice elected reorganized
"' Lumley president
committee In ef-
men! an temporary apartments, no
Special Mention board Club.
to work out a definite proof is anticipated in
They gave special mention to City council adopts ordinance prohibiting sale of intoxicating major difficulty
action designed to obtain
for the time
Col. Vincent Dixon's home and to beverages within 300 feet of church or school. the housing problem
11 school for Venice at the
I Mrs. Virginia Wilson's residence.Mrs. APRIL 3 being.
est feasible moment. To PlY $1,200
hard H. Gedney, chairman of H S. Bowden, president of Veterans choose "No-Vel" as name for new American Legion post, The Fette company was givena

committee, said his group the Community Service Club, representing the first letters of the five communities from which the one-year lease on the hangar and
the Christmas will be drawn Nokomis Venice, Englewood, and
meet with Hayes right after which sponsored membership Osprey (Continued on Page 2)
holidays, and expressed ap- Decoration contest, expressed her Laurel.K.M.I.
iation for the co-operative at-' appreciation for the fine co-op- cadets leave for Lyndon, Ky., their northern home. House MaintenanceFirm
e shown by the new school eration and many entries received Arcadia Chamber of Commerce officials pledge support to pro- P
member. posed Arcadia-Venice road. Opens Here l

ne of the first things that Mary Lou RaeburnIn Mrs. Louise Burtis, winter, visitor from Cincinnati, Ohio, elected out- i
firm offering an
A new
done president of Venice-Nokomis Women's Club.
being said
Gedney
Hospital of-the-ordinary" house mainte-
clear up the confusion sur- APRIL 10 launched in
and service was
Continued on Last Page) After Auto Mishap Three Nokomis fishermen, Buddy Ringo, R. L. Laney, and Lester Venice nance this week by H. F. McMa-
Godwin, suffered serious burns when they were caught by a sudden I
W Pepper Tree Mrs. :Mary Lou Raeburn of Ven- explosion aboard the fishing boat"Miss Ohio" at the Chadwick Fish- : hon Temporarily and Gage ,S headquarters Hodgm of

ice today was reported recoveringin eries dock near the South Treasure Island bridge. the firm will be located at the I//
a Room Opensw the Sarasota hospital from injuries Sarasota county launches drive to eliminate summer mosquito Shenandoah new Trailer Park, tele- f

Year's Day received last Tuesday after- nuisance, with DDT to be sprayed from planes. phone 2086, but McMahon and
noon when she fell from a car Higel Bros. Concrete Products plant on Seaboard avenue swings office In
Hodgin plan to open an
lering especially to luncheon, being driven by her husband, into operaion. downtown Venice soon

es and bridge parties, the Frank, after it was forced off the APRIL 17 McMahon, an interior decoratorin

r Tree Tea Room, located In ramiami Trail near Osprey by another Chamber of Commerce directors urge city council to take immed- the North for the past 20 years,

Triangle Inn at the corner of machine. iate steps to apply for right of entry to Venice Army Air Base, "for will specialize In upholstering and

u street and Pensacola road, Rushed to a Venice physician for use as a municipal airport and other public uses, such as municipal making slip covers and drapes to

open for business next Wed- treatment, she was later taken to trailer park, public high school sanitary sewer system. order, while Hodgin, with eight
New Year's Day. the hospital in Sarasota, where it APRIL 24 years' experience along similar

rs. N. L, Shireman, formerly was reported her injuries consisted City council files formal application for temporary rightofentryto lines in North Carolina, will han-
t. Petersburg, will operate theroom. of a fractured left wrist and Venice Army Air Base. dle electrical appliance and refrig-

Her chef, recently dis- finger, and multiple road burns Eight-team bowling league starts at Bowlakade erator repairs and service.
,ed from the army after four and abrasions. She is expected to John A. Johnston purchases Nokomis Grocery from W. G. Stubbs "As soon as we obtain suitable
service, previously had beenbarge be confined to the hospital for Plans to start beautification program in Venice under directionof personnel and a proper location,"

of the kitchen of one ofbest another four or five days. R. S. Tilley announced by Councilman George W. Higel, commis- McMahon and Hodgin said, "we

St. Petersburg restaurants.e Mr. and Mrs. Raeburn are operators sioner of streets and parks. plan to offer a complete house
Pepper Tree will be open of the Venice BeacH Casino MAY 1 maintenance service, from founda-

ears Day serving both turplate Senator Pepper advises City of Venice has been granted tem- tion to roof."
ard full course dinners, V.A.A.B.
to
right-of-entry
12 noon to 2:30: m. andS porary in conducting -
p. LegionnairesTo Venice-Nokomis group votes to Join with Sarasota
> P m. to 8 p m After that, 1946 International Tarpon Tournament.Mrs. AUTO LICENSES
tea room's regular schedulebe Have Canteen Service Club.
of Community
H. S. Bowden elected president Florida 1947 automobile license -
11:30: a. m. to 2 p. m and 5
m to Meeting in their new head- MAY 8 plates will be placed on
ugh 7:30: p. m, Mondays quarters at Venice Airport, mem- W. L. "Bill" Woodard of Laurel, with 180 votes, led the field of tale In Venice, at the Chamber
Saturdays
and from 12
to 2.30 bers of No-Vel Post No. 159 of the five contesting in the primary race for county commissioner, with the of Commerce building, cornerof
p. m. only .
Sundays.WeatheR
on
American Legion last Monday incumbent, M. Cousins, and George Higel running second and third Tamlaml Trail and Venice

night voted to set up a canteenfor T M. Wrede, sr., and Alexander Murphy trailed W. P "Perry" Hayes avenue, on January 8, a week
Legionnaires only, to be open won over B. E. Bowen in the school board race, 241 to 198. from next Monday

1 ,on Legion meeting nights. Finance MAY 15 Chief of Police Gerry Peitot-
Officer Ralph Simpson volunteeredto Count of absentee votes shows Cousins and Higel tied for second nlk laid Deputy Motor Vehicle

JJP"ATURK RAINFALL' ( take charge of the canteen for place in county commissioner race, making a three-way "runoff"vote Commissioner L. Bell of Sarasota -

VIolllly t rw,.rded High_ _LOW_Inches_.0.14 the next three meeting nights. necessary May 28 advised him the tags will
mac' 20 ".. 10 19"__.0 00 The local post recently leasedone I MAY 22 be told that day only betweenthe
:, rri; 2J2 .,.66. 74 as..0.$0 4e.0.00: : of the buildings at the new I City granted license to operate Venice Army Air Base airport. hours of 9:3,0 a. m. and 4

i,.r::.. i 24 n a:..=:ggg: municipal airport, formerly Ven-city George Higel drops out of county commissioner race. p. m.
d.;}Dec.Dee.2;.. n 49..0.00 ice Army Air Field, from the (To Be Concluded Next Week)
to dllle thltnonth.:, :-.1.1: 00 9 for use as a clubhouse.




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't AIRPORTContinued
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ence ( from Page 1) Warn OEWhooping PLUMBING. H -
... buildings by the AND
several adjolnng
"No Job Too Lasso
', city council at its adjourned meet- CoughDr. Too 8m&

ing last Friday night The lease Venice 2315 .
84,10t
t' .."...."_ ... calls for payment to the city of William L. Wright director P. O. Sox 1632, 6srik, 74
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$1,200 for the )'car', rental, wth of the Sarasota County

also chargedwith partment, reported this week that

"1 do not agree with a word you say, but I will the aircraft company the field and the there has been a recent Increasein

"i defend with my life your right to say it."-VOLTAIRE maintaining well as taking the number of cases of whooping FOR
property it uses, us RENT
school chil-
the
cough among
.
costs.A
Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 314 West care of insurance advises that care shouldbe

(! Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box C32. Telephone Venice 2961. five-year option on continuance dren. He and teach Very desirable! |livint| |
parents
exercised by
of the lease, at a higher rent- bedroom (
,
t\4)! MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION : al figure, was included In the ers to see that all children with apartment. kitchen and
Private
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION whooping cough are kept out of homt y,
agreement.Back. tonal
I only.
and from other chil-
school
Entered a* eecond-class matter June 6, 1946, at the) post officeat to Old Field I away

Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 187>. I Meanwhile, J. & J. Aircraft, Inc., dren so that the number of cases Phone
increased. 2174
will not be
had moved into the old
Subscription rates: On year, $2.50; six months, .1.50; three which under a Children suspected of havingthe Before 5 P, M,
month, 75c. Classified advertising rate: 2 cent per word, first 20 army air field last month their
be by
words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. tentative agreement with the city, disease should seen

I. this week moved back to the private physician, and all cases

.. CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ___...,,1i,11 Editor and Publisher Albee Field municipal air diagnosed as whooping cough must

HELEN WILLIAMS .._.?...______ Office Manager smaller and be isolated for a period of three
Arail Bronchial
Tamiaml
port, near the COD
weeks, he said. ;
Annual Christmas Chief of Police I Milan avenue.

Pageant Draws Submits 'Activity' I of Floyd J. & J.Joyner, will continue and Ed Denham to oper-, dren All are parents urged having by Dr.young Wright chil-to Due to Colds, ]

AttendanceObservance for Year ate their large flying school, air have them Immunized, not only Spend 45 cents today it tq,
Large Report
I against whooping cough, but tore for a bottle of I BUCKLEripi
sales
taxi service and new plane ADIOL MIXTfKE-trlple
well. 1<\
of Christmas Week In an "activity report" submitted agency. against diphtheria as promptly to help looms up thld;

1kt t: will wind up in local churches tomorrow to Mayor Clyde V. Higel and specializesin "While whooping cough seldomis phlegm soothe Irritated than>

: "t and Sunday, with a Holy the city council Chief of Police The Fette company and fatal in school children," said branee end ewe: hard: coughlii a
aircraft maintenance serv- fatal in Try It the very next time
1 Dr. Wright, "it is often colt,
scheduled
Communion service for Gerry Pestotnik last week dis-
ice and plans to expand its oper- and for this la a wracking, stubborn coujk-t
babies
I. 10 a. m. tomorrow, Holy Innocents' closed that 40 persons had been result of very young for yourself how good ant ttaj,
ations considerably as a
"4 ,I Day. at St. Mark's Episcopal haled into police court in Veniceon reason children should be protected Is for cough due tc roliji CIt nj

church. various charges during the period obtaining larger and better quar- against it as early as possible.The LET'S CANADIOL%IIXTl'REtoiothe !
l y ters here than it had at its for- U.S.A -TODAY-Ill
,, \ i A Christmas Candlelight service from January 1 to Decem- best age at which to begin mu.

will be held at the First Baptist ber 15, 1946. mer Tampa location, Fette said. these immunizations is at six I

1 church of Venice at 7:30: o'clock Of these, two pleaded "not months or as soon as possible GasonStomaRelieve
I
.j.' of: Sunday evening, while regular guilty," although subsequentlyFound Cubs Meet TonightAt thereafter." ,

ij''" .. services will also be held at the guilty by Mayor Higel. Immunization for whooping Jin 5 minutes"

'1'" Venice-Nokomis Methodist church EnglewoodA cough and diphtheria can be obtained double your money.back
I Twelve persons were arrestedby ...tlTq ::' > : 'II'. .;nun p'in'' '
and St. Mark's Sunday. from local physicians or ogre nIt.nar nwneun aenrrlbe ..
heldat .
local police and subsequentlyturned Cub Pack meeting will be the It. ra redid" rap
:
Last Sunday night, the Metho- from the Sarasota County Health nvploaiilir ivlltr, o t IIIT .. ,:lira
over to the Sheriff's Office. the Odd Fellows hall in Engle- ll >. No l.i.llr.. 11,1))1.. Map
dist church staged its eighteenth Department. aTe or tnubir r.' ssaq Sub Is ,=:I
Pestotnik pointed out that local wood tonight at 8 o'clock for mem- to M. lit il all dniultu.

annual Christmas pageant before police also had acted in many other bers of Den 1 of Venice and Den 2
an appreciative audience that filled NEGRO DIES
't t instances involving cases which of Englewood.Dr. .
every available seat. who Is win Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik 1cratchIntFer
did not reach municipal court, including Arnold Hayes,
,Y Mrs. J. T. Blalock, director of the issuance of a large numberof tering in Englewood, will be the this week reported that a Negro
pageant, yesterday expressed her qukk laird Iron itchinf sued brd
lr known to Venetians only as
"The
-e'" warnings for traffic violations. guest speaker, talking on, many Uileu'a loot.ecabiei,peoples and ode
appreciation and thanks not onlyto Fines paid, or bonds forfeited, Children of Brazil." All parentsand "Shine" died from natural causesin condiuone me purr eoolini.mutants]'
all those who helped stage the last 9.O.O.PHiummoN.A donrt a
totaled $675.25, Pestotnik reported, friends of the Cubs are urgedto the Venice quarters early Greaseless and lamina. SooUn.own
... pageant, but to the community for Monday morning. quicklr alas intense iirtinf lie nlkpraraaitotnoMrt
while he estimated the value of attend.
di Don'l:oft Ad
its whole-hearted support and at-
V free prison labor, at the normal dniout today to D. D. 0.'

... tendance.
rate of pay as equal to 149520.
u Among those who aided in CLASSIFIED J1DS2c

t presentation of the pageant, in ad. < I word first 20 worda. 1o each additional word. Minimum charge, NEW
t HOME FOR CHRISTMAS 16o. Cash with Ad. Special' rates for more than one Ineertion of the
H' dition to the traditionally-anony tame ad. Ads will be accepted over the telephone' (2Mt up to a p.m.
t ,'. mous cast were: Many Venice and Nokomis boys Thursday, with understanding advertiser will remit payment promptly.) PHONENUMBERS
"t and girls attending college came (I
Lighting and stage effects, A. L '
home for the Christmas holidays, FOR SALEFfRXITfnE FOR RENT
Blalock I
Alvin Jones, Raymond I
including Virginia and Jimmy I
Duke, Clarence Franklin; cast and FOR SALE at rink HAY BOAT fur seasonal rental. 16 feet
Ponder, "Pete" Edge, and Harry Reason
with Inboard mntor.
Ionic last '"U..II-
the
costumes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles bungalow nn Milan mreet. half M.Tkcant (Since
Darby. Virginia is a student at the of Nassau; olrr t. Jua,-ph Ilarrlson. able. Call 3379. A. W, Moretnen. telephone directory, several l Had
Wrede; Chancel choir director, have ben made or seats
Mrs. William University of Missouri, while the I HELP WANTED changed. Next Issue of the PSItry
Woodard soloist
; scheduled to aPIII
Is not
Mrs. Aline C. Saunders boys are attending the Universityof SUIT OF CLOTHES. men's, size 38, next January You may havehome H
pianist
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Florida. practically new. Ocnt'a diamond WOMAN for general housework part- er :business telephone, assts'
Mrs. J. A. Hightower, and reader, ring. Electric heater. Electric fan. time. Box O, Gondolier. Hated herein at nominal oat III
$ fonts, &.C. Venice Trailer Parks foe further InformatiM...)
the Rev. H. Mauriece Felton. 2941
FIRST REHEARSALFirst REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Alpha Institute of MuslcJ111,
;, The special offering taken at the I'nuaunlly well-built' Z-hor.e trailer. HenryBoldt __111
rehearsal of a new mandolin i-KUaue: body, lined with : : Baukat
1 pageant was for the Methodist plywoixl. 57 Acre and Sons ,....--- -3a
with
separator and heavy straps Can.
rf Children's Home at Enterprise. group will be held this Sunday Vail rover. Nearly new ( Bo x 14 lx- Bowen, B. E.- -- =
11A afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Alpha ply tlrea. Heavy trailer hitch. Wolfs 1541 Feet nn Tamliiml Trail BowlakadeCharm :. =
Sinclair Service, Venice.BUSINESS .
f! EXTRA SUGAR'" Music Shop, 311 West Venice ave- USD Feet on Bay Beauty Salon --ZJ11

f. As a Christmas present to every nue. Anyone Interested in Joiningthe PERSONALS Small Inland off Shore El Patio Hotel! ...-.-----30--0

All r one, the OPA announced this week assemblage is Invited to attend, HAULING of all klnda. Open truck or $19,000 Gondolier Green's Fuel... ':::::111I

4 t that Spare Stamp No. S3 will be including beginning or experienced large trartor"'lln tra'rTho>. J. JossartKmcaldMcKinney ,-211111

good for five pounds of sugar, mandolin, guitar and banjo players. M.X.II. Phone .621. Clyde ...-J

starting next Wednesday, January INSTRUCTION Homes Small Estates W, Jr. (res) IIImltty"
;:tfte(;
1. Officials indicated another additional ,,.., Ill
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)i five pounds of sugar will Use Gondolier Classified Ads REGISTER NOW $6,000 to $37,500H.N.Wimmers Stancil &Tavern Potts GarageIII!

be granted in about four months. Classified cost 25c; worth $2.50 For Dine New Routine Clones, Ballet for Central and Taylor Hardware Auto Servic-...-rWheeler's "*

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ALPHA INSTITUTE OF REALTOR
DR. JOHN YELVINGTONDENTIST MUSIC
VENICE FLORIDA
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.I:25 a.m. 12:30: a.m. LORDSHIP? '
F '" k WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE I:00 a.m. 1:25: a,m.t .
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ATTORNEY :20 a.m. >:15 a.m.
AND 11.1 a m. 11:15: a.m.
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at this scene depicts, for he like most folks enjoyi
Lloyd Herrin, publisher of the finer things In life, and one of home life's mere plHunt,
\ r- -l Callahan News, was elected pres- sipping a favored drink with quality liquor. For thi
HAPPY NEW YEARBOLDT ident of the Florida Press Asso- available liquors, visit PONDER'S.

r ciation at the annual comention

held in Miami recently.
.1 1 1< 1< Other officers elected were: I

Franklin Fitzgerald, Observer,
r Daytona Beach, first Ice-presi
,k4 AND SONS i dent. Loyal Fribbie, Democrat,
Bartow, second vice president.
l d' '
.:' .6.6i Russell Kay, Florida NewspaperNews
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r Tampa, was reelected sec-
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I.!..: i ,I /A3iA3AA 7iLY+"A3iAAiAAAAhAirAhiIo: hibbAbAldp) ; >.. lIIIIJI..JlItiJlIiI retary-treasurer.
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> ; Directors appointed by President
\ NOTICE!
; Herrin for the coming year are:

: For That Holiday Pick-Up Edwin Menninger, News, Stuart;
Luther Jones, Herald Belle Glade; Optional Water Rates Will

Polly Rose Balfe, Redland District Expire As of December 31,
STOP AT Homestead Fred Orr West-
L News, ; ,
.f And Will Not Be Renewed
ern Newspaper Union, Ocala; A. P.

Cooke, Courier, Plant City; Marie .
.*( Holderman, Tribune, Cocoa; R. H. VENICE WATER WORKSBy

SMITTY'STAVERN Berg, Jr, News, New Smyrna Board of Trustees
Beach; Eugene S. Matthews, Jr,

I Telegraph, S.tarke. and Kenneth
McGowan Times, Qumcy.

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VENICE INLET
Date High Low
I Xat. Dec. 21 1:35a: m. 10.40a.m.Sun. .
n 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice ., life 29 I::?H.m. 11:22a.m.6.32p.m. : .
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Mult. Pec 30 4 ala m. 12.03p.m.:
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not woes than relieve such
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right away-try Lydia X. PInktance against such distress-* GARAGE .
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relieve such symptoms. It's fasee if :you too, dont remarkably George T. Devlin, Prop.
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If Final Plans Made
Venezia Hotel has
"..,! OPENING '
I' Christmas Party For Youth Center
l, :" HAPPY Dance Monday NightFinal NEW YEAR'S DAY
,
Numerous Christmas parties
..v.f were given In Venice and vicinitythis preparations were com- PEPPER TREE TEA ROOM

f 4 NEW YEAR! week, with one of the largest pleted this week for the dance to AT THETRIANGLE
being staged Christmas Eve at the the VeniceNokomisYouth
L be given by
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Venezia Hotel Forty guests took Center in the Woman's
':, ..( : IVOODARD'S part in the affair, which was fea- clubhouse in Nokomis next Mon- (Corner Nassau Street and Pensacola Road)
.. tured by the serving of an old December 30.
,
I LUNCHEONETTE Swiss Christmas punch. Group day Jack night Finney and his orchestrawill Full Course Dinner . . $1.75
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t. 'H"j singing and a card party also con- play for the dance, to which Broiled Grapefruit with Relishes Sherry. or Fruit .ulce

t tj tributed to the evening's enjoy- parents and teen-aged guests of Boast Turkey Celery and Pecan Stuffing
ment, reported L. Suter, ownerof members are in- Whipped Potatoes ,
:: Youth Center Chulce of Two; Ie.h\lrr: en &"
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< i We Will Be the local hostelry. vited. Birdaee Peas and Carrots. beetsC'ranberr1iearts
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., >, Harry Warren, C. A. Boyd and At a meeting of the advisory 'of Lettuceoven111"t
Andrew Faist aided In making arrangements council of the Youth Center, heldat Rolls .,. '". "" """"""" ". Butts
OPENNEW Pie allnmpy
Lemon Cream "
for the I Beverage
party. the Chamber of Commerce last

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DINNER ,
SPECIAL PLATE "" -- '" ,
YEAR'SDAY House MaintenanceAnd sell presiding, the following com- Fruit Juice Turkey with Stwfflnpr\ Potato, \">R,tnl liaise'a
? mittees were named: Hot Rolls, leverage;

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i'r ,. chairman; Anne Surls, Gladys From 12 to 2:30 P. M. 5 to 8 P. M.
I Upholstering Bean, Jean Bean, Andy Malanca, For Reservations Please Call Venice 2703
N, Slip Covers, Draperies Mickey Keys and Roland Franklio "We Do All Our Own Baking"
f\ ,II
Made To Order
I \. Refreshments, Mrs. T. J. Lanier
From 12 Noon to 8:30: P. M.
.. r'h .} -- and Mrs. H. S. Bowden.
Chaperones will be Mr and
: SERVING A SPECIAL Electrical Appliances Mrj. Reilly and Mr. and Mrs I
Repaired and Serviced J I
TURKEY DINNER -- Mikesell. II I Sincere Wishes

< With All The Trimming NEW SCHOOL
Phone 2086
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'li( t a, rounding the county school board's
rf ; attitude towards construction of a Happy New Year

"On numerous occasions, we

r:1: .;I, \1" TRADITIONAL NEW YEAR'S"Good have a high been school told early here Is constructionof very definitely IL PATIO HOTEL

\ f planned. Yet, last summer,
Luck"
Dinner
it was announced that the board

had decided to adopt a "pay-as-
MENU we-go' policy for future school

building. In line with that policy,
.(i Onion Soup 01 Chilled JuiceRelish a special two-mill tax, earmarkedfor
i Bowl
Tomato and Cucumber or Fruit Salad new construction, was Inaug-
,i '.. I Roast Goose, with Stuffing and Apple Sauce urated this fall."However .
Choice of Two at the time announce- CtW'J
''I Snow-Whipped Potatoes ment of the new policy was made, r
Buttered Green Limas or Onions in Cream
it was also stated that only the
'e Calvin's Hot Rolls amount raised in each district
Tea or Coffee
Hot Mince Pie Fruit would be available for new con-
rI or Cake --- Lemon Sauce A
struction in that district.
PRICE OF DINNER $1.75 "Inasmuch' as it was estimatedthat

fit the two-mill tax would raise NEW

dti.l FISH STEAK CHICKEN CHOPS COOKED TO ORDER less than $10,000 a year in this
high school district, and even a

t w New Year's Dinner Served 12 Noon to 2:30: p. m. minimum, adequate school plant PAGE
4. And from 5p.m.to8p.m. I would cost about $100,000, we in
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section county
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On the Timlaml Trail, 1 Mile North of Venice Phone 2872
wondered if that meant a 10-year:
wait for the long-promised Venice
rk high school."It .

ENGLEWOOD FOR QUICK, 10, and particularly in view
RELIABLE
EL A. ,.. L. Union Shop Y SERVICE, CALL of the fact that we would continueto
Bay Street and Indiana Ave. \ be taxed each year to help payoff ;
ENGLEWOOD VENICE Sarasota's high school bond
"Qoo Will and Better
+ Follow Fair Dealin Business PLUMBING SHOP issue, it didn't seem fair. I

FRED Phone J. KRUEA Venice 2484 Prop. Box 14, Venice Phone 2153 "In other words, why should we Write it in your heart
1 i in this part of the county han to

r 1 do without a sorely-needed mod- that every day is the
ern high school, until such time as

Toot the New Year in our two-mill tax fund is built up, best day in the year
while Sarasota enjoys an elaborate
rJl With Woody Herman's"SWEETWIND" plant which is being paid for by -EMERSON

t B'I the entire county?
"If this apparent situation is L
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not the true picture, and the school
e, Reduced by Mfgr. from $1.95 to $1 board has definite plans in mind

for early construction of a school
Violin" Bow $34.BO Brats Bugle $10
here, we'll be very happy to learn
ALPHA MUSIC SHOP that fact. If not, we'll certainly

Registered PHILCO and STROMBERG-CA RLSON Radio Dealer welcome any assistance Mr. Hayescan
111 W. Venice AVI RADIO REPAIRS-RADIOS RENTED Phone 2661 give" us In our fight for a new The Sage of Concord had the r school.

AA. _.."'--Jt.. ... -____.. _-A..__ A& _. good people. Let's set out to make this
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every day thereafter the best we can


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HAPPIEST HEW YEAR EVER!

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ROBERT S. BAYNARD FRANK ROEBUCK|

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