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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: January 3, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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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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DUE HERE1SATURDAY Highlights of happenings in and near Venice, as reported in the OF CITY ZONING ORDINANCETO

columns of The Gondolier since its first Issue appeared on March 6'

1946, are presented herewith:

ENCOURAGE BUILDING HEREIn
(Continued from Last Week)

MAY 29

[eralding the start of the Woodard defeats Cousins, 233 to 198, in county commissioner pri- its first meeting of 1947, the Venice city council will

lucky Military Institute's mary "run-off. hold a reorganizational session at the city hall at 8 o'clock

rty.second winter term in New No-Vel Post No. 159 of the American Legion formally in- next Tuesday night.

rida, a 10-car special train stalled, wIth T M Wrede, jr., as its first commander. In addition to naming a new city attorney, probably

JUNE 5 Marion A. Braswell of Venice to succeed Rose & Rose of
cadets is
rying 260 schedto As part of beautification program, city nursery started near city ,Punta Gorda the council slated

[ arrive here tomorrow water works. to elect a new president succeed -

noon at 4 p. m. Fortyer Taylor Hardware store opening set for Saturday, June 8. PLEASE NOTICEI George Botts, who has held

cadets are coming south Work starts on remodeling of Teal building on West Miami avenue The Gondolier this week that position for the past >car

automobile. for use of Stancil & Potts Garage. There has been some mention that
plane or moved Into Its new and larger
Dr. T. S Thompson may be elect-
t marks the first time since the JUNE 12 office at 313 West Venice .ve

tinning of the war that K.M.I. The Rev. H. Maunece Felton, of Key West, former Navy chaplain nue, almost directly across the ed to the post. .

arrives to take over the pulpit of the Venice-Nokomis Methodist street from Its former location. Pint Proposal

been able to transport its stu- church. He succeeds the Rev. F. A. Shipley, transferred to Bowling The move was made In order While several Important matters

it body and staff from Lyndon, Green Fla.County. of business, both pending and new
to obtain for letting
., to Venice by special train. space due to for consideration -
Commissioners redistrict county, Joining the Englewood up printing equipment. In the are come up
jlonel C. B Richmond, presi-
district with a portion of the city of Sarasota. near future, The Gondolierwill a highlight of the evening
|it of the school, and numerous JUNE 19 will be the first official proposal
be In Its
published own
er members of the faculty andf to from the newest council-
come
City council rejects Henry Phillips' request for permission to operate plant.
| have been in Venice for sev- Finn W. Caspersen who was
a new taxi and bus service in Venice. NEW LOCATION: 313 West man
I days, getting everything in Appointment of Homer E. Mikesell as principal of VeniceNokomishigh Venice avenue elected last month to succeed H
diness for the main contingent.
school was announced this week. He succeeds James A. High- NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER S. Bowden.

Monday 'Day Off'olonei tower, who has been appointed as assistant to County School Super- : Venice 3131.Gondolier Caspersen will ask his fellow

Richmond announced intendent Verman Kimbrough.Mr. councilmen to give immediate con-

terday that, as has been the and Mrs. James M McClure of Fort Waynes, Ind., purchased sideration to redrafting the city's

tom, Monday will be the K.M.I. the To Add whole zoning set-up that Ven-
Copeland Court building and El Patio Hotel from Mrs. Thelma so
lets day off" each week. Tresher. (Continued on last page)
First classes of the three-month 8-Page Section

filer term here will get undery JUNE 26 WeekIn Immunization Dates
Plans of Dr. John Yelvington of Arcadia to open a dental office Starting Next

Tuesday morning. here in the Hollywood Apartment-Hotel building are disclosed. I Announced By
olonel Richmond also in- accordance with The Gondolier .
Venice-Nokomis Cnamber of Commerce directors grant summer
ed The Gondolier that the 's pledge to give Venice and Health Officer
leave to Secretary Walter B. Sheehan.
; K.M.I. dress parade, always vicinity the best newspaper pos

{colorful spectacle that attracts JULY 3 sible, an eight-page section con- Dr. W. L. Wright, Sarasota coun-
Proposal advanced that new county, embracing that section of
dreds of interested onlookers, taining state and national features ty health officer, yesterday announced -
Sarasota county south of Osprey, be formed. added next that immunization of pre-
1 be held on the parade ground and pictures will be

|front of the school buildings atm JULY 10 week. school children for whooping cough
Surprisingly strong backing for "new county" idea develops. Rich-
will be by
>. Sunday, January 19. Dress Four pages will be devoted entirely and diphtheria given
ard H. Gedney, local real estate man, offers $25 as prize for "most the health department dur-
ades will be held at that same to Florida and should prove county
suitable" for proposed new county.
name
(Continued on page 5) interesting not only to those of us ing January.
Seaboard Air Line railroad announces, regretfully but firmly, thatit year-'round,1 Pre-school children in the Ven-
who live here the
has decided against extension of its Tampa-Venict/line> to connect ice-Nokomis area may receive immunization -
[irplane Hits but to our many winter visitors
with Arcadia-Boca Grande line at Placida. Fred Kruea of Englewwoodhad I any Tuesday morning
and our readers in other states.
last of Boatn stirred up enthusiasm for the Idea. It is the first time in the history from 9 to 12 at the Venice Health

JULY 19 Center, next to the fire station on
that a state
of Florida journalism
Venice BayA date from Wednesday to I
GONDOLIER changes its publication section has been made availableto East Venice avenue.Immunization .

| low-flying airplane that Friday readers of weekly newspapers. I will be given at

med down too close to the "New County" name suggestions pour in. The other four pages of national' the Laurel school for white chil-
decides to offer "optional" water rates as move to I
City council Two) dren at 1 m. next Wednesday,
ter knocked the top of the mast (Continued on Page p.

i schooner on Venice bay off boost water plant Income. January 8, with colored children
of Joseph Edwardsof
t Saturday and damaged thee County commissioners announce appointment scheduled for 9 a. m. on the same

seriously, but the pilot man- Venice as county road superintendent. I COMING EVENTSSaturday I day at the Laurel colored school.

to JULY 26 I At the Englewood school, im-
save himself and
woman
Local Legion post votes to sponsor big Labor Day fish fry and munizations will be given at 1 p. m.
user from 4
injury by nursing January
celebration here September 2. week from next
on January 13, a
crippled plane back to safe K.M.I. special train arrives -
a House numbering set-up for Venice completed; maps go on dis- 4 p. m.,
ding' at the Albee Field mu.ipal at Seaboard Air Line station. I Monday.
1 play at City Hall and Chamber of Commerce office. "All parents are urged to either
airport. 6
Monday, January
Walter Carleton, arrested on morals charge involv- their fam-
Venice man, take their children to
I The plane had been rented from 9:30: a. m. to 4 p. m., Florida 1947
ing seven-year-old girl. ily doctor or to the school in the
i J. Aircraft by Bill Tyrene, Kenneth E. Richards of VeniceIn auto license tags on sale at Cham-
News of death of First Lieutenant community so they can be protected -
was reported. ber of Commerce buildIng.
an army plane crash In Kansas shocks friends here. against whooping cough and
Women's bowling
8 m.,
AUGUST 2 p. "Immunizations
diphtheria, said Dr. Wright. -
MURPHY ILL Store to J. M Dick league resumes play at Bowlakade.
T. J. Lanier announces sale of Lanier's Drug should be given to

Alexander Murphy, well-known and Louis) J. Pappas, who plan to call it The Rexall Store. Tueiday, January 7 clinicin babies at six months of age and
petian, suffered a' stroke last Service Station at Venice ave- 9 a. m.-12 noon, pre-natal
Sinclair
Carl H Wolf acquires the against just before they enter
Nay and again last night and is into service. Clinic building on East Venice
before going "
had operated
Mer nue and the Trail which he schoo!.
a doctor's care at his home' ends with Roger Townsend of Sarasota capturing avenue.
the Nickell Apartments. Tarpon Tourney sedan with his 126-pound fish. 2 p. m., St. Mark's Guild sew-
1946 Buick ,
the grand prize, a
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in the rectory of St.Mark's
start renovation of ing meeting TAGS ON SALE
Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Oprisiu of Detroit, ,
Episcopal Church. For the convenience of motorists
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8pm., Venice city council of Venice, Englewood

WeatheR meets, city hall. Nokomis and vicinity, 1947 .

SUBSCRIPTION ORDER 8pm., Men's bowling league Florida automobile license tags

lPIRATURI RAINFALL resumes play at Bowlakade. will ba sold from 9:30 a. m. to

Ie High Low Inoh.eOauly VENICE GONDOLIER, 8:30: p. m., No-Vel American Legion 4pm. next Monday it the
reported _---.1.1' meets at Englewood. of
auxiliary Chamber
D.c. Venlce-Nokomls
27 11 11.0.00 F 0 Box 632,
4 Dec. 28 ,a 5'.0.00 Venice, Florida. Members from Venice, Nokomis Commerce building.

IL, D.o. 2. __ 7. UO.OO GONDOLIER for oneJeel' and vicinity are asked to meet at It was emphasized that tags

.I...,.Dec.Dec. ao __ 75 ".___.0.00 Please send me THE VENICE Chamber of Commerce buildingat must be applied for between
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month ___.__1.1' ($2.50) six months ( --
'a', Ian. 1 __ If "___0.00 : may be furnished transportation. -
1IrI., Ian. 3 la ".___0.00 or three months (75c) .

(Check which) Thursday, January t NEW GONDOLIER

,NEW GONDOLIER (All subscriptions must be paid in advance) 9 a. m.-12 noon, Red Cross sew- TELEPHONE NO. 1 ,

a ing for foreign relief work, at ;
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f :li NEW SECTION to give readers of this newspapermore Walter A. Shead, head of the Mrs. Bruce Rigby Ice held at the iw
reading pleasure and to add Washington Bureau, will give New W.S.C.S. HeadMrs. Church of Venice Un
Insight into what the ship of the
Floridiana readers an Young
to their store of People
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(
Page 1) and ties of the
sena-
which will state's representatives Bruce Rigby was elected Methodist
", 4' and international items cover a Among the features sad
churches.YTNSTADUMf.
tors are doing in the nation's cap- president of the Woman's Societyfor
t wide of is a new column by Allen
range subjects, fromnews appear itol. The column is entitled "Wash- Christian Service of the Ven-
:'i analyses to humor, written Morris, top Florida political writer. ingtonotes on Florida." ice-Nokomis Methodist church,

' '., by the country's foremost colum- His feature will be a biographicaland Ash Wing, popular sportswriter succeeding Mrs J. T. Blalock, at
4 ists Included is a comic page and anecdotal sketch of "People In in Florida for many years will the annual meeting of the various

4 one devoted entirely to subjects of Cracker Politics." do a "Florida Sportshirl" Fishing W.S.C.S. circles, held at the church :
",Y- interest to women. Items of interest to Floridians and hunting enthusiasts will earlier this week. I /

{t, The Florida section is designed gathered in Washington, D. C.. by enjoy Jim Murphy's column. Among those in attendance were: BOWLS, WVA

I .....:. I -1 I For humor, the Florida pages Mrs. H. M. Felton, Mrs. F. L. 1ky
l'il will carry columns by Hop Perkins Sharp, Mrs J. T. Blalock, Mrs. L.
.;: Evans Camp Wishes You All a Happy New Year and Larkin Cleveland. Short items E. Parrish, Mrs. Alvin Jones, Mrs PUNCH BOWLS)
.'..'i "On Florida's Lighter Side" also Roy Buckalow, Mrs. Byron Jones,

We are now prepared to Dive you a day of fishing! or, If i will provide an occasional chuckleas Mrs. W. C. Anderson, Mrs. Ben
you like, just a pleasure trip up through the beautiful jungles of will Floridrollery," 'a columnof Dunn, Mrs. B. E. Bowen, Mrs. Paul
the Myakka river. Charter boats with or without guides. Follow witty expressions found In Melroy, Mrs. Rigby and Nell Rig- c .
U. S. 41 to Myakka river bridge.EVANS. Florida newspapers. by.
A standing feature will be a car-

toon guessing game, 'Floridilly" SPEAKERThe
CAMPY The reader will be challenged to
Rev. F. Hendly Jelks of
I' i
the city in Florida suggested -
: l the Trail 10 Miles, South of VeniceP. guess Tallahassee was the speaker at the
by the cartoon. Another guess-
New Year's Eve Watchnight
: serv- .
ing game is Florida Quiz
Helen Theikildsons popular
"Florida Facts," editorials and editorial Tropical Boat Ride
.. \ O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS FLA. PHONE 3933 cartoons will be included River

from time to time. 2.Hour Trip Dally
1 and 3 P. M. Fare $1.00 TEMPORARILYCLOSED
A 'Florida Foods" column writ
JJ1\ BOLDT AND SONS ten by Neal Chapline, prominent ON MYAKKA THE BEAUTIFUL RIVER'

I feature and short story writer, will Water Always Calm
.tpi..Y! Plumbing Waterproofing! furnish recipes for dishes native to Fishing Boats

: Painting, Exterior and Interior this state. For e$2,00
In addition there will be sev- ,
: RentPEARSON'S J :;8e: UT
15 Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication eral illustrated feature stories on If)
; i I' .'I Florida topics. ONTHEMYAKKAVENICE tttJH( 'SHOP

.;.t j t 1 FREE ESTIMATES Pictures of Florida and Floridians &sr AU6USn1l ,,..,.
I. .. will be sprinkled generously PHONE 2174
1" throughout the four Florida pages
lJ The editorial operation Is under
Passenger Hops the direction of Edward Cleghorn,
formerly of the Jacksonville Jour- 'i MUSICK BANDACCESSORIES
$1.50 nal, Florida state editor of West-

j See Beautiful Venice and Nearby ern Newspaper Union. .
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& J AIRCRAFT, INC. home after a two-day visit
ALPHA MUSIC SHOP
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GONDOLIER Page Three


-Reels- COPPER YEAR IN REVIEWContinued Sale of the Gulf Theatre building, Including the theatre, to Mr.
Rodworated ( from Page 1) and Mrs. Victor Retty of Detroit was announced this week by RobertS.
Ns aneonabN KETJ1.EINN three Baynard, president of the Venice Land Co.
.immlng Pool have apartment houses on Armada Road South, which they plan to Buddy Ringo opens Venice Inlet Docks Restaurant and sports
Only! ready for occupany this fall under the
u>paella name of "Valencia Apart- fishing center.
ri, Harbor Drive VENICE nents
Aided by Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnlk, local boys and girls ,
Women
bowlers
form six-team league. this week formally launched the Venice-Nokomis Youth Center, with
AUGUST ft headquarters In Community Hall.Continued. t
[ WILHELMpLUMBINQ
RALPH Tom J. McNeil was awarded the city garbage collection contract.
HIATINQ W. A. Brown, who ( on Page
.L recently opened a millwork shop in connection 4)j
Job AND TN REPAIRS La..... N. Jab with the Venice Lumber Co., was killed in an automobile accident ------ j
e near Live Oak.
To* mall" ISAY-'AVE
IUI *'MOta 70-W City council sidetracks proposal to place tax on public utilities I
"o. Box ,ua. SaraaoU to tighten up on homestead exemptions. ; YOU SEEN 'ISLORDSHIP 61 S!

Stancil and Potts Garage opens for business. -
ENGLEWOODELECTRIC AUGUST 18 ? I

F. L. Union COMPANYA. hop Harry Beach named to succeed Walter B. Sheehan as secretary of II
gay Av. Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce. I
ENOLEWOODa:
Dr. W. J. Hoeppner of Tampa announces he will open Venice IJ
00o J Follow Will and Fair Dealing"inert Clinic In Hollywood Apartment-Hotel building here about September .
FRED J. KRUIA. Prop. 15.
Phone Venice 24M J
Catholics renew movement to acquire VAAF. chapel for use as I
church here. I

FOR QUICK, RELIABLE Venice Land Co. announces E. G. Engman of Milwaukee has pur-
SERVICE, CALL chased the extensive Palm Point estate of the late Dr. Fred H. Albee. j
AUGUST 23
VENICEPLUMBING Council adopts $41,000 budget, sets tax rate at 25 mills, announces I N E
I SHOP plans for improvement of Civic Center. ;

I* 14, Venice Phone 2163 Lucile Blalock and Trixie Nelson announce "Charm Beauty Salon" \ ) ,
chosen as name for their new beauty shop at 223 West Miami avenue. r,
AUGUST 30 \i..-..-,'.' -..,t ) _
Purchase of the Hollywood 'IS LORDSHIP would never let a shortage of liquors "hold +
Apartment-Hotel by William P. and
| House MaintenanceAnd up" any party of hit, to he keeps hit cabinet well supplied with
Grace G. Pearson of Bradenton
was announced. They bought the favored brands of Whiskies, Wines and Rums elected from the
Service structure from Miss Elsie Witchen, who had purchased it last spring wide stock at Ponder't.
from Emil Gonderman. The Pearsons also acquired Bever's Lodge on l

Covert UpholiterlngSlip DraperiesMade the Myakka River, six miles east of Venice and the Murphy home on JIM PONDER'S
To Order West Venice avenue, formerly a mansion owned by Percy Crosby, cartoonist -
creator of "Skippy." PACKAGE LIQUORS

Decision of Dr. James E. Blades, physician of Sidney, Ill., to open 'we WILL NOT UNOI'SOL..C
Electrical Appliances an officQ in the Siede building at 208 St. Augustine avenue, was announced I VENICE AYEIIIU6 ,..1."" ". 2.1.<4 YINICF FiA

Repaired and Serviced this week.
SEPTEMBER 6
It was estimated at least 2,000 persons attended the big Labor

Phone 2086BUSINESS Day celebration, including fish fry and quarter horse races, stagedby
No-Vel post of the American Legion. The day's activities were Residential'Lots 1
climaxed by a dance in the evening at the K.M.I. gym. !
At a meeting held at the Chamber of Commerce and attended by

local and Sarasota C. of C. officials, fishermen, and representativesof
the Sarasota County Anglers' Club it was decided that Venice,
AND
and Nokomis would join with Sarasota in sponsorship of the 1947 !
PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY International Tarpon Tourney.

SEPTEMBER 13
"Gulf View County" That name, submitted by J. J. Murphyof

St. Paul, Minn., won the $25 prize put up by Richard H. Gedney, .
LIAM LAMAR ROSE local real estate man, for "the most suitable" name for the proposednew ,

ATTORNEY county. '
COUNSELOR.AT-LAW AND Plans to form a women's auxiliary of No-Vel Post No. 159 of the On Improved Streets
TITLE TRANSACTIONS American Legion were announced.
|Phone Punta Oordl Ml or IU
Transfer of the Venice bus station to its new location at Wolf'sSinclair
Service Station, at Tamiami Trail and Venice avenue, was -

Dr. H. J. HoeppnerPHYSICIAN accomplished this week.
City Building Inspector Hiram R. Ide of Venice suffered serious For Sale Below

tlljwood'' Apt..Hot.l-Miami Ave. cuts about the face when he lost control of his car on the Tamiami
r*. I:30.12, 2.' Phone 2511unei Trail south of Sarasota and it crashed Into a palm tree adjoining the Cost of ImprovementsNOW

highway
the suggestion of Mayor Clyde V. Higel,
The city council voted, at
E. Blades M. D.
101 It. Augustine, Avo. to widen the street in front of the city hall and to open up and place -0-

ONES: Office 12S1-Horn* 1114 shell on The Esplanade 400 feet south of Venice avenue.
HOURS: 10.12, 2 to B, Except SEPTEMBER 27 IS THE TIME
Thursday and Saturday P. M. Venice business men will meet tonight at the El Patio Hotel to

form a new civic organization. TO BUY
Two local boys, Earl and Harry Lanius, appeal to The Gondolierfor
aid In interesting someone in establishing a Youth Center here.
Nineteen women vote to form Legion auxiliary here and name -Q--

Mrs. Anne Surls as temporary chairman.
OCTOBER 4 Building Materials Will
Selecting Venice Business Association as Its official name, the new
here was launched with a board of governors consisting -
civic organization
of G. L. Kincaid, chairman; M. A. Braswell, Carl Wolf, FinnCaspersen Be Available Shortly

and Smyth Brohard.
Sale of the three-story Florida Medical Center building by Mrs. -0-
reported this week. It was said the new owner
Fred H. Albee was
in time to open it as a modem hotel
Planned to renovate the building Prices Range From

this winter.
OCTOBER 11 $300 to $2200VENICE
Men's and Women's City Councilman H. S Bowden announced he will not seek reelection -

Bowling to the post he has held for the past four years. Bowden also -0-
Leagues Venice Food Shop with the nation- I
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his
Resume Play disclosed that he had affiliated .

Next Week ally-known IGA organization.OCTOBER 183S

or'Commerce decided LANDi
Directors of the Venice-Nokomis Chamber ,
to call attention to the
VENICEBOWLAKADE here Armistice Day
to sponsor a big air show I
which was
of
section
city's acquisition of Venice Army Air Field, a
to the city earlier in the week.
OURS: V. Higel appoints Finn Caspersen, and MUse

1.1' P. m. Sat. and Sun. Dr. T. S. Thompson as new water
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OCTOBER 25

Joseph R. Weinstein of Perth Amboy, N. J., arrives to start COMPLETE BIW.tSERVICE

P: renovation of the Florida Medical Center building, and disclosed he

!I. .' plans to open the 100-room hostelry sometime before the first of the

)'CDr. It will be known, he said, as "The Pines Hotel. "X WANT t*. MOUSE TEtf TVWU.CATCH Brakes Relined

NOVEMBER 1 MICe NOT CATS!II Drum. Turned

"'; The annual P.-T. A. Hallowe'en Carnival, held last night in theY

K. M. I. gym, turned out to be an outstanding success, drawing a

a Ai I i'( record crowd. Venice-Nokomis Youth Center at meeting held In home of Mrs. H. S

NOVEMBER 8 Bowden. We Pick Up AM

The long-simmering dispute concerning garbage collection rupted Local Legion post adopts resolution providing for a survey of Deliver Your Cir

I.t.s. this week, with Thomas J. McNeil, holder of the collection contract, school conditions in this section of the county, with particular atten

'.' demanding that the council enforce its garbage ordinance. McNeil, tion to be paid to the adequacy or inadequacy of local teacher'
incidentally, has announced he will run for city council in the December salaries. NOKOMISGARAGE
I
I t election. Frank Raeburn and City Building Inspector Hiram R. DECEMBER 6

Ide also have announced they will be in the race. Finn Caspersen defeats Thomas J. McNeil, 107 to 18, to capture

George T. Devlin, sr., formerly of Washington, D. C, opens the city council seat being vacated by H. S. Bowden.A. .

I ? Nokomis Garage, on the Trail in Nokomis. V. Childers awarded new city garbage collection contract. George T Devlin, Prtf
I II T. J. Lanier and Alexander Murphy disclose they are purchasing Mrs. Evelyn Stearns, owner, announces the Venice-Myakka Hotel's
J. E. Bartlett Hatchett Creek west of the Trail On the Trill Phone\
I property along Just new cocktail lounge, "The Morocco Room, will open tomorrow night
I and will create new subdivision thereNOVEMBER, DECEMBER 13

.air 11 15 Sharp division of opinion manifested a( open meeting of VJ3.A

I Garbage row ends with the city council agreeing to cancel regarding question of municipal trailer camp. Matter referred to

i\ McNeil contract and announcing plans to adopt a new ordinance that V.B.A. civic planning committee for investigation and report.

1'' ti ; will provide for"one-receptacle" collection of all garbage, waste paper, Disclosure made that Joseph R. Weinstein, owner of The Pines IT H CHECKMeP

I" and trash Hotel, is acquiring the Venice Golf and Country Club, closed duringthe -

Negotiations whereby Sparks Circus will be leased buildings at war, and plans to reopen the nine-hole course soon far shin t nM Iran McN MM*

't the city's new Venice Airport for winter headquarters are virtually Officers of No-Vcl American Legion auxiliary, headed by Mrs. eftMctrt tartlmia foot IM alms pm, ,endow pmpta ntaMsjeXD uH asst

I' completed. Anne Surls, Installed by Mrs. Lillian Miller of Sarasota, District 8 ).PuttCiHPTioit Adonailw
II. e i*joi.! '*j Walter Carleton, Venice man arrested last summer on a morals president.Dr. fniiiliM aims and smarm lUinloi.lot"Sootho.GasonStomad.,Coal"Qackly ciprovait.atsionryba4

Jj charge involving a seven-year-old local girl, was found guilty in James E. Blades, physician and surgeon, opens office in Dmtaa
pat
lot 0.D.
l circuit court at Sarasota. He is to be given a sanity test. Siede bulding in Venice. druggist today D.

.t' ,1 More than 1,000 visitors attended the Armistice Day air show at DECEMBER 20

J)1 'f Venice Airport. Congression Harold Knutson, In exclusive Interview with The

IT* NOVEMBER 22 Gondolier, asserts only the President can prevent the new Republican- Relieved in S imntK.
Twelve houses In the Edgewood district last unit of the
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ii many
controlled Congress from making a 20 per cent slash in income tax double your money wok
homes owned Venice Houses tt Ma ..,....h 'IA r.u1.nHlie ,
i formerly by will be sold, it was announced arru "
rates. Knutson who is ,
slated .
to head the powerful House Ways and (u mr llwntrtid M ibin 6000.
this week by their local superintendent, George Higel. pmrrth th# fi.;. nt BrtKTSTIiij .".. M
Means committee when Congress is reorganized by the Republicans, Ml /-wrAlr ll as
h ? Men winter bowling league, with 10 teams, starts. Women's liil;IW 14,!J"am4'leve.lm.p:; ":'ale t
also .
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predicted early abolition of war-time luxury and "nuisance" Jiltor doiiblf >"or ""
+ league, with eight teams, begins next week.NOVEMBER W... I5c u all.'"a'
taxes and
enactment of more restrictive labor legislation. He praised
29 Venice and predicted it would soon become "The Riviera of the
r t At Venice Business Association "Candidates' Night" meeting, Eastern United States." Hard Coughing S Sp
Frank Raeburn announced his withdrawal from the councilmanic
Plans whereby a large Tampa aircraft service and maintenancefirm
;In race. Earlier in the week Finn Caspersen had announced he would bea Resulting From Co
Fette Aircraft Service, will take over the main hangar at the
candidate Later, Hiram R. Ide also announced he would withdraw,
new Venice Airport were disclosed at this week city council meeting When your cold brings <* a .
leaving the race between Caspersen and Thomas J. McNeil. troublesome cough spend 41 mar
Subsequently, the city agreed to lease the to the BOB
.t' Various adult organizations for property Tampa firm any drug store for a bottle rf
complete plans of
operation
after J. & J. Aircraft, Inc., officials said they would relinquish their LET'S CANADIOL, MI\TCM-: BKH*
occupancy of the new airport facilties and return to the smaller Albee actlng-to relieve coughing' ut.
LET acts promrll W help' i*"JL
IS THERE SUCH THING AS Field, also under municipal control. thick, sticky phi, n-sooUd" ?
bird
Venice newest cocktail lounge and dining room, the Pines Hotel throat membranes and It the ease W7./II?J
So
try
lag spells.
I
"El Rumba Room. will open tonight, It wricklni W "
was announced by Sidney a cold results In a
Weinstein and Harry Silverman, resident managers of the local hostelry cough Find out for yourself silk jolt*"
due to
PERFECT rood It Is for coughs
BTCKLET CANADIOL NIITgV!
> I Dr. John Vehington opens dental office in Hollywood Apartment- mad in the B.S.XTODAIfists. '-*"

Hotel building on West Miami avenue. .

filwieWOMANHOOD DECEMBER 27

? Fette Aircraft Service announces plans to bring about 30 workers 5

here when it takes over the main hangar and other buildings at EASONSI

Venice Airport next week I million)

"No"-claim medical authorities,who ought to The D. H. Devlns home on Venezia Parkway and the Venezia 'nap rwc& With
know I Nature has so constructed and physically Hotel were announced
as winners
of the $50 bonds
t endowed woman that in many cases asses put up by Rob-
apt to suffer certain distressing symptoms ert S. Baynard and Mrs. H. L Mundy as prizes for the best Christmas
during her life For instance, when she enters decorated home and hotel
or
apartment house in Venice
womanhood-or during the menopause, the or Nokomis
period when fertility ebbs away. W. P. "Perry" Hayes, soon to take office as a member of the

male Now If on 'certain days' of the month-fe county school board, announces that he will work for early con-
functional
monthly disturbances
causing you to suffer from pain, nervous distress are- struction of a new high school in Venice, for better pay for teachers,
and feel so tired cranky, you snap at and for Improved faciltiei at local schools.
: our children and bll8band-then do try LYdia
Mrs N. L.
Eo Pinkham', Vegetable ComPOund to relieve Shireman announces she will open "Pepper Tree Tea to at 0
eucb. symptoms. It'l lamoua for thia purpo e. Room" in the Triangle Inn on New Year Day. Dft= cc bs iirulidispatired

Mod ESPECIALLY For Girls anal) Wane . till .
MMIIIHIIIIIiHINVEST
Flnkhaml Compound DOM MOM than relieve tdx_:!
e such monthly pain. It ALCX relieve* aooomt IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE tar -
t:: nervous tension, 'weak,
hatrung f eeUngs-when due to this cause. VENICE
Taken regularly thruout the month-thu FLORIDA oft am 0"M 0,10,
great medicine helps u11u resistance
aga1nst ShouldAdol aD1 sroatWe ; Homesltes On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties '> '
j womanLydia Acreagew Farms Rentals Dr==:
Pinkham
Compound Is also ftrJ'deCt1Y1
to relieve hot flashes and those funny MM rl PooNi
s embarrassing f Mllngi during the yean Mio RICHARD H. GEDNEY II .SM.W
63 when due to the functional 'middleace'period ..
peculiar to ll.
women. VII
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VENICE GONDOLIER
1 Page Five
RETURN Anyone Lose A
Bowlers
Hattie Baldwin of the Cop Resume Trailer ParkChristinas ranged by Ruth and "Kirk" Kuy-

I Kettle Inn has returned from Pointer Lately? Play Next Week Display kendall at their Venice Bay

the holidays to Jack- Anyone in Venice Trailer Park.Eliciting .
sit over or vicinity
Play in both men's and women's Draws PraiseOne
Latest guests at the lose a lemon and white colored
Mich. bowling leagues will be resumedat many complimentary
Inn Include S. O. pointer recently?
per Kettle the Bowlakade next week aftera of the most striking and remarks, the display was set up
Louisville, KJT.J: Mrs. A.wman. G. L. Kincaid
local
an. plumber two-week
layoff beautiful
over the holi- of the outdoor Christmas adjoining the highway so that its
i, also of Louisville and said such a dog was found in Fort days.
decorations that brightened Ven- lights shone in colored reflectionon
Paul, Washington, Myers and there
Mary was strong reason The feminine keglers
C. to believe it was the propertyof play Monday night while will the start men ice and Nokomis over the holidayswas the waterway that runs between -

a Venetian. Further Informa- swing into action again Tuesday the illuminated display ar- the Trail and the park.
tion may be obtained by phoning night. J
Kincaid at 2665.
Charm Mrs Marjorie Adorjan, secre-
tary of the women's league, announced "In the Heart of the Business District"

Beauty K.M.I.Continued I. that the Pines Hotel has
taken over sponsorship of the

Salon ( from Page 1) team formerly bowling as Wolf's
I EL PATIO HOTEL
hour every second Sunday there- Sinclair Service. Members of the
after. squad arc: Lois Nelson, Marjorie
Trixie and Lucile Even before Pappas, Fannie Lindahl, Bernice Howard Whaley,
classes start, Kl\U.
Shanley, and Mae Wrede. Manager
223 Welt Miami Avenue basketball team members are expected -
$3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates
Phone 2811 to buckle down to practice.

Colonel Richmond said Captain JKMI. cagers, who already have 225 West Venice Avenue'ENICE Phone 3572
Eddie Weber again will coach theGODARD'S
won two practice games up north.
A schedule of Florida games will

;be arranged, with opponents to Include -
Venice-Nokomis and Sara-
sota high schools. HEADQUARTERSFor
FLYING SERVICE I

Good Cheer
AIRCRAFT RENTALS I CLASSIFIEDADS


$5 Per Hour I

(to a word tint it word, le Mohidditional B. AND B. BAR
word. Minimum charge,
FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONAT ISc. Cash with Ad Special rates I
For more than one insertion of the 305 West Venice Avenue
cams ad Ads will ba accepted ever ,
| MAIN HANGAR NEW VENICE AIRPORTA the telephone. wIth(131)understanding"I' to 5 p.ad.Wertiner mrhursday .. BUD NEWBERRY BOB OATMAN

will remit payment prompt.Iy. .
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FOR SALE
Privilege to Live In FloridaA J. J. (Joe)
nummlly well'hullt 2-hnr trailer
in image hxllined with plywood I JOSSART .
Distinction to Live In Venice with wparator and heavy .Ir..... Can
a\na ro\ir Nearly: new 6 Bo x Id nix.Mnclalr .
l'lv tires. JI .vy Irnlh'r hllch. W"lf'
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor Si'nice", Venlui I and

BUSINESS PERSONALS G. L. (Kin)

GJXtnAJ IfAI'LIXO *11-11 Irurklnlf. KINCAIDMohler
Straight or dump Irurk. l'hon 2.82.
Louis Adurjnn"HtULINO
VENICE FLORIDA Bldg. P. 0. Box 134
of all kinds Open truck or 323 W. Venice Ave. VENICE
large tractors trailer. Thoa J. Phone 2665
Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf I Mi-Nell Phone 2621.

INSTRUCTIONREGISTER "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"

I
NOW
For New Classes for General
RELAXAt We 1W
Dane* Routine, Ballet and G, CP.0 0 0.00
Ballroom I"
ALPHA INSTITUTE OF
MUSIC
311 W. VenIce Ave. Phone 2663

utility's tavern WANTED I 1)

N-ANTET. From imlujr through Sat
|125 South Tamiami Trail Venice imli\, ride to Sarasota 10\' two joutif.a"m' .
To Arrive in Sarasota at s
: n"r earlUr Callmli 3SG1

"An Honest Drink For Your Money" FOR RENT
At
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A 1'\nT\IF.XTR FOR RENT
Scotch e. . . . 60c |,.0 to Phone 1200 PHP 9471Alma Month Venice's Favorite Night Rendezvous
riirnlnhcd room with j'rlvate
Bonded Bourbon 50c bath. two Wook from Out.
. EL RUMBA ROOM
IUY HO\T for Bpammal rental II feltlong.
with InhwrA motor n"son-
Canadian Club . 50c ,1101" Call 8378 A. 'v.j'remni Enjoy Good Food And Pleasing

Highballs Made With I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Music" A Beautiful, Unique Setting

57 Acres
Best Blended
Quality 1541 Fret on Tamlaml Trail Our Dining Room Is Open From
950 Fret on Bay
Whiskey . . . 35c Fossil Inland Off Shore 7 A. M. TO MIDNIGHTA


Cocktails . . . 50c $19,000 ( La Carte Service Only After 8 p. m.)


Small Estates
Homes -

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL $6,000 to $37,500H. The Pines HotelPHONE


| A tall, cool Cuba Libre . 35c N. Wimmers 3101

Venice Avenue at Harbor Drive VENICE
REALTOR

VENICE, FLORIDA

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ing."At However, it is true that In our amendments, with Wil
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impression erron
," asserted "That erroneous
Caspersenin
present
: omission *
fire zone (roughly the business and
situation, "our which has been definitely dis- commission
,:t WERE MADE....ANO discussing the building in Venice district), buildings must be of
to new
zoning ordinance is a patchwork couraging --
'I"" NAVE BEEN ffffOAfTH affair, certainly not geared to 1947 ," he declared, "has lasted for fireproof construction and we PHONE NUMBEH
M EviR S/NCE1 needs of the city. :many years despite the fact that should continue that policy be- Dr. John Yelvinjton, wh.
3- virtually all houses built here in cause of the narrow lots and the cently opened his dental ofbt
"For instance, the Edgewood
I'\ ; i fact that there are no sideline restrictions the Hollywood'
I have not conformed Apartment.
the past 10 years
section, east of Venice By-Wa), is ."
::1' I building on West
ivZT
these imaginary restrictions Miami
to
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not zoned at all, and anything andeverything
." Caspersen said he felt it is very has had his telephone inS
w .7tf t I Ia can be built there, so the .
important to clarify zoning The number is 2341
Ii'i. fas as our city ordinance is concerned Also Erroneous
." Caspersen also said that there -
Caspersen explained that abtfut 'has long been an erroneous im-
PEPPER TREE TEA
council that the high minimum ROOM
five years ago, the city retained pression
wlvo Warren P. Honevcutt, ap- price restrictions written Into the Triangle Inn Venice, Fla.
.l praisal expert of St. Petersburg, deeds by the B.L.E. Realty Corporation
i., to draw up a model zoning plan are still in effect. This, Full Course and Special Plate Dinners From &

\ But they will take time out, for the entire city. Later his rec- too, he pointed out, has acted as' Business Men's Lunch From 65c
often, for a good meal at ommendations were embodied in a brake on new building here.
4' WOODARD'S. Served Dally Noon to 2:30: P. M. 5 to 7:30:
an ordinance drawn up by the then "Even before the war the city P. M.
Sunday Noon to 2:30: P. M.
: Open, 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. city attorney council was advised by its attorney
., ;f\) :5 p m. to 8:30: p. m. "Somewhere along the line," that the minimum price restrictions "Our Food Is Delicious"FOR
Closed Mondays Caspersen said, "there were nu- set up in the deeds from
RESERVATIONS, PHONE
JJ For example, a VENICE 2703
merous slip-ups. the B.L.E. Realty Corporationwould
\\1 WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETTE section of the city where apart- not be sustained by the
ment houses actually already were -
I r.. in existence came out zoned only

ft\ '!I, .. 1461 for one and two-family residences -
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; I redrafting and clarification of
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