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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: January 10, 1947
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
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System ID: UF00079934:00048
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE 1 emce ,

r GONDOLIER
"Where the 1
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-- A New School
\eels the Open .
Arcadia
Road to

Gulf of Mexico"A Public Library

COVERING e'Nl FLORIDA
GULF COAr COMMUNITIa[ OF tti MJRal
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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IUNC1L PICKS EDITORIALOne CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER



)R. THOMPSONAS their hundred 1947 automobile sixty motorists licenses of at Venice the Chamber and vicinity of Com-obtained USE OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL

merce office here last Monday, with payments totaling almost

IDENT vehicle$2,300, it commissioner.Thus was reported. by L. Bell of Sarasota, deputy state motor PLANT AT VENICE AIR BASE

160 persons were saved considerable time and ex-
Dr. Talmadge S. Thompson, pense. On their behalf The Gondolier would like to express In one of its most fruitful sessions/ in many months, the
nice physician, was. elected appreciation to Mr. Bell and his assistant.We city council last Tuesday night disposed of several important
esident of the city councilhen hope that other state and county officials, whenever pending matters and finally moved to bring about a solutionto
that body held its'reor- possible, will demonstrate a similar consideralon in making one of the city's major civic problems-sewage disposal.The .
ization meeting at the city it easier for people in this end of the county to take care of such council climaxed an hour- .
ill last Tuesday night. He necessary governmental transactions. long discussion of the sewage mat- -

icceeds Councilman George Certainly, it's only common sense to have one or two state ter by voting to investigate im- Funeral Services
otts in that post, Botts being or county employees come to Venice when such special occasions mediately the feasibility, and anticipated -
Held For TwoVenic'e
med fire commissioner. arise, rather than compel 100 or 200 or more residents of this cost, of using the Venice
Councilman George Higel was ,,district to travel to Sarasota.We Army Air Field sewage disposal Men
named street and parks commisner thank Mr. Bell for his realization of that fact and his plant, Instead of constructing a
and newly-elected Councilan co-operation in making it easier for motorists of this end of I new plant on the shores of Venice Death claimed two well-Known
Finn W. Caspersen was made the county to get their license plates. I Bay, as recommended by C. S. Venice men over the past weekend
ater commissioner. l J'' Dodds, consulting engineer of Sar- both succumbing at Sarasota
Major Clyde V. Higel appointed asota. I hospital. They were: Alexander

arion A. Braswell of Venice as: i Ve-No-Hi Cagers V.B.A. To Hold Two ComplaintsAt Murphy, 69, and Henry Lucius
>w city attorney, replacing the a standstill for many months,, :Dawes, 79. Both had lived here for
nta Gorda law firm of Rose & Play Boca Grande Next Meeting the sewage disposal matter came I more than 20 years.

ose. The council confirmed this; I Here TonightTonight January 14 up in rather sudden fashion last Funeral services were held
pointment, as well as the mayor' night because of two complaints. Monday afternoon at the First
appointment of all city departent at 7:30: o'clock in the Next meeting of the Venice First City Building Inspector :Baptist Church for Mr. Dawes,
heads, as follows: K.M.I. gym, the VeniceNokomisboys' Business Association will be held Hiram R. Ide reported to the council .with the Rev. D. Campbell Crawford -
City clerk, Mrs. Helga Roess- and girls' basketball teams at 8:30: p. m. Tuesday, January 14, concerning a complaint made : officiating. Last rites for Mr
ede; chief of police, Gerry Pes- will swing into action, playing in the Chamber of Commerce by Dr. John Yelvington, dentist, :Murphy were held Tuesday afternoon -
tnik; fire chief, Dewey Stephens: their opening games of the 1947 building, it was announced yes- regarding unsatisfactory plumbing I at the Venice-Nokomis Methodist -
Ilding inspector, Hiram R. Ide. season against Boca Grande. The terday by G. L. Kincaid, chairmanof conditions in the office he had Church, with the Rev. H.
lit was also disclosed that the feminine basketeers will play their the V.B.A. board of governors. leased from W. P. Pearson, ownerof Mauriece Felton officiating. Interment -

ty water board has named Ide game first.Principal. Several important business mat a local apartment house buildIng followed at the cemetery in
its chairman, other members beKg Homer Mikesell, whois ters will be taken up, Kincaid said, Ide said Pearson had Informed Nokomis.
Dr. Thompson and Caspersen.wo coaching the Ve-No-Hi players, and chairmen of all standing com- him that Yelvington's lease I Mr. Murphy a native of Kentucky -
yesterday announced other games mittees of the association are required the tenant to provide said I ; a Spanish War veteran anda
Ex-Baptist arranged thus far for the boys' andgirls' asked to submit reports. facilities, but that Yelvington'i member of the Brotherhood of
teams are as follows: I copy of the lease placed the responsibility Locomotive Engineers, is survivedby

Lurch Pastors January 24 Wimauma, there; Woodard Hayes on the owner. his widow; four sons, Alexan-
Preach SundayTwo January 28 Alva, here; January That was finally settled by the der Y., of California; Douglas R., I
o 31 Wimauma, here; February Assume OfficeTwo council's telling Ide to contact of Charleston, W. Va.; Lloyd T..

former ministers of the 4 Punta Gorda, there; Febru- state health department officials Atlanta, Ga., and Bruce G. Murphy -
int Baptist Church of Venice ary 21 Punta Gorda, here; Feb- new county officials from and have them take any necessary of Chicago; one daughter, Mrs.
ill preach there next Sunday, it I, ruary 28 Alva, there. this district assumed their posi- action in the case. Hellyne Cunningham, University
as announced yesterday by the tions this week, with W L. Wood- Secondly, Dr. W. L. Wright,, of Alabama, and two sisters and
St. Mark's To Hold Sarasota county health officer, senta three brothers in Kentucky.Mr. .
esent pastor, the Rev. D. Camp- ard of Laurel joining the boardof
ell Crawford.The commissioners on Mon- formal letter to the council, politely Dawes, whose wife, Mrs.
Parish Meeting county be
demanding that steps
Rev. F. Hendly Jelks of Zilpha Dawes, died two months
and W P. Hayes of Venice be-
day discontinue
taken at once to use
allahassee, who was the second Communicant members of St. ago, is survived by five children,
in member of the of storm drains here as sewers.
ing sworn as a
astor of the 12-year-old church, Mark's Episcopal church are Invited 20! grandchildren, and five great-
ill county school board on Tuesday. Dr. Wright said that in responseto He was the father of
bring the message at the 11 to attend a cafeteria supperin grandchildren.;
succeeds M. Cousins, I a complaint made by a citizenof Mrs. Jennie Chanault and Mrs.
m. service. the rectory at 6:30: p. m. next Woodard
Venice he recently made an inspection -
,
The Rev. Roy Bustavson, who Tuesday, it was announced yester- former Venice mayor, as county of the sewage situation .Battle Edge, Venice; Sherman '
receded the Rev. Jelks, will day by Dr. Leonard W. S. Stryker. commissioner representing this here in with Robert Dawes, Nokomis; Mrs. Vesta Cal-
company
reach at 7:30: p. m. He is now as- After the supper, the annual St vert, Sarasota, and Mrs. Nellie
district, while Hayes supplants Lake, Sarasota county sanitarian,
late pastor of the First Baptist Mark's parish meeting, which is Phillips, Pahokee.
Berkowitz, Southwestern -
and Sidney
of Venice who
Mitchell ,
urch of Tucson, Ariz.pOOPound open to the public, will be held In George Florida Health District sani-
the church. It will start at 8 p. m. did not seek re-election. tary engineer. Woman Injured

Jewfish Justified When Struck By

aught At Inlety SECTION SUMMARY I His investigation disclosed the Daughter's CarMrs.
1 SECOND complaint was justified, he advised -

Laurel ManA the council, and that the R. Lowell of New York
overflow from numerous septic
City, elderly guest at the Granada
300-pound
Jewfish caught
was PageBaukhaee
,
tanks is being piped into the city

Herbert Dean of Laurel late last ...... ..................................................-.-.............-............... 22 storm sewer, in direct violation of Court Apartments internal, suffered possible last-
'onday afternoon off the end ofe Chambers Household Memos .................................-....................... the state law. serious injuries
south Jetty at Venice Inlet. Cleveland Florida Filosofy ............................................................... 8 "This situation is one which no Wednesday morning when she of was the

Dean caught the monstrous fish Comics _..-...............................................................................-............... doubt has existed for some time," struck in house the driveway being
i a small No. 0 hook, but said he Crossword Puzzle .................................................................................... 7 he wrote, "but I feel that some action apartment by a car Mrs. Beatrice
ally wasn't "too surprised" when Cartoonists and Editors ........................................................................... 8 should be taken on this mat- backed by her daughter, -
e discovered what he had on his Florida Aviation News ............................................................................ ter by the city council. I be- Clerc. treatment by
n e, Inasmuch as he had caught Florida Farm Features ........................................................................ II lieve the City of Venice should no- After emergency she was

40-pound Jewfish at almost theme Florida Foods ............................................................................................. 3 tify all property holders to discon- Dr.rushed T. by S. Eobarts-Shannon Thompson, ambulance -
spot last Sunday Florida Quiz ............................................................................................... 8 tinue this practice and if neces- to Sarasota Hospital.
The Laurel angler took his catch Florida's Lighter Side ............................................................................. II sary to secure the desired results, ; Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik

Chidwick Fisheries to weigh It, Floridilly ..................?............................................................................ 88 the city should take whatever legal said Mrs. Clerc told him her foot
u esday morning and then left It Floridrollery ............................................................................................... action might be necessary." off the brake and struck
i display for several hours atuddy Woman's World ..............................._...................................... 6 After Robert S. Baynard, speak- the slipped accelerator of the car just as
Ringo'j Venice Inlet Docks, Haley_ People In Cracker Politics ......................................-......... 3 ing for the St. Petersburg Invest- to halt it to avoid
ere it attracted much attention. Morris Let's Go Hunting ............................................................ 3 ment house of Baynard Bros., told she attempted her mother.
Murphy_-Nothing Serious ..............-..-................................................... 8 the councilmen that his firm Is hitting
BUYS BOAT Perkins Circle Patterns ......._................................-...................... ....... 6 now ready to carry out its agree- LEGION TO MEET
Buddy Pratt, of Bay Point, NoP"1 Sewing Washlngtonotes ...................................................................... 8 ment to finance construction of a Next meeting of No-Vel Post No.
*, recently purchased theFt Shead -School Lesson .......................................................?................... 4 sewage disposal system here, and 159 of the American Legion will beheld
fishing boat, "Two Brothers," Sunday Florida Facts ..........................-............................. II that he personally believed the air 8:30 m. next Mondayin
l a Miami, and his neighbors, Mr. Therkildson Your- Legislators ...........-_.-......................................-."... 3 base plant already In existence the at : clubhouse p. at Venice
[ Mrs. c. Harold Bates, thispk These Are Bus _.........._..........................................._...... 8 should be used, the council votedto new The canteen will be open
I* brought It up from Miami, Uncle Bud Stardust on a _. ....?....?.-.--.................................................................... 4 ask Dodd to confer with it soon, Airport.for members at 8 o'clock that
P*Key West They reported they: Vale Service Bureau- ............._..................................................... and also moved to obtain unbiased light, announces Finance Officer .
enjoyable three-day cruise. Veterans'News Analysis .....-..........-..................................-.....-..... 4 engineering opinion concerning the Ralph Simpson. r
boat is tied up at the East Weekly --.....-..-.....-.................--...- 3 (Continued on page 4) rs
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"{ Page Two VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, Jana.10,1319'vehcce


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Venice Bowlakade HEADQUARTERSFor
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.; Good' Cheer
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i N, "I do not agree with a word you say, but I will .'lIlm trill itesuty .. 8'In 81 79&1Chnrn
with right to it."VOLTAIRE J *' 'iGIS.W. 305 West Venice Avenue
defend my life your say J I A. J Alrrruft {
'.. 10 6HR.
ll1 'T \\ Mmlulr
.'.ulia last M.mdin: Trailc'p"rj; BUD NEWBERRY BOB |
l !: Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 313 West defeated Point drill 3 OATMAN
't.. Venice Avenue, Venice, Florid P. O. Box 632. Telephone Venice 3131. Beauty defeated J & J Aircraft I to U.

.;;:,i. MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION I Ij .

:j, NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION I K.M.I. ClippingsBy 1 GRAPEFRUIT and ORANGESFOR
': Entered ae second-class matter June 6, 1948, at the post officet
Venice. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. I SALEBY
i
Subscription rates: One year $Z.50; six months, $1150; three BILL MILLER '
months 75c. Classified advertislna rite2: cents per word first 20 LAST SATURDAY AFTER THE BUSHEL OR HALF-BUSHEL
words 1 cent word for each additional word.
;
.t ; per NOON, K. M I'f corps of cadets, FRUIT SHIPPED
.I CARROLL H. WILLIAMS _'_ ,_'_ _"_ Editor and Publisher arrived in Venice for their annual :
!;. HELEN WILLIAMS .............._._..M.M..M..M_.?__ Office Manager three months' stay. After a

three-week Christmasacation, Stone Farm Assn.
\ \
II: ( the entire school, including 300 cadets -
COPPER /4 Mile Northwest of K. M. I. Drive Out St. Augustine
4 a RALPH WILHELMRooms. the faculty, and the kitchen PHONE VENICE 2962 Avt
,': PLUMBING, HEATING Rates Reasonable KETTLE 'staff has removed from its fall andIspring
e. AND REPAIRS Swimming Pool ( quarters at Lyndon, Ky., to
P "No Job Too Large, No Job INN
all
t: Too Small" (For Guests Only) its winter home here. Almost
Venice, 2315 Sarasota ".... ." S. Harbor Drive' VENICE I the cadets will agree that it's goodto
< P. O. Bon 1832 Sarasota II ,' be back to Florida sunshine and "In the Heart of the Business District'

I (,Venice Beach. We all appreciate
J FOR QUICK, RELIABLE the warm reception and fine hos-

'f FOR SALE SERVICE, CALL pitality which we receive each EL PATIO HOTCL
4 year upon our return to Venice
,t. t In the center of Venice on large lot, VENICEHOP
: HERES NEWS for basketball
q
i Howard Whaley,
j 14-ROOM INN I fans Basketball practice started
14, Venice Phone 2153 Manager
\ Box
Ka dcts and
last Tuesday for the >
.
: with 2'. bath. 2 rooml.Andkteh.
M. I. will meet Fort $3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates
; enette apartment, large dining room |the K. quintet I
t and kitchen.' Price Include all fur.nithingi PAINTING DECORATING Mjcrs next Tuesday night, Jan- i 225 West Venice Avenue VENICE Phone J51J
1'I''I' Priced at only uary 14, in the K. M I, gym. Coach I II I

: 1 I $25,000 Eddie Weber has said that a junior -

: tf varsity game will be played I II
Cash 11)000, balance *100 per = at 7 p m, but that the two \arsity,
month 1, yearly for mortgageAlto t1 I '
teams will match their skill fol
f tl
'i + many other Ratings' at reasonable '
," prices.i lowing the junior game, probably
starting at 8 p. m. i iI ResidentialLots
i For Information, call
I '
I
"II!' Venice 3291, or sea

I II i; Harold L. Sleeper $ e El Rumba Room

y 307 Wilt Venice Ave ,Popular Spot I
V f VENICE FLORIDA Phone 2049
:" I F. M. LANIUS : '
Sox 13, Venice Free rumba lessons are now be-

ling given each day at El Rumba
r Room of the Pines Hotel betweenthe

hours of 3 and ( p. m. by "The

l'f Announcing e Rumba Kings," Sidney Weinstein
I and Harry Silverman.
I On Improved Streets
New Clubroom Facilities Are Now Open For Popularity of the recently open-
ed hotel and its unusually beautiful -
Members Of The cocktail lounge and dining -0-
,, 1 .
4
JU,' 4 room is increasing swiftly, the

managers said, with visitors com- For Sale Below
Tarpon ClubAt ing from all parts of the West
Coast. Guests are now registeredat
Cost of ImprovementsNOW
the hotel from several northernand

mid-west states, with many
others having made reservations ---0-

NOKOMIS LODGEAll for the near future.
TIME
IS THE
"Our outside patio lunches and

Members Are Invited To Come In dinners also are making quite a

a +'I And Inspect Their New Quarters hit," Weinstein and Silverman said, TO BUY0
1 i "with patrons not only expressing

appreciation for good food, but -- -
I|telling us they enjoy'Mexican Joe'

serenading them on his guitar." Materials Will
HOUSE MAINTENANCE I I Building

I1 AND SERVICE r NEW GONDOLIER Be Available Shortly

i Hollywood Apt.-Hotel Bldg. 219 West Miami Ave. ADDRESS 1 :

q Phone Venice 2086 __o_
J 313 W. VENICE AVE. !
UPHOLSTERING
Cleaning-Made-to-Order Upholstering

} i ELECTRICAL Repalr..Refrlger.tlon-Hou..hold Slip Covers Drapes, Etc. and Commercial 'I Prices Range From .

-All Home Appliances
PAINTING-Bruth or Spray-In and Outside Buildings- NEW HOURS I $300 to $2200VENICE
/ } r Furniture-Trailers, Cars, Etc. II
ALL KINDS OF CARPENTER WORK I o

t
ALLEYS OPEN

MONDAY. a. m. to 11 p. m.
LAND
TU ES.-FRI. .3 p. m.to 11 p. m.
PROPERTY SALEThe
i
SAT. & SUN.1 p. m. to 11p.m.


Board of Public Instruction of Sarasota County will accept
sealed bids for the purchase of Lot 13, Block 63, Gulf View Sec GRILL OPEN
tion of Venice, Florida, said bids to be opened at the meeting of
WEEKDAY8-7a.
the Board on January 21, 1947, at 2 p. m. In the Superintendent'sNo m. to 11 p. m. COMPANYROBERT
Office.| SUNDAY 3 p. m. to 11 p. m.


bid under $300.00 will be considered.

VENICE ROEBUCK
The Board: of Public Instruction will not furnish an abstractVERMAN 8. BAYNARD FRANK D.
BOWLAKADEAND President 8aleim.M 'rVENICEFLORIDA


KIMBROUGH GRILL

24S West Miami Ave. Phone S5I1
Superintendent Valuer"!
Phone 26(1 "In Business To Help Build Venice and Venice






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; 10.1947 VENICE GONDOLIER

P age Three ,,(,

Ve-No-Hi StudentsTo

We SpecializeIn S e 'Vi.!W.f::,, Attend Forum GODARD'S


Repairing Venice-Nokomis high school FLYING SERVICE
WHY All THIS TALK Pupils of the tenth, eleventh and e

ABOUT PROFESSOVALWOMEN twelfth grades will leave Nokomis
CHRYSLERProducts AIRCRAFT RENTALS
by school bus next Monday morn-
?LYIR METANAMATEI'R ing at 9
o'clock
to attend a forum
$5 Per Hour
ONE? session that will start at JO a. m.

in the Sarasota high school gym
nasium. FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONAT

Approximately 500 high school

OMPLETE BRAKE students from Sarasota and MAIN HANGAR NEW VENICE AIRPORTP.

atee counties will take part Man-I
SERVICE cussions led by Dr. Alice

nationally known authority in the
0. BOX 42 NOKOMIS FLA. PHONE 3533
Brakes Relined field of youth problems. Dr. Sow I
Turned p i era will I
Drums appear through courtesy
YIf(, Y of the General Extension Division I

of the University of Florida and BOLDT AND SONS

nr the Florida State College for Wom
W. Pick Up And Plumbing Waterproofing
en.The
Deliver Your CU program is sponsored by I Painting, Exterior and Interior
the Florida i iI '
TEMPORARILYCLOSED Congress of Parents
Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication
I and Teachers, with the cooperation i iI
NOKOMISGARAGE I of county councils of Parent-

,Teacher associations and county FREE ESTIMATES

school systems as a demonstration

of what can be accomplished in
the field of I '
child
guidance.
George T. Devlin Prop. ?
I Mrs. Gwynne Fox, president of BAND
n the Trill Phone 2581 I the Sarasota County council of Im"- '?-: ;'-1lUSTOIIMffllP

ST.Autunta nf Parent-Teacher Associations has I II r "I ACCESSORIESBRASS

I extended an Invitation to adults to

|attend this session and also a panel I ..

I Idikcusson at 8:00: p. m. at the Golf BUGLE .........-... $10
Street auditorium Central I [ 1 I .'
J. J. Joe
( ) SChOOI'// .A 'Jt VIOLIN ANDO BOW $34.50ALPHA
in which eight Sarasota and
I
JOSSART .
e tee high school students will par MUSIC SHOP
ticipate
Registered PHILCO and STROMBERO-CARLSON Radio Dealer
andG. 311 W. Venice Avt. Phone 266J
P..T. A.
L. (Kin) Mrs. Lucile Blalock announced RADIO REPAIRS-RADIOS RENTED .

KINCAIDMohler yesterday that the next meeting t.+t..tF++ 4-hi-F+H-li-F++F++4+f++++++++++++++
of the Venice-Nokomis P.-T. A.
Bldg. P. O. Box 134 will be held at Venice-Nokomis i 1 INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE
333 W. Venice Ave. VENICE'Phone
2665 January high school 14. at 8 p. m. Tuesday VENICE, FLORIDA

ependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"A
Homesltes On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties -
APPOINTED
Acreage Farms Rentals
Appointment of Alvin Jones of

Nokomis as a trustee of School
RICHARD H. GEDNEY
Privilege to Live In FloridaA I District No. 8 was announced this
week at the meeting of the school ESTATE (3"s
Reyietud REAL s
Distinction to Live In Venice board.

I ; Box 261 Phone 3311 >
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor Theatre Building Venice, Fla.
1 CLASSIFIEDADS 1I111111111111111111 tlllI .

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(2e I word first II words, Ie each I
VENICE FLORIDA eddtional word. Minimum charge, VENICENOKOMISBANK
15c. Cash with Ad. Special rates I \,
Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf 'for same mere ad. than Ads will one b.insertion Accepted of over the
the telephone (3131 up t. I p. m.
Thursday wIth understanding advertiser .
I will remit payment prompt.
ly.)
VENICE FLORIDA

FIREWOODThe i FOR SALE "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member

well-built Z-hnne trailer.10gunge .
Finest Quality Fat Pine Honest Measure unusually b.Nly. lined with plywood,
I DELIVER with separator and heavy Wraps can.Itoe of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
t I ci>\tr. Nearly new 650 x 10 six-
ply; tlre heavy trailer hitch Wolf
Also Operating Charter Fishing Cruiser Mmlnlr Bir\lce. Venice
Maximum Insurance Q 5000
"ROSEMARY" at Venice Inlet Docks I BUSINESS PERSONALS $5000 For Each Depositor 'i7 J

mXEIIA1. H.VI'LINO and trucking.
I straight i>r dump truck. hone 2702.Louis .
Jack Denisonhone Adcirjun '"
HAULING of all kinds. Open truck 01 "
2832 VENICE large trncnr-\nn trailer '1 ho.. J,
McNeil. Phone 2621Ri.r ,

FOR RENT ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF . .

Passenger Hops (i.t APARTMIINT. .neala
I'urk Three mums and Imth.lilo Anll-
_
Immediately I'hone 8451

$1.50 BAY IlOAT "inboard motors Reason PLASTIC AGE
,
'I"nlf with
See Beautiful l Venice and Nearby
able. Call 8379. A W. Moremen
Gulf Coast From the Air
LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY UNI'-urn:< > house "r apartment with BOAT & EQUIPMENT CO.
2 bedrooms, for one "r two months
LESSONSGovernmentApproved starting .'eb. 1. Mr. O. V. Alldredge.
tie School Nokomis.APA1tTAIKNTS,
EnrollmentJ

& J AIRCRAIFT, INC. 150: to Phone 1300 Per 9471 FOR Month RENT On the Trail Nokomis

Also f..rnl.hn. with rrhate
AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS both two blocks from .ulf. Phone 2753
0. Joyner p. o. Box 2(1 E. T. Denham
ENICE SARASOTA 6306 LOST
2551 VENICE Handling a Line of Hardware andsWuckle:
LAUGC STRIPED "beach towel
un"d
Trail near Nokoml" brldue. If GLIDDEN STEELCOTE. and WATERLOX
please call Venice 3131.
Paints and Varnishes
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
NOTICE TO ALL PLUMBERS

57.Acres
-ALSO-
'The examinations for 1541 Feet on Tamlaml Trail
City of Venice will hold 950, Feet on Bay
Small Wand Off Shore
I applicants for Master and Journeyman Plumbers
$19,000 PLASTIC 14-FT. BOATSThat


Homes Small Estates require no painting, no calking. Will not dry out In

February 5, 1947 $6,000 to $37,500H. the sun. Resist barnacles. Salt water or acids do not affect

these boats. Weighs_only 167 Ibs. Almost Indeatructlble.anuary .
NTACT CITY CLERK PHONE 2111 OR CITY BUILDING6PECTOR N. Wimmers

PHONE' J161, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REALTOR

VENICE FLORIDA





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'': Pate Four Friday, Jantu-,. ...

Woman's Club In Mrs. Hemming. Baynard Renamed
Miss Marian Smith was appointed -
First MeetingOf to act as membership Bank PresidentRobert

New Year chairman In the absence of Mrs. S. Baynard was reelected PINES HOTEl
Edith Hulme, who is ill. The sec- president of the VeniceNokomis -
.A.. The Venice-Nokomis Woman' retary, Mrs. Eugene Maier, was I Bank at the annual meetingof
club held its first 1947 meeting Instructed to transmit the club's Stockholders held at the bank ((100 Rooms)
last Wednesday noon in the El vote of thanks to Mrs. Hulme for last week. J. J. Williams, Jr., of VENICE
I Rumba Room of the Pines Hotel, her untiring service to the organi- Sarasota was re-elected: vice-pres- FLORIDA
with Mrs. Louise Burton, presi- zation. ident; James T. Blalock of Venice,
dent, presiding over the 45 mem- and A. Visit Our EL
Mrs. D. H. Devins was appointed executive vice-president RUMBA ROOM
.. bers present. publicity chairman.Mrs. L. Blalock Venice, cashier.
{ "I M Nine new members were received H. B. Duncan related the Directors named were Baynard, Dining Room Open 7 A. M. to MidnightPATIotuNCH
o into the organization, as follows local club and Mrs.H. Mildred
history of the Williams J. T. Blalock, '
< : Mrs. Harold Thomas, Mrs.D. L. Mundy gave a resume of the I M. Baynard, and Stephen Albee, SANDWICHES
H. Devins, Mrs. J. E. Bartlett, club's program for the coming I'sr.
i Mrs. Walter Fegley, Mrs. C. S. Al. year. Mrs. Mundy was chairman of II It was disclosed deposits in the sac to $1 25c to 50c
den Mrs. L. H. Miller, Miss E. '
arrangements
the committee on Venice-Nokomis Bank amountedIto
Kirk, Mrs. Vernon Beattie, and I
for Wednesday's luncheon meet-[ $1,233,000 as of December 31,
ing, her assistants being Mrs. Dun- the institution having experiencedla Dinners Complete Meals -------___ $1 to til.

i, ELECTRIC ENGLEWOOD COMPANY can and Mrs. Maier. { steady growth since its organi- Finest Steak Dinners on the West Coast,
,tj A. ,. L. Union ShopENSLEWOOD Music by the El Rumba Room's;zation.I .
for
Bay Street and Indiana A... Latin-American band was another I Complete ------------------___ $$23We

: iii, "Good Follow Will and Fair Better Dealing"B"nlla, feature of the luncheon, which SEWAGE Do Our Own Biking Dainty Rolls Pies pad
FRED J. KRUEA. Prop. was served under the direction of (Continued from Page 1) COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPENS
Phone Vinlct 2484 I Harry Siherman. l feasibilty of using the air base disposal AT 12 NOON
plant, instead of building a
t'i new one. I
'., \ :'' NEW HOURS (Lack of space prevents publi- New Gondolier Address 313 W. Venice /Ire., Phollf
Charm cation of the complete account of
'I as. m. to 2:30: p. m. \ the council meeting in this week's
5 p. m. to 10 p. m.
Beauty issue. However, other matters dealt
Closed Wednesday, Except 1 SAYAIE
Fountain Only Will Bt Open with, including Mrs. Ii. L. Mun-
6to10p.m6 Salon dy'i charges of councilmanic bad YOU SEE IS
faith in connection with the city yl/f
't'I\ LORDSHIP
WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETTE beautification program, will be ?
Trials and Luella published in next week's Condo-

223 West Miami Avenue lier)
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u FOUND INSANE
e I ; '1 I Walter Carlton, Venice man
i found guilty of Improperly han
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'I dling a local child several months
: PEPPER TREE TEA ROOM ago, this week was adjudged Insane -
and ordered committed to the
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Triangle Inn Venice, Fla.
State Hospital for the Insane at
'f.' Full Course and Special Plate Dinners From 90c Chattahoochee.

I Business Men's Lunch From 65c
,
1 Tropical'
Boat Ride2Hour
Served Daily Noon to 2:30: P. M. 5 to 7:30: P. M. River
!, Sunday, Noon to 2:30: P. M. Trip Daily 0- IMP P 0 t-1
1 and 3 P. M. Fare $1.00
"Our Food Is Delicious"FOR
ON THE BEAUTIFUL Celebrate the fact that you, too are not miroontdwiSouth
RESERVATIONS, PHONE VENICE 2703 MYAKKA RIVER Sea Island by doing as 'IS LORDSHIP, did stock M
Water Always Calm the nationally known brands of liquors In stock at PONDER

Fishing Boat > AA
.. For Rent $*!,"" all JIM PONDER'S

Nokomis Lodge Dining Room PEARSON'SONTHEMYAKKA PAC "-AGE. LIQUO SWI
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VENICE VENI ,... '. 1.4..yINI(' j.
SERVING COLD PLATE LUNCHEONS PHONE VENICE- 2174


l Chicken Cold Plate,

With Coffee ---_____________________ 75c

t Salmon Cold Plate, 85c VENICE FOOD SHOP

With Coffee -----____________________

Tuna Fish ..

w' Salad --____________________________ 50c H. S. BOWDEN, Owner
tt r 217 W. Venice Ave. VENldl
Other Luncheon Items A La Carte


On the Tamlaml Trill, 1 Mile North of Venice Phone 2872 i
ROLL

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BUTTER 0IGANO.
4 RELAXAt Lb.

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'rk 2a CAN GRAPEFRUIT-48.02. CAN

smitty's tavern PEACHES JOe JUICE

TALL CANS
125 South Tamiami Trail QUART BOTTLE
Venice
MILK J for Jge CLOROX 1ScIGA
.y "Best Drinks In Town At Popular Prices"PACKAGE _

s TOMATO-46-OZ. CAN IGA-NO. 2 CAN
DEPARTMENT I JUICE 27c SUGAR PEAS 20cNO.

,4 JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT 2a CAN

OF GILBEY'S GIN SAUERKRAUT 15e S Ni-FLUSH 19c

i x eF,' SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK BEECHNUT STRAINED

'' Lansdowne Reserve -----------___Fifth $3.29 BABY FOOD, J for 24c OAKITE PACKAGE llc

Old Thompson ___Rfth
--- $3.65
------------- OLD
,. Brown & Foreman King BUNCH

Whiskey ____Fifth POTATOES, 10 Ibsl JJe CARROTS lOc
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-------------,- $3.69 -
Park & Tilford Rfth TREE.RIPE
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----------------- $3.49 SARASOTA COUNTY-STALK
William Penn __Fifth ORANGES 8 lbs. 1&
----------------- $3.29 25e CELERY
Early Tunes Straight Kentucky WESTERN _

Whiskey (4 Yrs. Old) __Fifth $5.70 SKINLESS
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Windward Rum --------------____Fifth $2.95 PORK CHOPS, lb. SJe WIENERS lb. 43c

Gladstone Gin ____Fifth
--------------- $2.95
C. J. RIDENHOUR Market Manager


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