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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 17, 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
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00049
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VENICE \ I i GONDOLIER

"Where the /
Urges for Venice:
,
miaml{ Trail ;...
New School
the Open'A
eels to Arcadia
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ulf of Mexico" ..., A Public Library

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GULF COAST COMMUNITIII OF A
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L.lNO.46 FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS




YES EXPECTS'I K. M. I. Dress Parade VENICE AIRPORT HUMS WITH



SCHOOL TO Set For 3 P.M. SundayFirst ACTIVITY AS CITY ASKS WAA e


1947 dress parade of Kentucky Military Institute in

BUILT SOON Venice will be held on the parade ground In front of the school
FOR REST OF HUGE AIR BASE
next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, it was announced by Col.

C. B Richmond president of KMI

ctual construction of a With the schools four companies of cadets and Its SG-piece Presaging early transition of Venice Airport into one of

high school in Venice band under Drum Major Lyle Smith participating, the colorful
r
j I the major flying fields on the Florida Gulf Coast, as well as
1 be started "in a year or dress parade is expected to attract spectators not only from a light industry center of no mean importance, several new

when the cost of building Venice, but from other nearby communities as well developments with regard: to the ex-Venice Army Air Base

terials come down," it was I came to light this week

dieted by W. P. "Perry" Highlights of the airport picture

yes, new member of the BEAUTIFICATION CLASH I are: Remodeling Work'Starts

mtv school board, during 1. The city council has authorized -

t Tuesday night's special MARKS COUNCIL MEETING Mayor Clyde V Higcl to in- On New

'eting of the Venice Busi- form the War Assets Administration -

ss Association, held in the I (Report of last city council meeting continued from h leek) that the City of Venice would Ve-No-Hi Annex

lofC. building. A sharp clash between MiH. L Mundy and members of the like to acquire nil the lest of the

Biajes said that fellow members I city council, over the bcautificatiun' program launched last summer huge air base and its facilities, Remodeling of the Woman's

I the school board, as well astiman but never carried through to completion, enlivened the January particularly that section between
I clubhouse in Nokomis, recently acquired -
Kimbrough, county sup- 7 meeting at the city hall. Fourth and Fifth streets
by the county school board
Itendent of public instruction,, Dr. T. S Thompson touched off Leased
I' at a reported cost of S5.000, wa
he assured him financial ar- the fireworks when, shortly after 2. This move was decided upon stilted this week

gements are being worked out the meeting began, he asked about MARCH OF DIMES largely virtually all of the The structure will be converted
will make it to build the beautification report Council of
t possible Slated to continue until Jan 20-odd buildings on that part into an annex of the Venice-No-
new school here in the fu- man George Iligel, the street com- the base previously granted the
30, 1947 "March ofDimu"
II uary the knolls hiah school, providing eight
missioner, had been requested to city by the federal lIo'el'l1l11enthal'e
campaign got under new classrooms and a modem
,submit some weeks pieuouslv been leased, the lessees including -
Prefer Site
Airport way here this week, under auspices home economics dcpnlment
e i school board would prefer 1 Concurs of the Sarasota county the Sparks Circus, the which will be in charge of Miss
Councilman George Butt con- Fette Aircraft Service and Clem-
| locate the high school ,
new unit of the National Founda. Mildred McAmis.
curred In Dr. Thompson's request ent D Shaw, formerly of Cleveland -
said the of
large tract
yes on tion for Infantile Paralyili The upstairs portion of the club
asserting "those 'fox holes' in the O manufacturer
,
a plastics
|id east of the Trail now occupied Contribution boxes have been house is being converted into two
parkways on Harbor dine certainly who week Is starting to
i this move
the Fred H. Albee Memorialport
placed In various hotels and I apartments, for teacher In insquaitcrs
should be filled ," moulds down
and
up his equipment
which is under city con- I business houses of this district ,
At this point, Mis Mund.\, from Cleveland, nnd from Sarasota -
I
owned avian
although the be
by and donations also may
I whose son-in-law, R. S, Tillcy where he has been operating Through courtesy of P. B Hu-
divison of the State Road Dent given or lent to Richard H
guenin, Sarasota district manager '
had originally hunched the beautification in recent months
Negotiations to acquire Gedney, Venice director, or Col of the Florida Power and Light
j work with the council'sapproval 3, Godard of Gtid- .
I Ray operator '
s site are now under way. Douglas A. Graham, Englewood electric-
Corporation, a complete
!I and promise of cooperation ard's Flying Service and of the
Members of the association, director. ally-equipped kitchen will be installed "
1 and financial backing, spoke Aircraft Engine and Service Co.
ut 20 of whom were in attendee I for use of the home eco-
|up (Continued on Page Six)
voted to invite Superinten-
nomics classes
I
of failing
I She accused the council -
t Kimbrough to attend the next Post Office OpenTo County school officials emphasized ;
.
I to stand by its agreement ; KMI Cagers To "
(Continued on Page Two of
) their statement that use
the fathers had
city
charging
3 P. M. SaturdaysFor
Meet Ve-No-Hi decided
promised to make $1,000 available the clubhouse was uponas

cgion Pledges for Tilley's use for beautification Delivery Only Here Tonight a temporary move to relieve
overcrowded conditions atVeniceNokomis
work but that it subsequently had sorely
upport ToreNoHi cut off the fund and compelled him Because of the shortage ol,'I By Bill MillerKMI's high school, and

Teams to go out and borrow money to boxes the Venicepost office until 1 junior varsity basketball will not affect plans for early con-
notice will remain open 1, struction of the new high schoolin
further
carryon the work to even its admittedly squad will be host to the Ve-No-Hi
Pledging whole-hearted suprt incompleted status. Saturdays until 3 p. m for mail I [ cagers tonight at 8 in the KMI Venice

of athletic and delivery only, it was'
activities of Venice- I-fJ"f'I, and other councilmen package |gym.
komis high school No-Vet Posto. announced yesterday by Airs, team won
contended tne :tv had spent far 'I The Kaydet varsity

159 of the American Legiont more than $1,000, dec'.J'-ins the Dorothy Fields, postmaster lover the Tampa Business College,

t Monday night at Its Venice program had been halted u n.4 She' said there will be no stamfor :]1: 4 I 5R-A4 last Friday and downed the I Coming Events I II

irport clubhouse meeting moved they discovered the cost had money' order saies" after'iiloon Fort Myers H. 3, C.cen Wave

> offer its assistance to the cur- reached $1,306. however, the windows being:, I Tuesday to the tune of 4S-36

|nt Ve-No-Hl basketball squad. Disagrees kept open until 3pm. solely for The KMI-Fort Myers tilt was a Friday, January 17 -

iThw. Dandridge was named by Mrs Mundy questioned the mail and package delivery for the rough-and-tumble game all the 8p. m, KMMs. VeniceNokomis -

mmander Thomas N. Wrede, jr., truth of that statement, asserting: convenience of the many persons I, I way, with the Green and White I high, basketball game, in KMI

.contact Principal Homer Mike- he city originally had agreed with who have been unable to obtain bagging 16 of their 36 points on gym Admission free

al of Venice-Nokomis high ander 5) boxes foul shots. Despite this, the KMI
(Continued on page 8pm., Lemon Bay Woman'sClub
the post financial and other I I quintet maintained a lead of over meeting, Woman's clubhouse,

Pport of the school's current hoop Series of Income Tax Articles I 110 points during most of the game Englewood.

uad, Dandridge had urged that Next WeekWith Gene King and John Engberg t
Gondolier
Starts In Sunday, January 19
e local Legion post do everythingible shared honors for the Cadets, scor-

to encourage and aid the interest heavily focused at this time of the year on payment ing 14 points each, while Bittick 3 p. m", KMI Dress Parade

al school athletic program and of income and other federal taxes, lie Who Pays deserves to know paced the losers with 11. 8 p. m, Venice vs. Sarasota,
!
HillTMAHiaMi
* KMI bowling, Sarasota Bowladrome.
proposal drew unanimous sup- what he is paying and why. Klnlt. 0 II n. JIInkk 11Mtttith
>rt of the membership. To translate into simple language the seeming hieroglyphics of : L.J t'Lt'\ Orlflln L'ttraloe. 7FnKhrre Tuesday, January 21

last Monday night marked the tax language, The Gondolier next week will begin publishing in the : 2 M. : I1,1 Lti Jones well.Klutrn .10 9 a. m-12 noon, pre-natal clinicin

wing of the free "coffee and Florida Feature Section a series of columns designed to answer your Mahe: KI-J'r."n 2. Turner, Von Clinic building on East Venice
,.
r> L
'tr linn a 4 king VViigiiir
ughnuts" canteen at the club- tax questions. Tigttnrt HINT; Mil KM-Thllmhlre: 1: Ave.

"use, with Ralph Simpson, assist- The first column will be particularly helpful to veterans. Succeeding Mi" Next i'tiril.Tuesday Kuril,'eon night 2. Coach Ed- 2 p. m, St. Mark's Guild sewing
the
by his wife, Peggy, a member columns will deal with various classifications such as wage- die Weber announced, the Kaydetswill meeting in the rectory of St.

I the auxilary, in charge. earner and the professional man. John Journey to Palmetto for a Mark's Episcopal Church.

[ The Rev. Felton reported Frank, Author of this service column is 33-year-old, Florida-born accountant witha game with that school's varsity 8pm., Women's Society of

*eburn, member of the post, was P Cochrane, Jr, a West Palm Beach certified public matters. team. i Christian Service of the Venice-

(Continued on Page 2) wealth of civilian and Army background in financial Pub- Nokomis Church.
with the Florida
Cochrane had been
A practicing accountant, TENNIS City council meeting,
of the special box business of 8pm",
manager
lic Utilities company and was Tennis is going full swing at city hall ..
Beach.
in Vero
WeatheRRAINFALL Indian River Products Company school and matches are being 22
of Morrison Field, West Palm Wednesday, January
construction
During the original he was accounting played in each of the companiesto
Venice-Nokomis
I chief auditor An Army lieutenant, 1230: p. m., a
Beach, Cochrane was the best men in each
determine
of contracts. Pines
at
RAINFALL. financial analyst In renegotiation war Woman's club meets
It officer and From 'these
High Low Inches unit in the office of the division engineer of the five groups Hotel.
'.lovely reported ,..._,_.. ... ....0.00 A chief of the negotiation credit for recovering for men, KMIs tennis team will be
Jan, 10 __74 4I...... ...0.00 in Atlanta, Cochrane received personal in excessive chosen. The Rifle team is likewise Thursday, January 23
'an 11 ? .7S <3.. .0.00 government from war contractors over $15,000,000 of elimination 9 a. m.-12 noon, Red Cross sew-
.. the being chosen by a process
Jan. .. .
U .71 .<.. 0.00 relief, at Venice-
"".'an. U .n .4.. ..0.00 profits in understandable languagein Coach Major Johnston ing for foreign All
?., Jan 14 .. Who Pays will find tax answers match sometime Nokomis Methodist Church
r 10 t 0.00 He column He Who Pays, plans to have a '
b". Jan 15 ,? .... .ooo Cochrane's authoritative yet easy-to-read during the first week of February. I women invited to aid ,

1II'a., Jan. n __.|| ".,,.1IM1..,0,00 next week in this paper
10 date this month _.,-,.,...0.00 beginning
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"II ....tt Nokomis ChosenAs NEW SCHOOL Woman's Club To New Arrival At Aid Promised In

;": Best Location Install LibraryAt The WorthingtonNew Solving Nokomu
Continued from Page 1)
On Gulf Coast V.BA.( meeting, to be held at the C. of C. Here arrivals at the Worthington Drainage Problem
were announced this week by;
C. of C. on the night of Tuesday,
: ',1 When C. H. Obenchain after 22 January 28.Councilman. Transfer of the VenIce-Nokomis Manager George Read as follows: The State Road Department

i' years in business in Miami acquired Woman's club library from its Mr, and Mrs. Irwin G. Jalonack, promised to look into .
his physician's advice to Finn Caspersen advised former clubhouse in Nokomis to New York City; Mr. and MM. Ben- standing highway drainage 2

I I "take things a little easier" and the V.B.A. that members of temporary quarters in the Cham- nis, New York City; Mr. and Mrs.C. lem in the Nokomis area ?
the city council on Monday heldan ber of Commerce office here is K. Callahan Charlottle N. C. reported this h
.'-(e obtained the state of Florida distributorship informal session with C.K.S.Dodd ; week by Frank!!
for the Triangle Boat due to be accomplished over the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hodges and for, administrative
assistanttfh
I'' C! Co. of Long Beach Calif., recently, Sarasota consulting eng-of weekend.Mrs. family, Elizabethtown Ky.; Mr. board of county comimaiJ
location
t" he and Mrs. Obenchain decided to ineer concerning the Helen Duncan, a past and Mrs. C. C. Scholefield Darien, The examination is expected

I. .Y move to "someplace on the WestI' the city's proposed new $50,000 president of the club, said the Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tucker, made within the next 10 days fa
disposal plant.
sewage than 900 volumes will be Little Rock, Ark.
t. Coast.. more The fact that the
Caspersen reported that Dodd available to the public in the near Mr. and Mrs. William H. Jen- roadbed di
f. In no particular hurry, and ;Tamiami Trail is ,
.' wanting t not only a site for the new I still stood by his original recommendation future. Formal opening date of the nings and family, Danbury, Conn.; than slightly h

business, but a home as well the that a new plant be new library will be announced aft Thomas Miller, Greenwich, Conn.; adjoining property in Nokomis

Obenchains carefully scouted the built along the shore of Roberts er next \Vednesdaj's meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Breen, New has resulted in minor fa

entire Gulf Coast from Naples on I bay, rather than attempt to use the the club at the Pines Hotel when York City; Mr. and Mrs. Henry conditions during heavy aim

the south to Homosassa Springs on old Venice Army Air Field sewage a library committee will be ap-I Flatau, London England. in that district.
disposal plant recently acquired by
pointed.
I the north I
the city. Dodd contends that, because '
It is expected that the library
Four in all Obenchains ,I'
'\101' .'j j' made trips the the the land slopes toward the I will be kept open from 2 to 4'p. For Beach Parties Picnics Or Fishing Trips .
and .
1'to ; over territory then, bay, the new plant would be Mondays Wednesdays and .
in. on ,
'f.': t finally, they decided the Venice- cheaper for the city in the long- Fiidajs. I FRESH ORANGE JUICE
I Nokomis area appealed to them
;11, the most on both the business and j j't run.The I
council will make a defi- Ice Cold Per Gallon
home counts. 1 LEGION S1.50
,
Home I nite decision soon, Caspersen said,
Bought
but a referendum will be held, he
So about three months Mr I (Continued from Page 1) We Are Open
W ago i assured the V.B.A., before bondsare Evenings. Why Not Drop In For A
and Mrs. Obenchain purchased the ill at home and under a doctor'scure.
Issued. Refreshing Ice Cold Drink After The Show)
Richard II. Gedney home in Lau .
I rel. Subsequently, Obenchain leased Two new committees were cre- Commander Wrede announced Large, I I0-oz. Cup

# the large store in the Pauthey ated at the meeting, a "committee, appointment of new 1947 stand- ORANGE FRESH
j "t,
business and
on practices ethics, Joe
Apartments building at the coiner '- |Ing committees of the post, cs follows GRAPEFRUIT ; TANGERINE Ita
headed
f.; ;S of Colonial lane and the Trail by Smjth Brohard, and a; :
in Nokomis. I"Road to Arcadia committee,'* of'i
There last week the
.1 ', I Plastic Doat which Carroll Williams was named MEMBERSHIP: Boyd Sharp, PAPAYAVIRGINIA
Age and EquipmentCo I chairman. G. L. Kincaid, V.BAboard chairman; Hiram R. Ide, J. D. Tate, RITCHIE
I 1: : f ., formally opened for business. Jess Howard.
of chairman
'I While marine hardware, fishing governors appointed FRUIT
SHIPPED
's. Howard Whaley to serveas HOUSING AND CLUB: HiramR
'tj } tackle, and paints and varnishesof I Ide chairman Richard 314 West Venice Ave.
acting chairman of the Civic ; Curry, Gulf Theatre Bias
various
nationally known
f -
: I Planning Committee, during the Everett Driggers, Harry Sjoblom,I II'
I brands are stocked, the
display
illness of its regular head, Frank Wrede Blackburn, Ralph Simpson,
j that Is attracting the most I
attention Raeburn. Dick Rich, James Dempsey,
r is the unique 14-foot I'
plastic Eu-I
I F gene Cashatt, Theo. I
boat on exhibition in one show
I, vmdow. Lansing GuestsInvade' CLUB ENTERTAINMENT: Paul
li Goldenstein, chairman Richard' ResidentialLots
;
: Almost indestructible '
the El
runabout Patio '
"'I'I; Curry, Everett Driggers, Harry'
requires no painting, no
I Sjoblom Wrede Blackburn
i calking, does not dry out in the If you had happened to be from Ralph
.. 'f Lansing, Mich. it would have Simpson, Dick Rich, James Dempsey
sun, weighs only 167 pounds, and '
Theo. Eugene'
Dandridge,
1, is not affected by salt water or looked like a home-town reunion Cashatt.
v acids Obenrhain declares at the El Patio Hotel to you this 1

I With other models expected to week, for Manager Howard \Vha- LEGAL: M A. Braswell, chair

arrive soon, Obenchain plans to ley, himself an ex-Lansing resident man; Carrol Williams.

add two salesmen to his present had 11 guests registered from I FINANCE: Ralph Simpson,

1 } force, to handle sales of the Tri that Michigan city chairman; L. D. Tate, James Dick.

Craft plastic boats throughout They were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl I PUBLICITY: B. E. Bowen,'

F.lorida. Norton, H. O. Halstead, Ned Doane,![chairman: Frank Raeburn, Hayward On Improved Streets0

William Werschky, Mr. and Mrs. Green, Carroll Williams i i
} Robert Harton, Mr. and Mrs. Louis I '
Rev. Jelks To SERVICE: Charles Wrede, chair- -
Beck, and Mr. and Mrs. S. M man; H. Maunece Felton. !

Speak Sunday At Johnson. VISITING: H. Mauriece Felton,' For Sale Below
Also registered at the El
Methodist ChurchThe Patio chairman; Charles Wrede. ,
were Wiliam W. Bishop, librarian AMERICANISM: J. Doug Ar-
third in a series of sermons emeritus of the University of nall, chairman; Al Chenault. Cost of Improvements0

on Stewardship will be delivered Michigan, and his son, William W ATHLETICS J. J. Jossart,''

f Sunday morning at the Venlce- Bishop jr., legal advisor with the j chairman; Louis Pappas, Frank -0-
Nokomis Methodist Church. TheRe State Department Washington, D I Raeburn.

\'. Hendley F. Jelks will be the C.; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tyson Lon I CHILD WELFARE:: Gerry Pes-; IS THE TIME

guest speaker to bring this mes don, 0.; Mrs. James F. Freeman, ,totnik chairman; Theo. Dandridge.

sage. Lawrenceburg, Ind. I IMr. DISASTER RELIEF AND DE-' TO BUYo

Sunday evening, the new officers and Mrs. Fred Rotsel New-I I FENSE: Tom Eddy, chairman I

of the Woman's Society of .port. Beach, Calif.; Col. and' VOUTH .ATHLETIP5v JSt-
; Christian Service will be lntiX& b..,.,... .'fMUSA7 retired), Columbus Dandridge, chairman. -

Also, a part r. fibs program will 0.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles I I

} E v& CllE''showing of slide pictures Boegli, Springfield O; Mr. and Building Materials Will

portraying the uses to which the Mrs Earl G. Davis, Athens, ; "CALL GEORGE"Do
Benevolent Mrs. E. M. Larson and Be Available
offerings of the church 0.// Shortly
c are applied. Gloucester, Mass.; Mrs. R You
Own A
Brockband, Arlington Mass
; ,
Y Mr.
Next
Wednesday evening at the -0-
it and Mrs. George Morris, Colonial
Mid-week service, "The Fine Chrysler?
Art
Park, Pa., and J. C. Byrd Winns-
of Using" a recent book by Dr.
Prices
From
boro S. C. Range
Ralph Sockman Minister of Christ Dodge?

Church, New York City, will be DAUGHTER BORN $300 to $2200VENICE

reviewed. Weighing five and three-quar- DeSoto?

ters pounds, a daughter was born 1 o
TO HOSPITAL January 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Plymouth?

Frank Raeburn, operator of the Smith at their Nokomis home. The ..

Venice Beach Casino who has new> arrival, named Melissa Arietta If so, whenever your cir

been ill with stomach trouble, last Smith, has three sisters, Betty, 9; needs attention, bring it to
ui, or Just "Call LANDCOMPANY
Tuesday night was taken to Sarasota Juanita, 8, and Mildred, 6, and a Venice 2581. George,
f hospital. brother, Robert 3.

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January'17, 1947 VENICE
GONDOLIER
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ENGLEWOOD House MaintenanceAnd FINED 150 t** MMMMM+f.. *

ELECTRIC. F- .- Unll"COMPANYA. .ho' Service Co. Winter VisitorsRecent I Jesse Cohen, operator of a beer BUSINESSAND
Be, aVENGLEWOODa Ave."aood New parlor In the Venice Negro quarters -
Will and Better BU''I' Venice Firm was fined $50 by County
FolloW Fair Dealing" Judge Forrest Chapman of Sarasota PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY
la full signatures In
swing this week the regis
RED J. KRUtA Prop. are op. last week after being found
Phone Venice 14M eratlons of one of Venice'i newest tration book at the Venice-Noko-
guilty of assault. Cohen was arrested
business ventures, the House mis Chamber
of Commerce In. by Officer Herb Hanchey 111111111111111111111111
DECORATING Maintenance and Service Co., located cluded
[PAINTING : after he had allegedly struck a

phone at 2086.H. 219. West Miami avenue, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Akin, Chau- Negro woman on the head with a WILLIAM ATTORNEY LAMAR ROSE

tauqua, N. Y. Mr. and pistol.
; Mrs. Cloyd AND
F. McMahon and Gage S. COUNSILOR.AT.LAWTITLE
4 N. Hemmlg, Brant Beach, N. J.; TRANSACTIONS
Hodgin are owners of the firm, Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Fegley, NEW GONDOLIER Phone Punta Gorda 211 or 251

which plans to offer a service that Carbondale, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl TELEPHONE NO.

will take care of everything a Myers, Sebring, Fla.; Dean and
Dr. H. J. HoeppnerPHYSICIAN
Mrs. Howard 3131
house needs in repair and main E. Enders School of
Science, Purdue University, West
tenance from foundation to roof. Hollywood Apt..HoUl-Miami Avt.Hr .
Lafayette Ind.
/ eF. Although an even more complete J0.12, t.S Phone 2531
service will be offered when Martin B. Yontz, Ithaca, N. Y.; RALPH WILHELM
Charles G. Kingsbury, North PLUMBING HEATING
M. LANIUS BOX Phone is. Venle IM sufficient capable help is obtained Adams, Mass.; Dr. and Mrs. C. N. AND REPAIRS James E. Blades, M. D.
the firm right now does up- Pace (president, Hamlin University "No Job Too Large, No Job I 80S St. Augustine Avt.
Too Small"Venice
PHONES: Office S251-Hom. 1134
), St. Paul, Minn. Mr. .
; and Mrs. 2315 Sarasota 70-642 HOURS 10.12 2 to I, Except
Herbert L. Haskell, Norton P. O. Box 1652 Sarasota Thursday and Saturday P. M.
"In the Heart of the Business District" Heights, Conn; Mr. and Mrs. William -

R. Lee, Pleasant Lake, Ind.;I
Helen Peel, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Case, Columbus, HEADQUARTERSFor
EL PATIO HOTELHoward Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. George Cull-

man, Columbus, Ohio. Good Cheer

Whaley, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Collins,

Manager Belding, Mich.; Fred M. Lott,

$3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates Pleasant Lake, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs.F. .

O. Barden, Boyne City, Mich.;a B. AND B. BAR
225 West Venice Avenue VENICE Phone 3572
Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Rinehart, Gal-
ion, 0.; C. C. Rush, Westfield, N. 305 West Venice Avenue

Y.,' Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Budge, BUD NEWBERRY BOB OATMAN
Lafayette, Ind.

INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE Harry H. Offord, Shelter Island,

N. Y.; Mayme Akin, Chautauqua,
VENICE FLORIDA
N. Y.; Margaret Werme, Chau- Passenger Hops

Homeiltes On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties ; tauqua, N. Y.; Mr and Mrs. N. F.

Acreage Farms Rentals Blencoe, Gloversvllle, N. Y.; Mr. $1.50
and Mrs. Robert Jennings, New
See Beautiful Venice and Nearby
RICHARD H. GEDNEY Castle, Ind.; Miss Lisette L. Trunk, :v Gulf Coast From the Air
Monticello, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. S. LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY

R.gaI..d REAL ESTATE Q.wut W. Carr, New Causau, Conn.; Mr. LESSONSGovernmentApproved School
and Mrs. Stewart D. Graham, ,3s .. Continuous EnrollmentJ

Box 261 Phone 1311 Cleveland, 0.; & J AIRCRAFT INC.
I Theatre Building Venice, Fla. \ Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Hall, Radford, ,
** *tt *t ft+* f**+rAT + I AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERSF.
- - -
Va.; R. C. Duke, Lexington, Mich.;
Box 281 E. T. Denham
O. Joyner P. O.
Leon Banard Jacksonville
Fla.jMr. : VENICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6308
GODARD'S and Mrs. M. W. Brown,
Schenectady, N. Y.; Mrs. A. H.

FLYING: SERVICE Bowman, Louisville, Ky.; Mr. and HOUSE MAINTENANCE
Mrl. Howard Worrell, Ardmore,
AIRCRAFT RENTALS I Pa.; Mss Forma Allen, Ardmore AND SERVICEHollywood
Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. *', .... Kurtz:

$5 Per Hour Bennetsville, S. C. Apt-Hotel Phone Bldg.Venice 2085 219 West Miami Ave. '

UPHOLSTERING Cleaning-if..*..to-Order UpholsteringSlip -
Covert, Drapes, Etc-Gen.a e..iwe
FLIGHT INSTRUCTION holstering work of all kinds, makes I ELECTRICAL Repairs-Refrigeration-Houiehold and &",.. '
I slip covers and drapes, does gen. merclal-All Home Appliances
MAIN HANGAR NEW VENICE AIRPORTP. eral sewing, makes electrical refrigeration -. PAINTING-Brush or Spray-In and Outside Bulldlngl-
Trailers, Can, Etc.
Furniture- ..
and appliance repairs,
: ALL KINDS OF CARPENTER WORK
carpentry work, and both brush

0. BOX 42 NOKOMIS. FLA. PHONE (533 and spray painting of buildings,,
furniture and automobiles.

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BOLDT AND SONS NEW GONDOLIER GRAPEFRUIT and ORANGESFOR

rl ADDRESS SALEBY
Plumbing Waterproofing I
313 W. VENICE AVE. :
Painting, Exterior and Interior THE BUSHEL OR HALF-BUSHEL

Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication FRUIT SHIPPED

FOR QUICK, RELIABLE

FREE ESTIMATES SERVICE, CALL Stone Farm Assn.

VENICEPLUMBING
SHOP !1/4 Mil Northwest of K. M. I. Drive Out St. Augustine Ave.
-01 PHONE VENICE 2962
i I Box 14, Venice Phone 2153

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mob SEEN 'ISLORDSHIP / ( STATEMENT OF CONDITION


? VENICE:NOKOMIS BANK


VENICE, FLORIDA

r DECEMBER 31st, 1946


CONDENSED FROM REPORT TO COMPTROLLER

LIABILITIES. .
RESOURCES

Loans and Discounts S 169,358.12 Capital Stock S 25,000.00

79.8Z
Overdraft Surplus > 15,000.00

Banking Furniture House and, Fixture < ,
Premium on Bonds Purchased 250.00 Reserves 3,969.11
B02-94
Everyone enjoys the circus with IU "men on the flyingtfp.ie. Other Resource 201.00Corporlte
8. Government Dividends Unpaid
drink by
favorite
enjoy your
Just as you can dally U.B d 624,365.00
all cf which *
-
keeping supplied with the proper Ingredients .
are available In preferred. brand at PONDERS. -- Stocks 2,500.00CASH DEPOSITS 1,233,575.71
and due
PONDER"Sa from Banks 464,500.10 1OG1,455.10
MM
7,746,98 1,277,746.08MEMBER
$
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a FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION


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.. hll 7W I LIFE IN THE ROAR ,KANE I II VKNICE.NOKOMU CHURCH ETH0DI61

lay
Point. Nokomis
;t H Maurlec. Felton,111rots
10 a.m Sunday Sclool.
11 a.m. Morning Worship7.p.

,I ,.TOung. F; Iowahip. coGroup..

f \ "1 do not agree with a word you say, but I will payer Wednesday.and song 7.8a service.' n.. llid..*

t' defend with my life your right to say it.-VOLTAIRE -

t ;( Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 313 Welt FIRST Nassau BAPTIST at Miami CHURCH Avenue
fl Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 632 Telephone Venice 3131. Venice
D.
Campbell
Crawford
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION 10 a.m. Bible Clans Pillar
I, NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION 11 Lm. Morning aen'Ice
1'30 p.m. B.Y.l'I'
Entered n aecond-claH matter June (, 1946, at the post officeat 7'30 p.m. Evening service
Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. OC prayer Wednesday service;! 7 do pin 1114.vy

Subscription rates: One year, $250; alx months, $160; three -
months 75c. Classified advertising rate: 2 cent per word, first 20 t s.w .. OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH
I words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. Rev Henry Johnson,
Pasta
vg 1..f 10 a. m. Sunday
_I' CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ___'__H__ Editor and Publisher Morning: service; 6 11 School, m. B.: II a. a
HELEN WILLIAMS ...N..N..N..N..N..N..HN..N.H Office Manager P. m. Evening service; Rednei,1 T. U.1 I
p. m", prayer meeting

"t NIGHT FIREWORKS TO BE ST. MARK'S CHURCH-EPISCOPAL"

FEATURED AT STATE FAIR 07 Riviera St and Palermo ?,...
,
pr Leonard \\'. s. xnktr. Recto
444I a m. Sunday R,1 i, ? ,I.
IQ,0, TAMPA, Jan. 16.-Fireworks pageantry in which the latest In- 11 a m Morning t .r\u'"

)41: :; no\'aliens in pyrotechnics, developed during World War II, will climax t CHURCH-OF COD

"tj. grandstand programs at the Florida State Fair every night from February Venice Avenue

\\J 4 to 15, P. T. Strieder, general manager, announced here. Rev. C. D. J.rnlgin, Pans i
e 10
: Contracts for the 11 productions._ V1 11 a.m., Sunday School,
a.m l'rea.hlna
OINNE: is SERVEDNs
," have been closed with the Thearle- I I 7'30 p m. PreRchl".
been in circulation Thursday, 7:30: pail,, .
.ffl Duffield Fireworks Co, of Chicago I just put service. Toung peoply
: ( producers of the World Fair throughout the state. (A copy is Friday, T-' p.m i I.. nrtlt supper.
pageants at both Chicago and New available for consultation at Th

t York and recently at the Orange Gondolier office.) Two Ve-No-Hi Students To VENICE Gull Theatre CATHOLIC, Venice CHURCH Avenue

:; Bern in Miami. Venice
Exhibiting counties Pinellas
,
t : It will be the greatest display Pasco, Hernando, Manatee, Lee, Compete For ScholarshipsCharles lam Rev. MIIBPI C. L. IlKlnn, r' pester

a.; of fireworks ever seen in Tampa, Highlands, Polk, Volusia, Gadsden,
'I Manager Strieder promises. Not Marlon and Charlotte, will be giv- Wjnne of Venice and Jackie Evans of Englewood have

i only will the novel shells that send en $1200 each towards expensesby been chosen as the Venice-Nokomis High School students "most likely
to make important contributions to human progress" and will compete Charm
: rockets screaming across the skies Florida State Fair, besides com
in colorful design be shown, but peting for cash prizes in special with seniors from other high schools throughout the United States

artisans will portray famous national classification. Hillsborough County and its territories for the 121 four-year college scholarships and more Beauty

l' figures in huge frames in as a unit, presiding as host than 600 $50 certificates of merit being offered again this year by the

I outlines of colored fire. county does not participate in the Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Board. Salon

e .e'" j, The fireworks displays will close awards but entries from individ- Principal Homer Mikesell ol f

each night performance in front uals, competing for cash, are acceptable Ve-No-Hi said Wynne and Evans, PLEADS GUILTY Trials
anrf Luclli22S
,\\1 of the grandstand when lights can the catalog states. on Friday February 14, at th Halted on the Tamiami Trail

:1 be lowered and other performers Classifications listed in the pre- school, will take an aptitude test five miles north of Venica T West V Avenue

1 i have departed from the arena to't' mium book for displays include, which has been especially prepared State Highway .Patrolman Frank Pho '1

points of vantage that are safer. canned and cured meats, dairy for this competition by the Col-' Parclnski, a Undented f IIIMo '
't'4! More than $40,000 will be paid products, tropical, citrus and other lege Entrance Examination Board Charles V, Logue, last week ptauH :: t -

,, out in premium inducements to fruits, cocoanuts, beef and dairy an independent testing board com-, ed guilty before Ctmty''Judge

.; 1 exhibitors at the State Fair, the cattle, women's handicraft, tint posed of representatives of Amer-, Forrest Ch.jnnan In Sansota to tr :
t
; 1; largest prize figure in the history arts, educational work, plants and 1 cola largest colleges and universi, Barges of "reckless drlvinf" and NEW HOURS

of the exposition, according to the flowers, poultry, rabbits and ties. "operating a motor reticle with-

premium catalogs which have cavies, honey, fish and game Pair Tilt out having a valid state driver'
.t 1
Pt'" _i-t To assure complete fairness tall o license" He was fined $25 and

414 :! candidate.! throughout the $16.25 court costs on the first ALLEYS OPEN
--
A Prlvllta* to-"O 'n Florida ,I country, he said, the test will arrive charge, and $5 and $12.25 court MONDAY 10 a. m. to lip. ,
I 6 F at his office in a sealed pack- costs on the second one.
r A Distinction to Live In Venice age and is not to be opened until TUES.-FRI. 3 p. m. to 11 p..111.

the day of the examination and Tropical SAT. 4 SUN-1 p. m. to 11pm
Boat Ride
H. N. WIMMERS then only in the presence of the River

candidates.Two 2-Hour Trip Dally
f r7 k Realtor faculty members will be 1 and 3 P. M. Fare $1.00 GRILL OPEN

present throughout the twohourtest ON MYAKKA THE BEAUTIFUL WEEKDAYS a. m. to 11 p.m
RIVER
VENICE FLORIDA and immediately upon its con- Water Always Calm
SUNDAY 3 p. m. to lip. m,
clusion
the papers will be collected -
Where the Tamlami Trail Meets the Open Gulf Fishing Boats
1Si and sent at once for scor- For $2.00

i ing to the Board.College Entrance Examination RentPEARSON'S VENICE



i IS THERE SUCH A THING AS Other factors Other to Factors be taken Into ON-THE.MYAKKA VENICE BOWLAKADEAND

consideration in choosing the win- PHONE 2174 GRILL

a ners will be the school record,
PERFECT 245 West Miami Ave
leadership ability, and financial Gas on Stomach
need of the candidates. All win- Phone 2661EASONS

ners will be announced April 18. Relieved in 5 minute orSSrrfW

If either young Wynne or Evans Whelk, area double aimm.rh: your. arld I money rvne.Painful.back euRnrat. -
WOMANHOOD ? Ina Fu Four nm"i! ., and .. :. .. :
wins one of the Pepsi-Cola Schol lna. ra5!, _. ftTaiS
arships, he will have his full ,
1 tion and certain incidental fees tui- IHH: i double at :Jan drueala mmq k ----1: bottle le e W

"No" -claim medical authorities who ought to millions
paid for four increasing
know Nature to
I years
has so constructed and physically any accred- Back With
endowed woman that In many cases she's ited college in the United States he i Snap
apt to suffer
during her life certain distressing symptoms wishes to attend In addition he,
For Instance, when she enters IICH CNECMW
Iwomanhood-or during the menopause, the will receive an allowance of $25 a
period when fertility ebbs away. -of Money 11101.;
(month during the
four school For quick mid tam
Now If on 'certain days' of the month itcblntr cases by enema.
male functional monthly disturbances-are fe years, plus traveling expenses at athlete'condltorr loot ocabloe ptmpf.and other 1=

i causing and you feel to suffer from pain, nervous distress the rate of three cents a mile for D.D.D.PREacstmeN.A doom medicated.'s tamula,
so tired, cranky you snap at creaseless and stalniew Soot,
one aomf is sad
round-trip
your children and from home to
husband-then do try LYdia college qwcl&l alms intense Itdti 36e trial bottle
E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to relieve each year. P'OY"it, bock.DoG_t iliff...,Aat
JOUr
such symptoms* Its lamout for this purpose. dru lat too'day Ice Do Do, Do, IPI'IOII, g gme togdmps

Mad ESPECIALLY For Girls and Women D > headachediscomforts of neural patifW

ire Plnkham's Compound DOES MORE than Tide Tables
relieve Hard
such monthly pain It ALSO relieves accompanying Coughing Spells ft Measured In pw*
Oak
nervous tension irritability and weak VENICE INLET EJ': fonntcr M linil 1o1'
hlghstrung feelngs-when! due to this Resulting From
Taken regularly thruout the month-cause.this Date (Punta sees Correction) Colds \Proof of merit Same W t<*
great medicine helps build High Low When I cfflturj
up resistance one-thW
your cold
against such distress. A thing! any sensible FrI., Jan 17 .__... |:62p,m. 4:23am troublesome cough,brings 011 a pasty fata*. cm
woman should want to do I Sat, Jan 11 .___ 9:38P.m. 6:11a.m.: say drug store for a spend 45 cents at l1.
bottle
Lydia Pinkhamls Compound Is also very Sun., Jan 19 ...._.. 1025pm: E:5Ca.m. LEY'S, C4NADIOL JIXTURB of: _BUCK-triple D labordtor7 tcatid,
effective to relieve hot flashes and those funny, e Man, Jan. 20 _N..I1lIp.m.: *:>7am. Ung-to relieve, Coughing fut., BUCK:
} 62 embarrassing-when due feelings to the functional during the years 38 to Tue ., Jan. 21 ?.... 2:63p.m. 7:16a.m.11:63p.m. : thick LETS, sticky acts promp jy to help loam up R, In prto ranrt of 00706
peculiar to 'middleage'period : t:llpm. throat phlegfa riot. Irritated l I"ilDdlloaIIeLa.a&IaDl>
women. \V d. Jan 22 _._. 15pm: membrlllea and ease bard COUIb-
750am dirso"
I Plnkham's Compound Is north trytngl : Inc lpene. So try It the very neat time use only si
a cold
_/! 1..._ RJ..u L L VEGETABLE Thun, Jan. 23 _.12:33a.m.: I 15pm::23am co ugh. results Find out for a _,0UI'M1t kIIIg. Justubbom st bow 84a -TirI I
1:3p: ;; m. B9pm. good It t. for Coughs due
to
,.
colds
Oet a
COMPOUND FrI., Jan 24 ___ 1:10a: m. t::57a.m.8:66p.m. BUCICLEY'8 CANADIOL MtXTt1RII- "
: 7:45p.m. guts made In the V.8.4.-TOD.A.T-.II drug .I



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January 17, 1047 .
I VENICE GONDOLIER 1


(ligator Safari' BEAUTIFICATIONContinued WRAP WET GARBAGE- Page Five


anized Here ( from wee 1) At its last meeting the city I Venice Bowlers I '
council nei- Venice :
alligator safari and wild life Tiley that the $1,000 fund would ordinance adopted a garbage Bowlakade Drop Match Here
j not include which provides
the cost of that Women's
conducted last certain
Tuesday
League
\II was services, such as haulage everything, including papers, may To Sarasota Squad
guests of the Venezia Hotel, and la- oe put Into j
bor, which one receptacle, but
the re-
city would !
boat from Pear'I.Myakka furnish.
chartered a quires
that
In an effort to clear "wet" garbage be Although getting off to a good
W
for an outing on the up that L
wrapped fine start "
by
Councilman nntpl
,point, the council had Mrs George Trolh'r e 0 capturing the first game, :
Helga Park
lakkaEiver. Roess-Siede Botts cast the lone dissenting vote I'Imlll1 122 a a Venice bowling team wilted in
city clerk
Riedl and Major read the against the X'o.I"\\'o" .. .13 t the final J
ommodore minutes of the May 21 wrapping provision of L Iorl' ..... .. ... A A two games and dropped 1
ott organized the expedition and Tilley'i letter meeting the ordinance, arguing such a requirement "lIlm' Orlll ... ... '" !J 9 0 a 2587 to 2440 match to a visiting ;

directed the observation of beautification plan in outlining detail and his is unnecessary I J.IIIl'j.I: Htnun Aircraft: .'':: ., :::. :...:: ..."... ,: g 1n Ix: :: Sarasota quintet last Sunday nighton

d We Important incidents of offering to AVERAGES the Venice Bowlakade alleys
taken in color and supervise the work (Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan, Balint of the
trip were without charge. NEW LIQUOR HOURS League Secretary) Sarasota squad had

1 be exhibited later. The tropi- Under terms of the Rhnttley, Vince I high game, 208, and high series,
The minutes liquor ordinance Svcs dc, I'Inen .. : : :. Jl
disclosed that the .:::: :..:: : 597 for
and winding course of "Ei the night. J. J.
foliage council adopted by the city coun- k..l/lloll. T. "ark .. ... .. \III Jossait,
had voted to appropriate I III k. ('harm ... .. captain and
enjoyed by all. cil anchor
ril'er'ere $1,000 for the work at Its last meeting, Venice bars 1'lIr\\.I, Nmltty's _... to 1.n man of the local -

[embers of the party were as $250 to be made available, but with only may now remain open until 2 a. m.I'eekda's I'Ad.rJlln,.nrirk; : Plops Nentlewtsd I ...:.::.:::. : 'h m team keglers, had high series for his

nee: Mr. and Mrs. Frank J.Ftt immediately \ and Sam. Sundays. II""lh.: Trollt f'Ark .......,....... ..n....10 502, while Jud Curwood's

New Hampshire; Mr. and the nature, and that of the $1.000 was in I 1 Earl;:; ,'.l'TArr.'IIt; : .....:.. ....:.:.:::. ... tin 198 was high game for the Venetians -

;. Wm Ochse, New Jersey; Mr. a 'levohing fund"to l l i;law,.s., I+!Inittv's: !. _- ?".......... "...... .. 112 .

R. Fowler Saskatche- be replenished, in effect, by CLASSIFIEDADS i : ":::' .. Ml loIoT.WIlk/ r. I"Leo" 1-7-
E :
.
j Mrs contributions from time .1 K""(tl.p V nlluwx.d : : m 1" li! Mm'. :''Is :'" nl"I 1 1'i_,, "i,1.
to
Mr. and Mrs. time Hull II'I ,. II 1. lie ,J II I,, llti', ,,_.
n, Canada; E. R.dey from NIlen'aN1] .... 111I I"IIIU' |
private citizens interested in. Smith, I url i. .. I 17' li I- I \1"1. 1 1" I I11"1 ;; ,I. _',
Illinois; Mrs. C. A. Pratt, or benefitting I Ullamii' : I aim' Irlll":i iI ': .. W, ,\ : ; I: 1 : v ars. "I.I I I J. jI'__
I from, the beautifica- (to Hardu f'hnrlll I :' ".01.1 i, \. 101 i i;; i ", .t, _
sours, Miss Clara A. Bromley, I 1"'I 1'('i. 1 ,;. I I"
tlon project ,wjiaiB SeWMsTrsri Ihlt.H, fnrl'o .. J. I : '
.n. t.'nlt"cknlnn. \"', i'i _
| Suggest Charm :: ::
1 Mrs. G. Leland, New Jersey; Delay the Ilxn,'hcr. Nmht'v'" .... ... 1"r 1"d: I
At this point, Councilman Finn the accepted over lilrlIII. I I'alm i iiinl Grill .',
net Garafalo, New York; Mrs. telephone (3131) up to 8 P. m. ,v. 1 aim i .h.h... I'
ttrlll
iii Suter and Louis Suter, Jr., Caspersen, who was not a mem- vert'.er Thursday' will,, with remit undiretandiiiii ad.. ,,1 lr"hor.l:;: :: 1. KmlttVENICE ', : 1::; I
ber of the council payment promptly. Ilkee, X..tl.w.,1 .. I" ',
when )
ice; and Frank A. Riedl, Mich- the beautification i' : n, r. ..tPratt .. .. .
work was launched last l'erl'n : 1::; I
n, and Mr and Mrs. Wm. A fon" e hurm
obs, New York.ATTEND 'year, suggested that the matter be FOR SALEII ii. Ilnynen' .1 K J '' I"N 1'1',
tabled until the next Farrar., J R 1'nrk" .. Ic.. UAKRr/A MODERN
meeting, observing 1WINwN. "1-11-111,0101' tn..tnr, '.15. \1 Trelh r :: J
.
.
I' iii : Palm .
: ragInd .url. Grill'T
cr/ee/ Stilt 11111. I.e FARMS
..SOWING UOTEMPORARILY
"'''''0.. J'III,'" ., it
FORUM "It seems there was a complete :'Ml.. (.\)11'1 1t. !M ?? tn n. ('hlilra,11. I' I. moth, I'nns'
; ; CAW
llore! than 50 students of Ven- \ :i... "t"c, tuilikirl told Ice L.'x.. I Hamilton. i"f"Park n7 NOWM4 rHcr
misunderstanding between Mr "Iili' I. "stn III X-4--in, Plasm
Nllmel) l< 1"0 UII. :'"
l-Vokornis high school attendedMonday' Tilley and rag' 1'h"n.J1l.. 1"11" Palm flrlll n I /w CcovER.I .
the council and it seems I:. 1I.1)'h". J k J
I 74
tri-county youth obvious that the council can't do 1 niniuim \\"<..n.limit 2-h"r.o Irnller. I
dens forum In the Golf Street I'Kuairo' b"h, Until with ,plywood, II I
anything to straighten this out until Mill N |aratnr and heavy mra'Inrlilr ".. Cnn.
'
Cerium in Sarasota. Dorisch v" 0 rover. X.'Rrly n"w 6.ron It 16 sir., I
Mr. ,
Tilley and Councilman III- ply IIr.., heavy Irllillf hitch, \l'vll' [ BOWLAKADE
the local
represented schoolthe gel get together Then we can take I'l't'vl'
evening session of the action at WISCIININ and 1 MEN'S r 4ar
our next meeting. )tripes Rtrlutnn LEAGUE
m. ( 1111\"" air ro"I'd inches. 1''I.II'r
Caspersen'i motion to table was a nil I:.rp.ll.rhaft,. Itudd' r, end i
haft ] ,
n.urcvyIpIdnu drive, No. ,
adopted, but Mrs. Mundy insisted k"1n1N.
DAUGHTER W LftlrIAn'
that the city attorney be asked \ .
.II 4'enl
BUSINESS
Mrs Raymond T. Pet- concerning the "legality" of Tilley' PERSONALSI1EXIn.I smltty'e\ ,'e l" oNI 13 6 I

Englewood original letter and N IIU'LINK; and trmklngrj'n Venice Laundry 12 e
Eand are the pa- whether !"rlllll'bi dump truck lhon U p
fu t II. do U.
7 I
f."lo
baby girl, born Januaryt the council isn't required "to standby IIljf..I'. Appliances. 6 I
I, I'llIh. .. .
5 III
t the Sarasota Hospital. Named its agreement. City Attorney OILING' f.r nil kind*. Open truck orM'NTS ":lIrl'o 111rr 1111 .. .. r. 13
M. A. Braswell agreed to review "hm/Ven. trailer. Thoi- j \-nlop Lulnher j III
la Ruth Peterson the Itcnultn: 11"ndav, AilrUui'n' ihf.ated
new i
the whole matter from a legal \ inIjiundn, a to li; Wednenday, !
val neighed eight pounds. standpoint. l FOR RENT lu Venice U. Food defeated H. und U. 1 I -
I
I H.\,V BOAT for niinnnl rental, 16 feet
l ,"". nub 'Inh"rt m"tor. R.ftlon.nhle. MEET TONIGHTThe I CLOSED11M
Cnll 3379. A. \\'. MuremenH .

PUBLIC NOTICEThe .HMtlii. ,D haws or apartment with Lemon Bay Woman's Club I
.' .li .ilr""nw. fur one or Iwo months will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in
electingb X"I"ml' 1. Mr.. O. V. AlldrWito, the Woman's clubhouse at Engle- I

City Council will lit it a Zoning Commission at III .\I'\ltT.\II'XTI4) Fllll RENT wood, with Major Jonas as the

regular meeting Tuesday, 21st .:.i) tu fed Pi.r Month guest speaker. Senior and junior
January at 8:00 P. M., In the Phone Ia
City Office, and will accept petitions from Interested parties .\1." t"rnlI".1 room with private high students will be special guestsat I
.
1.lh. two hh'b from (1IIIt. the
meeting.
with regard to the use zoning of specific properties. Such i

petitions will receive due consideration In the drafting of a LOST

new zoning ordinance. nutk' "171 %"Sel'l tl.
nrrttnliin tenon.
'''Hh t?n,,Ivi-nhill rlnm Rctiirn t" II J. J. (Joe)
I I'ill., /1"lvl..llr' ., James P (-retmnnPTUI1 .
CLYDE V. HIGEL, Mayor It.."nrvl. JOSSART I

1,11:11 1 ,: 'I:D I I.. .n-h towel -.n
Tr.lil II'i ir N"k"ml* l>rl lue. If found,
1'1, ,,,. I ill, t', Ilk,' 3131. andG.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE L (Kin)
VENICE GARAGE \
e KINCAID
57 Acres

AND SERVICE STATIONDICK nil root nn Tamlnml Trail [ '. _. Mohler Bldg. P. O. Box 13+
323 W. Venice Ave. VENICE
RICH 9:'n Feet on DRY Phone 2665
Small Leland Off Shore

WASH AND POLISH LUBRICATION f $19,000 "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"


Pick-Up and Delivery ServiceWe : 107 Acres On Trail

$60 Per Acre
Feature STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSOn I RELAXAt

the Trail VENICE Phone 2161 I !J/2 Mile' Gulf Frontage

I $50 a Front Foot


Homes Small Estates


NEW RECORDS $6,000 to $45,000H.N.Wimmers smitty's tavern

Heart" Operatic Aria, "Old Lamp Lighter" ..._ 63o
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Pmza conducted by Hal Derwin

-Bruno Walter Island"; Album $5.10 "Buttermilk Sky"Dennis......_ 63cnushabye 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice
-'_? 53c Halt
'"si. Frank Sinatra "For Sentimental! REALTOR

" ".>gM Benny Bubble"Goodman 53c Reasons"King?Cole..Trio......._ 63c VENICE, FLORIDA "Best Drinks In Town At Popular Prices"w

A Good Day" ..._._ 53c "Zip-A-Dee, Doo-Dah" 63c
Gene Krupa Johnny Mercer FOR SALE
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PACKAGE DEPARTMENT
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ALPHA MUSIC SHOP : In the center of Venice en large lot,

111",Wi"v2.PAHy.LCO| and TBOMBBRO-CARLSON Radio D hone I'JMJ I : 14-ROOM INN
SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK
RADIO REPAIRS-RADIOS RENTED '
'I with 1't bathe 2 rooms,and.fcltch. ty

enette end kitchen.apartment Price, large Include dining all room fur. I Merito Imported Port Wine _________Fifth $1.95


TACKLE seas. I niehlnge, Priced at only Imported Spanish Sherry ___________Fifth $1.95 '4'

$25,000

Everything for the Fisherman Carstair's White Seal ______________Fifth $3.49 '
Cash 13,000, balance 1100 per I
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Items I In And Look Over The -Most Modern of All Boats month. >% yearly for mortgage.. Calvert's Reserve ________________Fifth $3.99 ,
Also, many other listings at reasonable rd

ptASTIC This 14-Foot ,I prlcee. Lord Calvert ____________________Fifth $4.25 a
RUNABOUT THAT'S ALMOST INDESTRUCTIBLE For Information, can ..

Venice 32>1, or eee Gallagher & Burton White

r PLASTIC AGE Harold L. Sleeper Label ______________________Fifth $3.99

r the BOAT & EQUIPMENT CO. I S07 Meet Venice Ave. Martini & Rossi Vermouth _________Fifth $1.99 t
< 'Trill NOKOMIS Phone 27B3 I VENICE, FLORIDA


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VENICE GONDOLlDPae. Friday, January
SIx 17,

\.\ AIRPORTContinued ters, as well as adding this cityto St. Mark's Guild Red Cross Workers C. of C. to Hold

+ those they already serve. Continue Sewing
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,: 46 Cities To Hold Benefit Membership Drive
( from Page 1) The Skylines firm plans to cover January 27 Having completed their full Here Next
I Party MonthPlans
p now with headquarters in the 46 Florida cities in the near future quota of SO skirts, women of the
T4f, main hangar, is making arrange- to provide connections with St. Mark's Guild is sponsoring local American Red Cross sewing for a membership J
' ments for use of other buildings all with bridge and group this week were on the last to be conducted the *
( air lines going not only to partsof a benefit party I first"
,,4 on the field. Godard, besides doIng the nation, but to South Amer- bingo, at the rectory of the churchat lap of their 25-dress: assignment, February have been disclosed?
J. light plane maintenance and 27.1 dresses still to be the
ica as well. It already operates A 8 p. m. Monday, January with six more Venice-Nokomi Chamber
! >1'Y repair work, offers flight instruc- direct Jacksomille-to-New York The public is cordially invited. I finished, it was reported by Mrs. Commerce. President
to rent, and air taxiservice. den
); tion planes. an line. Tickets, priced at $1 and including I Charles McG. Roberts. will serve as chataaJJ.
6. The Fette firm will act as playing and refreshments,' Mrs. Roberts said the volunteer committee in charge
\. 4, Jim Harter, airport manager I sales representative for several may be obtained from Mrs. H L.' workers will continue to meet at nounced the drive will fcfoLj
.' for Fette Aircraft, has been In light planes of well-known make I Mundy, president of the Guild, the Venice-Nokomis Methodist I by an election to name iZ.
r ,.'. Venice for several days, making to fill
: vacancies
7. Harter disclosed that plansare phone 3171; Mrs. George Surls, Church every Thursday morning on the bout
,1 pielimlnary arrangements for the well under way whereby Venice phone 2941, or Mrs. H A. Curtice from 9 a. m. to noon, until further Harry Beach, secretary ml
': transfer of Fette equipment and will become an official port of Saunders, phone 2612. notice, as the need for clothingfor C. ofC.andTomWredetrvJ:
personnel from Tampa Yesterday entry for freight airlines operating foreign relief distribution still been chosen to represent thT
he advised Vincent Fette and Bob I
between this county and Mexico remains great. She praised the fine cal chamber at the first ,
LOSE *
TEAMS &
BOTH
Grantham, of the firm,
co-owners done the six meeting of the
and South America. work being by women Southwest Ita
M ,; and J. H Rinehart, their executive Incidentally, Harter likes Venice (| Opening their 1947 season, the from Treasure Island, three from Council, to be held in Tampa
and
assistant, that virtually all is Venice-Nokomls high girls'
very much. He has his own Nokomis and two from Venice, and February 11.
:1 t in readiness for them to move into bo>s' basketball teams last Friday,
: plane and labels flying conditions urged that any others interestedIn The Venicc-Nokomu
,} 'i y the airport next week. The Fette I night in the KMI gym here dropped c. ot
I 1 here "idea!." Coming from a man I I assistng with the sewing come will enter a float in the
invading squads San,
, lease from the city is formally effective games to cage
"i who has had 13: j ears' experiencein to the church any Thursday mornIng Sota pageant In Sarasota
next Thursday. from Boca Grande
aviation, mostly maintainingand I month.
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,3F; 5. Harter also reported that arrangements servicing army aircraft allover The girls lost by a score of 33
made 17, while the boys succumbedto
e. are being the world, that statement to
whereby 'Skjlines Airlines," operating I the more experienced Boca
means something.
'. MASONRY
'Joi luxurious, 22 passenger' Flew 'The Hump' Grande five, 37 to 19. CONTRACTORSCement
I DC-3 planes connecting 26 Florida '
Harter, during the war, was
will make Venice Floors Block
cities Airport Laying
connected with the war depart-
\ t'' I Hump" route. Recently severing
d. their fleet maintenance headquar-
ment in civilian and
"' ,r. a capacity
;3 was stationed not only at numer- his connection with the ATC, he Plastering Stuccoing

ous points in the United States, but returned to the States, and was in FREE ESTIMATES PHONES
.. : NEW HOURS 2438
in South America Africa, and:I California when the Fette firm
l I" .' 8 *. m. to 2:30: p. m. throughout the Pacific aiea Dur- ''contacted him and asked him to JUD GUY
6 p. m. to 10 p. m. ing the past year, he was on the( CHARLES
: become of their Venice
% :1' t; Closed Wednesdays, Except Air Transport Command's TokyotoKarachi manager
J.+ Fountain Only Will Be Open India, "over the{Airport activities He accepted andarrived CURWOOD
'I'. "p 6 to 10 p. m. ( here last week.
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f: 1 Rates Reasonable KETTLE
Swimming I Pool I INN
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519 S. Harbor Drive VENICE A NEW NAME -

1 I Phone J15SHfi _______.. ,
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PEPPER TREE TEA ROOM LANIER'S

Triangle Inn Venice, Fla.

Full Course and Special Plate Dinners From 90c

Business Men's Lunch From 65c

Served Dally Noon to 2:30 P. M. 5 to 7:30: P. M. Dry Goodsand

Sunday, Noon to 2:30: P. M.

t "Our Food Is Delicious"FOR

RESERVATIONS PHONE VENICE 2703



ReadyToWear


Nokomis Lodge Dining Room


SPECIAL DINNER
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Roast Leg Of Spring LambWITH Policies of the Establishment You Have Long

MINT JELLY

$1.65Other Known As



h Dinners From $1.40 to $2.35 LANIER'S VARIETY STOREAt

FISH STEAK CHICKEN CHOPS
COOKED TO ORDEROn


the Tamlaml'1 Trail, 1 Mile North of Venice Phone 2872 213 West Venice Avenue I
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We Have Discontinued All Paint and


Hardware Lines,
PINES HOTELVENICE
But We Are Greatly Expanding Our


FLORIDA Stock of DRY GOODS, HOUSEWARES

Phone Venice 3101 I AND MEN'S AND WOMEN'S CLOTHING


100 ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH ''I New Nationally Advertised MerchandiseIs

Telephone, Fan and Steam Heat
+ Arriving Daily
$700 PER DAY i

1a.. S4500 PER WEEK (DOUBLE) i We Have Rearranged Our Store To Make It

Visit Our EL RUMBA ROOM I Easier; Than Ever To Shop Here.: Please

Come In And Look Around
DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE


Dancing NightlyOutside Open 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturdays Until 8:30: P. M.


Patio and Sun Deck MRS.'GERTRUDE LANIERk1

SULPHUR SWIMMING POOL

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