Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00050
 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 24, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
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 )
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: UF00079934:00050
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Urge for Venice:
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A New School
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Road to Arcadia

A Public Library

L. 1, N0. 47 LAY11aL-O PRTtNOLtWO0D


Mix-Up Is

mm TO Settlement, But Council Again USEOFV.A.A.F.SEMEPLANT

NEXT MEETING Plagued With Garbaae Grief .

Agreeing that
the most impor-
unty Commissioner W. L. tant ---. As
thing about the entire beautification a result of numerous com-
oodard of Laurel and Coun- ,
mix-up Is plaints, both written and
to see that the Plans to make a further investigation -
Road Superintendent J. E. work is NEW EDGEWOOD PARK from irate
carried through business men, the city
opposIng as to the feasibilityof
wards of Nokomis have factions In the dispute con- Street Commissioner George council last Tuesday night votedto using the deactivated Ven-
in invited to attend the next sented at last Tuesday night's city Higel was Instructed by the city [ cancel its tentative garbage col- ice Army Air Base sewage

ting of the Venice Busi- council meeting to meet next council at Its meeting/ last Tues lection contract with A. V. Child- disposal plant, instead of
s Association, to be held Tuesday evening in day night' to |ers immediately.
an attempt to proceed at once building a new plant on the
the Chamber of Commerce devise a work continuance plan. to fix up the new Edgewood Pending other arrangements, shore of Roberts Bay, as pro-
ilding at 8:30: p. m. next Dr. T. S. Thompson, council playground and park, on Coun. Street Commissioner George Higel posed by C. K. S. Dodd, Sarasota

esday. Road matters affecting president, suggested that he, Mayor try Club way, between Myrtle put city trucks and workmen on consulting engineer, were made

section of the county, includthe Clyde V. Higel. Street Cnmmi.--.......-- and Crovelind avenues. A the Job of picking up garbage and by city officials this week.
[ Venice-Arcadia proposed stoner George Higel, and Mrs. Hel- drinking fountain, arbor and refuse. The council, at the suggestionof
\ hway, will be discussed. ga Roess-Siede other Childers had submitted the low I Councilman Finn
city clerk, hold the facilities are to be In. Caspersen,
G. L. Kincaid pointed out that conference with Mrs. H. L. Mun stalled. bid of $3,900 per year when the I authorized Mayor Clyde V. Higel

t public is welcome to attendA. dy and Mrs. R. S. Tilley, who have The action was taken after council called for new garbage r to contact Dodd and see whetherthe

meetings and take part In attacked the council recently for Councilman Finn Ciipenen collection proposals last December, Sarasota engineer believes it
discussions.While what they claimed was that body's pointed out that the city had after its acrimonious row with would be possible to obtain federal

[ unable to attend next failure to carry out its part of the i agreed to Improve the park, Tom McNeil, previous holder of funds for revision of the Roberts
esday night's meeting, County planting program. when It accepted a donation/ of the contract. Bay site plans Dodd has already
perintendent of Public Instruc- Dr. Thompson's suggestion eight lots there from Mrs. H. L. After less than two months of drawn up for the city, at a cost
m Verman came I Mundy several service, the council woke up last of more than $7,000.
of Sara- following submission of a report I years ago, but
week to the fact that it wasn't, Plans of the air base
U has accepted an invitation to on the entire situation by Councilman I had never fulfilled Its promise. sewage
end the February 25 meeting of Finn Caspersen, who was- +. as it had thought, through with the disposal plant, recently acquired
garbage "headache" for awhile.Local .
without cost by the city. also
V.B.A. Kincaid are
reported. not a member of the council at the
I Complaints voiced against Childers to be sent to the State Board of
time that group entered into Sarasota
an City caused the council to hold a Health, seeking that bodv
oted Contraltoo agreement with R. S. I approval -
Tilley, who
special meeting on the subject last .
had offered his !Manager Speaks
gratis in
Sing Hereext Friday, but action was deferred Discuss ProblemA
connection. with the beautificationwork. To Woman's Club until last Tuesday night's regular few hours before the coun-

Thursday I meeting cil session, at an informal meet-
At dispute largely, was the Col. Ross Windom, Sarasota city After various complaints were (Continued on Last Page)
Mrs. Malcolm McMillan of St. council's contention that the city manager, was the guest speaker ata cited, including some charging

ul, Minn., a renowned contralto, had been forced to call a halt to luncheon meeting last Wednesday Childers had picked up garbage No-Vel Post To
dl Jive a concert at the home the planting program after Tilley of the Venice-Nokomis Woman's cans without consent of their own-
Mrs. R. S. Tilley on Harbor had spent more money than was Club, held at the Pines Hotel. He ers, and had tried to sell said own Meet At NewClubhouse

we in Venice, on Thursday eve- authorized. Through Mrs. Mundy, spoke on the value of city plan- ers new garbage cans, the council MondayA
t January 30, at 8:15.: Ann his mother-in-law, Tilley, now absent ning. Sixty-five members and asked Childers for his side of the

undy Tilley, noted pianist, will from the city, insisted the ,,guests were present. argument. nominating committee to pro- \
ay the accompaniment. council had reneged on its agree- Following Col. Windom's formal Among other contentions. he asserted pose officers to be elected March
Mrs McMillan is widely known ment, asserting he had not spent [talk, he answered many questions "I was acting under Mr. 10 will be appointed at next Mon-
concert circles of the Northwest more than the council had au- .pertaining to local matters broughtup George Higel's instructions on day night's 8:30: meeting of No-Vel
id has for many years been solo- thorized. by members and guests of the everything." American Legion post at Its air

I at the House of Hope Presby- Caspersen submitted a lengthy club.Mrs. Councilman Higel "couldn't re- base clubhouse, it was announced
tan Church of St. Paul. She Is !written review of the whole situa- Louise Burtis, president, member" ordering Childers to pick yesterday by Commander T. M.

"I nster-in-law and at present a 'tion. After praising Tilley's work, announced the appointment of Mrs. up any cans, but said, at any rate, Wrede, Jr.Wrede .
'use guest of Mrs. H. L. Mundy and his general concept of the C. S. Alden as chairman of the he had told Childers to return any said the officers elect-
Venice. beautification program. Caspersen club's library committee, In charge cans so picked up when he learned ed at the March 10 meeting will
This is the first concert to be reported: of making arrangements for open- about the complaints. be installed on the night of March

nsored by the Communityce "Undoubtedly, in his enthusiasm, ing of the library for public use. After "firing" Childers, the 24.
Club this year. Members Mr. Tilley exceeded the authority Present plans call for installa- councilmen indicated they would Adjutant B. E. Bowen reminds

"11 be admitted for half price delegated to him by the city council tion of at least part of the libraryin attempt to solve the garbage col- members that the post canteen,

xw Presentation of their mem- not only in the expenditure of the Venice-Nokomis Chamberof lection problem by buying a truck serving free coffee and doughnutsto
"Up cards. Guest tickets, of funds beyond the set limits, but In Commerce office. It will be and having city employees pick up members, will be open under
wh there are a limited num- the sale of plantings to private individuals staffed under direction of the club refuse and trash. Both Councilmen the direction of Ralph Simpson at

t. may be procured from club even though the pro- and will be open to the public Caspersen and George Higel said 8 p. m. next Monday night and

bers at the price of $1.50 each, ceeds were devoted to city beau- from 2 to 4 p m. on Mondays, they believed such a course would urged local Legionnaires to "come
It the Alpha Music Shop. tification Wednesdays and Fridays. It is furnish the only satisfactory solution early".
(Continued on Last Page) (Continued on Page Two) to the problem.
t Mark's Benefit St. Pete Driver

Chairmen Urge Generous
arty To Be Heldext Arrested After

Monday NightA March of Dimes ContributionsAn Crash on TrailA

Laurel youth and two Noko-
benefit bridge and bingo party mis boys narrowly escaped serious
be held at the rectory of.St. appeal to all residents of this mon enemy of all, regardless of has no other means for obtaining injury last Tuesday night when

*k's Episcopal church at 8 area to contribute generously to age or accident of birth-spear- funds, such as endowment, bequests the car in which they were ridingon
clock next Monday, under aus- the March of Dimes campaign, headed by the annual March of or grants. What it gets, it the Trail near Brady's Docks
of St. Mark's Dimes. gets through the March of Dimes
Guild now under way and running
was struck in the rear end by a
The Public ia Invited with $1 through January 30, was made this "Coming as it does in the wakeof and through the March of Dimes light truck driven by Drury E.

t covering cost of refresh- week by Richard H Gedney, Ven- the second worst epidemic of only. King, 25, of St. Petersburg.
*ts M well as playing. Tickets ice chairman of the drive, and the disease ever to ravage our nation "Not only Is the National' Found-
V be obtained from Mrs. H. L. Col. Douglas A. Graham, Engle- the 1947 March of Dimes de ation pledged to do its utmost Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnikof
"Mr, Guild wood director. serves-and will undoubtedly re- when epidemic-or even Individ- Venice, who also Is a deputy
president phone
7lj; Mrs. George Surls, Contribution boxes have been ceive-the fullest support of every ual cases-breaks out, but its sheriff, was called to the icene of
", or Mrs. H. A. Curtice Saun- placed in various business houses American who not only wants to ceaseless research Into the causes the accident and arrested King on
Phone 261J. throughout this district, or checks help those unable to help them- of the disease is the only promisewe a reckless driving charge, turning
him to the sheriff's office in
may be sent to either Gedney or selves, but to insure for himself have that some day that cause over
Colonel Graham. and his family the best availablecare will be discovered and rendered Sarasota.
"Once again it becomes the if and when the dread crippler harmless."In Driver of the car King hit, Pestotnikksaid -

WeatheRyRRATURa privilege of every American to strikes. the meanwhile,, we can all was Archie Russ, 16,
join actively in one of the great "The National Foundation for gather satisfaction from the fact of Nokomis. With him were
RAINFALL peace-time battles waged by Man Infantile Paralysis, which sponsorsthe that no one stricken with the disease Thomas Everett Pratt, IS, also of
H19" Low Inches in his ceaseless struggle to make March of Dimes, is unique In -regardless of age, race, creedor Nokomis, and Olme Chandler 16,

J grli port-ad---71 its..xeoaoJlea.t his world a better place In whichto the annals of public welfare organizations color-need go without ade- Laurel.
.o. i'_i:60 live," Gedney said. It is literally the I' quate care through lack of funds- Both autos were badly damaged,
Jan. al -78=09 N.-x..0.66: "This is the relentless battle property of the American people and polio Is among the most ex- the entire front end of King's truck

,'Jan.Jsa.u...e: ... a.n.a4.-.x..0: .:t.:: against infantile paralysis com- who support it with their dimes. It pensive of human afflictionb"YI. ." being crushed in.t .

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,0.' Page Two VENICE GONDOL RIII Friday, jar... z. ,.

I Drop Game To SUMMARY
'\ KMI JayveesBy

II V 1. A deep-sea fishing party, followed by a fish broil in Venezia I BILL MILLER ,

1 y I gardens, was organized last Sunday by guests of the Venezia Hotel I The KMI J. V.'s have a 2 to 1 Baukhage ...... ............-............................... ..

I statesTheodore I victory record behind tnem, ron Chambers Household Memos ...........?... I

New I M>'ers having giving them their i Cleveland Florida Filosofy .................... I
i l. Jersey chartered the "Sun Queen" F. Tomorrow night,
Mrs. E blemish.
for the S. Wheeler, Mr. and single Cochrane -'He Who Pays ......._..................... I
'ti fishing party, who supplied A. Riedl, they will Journey with the varsity ..
Mr F.
It : ample Kingfish, which were re- Brighton and to Sarasota to try to add another Comics ..................,... ....... ... I
} 1 t'f ported to be about in great num- Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. record. 1
win to

II.,.... beis Harry L. Warne of Connecticut Pratt, Missouri; Mr, and MisV.. In a game with Ve-No-Hi last Florida ti?; ..................._.....S:.... t
,.' and Ochre, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Oss-
supply with party mango supplemented snappers and the mann, C. F. Rogers, H. H. Stieg,I circles Friday,around the Kaydet the visitors Juniors with ran a Florida ........... .. ......_....... ..... ".: i

3.. red fish caught at the mouth of Mrs. G. Leland and Mis H. Eich- half time score of 18-8, and a final Florida ............. ............... ......_. ..

the tropical Myakka River Mis. mann of New Jersey; Major and ;score of 40-I 9.KMr. Florida's Lighter Side .................-.._................. ::

Theodore Ossmann was hostess of Mrs. F. J. Abbott, New Hamp- Back Plott led both teams Floridrollery ...... .......?....... ..., .. I
the celebration, supplying food and shire; Mr. and Mrs. W. Jacobs Messrs., Mr.J. in markers with 11 points, while Haley! Woman's: World ::...:::::::::::?.::::::::::: :
and Mrs. H. Chapman ,,,
entertainment after which a Ed Keys paced Venice-Nokomis ..
Morris People in Cracker Politics ....._.. .
'Gaiafalo and A. J Faist, New ,
'"I gressive bridge was arranged with 9.The ... I
:. Dr. and Mrs. D. R. pro-I' York. Juniors managed to take Murphy Let's Go Hunting ...........?......?.........
.I West Viremia Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Barr North their second win of the season, off Perkins Nothing Serious ................................ .I
.......................................... '
"f f Following is a list of the guests: Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. D. Rees, Palmetto, 34 to 22, Tuesday nightin Pinney Antes ............. =
J. A. Carter, California; J. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs W. Simon, W M. the loser's Sewing Circle Patterns ............ .
i ,:.. W. Conlon, E. Healey and H. L. Masscott, Mrs. P. F. Romig and home a game ground.played on Shead Washingtonotes ........ :::::::::::::::.:::::::::: ::

a I Warne, Connecticut; H. V. Berg, Mrs J. Moore, Ohio; Mr. L. Cor- Bill Blankenship gave the Kay- Sunday School Lesson ............,. 1

t"t Delaware; C. A. Boyd, Florida; L. son, Pennsylvania; J. G Evans, dets 13 of their 34 points. Templeton Therkildson Florida Facts .........?........_.._.... .. -.
,h Parker and J. M Lawlis, Indiana; Tennessee; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. led the Palmetto team with 6KMt These Are Your Legislators ................................ t
Ij,\Qt Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lindsey, IIIi1" Muirhead, Washington, D. C.; Dr. -\' .\n.Hl 1'j'lnlat *: Uncle Bud on a Bus .............................................. ::
nois; Mr. and Mrs. K.. Plehn and and Mrs. D. R Parsons, Dr. D. B. liaffer kiv.1t. I;lint I\\ilf' .: (. OvlRg.r I 'hIP. 4.Chastain <;; Vale Stardust .............................................. .
Miss Mary Reichspharr, Kentucky; Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. John- .. 1: Meador, 4; Keed. 1: Veterans' Service Bureau ................................. 2
On-en I..nl"knnl V
ri;1" W. N. Rehlaender, Marjland son, West Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. \'. -Onnwnv'. 1: Evans. Weekly News Analysis ................................ ..
;'k Mr. and Mrs W Kelley, Maine; W A. Welstead, Ontario; Mr. and I.. i;; htrphvnii,. n. v: 0 franklin: Maliincu, 8,:"Laniut IlnnklnaK ,' 1;; Wing Sportswhirl .................................... 4 1
... : "11 Mr and Mrs Fran Kalish, Miss Mrs E. Secord, Ontario; Mr. and Evans. Norm and 1.,1., 0KMI .
; M. Sullivan and Miss Clara A. Mrs S. W Willislanitoba; Mr. I Fl. tt T RF Temili-ton PALMETTO 6
.1 I .TM'I Eromley, Massachusetts: M Buch- I and Mrs. E. R. Fowler, Saskatchewan -] 1 nh.nkt'n.hlp:f*<1 13 LF Hillnnd Willis St 2 MEET TONIGHT SARASOTA CITY
i'.. ; anan, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. H. CanadaFuneral rriccer a RO Tanner 2W.1.0 Venice guides have been askedto
(.'... !..', 11; 6 ,LU Hiker 1 meet at the Venice-Nokomis (Continued from Page 1))
SUVA: KMI M"o 1 'r PanteliChnnlain .
;t'I'; 'i Property Owners Held I J.hnsnn .*.ireen PALMETTO; Cox Chamber of Commerce building hoped that the library will l h|
open-by next week.
tonight at 8 o'clock discuss
Must Now Pay ForIi. For James Mynes
Next Next
Meeting Of eral matters of Importance, including meeting of the Woman)
Turn-Off I club will be in the form of sand ta
Pipe Graveside services! were held Lemon Bay Club the 1947 Tarpon Tourna
musicale the
on afternoon i
.Ii. last Wednesday afternoon in
: From now on, property owners Englewood for James Mjnes, 73, Set For Feb. 7 ment. Buddy Ringo made arrange February 5, at the VenezU Fid
putting up new homes in Sarasota ments for the meeting. home of :Mrs. H. L. Mundy.
a resident of that community for Next meeting of the Lemon Bay
1, county will have to defray part of
," arf 'I the cost of turning-off places from the past 20 years, who died Monday Woman's Club will be held on the
the county load to their land. evening at a Sarasota hospital afternoon of Friday, February 7,
The Rev. H. Mauriece Felton, in the Woman's clubhouse, with WELLS DRILLED
This was decided the
r by
'4 pastor of the Venice-Nokomis Mrs Herman Kluge, a former
county commissioners at thisweeks
\: .j Methodist Church, officiated. {member, tentatively slated to speakon 4"--6"-8"-10"-12"
meeting, recommend-
upon Survivors of Mr. Mynes includea her experiences in the Philip-
ation of County Engineer J. E. Edwards
We Will Have Late-Model Equipment
sister Mrs. Bertie A. Sappenfieldof pines during the war.
who estimated the
moveS Lyons, Ind., and a brother, Nor- Dr. Mary Green, president, said Her Within 30 Days
i will save the
It S approximately
1. vie Mjnes, of Indiana. the club is making arrangementsfor
I f'f S5.000 per year.
i !' a supper, sale and party soon, Call Us For EstimatesJOSSARTKINCAID
Henceforth, property owners BACK HOME in order to add to the library fund
will have to buy culvert pipe forM Due to be discharged soon, Ser- and to make repairs to the clubhouse -

fft> ,' ;, such turn-offs, although the county geant Wayne Elliott, son of Mrs. 323 W. Venice Av. Phone 2661 |
'. fi, '1 it. will continue to Install the pipe, Lucille Elliott, Venice post office At last Friday's meeting, the .
jtfI: ;', employee this week was home on guest speaker was Major Jonas, .
and fill in and
f' hard-surface
1 furlough. He has been serving with who gave an illustrated talk on his
i ;j'if crossing. the Army in Italy. experiences in the Philippines and I

'''' 4 n -- in China. Rooms were decorated HEADQUARTERSFor

by Mrs. Irwin Biorseth and refreshments -

STEPLADDERS4Ft. were served under the Good CheerB.
t direction of Mrs. Percy Burr, assisted -
j by Mrs. Guy Curwood, Mrs
6-Ft. / J. D. Tate, Mrs. Pauline Martin,

$4.20 $5.25 $6.30 ( and Mrs. Harry Ellis. AND B. BAR

5 W. Take Orders For Any Length StepladderAt I No-Vel Auxiliary 30$ West Venice Avenue
$1.05 Per Foot. Delivery Within A Week


203 W. Venice Ave. ) The I
f Venice 2892 bi-monthly meeting of the
r .J No-Vel Auxiliary Unit was held
I for the first time In the Legion ANNOUNCING
Hall at the army air base in Ven-
"In the Heart of the Business District"EL ice. Fifteen members were present

and three new applicants were accepted -
into the organization. Plans R&R

were laid for a Bingo party to be
PATIO HOTEL held at the hall Wednesday eve-

ning, February 5. A committee SHOE REPAIR SHOP
Howard Whaley consisting of Mrs. W. B. Surls,
Manager chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ruth
$3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates Kuykendall and Mrs. Ed Smith,

225 West Venice Avenue VENICE Phone 3572 arrangements was appointed to make necessary

A nominating committee with

Mrs. Ralph Simpson as chairmanwas Hats Cleaned & Blocked
appointed to select officers for

MASONRY CONTRACTORSSEE the son's election in March. Mrs. Simp- Shoes Expertly Repaired,

committee includes Mrs. Cleaned and Polished
US FOR Howard
Reilly, Nokomis; Mrs.
Cement Floors Block Laying Paul Goldenstein, Venice, and Mrs.
Hayward Green and Mrs. William Rods & Reek Repaired
Stuccoing Jonas of Englewood.
Foundations Sidewalks Hot coffee and doughnuts were .. Fiji Line Fishing Equipment

,We Can Secure Your Materials served meeting In to members the canteen of the after unit.RALPH .the PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE



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day, January 24, 1847 VENICE GONDOLIER
Page Three
I council has granted a Last
The City week, Just before
the Weighing eight pounds, six and and Mrs. James E. Bladesof
uest from \Mr. Virginia Supreme Court began consideration
one-half ounces, a born Venice are the proud parentsof
owner of the Venice Taxi of the United Mine Workers'appeal r son was
from the $3,000,000 fine January 16 at Sarasota Hospitalto a seven-pound, four-ounce son,
be to -
she permitted
born January 16 at Sarasota Hos-
levied against them, their the Rev. and Mrs. D. Campbell
rates for trips within the pital. The youngster was named
5( her famous leader, John L. Lewis, Crawford of Venice. The Rev.
It. to 35 cents for one passenger made a brief stop In Venice. He Crawford, who Is pastor of the James Eldon Blades, Jr.Boat,

d 110 cent for each additional is on a Florida vacation. k First Baptist Church here, said

mger.J7AINTINO. Lewis was first recognized by the new arrival was named Rob- Tropical' I Ride
Pe"eft ert Walker Crawford, the middle River I
whose service station -
DECORATING name being for Dr. Richard H. 2-Hour Trip Dally
on the Tamiaml Trail the labor 1 and 3 P. M.- Faro $1.00
Walker of Orlando, one of the
leader's chauffeur-driven .
limousine minister's closest friends. MYAKKA RIVER
stopped for gas. It is reported Water Always Calm

Lewis is vacationing near f I ENGLEWOODELECTRIC Fishing Boats
Fort Myers. COMPANYA. For $ .00
f. L. Union Shop
..I. Bay Street ENGLIWOOD and 'Indiana Ave RentPEARSON'S

FOR QUICK, RELIABLE Daring Phil Mocca of St. Louis, "Good Will and Better Business ONTHEMYAKKAVENICE
SERVICE, CALL ranking mldwestern auto Follow Fair Dealing"
race FRED J. KRUEA. Prop.
s VENICEPLUMBING speed star, has enrolled for the Phone Venice 2484 PHONE 2174
SHOPBox Florida State Fair championship I
Phene 9040 contests In Tampa February 4, 8 I "
F. M. LAMIUS Box ta, Venice 14, Venice Phone 2153 and 15. Mocca, above, will clash' GRAPEFRUIT and ORANGES

with Deb. Snyder, Kent, Ohio,
l world's record holder; Sonny Eb- FOR SALE
son, San Diego; Frank Luptow,
and other nationally heralded
speed kings. Fair officials are
virtually assured of the entry of
Emory Collins, 1946 national dirt Stone Farm Assn.

VENICE, FLORIDA track champion.
% Mile Northwest of K. M. I. Drive Out St. Augustine Ave


Must Obey School
of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Zone Speed Limit J. J. (Joe)

$5000 Maximum For Each Depositor Insurance $5000 Following his arrest of Albert JOSSART .

Schneider of New York on a reck-
less driving charge last week, and
after the motorist allegedly sped
G. L Kin)
through a school zone at Osprey,
,Florida Highway Patrolman Frank KINCAID
'arcmski warned that all drivers
II Mahler Bldg. P. O. Box 134
must observe school zone speed
ResidentialLots I 323 W. Venice Ave. VENICE
I limits or face similar arrest. Phone 2665
I "We must make the highways
"Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"A
sate for children," he declared,
and to do this we need the cooperation
I of residents and tour

ists alike. The school zone speedlimit .Privilege to Live In FloridaA
law will be strictly enforced
I Distinction to Live In Venice

Englewood C. of C.
To Name DirectorsFour R

On Improved Streets Realtor
new directors will be

chosen for the Englewood Cham-
-0- ber of Commerce at the next meet. VENICE 0 FLORIDA

3, of that organization
on February
Where the Tamiaml Trail Meets the Open GulfGODARD'S
For Sale Below I it was announced this
week by Col. D. A Graham, presi-

Cost of Improvements !dent.He has appointed a nominating

committee consisting of: Dr. Mary
-0-- Green J. D. Tate, William Sayre,
Guy Curwood, Perry Tuman, and FLYING SERVICE
NOW IS THE TIME Harry Arnold.

Under the direction of Jay New AIRCRAFT RENTALS

TO BUY man, the damaged sign on High-
way 41 that marks where the En- $5 Per Hour

-Q- glewood road turns off from the
Tamiaml Trail is being repaired. FLIGHT INSTRUCTION

Building Materials Will AIRPORT

Be Available Shortlyo

You Own A

Chrysler? 1 SAY-'AVE ="i

Range From Dodge? you SEEN IS

$300 to $2200VENICE LORDSHIP ?


If so, whenever your car
needs attention, bring It to
LAND ui, or Just "Call George,"
Venice 2681.

We Specialize in Repairing

Chrysler Product

COMPANY We Pick Up And

Deliver Your Car heated "match",
When you get home after the excitement of a
relax of your choice. You'll find one or more
NOKOMISGARAGE of your fa orecoolrands of whiskey, gin, brandy, rum or wineIn
ROEBUCK the varied atock on hand at PONDER't.JIM .

President Saleamanager PONDER'S

VENICE FLORIDAPhone George T. Devlin, Prop. c'X'KXciE LIQUORS.w
3581 On the Trail Phone 2581 I \

'"In Bvtinen To Help Build Venice and Venice Values"
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I VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, January 24, 1KtZlewAx (
Page Four

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Bay Point, Nokomis
H. Maurlece Felton, igianw
JO I.m Sunday School
11 am'.y: Morning I Worship.
7 30 Evening II Croup.
\Vednend Service,
.;. but I will prayer and song'service.' m., 1114.,.,.:
"I do not agree with a word you say,
defend with my life your right to say it."-VOLTAIRE FIRST BAPTIST: :-CHURCH
1 a : Nassau .t Miami Avenue
It{: I .' Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 313 Welt D. cam!> Venice Crawford,
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 632. Telephone Venice 3131. SX JO a.m. Bible (1"1 pastor
I1 Morning
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION __ 7 80 p.m. Evening service
| 730
P., )
Entered aa second-class matter June t, 1948, at the post office prayer aervlce
t at Venice, Florida under the Act of March 8, 1878. OSPREY BAPTIST-

Subscription rater: One year, $2.SO; ; six months, $1.50, three e aM 10 a eIn.JSunday, School CHURCH
months, 75c. Classified advertising rate: 2 cent per word flnt 20 Mornlrs.ervlce I ?;al 1 *,, m. B;. H, ,.L
t', words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. P P: m m:,Evening prayer meeting service,; W'dn.",.,1!I IJ45

CARROLL WILLIAMS _____ Editor and Publisher
HELEN WILLIAMS ........_._.._.__._..._...._.?._. Office Manager IT MARK'S EPISCOPAL
Riviera St. and Palermo PIA,
Dr. Leonard. ; 8' \ r, Rector:
EDITORIAL am Sunday Srhil,
11 a m. Morning service.

,, ? Now under way is the annual "March of Dimes" cam CHURCH Venice Avenue OF GOD

'. ;. paign to raise funds to aid infantile paralysis victims. 10 am Rev. Sunday C. D. Jernljan School, Pallor

I :. The Gondolier urges everyone to contribute to the best 11 T 30 a.m.p m Prtachlnc Irrachlng

of his or her ability. Service Thursday, 7:SO p.m., Toting pwpil

There is no need to outline the worthiness of this cause, WAKE oP-TACK'S A BoE&IAR IN THE stout* Friday, 7-I p.m., benefit supper,

1 We all know what a wonderful thing it is that, because of the VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH

tic: "March of Dimes," every victim of the dread disease, regard- Gulf Theatre Venice Venice AvenuiJScratcliiitfS

t less of his or her financial standing, can obtain immediate 9 *Rev..in. Mao.C. L. l:1.land.r: Pastor

medical assistance, I' Sarasota Paper Venice Bowlers

r But we cannot help pointing out, even while urging Gives Venice Drop Match To

i :; everyone to contribute, that we think the financial end of

j h f the fight against infantile paralysis is not being handled Pat On The BackThe Sarasota TeamA For quick'i foot rebel,tab from n,itchinj pimplet arced and othandafcxmditiona by an.thleu .'

I UM pure, cnnl,ng,medicltejl liqiaD.
properly.This following editorial appearedIn Venice bowling squad, meet- .D.D. ntiKmrnoN AdocutifamaCnaKlaa .
battle is of such vital national importance, we have last Sunday issue of the Sarasota ing a Sarasota kegling team on and stainless Soothncomltraiil.
quickly calrnt Intense itching 35c tml fade
maintained for years, that it should be financed by the federal Herald-Tribune: the Bowladrome alleys there last pravnitormonryback ,Donttuffer Aikrovdniuttl
today lor D. O D. Pacuatrtaa
'"r. Sunday night, met defeat by a
The Venice Beaches
be finances
government, and not dependent for its upon
Old Venice prided herself on her score of 2328 to 2471 pins.
charitable impulses, or the personal popularity of anyone
canals Venice sister The Venetians their
; new our city dropped
man Just a little to the south, is determined second game by a 142-pin margin,

,0 That one man, of course, was the late President Roosevelt to be renowned for her I and with it the match, for that was FASO S W

himself a victim of pohomjehtis While he was alive, beaches. The Venice city officialsand within one pin of the difference increasing Hack millions With,
the various civic organizationsare between the two teams' final Sny
funds were not so difficult to obtain. Millions gave to the
working together in a scores. The two squads will meet
"March of Dimes" as their own personal tribute to F.D.R. deter-I
mined effort to make again, here at the Bowlakade, next
j. Many others gave because they sought to curry favor, or because beaches attractive and accessibleto Sundayat8p.m.

it was "the thing to do." I everyone.. Byron Jones, with 189 and 488,

f But President Roosevelt is dead now. And things are Much already has been accom- had high game and high series for Mc_

I, different. Witness Walter Winchell's recent scathing radio plished, but much more is in plans the local squad. Limey Walkers
for the future. The Venice water-
attack upon the two big theatre chains that this year refused front 188 was high game for the Sara- i Designed to speedily 1f1lmItm.ple
immediately the
on gulf gives
I sotans, with Chris Hyronlmus D and
headache palntdUjoomfortJ
r, ; to take part in the "March of Dimes" drive f
ii although they city advantages not found in rolling 516 for high series honors ( of neuralgia

had promised F.D.R.., Winchell asserted, they would continue many other places, and the workof The score by teams: ft i Measured lOIN In ponds

1 to aid the annual appeal even after his death. converting the natural gulf VENICE: Guy Curwood, 163, r form for quick utlmllatloa.

That has been the long foreseen weakness of the "Marchof swimming beaches into and places other of beauty recreation for 149, 158-460; Jim Oakley 157, i Proof of merit.Sum! typelfo;

Dimes" idea 139, 143-439; Byron Jones, 189, mules over one-third centarj
as a to finance the
way fight against polio. activities will be made easier.In .
a 121 178 488
; Jud Curwood, 140,
Surely, if it is a proper federal government function to other ways, Sarasota county's 160, 155-455; Joe Jossart, 168, 135, n Laboratory Standard U tested S. P.,Inrtdlutt oontnlkt

spend millions of dollars for such things as road and dam Venice is a pleasing revelation, not 173-476 Y
only to her citizens but to her'isitors In of IfII1IIII
prtoa range
building, improvement of rivers and harbors, assistance to and other friends throughout SARASOTA: Limey Walker, 188 \i 100 and Xe dies

{' farmers, aid to schools, etc., it is equally proper that Uncle 172,140-500; Lou Balint, 151, 167
tt the IeId1iiJ
country There Is dIn
an upswing Okutlon.: UM Only u
Sam should ; Harry Olmstead, 150,
,Jrtf spend to combat such
money a scourge as infantile in every department of pub-
a 171, 187-508; Chris Hyronimus,
paralysis lic and private effort which
promises -
168,178,170-518; Ralph Mori, 148, .
And not all the horrified cries of "Socialized Medicine!" not only improvement in her 158, 180-486.
I beaches but in all other undertakings I
tl -
that selfish doctors can muster can change our opinion on -
"I t that score. II
But until Public Opinion can override that selfishness, Tide TablesVENICE ,

1 it would seem that the next best thing is "The March of INLET
Dimes." (Punta Raiia Correction)
Oats High Low
Fri., Jan. .. .
24 ? ?. 3:6&p m 41p.m..
Please give generously. Sat, Jan 25 161am :27..m.: .

f l i Sun., Jan. 26 4'l4p.m.2 J5a.m. 1'4Ip.m.6 S8..m.

S Mon, Jan. 27 '"STu m. :41p.m.: .
? 8 m. 10:27..m.:
INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE ... 4 62p m. 10 61p.m. ?
Jan 28 4:32a.m. 10.S7a.m. WOMANHOOD
t aN VENICE FLORIDA Wed., Jan. 29 6 03a.m. "'07a.m.
S'49p.m.' 11:2Ia.m.:
Thura., Jan, 10 ..? IlIa.m. 128am.
Hometltei On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties FrI., .... 9BIp.m.: 11:47a: m. o"-claim medial >*to =
Jan. 11 ..
R r$4 Acreage Firm Rental 7:26p.m.: I 45a.m. knowl Nature baa ao that. -
r. tally endowed woman she's
Gas on Stomach apt to suffer certain dittztMlnc 7inptonu
RICHARD H. GEDNEY dllrllw her e. liar itlsf aoo% who aha eDtsrs
Relieved In 5 militates orBronchial = !: ap"", h'
double a fertility sub ,t9
your back
R REAL ESTATE Bash.silf WINo.. .seem eemeea... acid money..... OI'nl.l. aueaeNIna Now tf -certtla dMi at U. 1IIICID&b-I.-
MI atnma b and ....
.. ., donors ftnetlouainantnir dtaturSanoes
,1>0 the fa.tet-acting. medM1Jnw newly are
i Box 211 Anptes"ie. k- far '
Phone SS11 T."IIL nllef-aedlelon. Wes coos In ..II.am m.m bal pain, MTTCUS dls-
{! "" Theatre lien No luatlew. .1I'1a.. belop _tft Ia tram 41ran1ry, you soup at
t< **MHIIMtm Building ** Venice, Flu.t ..orlao"% au)Ong wr mo W,w, des return 01, kilo 'children and lbuabaad hea do tfy=
TTTT U 7 Vegetable
oit's /aIOtII for &opurpclllo

Y w "4 i? / P. O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS. FLA. PHONE 3S31 CoughsDue AM iSPIOAUY Nr OMi dead WMNB

:t 3 4 Wnkhsarti Oomponnd Does nun fbsa nltow
j to IIICb IIIGDUIlJ plata.e.o1.0nusim -
F ColdsSpend
;. aDd....
BOLDT AND SONS 46 cent today at any drug aiesung> ..hen due =:=:

store for a bottle of BUCXLJrS CAN. := WIWIIO UP ftII -
MDCTTOt-trlpl. actlncta nch dfsi2ws, A arq .
Plumbing Waterproofing Promptly to help loosen up thick, sticky woman should ... to dol

Painting, Exterior and Interior phlegm-eoothe irritated throat m m- JIIDtbua'l fCanoctillad .. a1ao very
brlllea boa ease hard coughing apelta. dee&"e to lellen UI e js
Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication Try It the very next time a cold results 53-w teetlnp== the yea to r
In a wracking. stubborn coUCh-bd out hoa dna to the gW 'middyale'peskxl
for PIICUI1ar to 1IIDIIL.
yourself bow
good and effective It
FREE ESTIMATES I. for eo"cba due to eolde Get BUCK. 1'IDtbam'l 00m&10uDd II waft trp gt "
m'S CANADIOL Wr VRz-made tO !et
the 0.&A. -TODAY-an 4runI.tt&,In t: COMPOYNO :t

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January 24, 1047 ,


Launchedor Page Five
VENICE I Contest Held To

| New Osprey BOWLAKADEMEN'S Pick New I KMI Varsity Cagers
I Venice K.M.I.

ptist Church LEAGUE : Bowling TeamA Clippings Play Sarasota H j j

|With a $5,000 gift already from Tomorrow Night a
ie anonymous donor, a campaign Adrllln' W L elimination contest to By BILL MILLER

[build new Baptist church and Nm\"Ie.ltty'a. Food ,I II, :1, determine bowling team members of the Venice For the past week, tennis has With three consecutive wins be.

rsonage at Osprey was under \"Ie Laundry I lj "; Sarasota that will meet a been of considerable interest to hind them, the KMI basketball
week. The Rev. J. W. 11. k U. squad here next Sunday the cadets squad will be
y this It hrd'. I" K night and at ]last, a ranking out to defend its
at 8
Won, pastor of the church, said I' <'Iub i 11Earle Cowlakadc o'clock was held on the list of the net champions In each record when the Kaydets meet a

ill fund-raising efforts will bet \'III'd Lumh.r'AVERAGES j 7 14 night. alleys last Wednesday company has been published by Sarasota quintet tomorrow night

February and March. Captain Eddie Weber .it Sarasota
during (Up to and athletic director .

|AI present, plans call for con- 41 by. l'II'.od.Marjorie InCluding Adoran) ..Jan league 22 secretary; complied) Top of five the bowlers at the conclusion [ at school. The Kaydets knocked off another .

action of a concrete block edl- J..llrt, V. I.uullliry I'lIl1l1y' I 17., were: three-game contest The first two in each company win, bringing their total to
on the site of the existing J.11. l'Ur"Burkett'".',B I'IlIIllly'k II ''HM 518 Carroll Curwood, 540; Paulave resulted as follows: Band and Staff three, last Tuesday night by stop-
en frame church.Contributions I Menton. '1'lIrl' I I.:.: Byron Williams, 475' -Ruf Lazzell and Jack Allen, A- Ping Palmetto, 44 to 28. The KMI
Jones "lIll' .",., Jones 473
lI and Gene
( with checks made 1,7 Bur. Dill Rohde and five had little trouble In
:Kulkendall Nave. .\ "" J.aulldr IU., k.tt, 465.Other Alan Head, B- downing
able to the "Osprey Baptisturch Leger "Irlun';arl' 1,1 Dick Vinton and Chas. Crigger, C their opponents, and John Eng-
I'evin. K ( .. 1.3 totals were: If. P. Kuy- -DICk berg netted 16
Building Fund, may bent 'hit 112 kendall Arthur and Frank Catcher, points to again lead
K""III r, K Cluti 464; Jud Curwood
Joe Crawford treasurer at II. lturkett .. 1i,1 460; D-Don Trautman the victors. Basil starred for Pal-
to II k 11 .. 1,1 Ray Duvall and Maury
prey Puke IIle.r"'h, if, H k .II .. 1',11, 450 451; "Duffy" Leger'II Lynch. Out of these boys will come metto when he took 16 of their 28

.iNI'e: ,... ,..... 144Shanley ; H. Dietrich. das T. _ns..I. for
\\'lIlIlIm.' '_. .u a I, most of this year's tennis team. points himself.
1 435 Bob :
OTT K club ; Fenton 410.
II..dglll, 11I1<.1'. II 115/ The Rifle team will have its first KMI cagers will play Bradcn-
BUSINESSAND' 'uv.lI. Adrian .. match of the ton this
llruhard, Nnlttt'i II: year with Fishburne Tuesday, January 28.
Adrian Adrian. .II 11.1 Mrs. Lanier Goes Military School on February 8. The
y"kl'f' Venice' r.LIJoTTt1I
PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY "','nlre Lum"tr 113 113 To Miami On match for the William Randolph (1. 6 fir MilmnaldCharm
Wolf, J1 & II 112 Heart trophy will be fired t'"rd,'x III LIP 1.I\.h.fh'I'1
Well, Vinlr. Food I inKl>erx 18 c' Distill II
loI.e'ben."nlr.|' l.umher 14 Buying TripMrs. the last of February. inlih, L 2 m 'IIX 6
J.smith. 'Sri11'! V. lj'u"lll'jelBlir. > III The Scorpions, KMI'i freshman sharp L I Iliipercruft 4
L Gertrude Lanier
a J)f-l V.r III owner ol
- - 1.1I1I11'r WHS': KVt Pn-Hton ,.. .
III team, held tryouts for their bas- :- 4. Sill 8 7.
T \\riili>, 11 IK,.| M 111 Dry Goods and Ready-to- Inward; H. 11.4o.| Hli-h. ketball team last Ii, lurn.r; : I i
Kmlttv. Wear 213 week with about klujr PAI.Ali4T'T'1101&|
WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE 1111/ West Venice avenue, hand 2. lirlnn-r R, Nly,.ro, Kuy'er: ,
ATTORNEYAND Ki,\".II\"I., ;.lr K.K 13 1411!:: left yesterday for Miami on a buying 40 boys showing up for practice. Tnllll.'r.It' w'by, \\IIIIH. TI'miikun, Juhnwn. I,
Soria. .
I Adrian 1:11': : Thirty-two cadets went to Fort
COUNSELORATLAWTITLE .\drj.in. K run, tour. She will return sometime
TRANSACTIONS I I:art, ., IJnrl. 13,1 next week. Myers last Saturday morning to
| Phone Punt Oorda 281 or 251 \ ni. V. I.umlxr 13:' take a competitive examination for
Ha'hurn. Kmltn'. UI Long known as Lamer'i Variety
Archer VenliH P.K d the Navy Officers'
ow- 1:12: Training Pro
V. N'r'dc, !1'a the establishment has Just
('ra r<, .lleI; I...t m: discontinued its gram. The selected men will receive -
H. f. ltlor.t.1h. ". paint and hard-
J. '
HoeppnerPHYSICIAN 1.1I.lr
1 1.1 a free college education after
Stearin. K fluhVenice ware lines and Beauty
[ U,....,.. "h"'I' .11"123 henceforth will which they will enter the Navy
Nrttb'rry. /I 4h JII', concentrate on handling dry goods
wood Apl..Hot.I-MI.ml Ave. for several
and years as officers. On Salon
130.12, ,., Phon. 2531 ready-to-wear clothing for
men, completion of this time they may
women and children.
J// "We choose whether or not they wish
Bowlakade plan to greatly expand
I our to: stay In the Navy. Trlxle and Luella
ames E. Blades M. D. clothing and dry goods departments -
(01 St. Augustine, Ave. Women's League ," Mrs. Lanier said. "We are 223 West Miami Avenue

HONES: Office 3251-Home S134 ] receiving new shipments daily and It takes steam to run the boiler, Phone 2811

HOURS! 10-12, I to S. Except I Team we'd like everyone to drop in and logs to feed the saws and foreststo
Thurtday and Saturday P. M. W L fill the mill
1'111. 8 II inspect our newly-arranged store." pond.
stoltly'n I : ,
.. 1'ral"'r/ Volk I II I .

1;lIrl'.'.tI,, w..1 :". 4 I' New Guests At Passenger Hops

Palm drill I" 11
VENICEvs. .'harm HPHIII k I : El Patio HotelNew 67
J \ J Aircraft, 8 1.1 $1.50
It..ult. .'rldny. Trillir I'irk d.I,..
f'at'lI l'hnrlll Itvmuty. 2 .n I. 1".lm guests, many of them here r See Beautiful Venice and Nearby
'Irlll el, f'alo',1 3 10. J, 3 1" .0 f..alay. for the season, registered during Gulf Coast From the Air
SARASOTABOWLING J k J lid, at. d 1'rull r Park, a tn It.I"har" 'i3
ikvauty I.f'at.d "allll ';rlll the past week at the El Patio Hotel LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY
,,2 ,.,, .I.. LESSONSGovernmentApproved

MATCHON 1/-/ ('Compiled AVERAGES by Marjorie AdorJ3n Miss. as follows Irene La: Fontaine and Mrs. ,.s tJl J' Enrollment School

League secretary) '
OUR ALLEYS .I;inli-, I IMOH lll> I m Martin Paye, Detroit, Mich.; Mr. /'AIRCRAFT INC.
I ,
nil. I'llKK
lint |
and Mil. R. J, ,
McLaughlin Ft.
":.iktmlnll Tr.ill.r Park 1:1\: \ ,
8P.M. I'lik. Charm II, autx 111; Wayne, Ind.; Edward A. Geoghe- AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS r'
I'urwwal.\I..r.II1.. N."mitt'.tI it.) .,,.,I ,. 121 122 Kan, Chicago 111.; Dr. and Mn. H. F. O. Joyner P. O. Box 291 E. T. Denham
NEXT SUNDAYYou're 1I..h. Trull' ,,r '',irk 121 VENICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6306
'iinrl.-k, rim'' '. II..1,1olnliy 121 I G. Camper, Welch, West Va,; Mrs.D. .

Invited to Watch ,Karl' iurla. Sinlttj'ii I 114 1211 J. Donohue and son, Chicago,

These Two (.inner. Charm Ifcatit)' 114! Ill.; J. Wolf, New York City; W. P.
Pacers. Sinlii>'iiliirrliy 117 HOUSE MAINTENANCEAND
Fine Teams In Action h Chiirm lUaut till ; Donohue, Chicago Ill.; Margaret
IIra\'... ,. .,,, .
.tl '" 11: Kilpatrick, Roxbury, N. Y.; Morton
'K.'exl: I'r.,10'0'.1 112 SERVICEHollywood
hull. X,..t",1 .. 111Smith Herzog, New York City.

VENICEBOWLAKADE ., Earl'L LIlato. :lIrl'. 111 104 Mr. and Mrs B. E. Cornue, Sioux Apt..Hotel Bldg. 219 West Miami Ave.

.Adrian, Point I P'I\I 1,1'.n, J R J Alrl'l'.lfI 107
Ilanchey'. "mltly'e 1 'd Miggas, Winthrop, Mass.; Mrs. R. UPHOLSTERING Cleaning-Made-to-Order UpholsteringSlip -

\Hn.hnrd\ HllnniK, I'nlm iilll .I"r 1.1 :G. Sowers, Sanford, N. C.; A. G. Coven, Drapes, Etc.-General Sewing
fmlio'n I"
AND GRILLS ,,")II.r. J k J Aircraft 1"5 Davis, New York City; Mrs. Sam ELECTRICAL Repairs-Refrigeration-Household and Commercial -
I'ratt, rarl. 1.11 -All Home Appliances
Malt.r, NritlcuiN 141.1turf. Way and son, Rocky Mount, N. C.; PAINTING-Brush or Spray-In and Outside Buildings-
West Miami Ave. .. I'olm I (..irillU. 111:
Mr and Mrs. E. C. Keith Lake- Furniture Trailers Cars Etc.
lla\n,'., J A.J Aln-raft I": ,
Phone 2661JVeiVIEWS Junes, Charm llinutySUMkinuti I 1111 wood, O.CLASSIFIED ALL KINDS OF CARPENTER WORK
Charm Iliuuty 101
lumlr, Cnlni drill ..1"
1'aMian. Pint. llut,"1 P.Farra. 1Me, Troll.r Park 95Nrleon .
J & J Aln-raft .14 fines 111,40 PO
Hamlltun, Trailer Park 7 it'III". J'nlm Grill 78
Ulurmth, iarla P1 J.. Ilaynes 14 f


a word wordi. 1e ..ch iddltional Minimum ehirgo.
!5c. Cash w.th Ado Special ret.. for more noone. In..rt.on of the
7liWs A 6*A NOfftc same Id Ads will b. accepted ever the telephone (2961) UP to I p. m.
rhuredmyr with understanding advertiser will remit payment promptly.)
RtUE... f /A117

/NANANCES7oQ.TEMPORARILY I smitty's tavern


cellunt with trailer.jiew canvai ta1;;. Phone, new Venice paint,20.X'<2. 150; to Phone f200 Per 9471 Month 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice

Alma furnished room with
TRAIL CAMPER Sleeps two. Chairs llrh.lte
hath, two blocks from
table, stove cupboard and Ice box. "Best Drinks In Town At Popular Prices"
Can be seen at Stanch & Potts Ciaige. -


,o Unusually- well-built lined i-horn with plywood I trailer., 57 Acres | PACKAGE DEPARTMENT |
tc.aM'a and heavy straps Canvas
A l new 6.50 I 19 >lx.
ply tlrei Heavy trailer hitch. Wolf'f 1541 Feet on Tamlaml Trail
Sinclair Service. Venice, lot; Feet on Bay SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK

Small Island Off Shore

and\\Clintongalr-cooled propfller shafts.l engines Rudders Propeller and $19,000 Lord Calvert ____________________ Fifth $4.25

haft fog Lourcey. Mpplno drive, Nkomli. -
Calvert Reserve __________________ Fifth $3.99
107 Acres On Trail
REFRIGERATOR, 6-hole, W Fleishmann' Preferred
hnuie frosted food cabinet Good $60 Per Acre

condition. Lowe'* Urocery. Venice 90-Proof Whiskey ___________ Fifth $3.49

ZENITH House Maintenance& Service,wlo 219, Yl Mile Gulf Frontage William Penn __-________________ Fifth $3.29

Welt Miami Ave. $50 a Front Foot

Bourbon DeLuxe ________________ Fifth $4.75 .

CLOSED doller.. Needs some repair. Box R, Gon Homes Small Estates Don Q Rum ____________________ Fifth $3.50

BUSINESS PERSONALS' $6,000 to $45,000H.N.Wimmers Gilbey' Gin ____________________ Fifth $3.45

1J BE l'TjJI \, GENERAL HAULING and trucking, Fleisnmann's Gin ________________ Fifth $3.50Gordon'
{ Straight or dump truck. Phone .

Louis Adorjon.HAULJNO Gin ___________________ Fifth $3.64've

of all kind Open truck or REALTOR

large trailer. Thoa. J. VENICE FLORIDA __
McNeil, Phone IML ,

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GONDOLIER Friday.'Ml January
,," Ct.. VENICE 4 1111
I n', age wi _
WOMAN'S CLUB if the 20 loads of
SEWAGE PLANT muck taken
i : Stricken Guest'Improving' from Mr ""
Callahams Return (Continued from Fan 1) Beattie's proPtI'tJ.
(Continued from Page 1) As for the meeting calledby should be paid for it.
To Venice ing held in the Chamber of Com- Mr. Tilley of the finance com- Caspersen in hl j
West Indies Trip Condition of Robert Horton, a merce office and attended by city mittee and various members of the clared Tllley'statement ?* *
at the El well as interested this Is strictly speaking, able, Inasmuch as CBJfi*
Lansing, Mich., guest and state officials, as council, in Europe
,,'. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Callaham of Patio Hotel who was stricken sud- citizens, Venice sewage not the city's concern, but mentionof was taken and at the knew time ee

I Charlotte, N. C., have returned to denly ill last Sunday evening and disposal problem was discussed in it has been made in view of the It until I mentioned nothing01411t It
the Worthington Hotel-Apartments rushed to the Sarasota Hospital, I detail. fact that charges made by Mrs. New York early in Septemhtr to Iua

I; from an extensive tour of Cuba was reported yesterday by attend- All members of the council, except Mundy, as head of the finance when 1946. And I advised I should to add

'; ond the West IndiesIncidentally ing physicians to be "improving. Dr, T. S. Thompson were committee, at the council meetingon I had heard that the Mr. Beattia 1Iii

I. 1 ," reports George Howard Whaley, manager of the present, as well as City Attorney January 7, 1947, may create the some of his muck for City chic had hh

I ; Read, manager of the Worthington El Patio, also is under a doctor'scare M A. Braswell, Sidney Berkowitz, erroneous impression that the rea- titication, he indicated that Ilia

. "during the voyage the Calla- this week, after suffering a representing the sanitation divisionof son the money advanced to Mr. satisfactory estimation, the to hlm. !nil!
I', hams encountered bandits (one- back injury last Monday morning State Board of Health, and Dr. Tilley has not been repaid Is the Mr. Beattie an apology city coiia all

j armed) and, Just to make news, Frank Raeburn, manager of the W. L. Wright, Sarasota County fault of the city council" more, so does Mr. Tilley., 'aDd "-i
the 'bandits' paid off, which isn't returned added "There Mrs Tilley told the
Venice Beach Casino, health director. Caspersen seems council lid
customary." home from Sarasota Hospital last Berkowitz said he was not attempting to be no reason why the beautifi- Tilley, ,before who was he present,that III|
I had left !
Read listed new arrivals at the Monday He Is recuperating froma to question Dodd's experience cation program cannot be revived iness trip recently, had made on ,v.

Worthington as follows: | stomach ailment. or capability, but that it and forwarded under the supervision statement on the basis lit,
appeared to him that the city and control of the street department formation, and would be haS
j. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour apologize. Beattie,
As It might be able to use the air base as soon as funds can be though, '
I' Milwaukee, Wis.; Dr. and Mrs. W. Car Wrecked that no apology was necessary, Li
14' plant to better advantage and at made available there seems to he simply wanted the n2l;
A. Holman, Emdon, O: Mr. and Rushes EnglewoodBoy cheaper cost. be no reason why Mr. Tilley and clear, as he heartily favored record Utt

'I' Mrs. A. W. Waltemate, Philadelphia To Hospital "Mr. Dodd is an able engineer," the finance committee cannot have beautification such and did not libi
N R. Cor- ceed with beautification pro-I a statement at I>lieyy.
Pa, Mr. and Mrs Berkowitz said, "but his statementthat part of the city records,
; bisello and family', Bmghamton, Sixteen-ear-old Morris Oliveof it would be best for the cityto line with Mr Tilley's offer on November being corrected, i\'lthcq
Englewood this week had his construction of a new planton 7, 1945." ,
t:. N. Y.; Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Clisby plan
*. <*,,1 appendix removed at Sarasota hospital Roberts Bay is, after all, only While insisting she still believed"to
Carroll Warren, O.
and daughter, '
.ot' but only after a hectic tripto his opinion and another engineer blame Mr. Tilley in any respect NEW HOURS
\l Abrams recently returned from the hospital during the heavy might have a different opinion"Could is out of the question," Mrs. 8
I. m. to 2:30: ,
p. m
Japan and is making an extensive rain last Monday night Use Plant Mundy urged: "Let's get togetherand 5 p. m. to 10 p, m.

,. tour of Florida and the South, En route to the hospital, reported Berkowitz, in reply to a direct do something about it. Closed Wednesdays, Exalt

.'. : after which he expects to return State Highway Patrolman question from Mayor Higel, said Also cleared up at the meetingwas Fountain Only Will Be Opal I

,'t\ to the Orient. He was In training Frank Parcinski, the car in which "it is quite likely that the state an erroneous statement made 6to10p.in.

t at Boca Raton during the early Morris was being rushed to the, would allow the city to use the by Tilley in a report to the coun-
hospital left the Trail about two air base plant, even though it was cil dated June 19, 1946, m which WOODARD'SoNCHEONETTi
,1' part of World War II, before going -
miles south of Sarasota and went only a primary treatment plant. Tilley stated that "Mr. (Vernon
I. '.' ;: to Japan and the Philippines. into a ditch. He added the state might, however G.) Beattie declares the city guiltyof L

.I I The alread>'-stricken youth suf- require extension of the out- stealing much from his prop- "" l
t': abrasion in the fall erty and then went to
< RedecoratedRates Rooms.COPPER fered only a toe sewer. on suggest

: KETTLE accident, but his three companions The state sanitary engineer said
[ Reasonable incurred knee injuries and other he also thought it likely Venice
Swimming' i Pool Symphony No. S-Tchaikovsky-Cleveland Oreh.-Rodi nikl lit
f i (For Guests Only) INN minor hurts. They were, Parcinski could obtain federal money to defray Cugitf Rhumbas w...__ S2S9 "Oh, But I Do Ik
619 S, Harbor DrPhont VENICE Willard Blue ... _:.. :li
said, Ellis V. Davids, 16; the cost of drawing up a new by Basis 89 Harry James
1111 "'HUgg n' end Chaikin' ".,_130 "Uncle RemUI hd", ..!II
Davids :23! and Robert J. Davids set of plans providing for use of Johnny Mercer Woody Herman
"Bui She'e My Buddy "A Gal In Ca .. A
the existing plant at the air base, Chick'-King, Cole Trio._$3o Benny Goodman
I' '." I and that federal aid might be "so Round, So Firm, So Fully Packld"-Merll Travis .lie

Rubinoff Concert forthcoming in financing the cost LENDINO LIBRARY
t: of the entire sewage disposal sys- FILMS DEVELOPED 41 HOUR SERVICE

8:30 P. M. TUESDAY JANUARY 28 Berkowitz reiterated his opinion
1', : that the air base plant would be Reg. Philco Stromberg',Carlson and Westinghouse Reds Dealer

Sponsored By Sarasota High School P.-T A. adequate to take care of Venice's 111 W. Venice Ave Phone 2U
Radio Repairs Radios Rented
needs for at least the next 10
1 I
Reserved Seats $2.40 tax Included .
M I Orchestra (not reserved) $1.80 tax Included years, without enlargement, point- I
01 Balcony $1.20 tax Included ing out that it had taken care of ,

}. TICKETS NOW ALPHA MUSIC SHOP S.000 to 7,000 men statioped at the Nokomis Lodge Dining Room

Ib'' : ON SALE AT 311 W. Venice Ave. Venice local field during the war !
'jI As the meeting closed, he I
I warned the city officials, howe\'er'l SPECIAL DINNER

I SOMETHING BRAND NEW! ''that the state board would not approve I SUNDAY, JANUARY 26
." .. :: a combined storm drain-
", ". COME IN AND SEE IT 'sanitary sewer system in Venice, Roast Prime Ribs of BeefAU

.. !: 1. 14-FT. PLASTIC BOAT, WITH BUILT-IN :,asserting such a combined set-up
would not be I JUS
,.Jfi 'I tl ,: TRAILER HITCH AND DETACHABLE I satisfactory

.. $1.75Other
h ft WHEEL
t tt t\t
\ Inboard Motor ind Flexible S"lftjij'i
Winter Dinners From $1.50 to $2.35


; BOAT & EQUIPMENT CO.I" I Recent registrants in the guest
book at the Venice Nokomis
/ On the Trail NOKOMIS Phone 2753 On the Tamlaml Trail, 1 Mile North of Venice Phone 2171
Chamber of Commerce were announced -
:t :1" this week by Secretary ..

wi1 Harry Beach as follows:

I" COTTON AND RAYONYARDAGE Mr. and Mrs. George W Mitchell -

Ann Arbor, Mich.J Mrs. Elizabeth -
i M. Larson, Annisquam, Mass, COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB

qd1ii f Mrs. R. W. Brockbank, Boston,

.f Mass, Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Buck,

Bridgewater, Conn; Mr. and Mrs Presents
f; . In Both Dress And Slip Cover Material Ray Edwards, Lansing, Mich.; Mr

; From and Mrs. George A. Clark, Battle
;< Creek, Mich. '

:. > 59C $ .25 Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Roby, Sagi- MRS MALCOLM McMILLAN
TO PERYD. naw, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. W. A.

Jacobs, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Arthur
We Have Just Received A Large Shipment Johnson, Beloit, Wisconsin; Mr. Contralto

Direct From The Mill and Mrs. George S. Tuck, Detroit,
Mich.; Milton Bushman, Minne-
Wide Variety of Color and Patterns apolis, Minn.; Eva Flyer, Herman Thursday Evening

Flyer, Lillie Flyer, Irving Flyer, all
of Brooklyn, N Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J. 8:15: O'CLOCK
i COTTON DRESSES A. Simpson, Birmingham, Ala.; Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas C. Hood. Had- January 30

1 New Shipment Just In! dam, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Stuart

H. Bush, Mt. Morris, N. Y.; Mr
Priced From $3.98 to $13.98LIARIEB'S and Mrs. E. R. Fowler, Kamsack,

i Saskatchewan, Canada. Home of Mrs. R. S. TiDey. TI k'ts'1.11'

FINED 125 Harbor Drive Alpha Molls ,11III
Mayor Clyde V. Higel last Mon- VENICE 311 w Venice

day fined Charles Webb of Venice ,
DRY GOODS and READY-TO-WEAR $25 after he was found guilty of

charges of Intoxication and reckless )

Open 8 i.. m. to t p. m. Saturday Until 8.30 p. m. Herb Hanchey, who arrested Webbon

the Trail Sunday; night.


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