Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00054
 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: February 21, 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: UF00079934:00054
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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:Ballots for the election of celea \'- ,4

new director for the Venice. Vence' new zoning ordinance moved through its first read lift

I\jkoitin Chamber of Comment 'stage: at the city council meeting in the city hall |last Tuesday night,

| vl! be mailed to all 1947 mem1 I but the proposed plumbing ordinance, which came up for second

1 beif during the first Meek of reading, struck a snag and may be completely! levi-vd\ before final}

I March, it was announced yesterday I adoption. ,/

I by President H. S. 1o\\'d'n, I Dr. T. S. Thompson, council 1-----------

[ following a C. of C. duectouI president, blocked further

I retting Wednesday night I of Councilman Finn Casper progit's :: Thieves Break. ; I

The ballots are to be returned w' sens plumbing code through the

I *.Jim five days. After an auditing ells law mill when he I Insisted he I: Into[ Lallier'sStorr

I committee composed of C I wanted mote time to ItU"it' ,

Lowe, M 1. Cousins and St plunl\ lI :)jiovlmons Here

I bee determines the seven ng! '. M think Ci'; Uuild:nf Inspector ,
I men, a reorganization n:teiiii':: w ::1 i iI Ide ought to lie .here to give fct,,ikinK >ometi'ne heat iu '
I be ield, .m. and 1 S ",m, dui':nx to-" heat ,' #
is h opn :on of this new' oidi- ,.J
log 1 lost U' In
> ->day moiiiiig: bi
The eight holdover directors; nane before we act, Di, Thompson
glues forced their' 0way il
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ire, J, A. HiKhtowti, H. i>. Iloe ', declared, whereupon the counil -
\'l'l1ke! store. filled ill an atte :
J, T Dlalock, C ( C Lowe, |postponed| ( di.cuion of the ,
to j minj the loot of another o"., ., '
IR. mutter until 11 could be t.
x Hardin, M. Cousin-I 1. .., nun
and broke into a car parked .t I I
| B: aid, and Stephen A1!bee, moned from his home night on Welt'en l'e' avenu l'I tl

Dinner Plannedmembeiohip Argumentt'pshot
Loot obtained front LameDiv .
1 't
of the ensuing argument -
t dmne will! ,e tiooils and yf
I he date be laig 1 lg between ]de and Ready-to-We. t; i 1
i on a to uniumnI Store at 213 West \inue l4
avenue t
Cminrsen, wa that Di Thomp- .
won lajnaid was delegated toobtain I consisted of >45: in cash and me' f'j
ton mid Councilman George Hi-
a prominent ape: a:,cr f1 u chund,.e worth near!')' 100, a tat
the affair, while George H jrel, uJoted 1 down Ca.persen' motion J
coniini to the owner, Mi'>. Ge, /f.
Jr. Albee, Lowe, Hightower, and that the ol'dinllnce pass the I trade Lanei: Entry wan gain l lA I ;)1"
second leading stage )
Bowden were named as a com- : forting the lock on the fir' I
J, C Byrd. architect foim01 I i
[ mttee; on ariangemenU. an | door )
'Ij Washington, D, C., but t :
: owden !
nt '
curi '
n mIbohip ,
i I Front the C.il'hi'h had its :<.'t r
noII resident of Venice, +.
: drive will continue until suggested S td
front window smashed, the th'
'vet }
I the end I of with ilk to the council that un adioi
February, :allots electric ,
stele an lion, tua tma te .
I to be mailed to all numbers :1 'j' committee be appointed, 1"
vi coffee maker, and foul !pair.- of I '
| recaid on March 1. When Pi Thompson attempted to j
new shoes, according to the repo; \ ;
name Caspersen to this committee,
At Wednesday nights: meeting. made tu police blU ovnei. U f it
which would recommend changes
ttttntion was called to the f"I.tthat i W Cook, all 11: Patio Hotel guest { "
a the proposed ordinance, the
a meeting will be held tit tin fioint'\\' I Providence, Iowa 1 .
councilman flatly declined to have
C of C. office next Monday night .
anything to do with it. Dr. Thompson An ,unsucreful attelllpt.t> t :>j
to d'ulI4; .. I
the proposed cungul ,
then named Byrd as chairman force the front door of thee* :

lice Lon of. the.city tax collector. of-' i... r .. of the !group, with J. J. Josait tlewoood Gift Shop at 21t West t j !i
with that of the count lo"item art .T<
) local plumber, and Ide to a..ist Venice uvenue also apparent: had
the meeting will be members been made bv the thievts
hni pAs
of the Venice city council, Circus Prepares For "
A flaieup over the granting ofa one result of the m mature
directors of the local C. of C., I
temporary license to two Englewood -i crimea e, Chief of Police Gerry r
and a delegation from Sarasota Final Dress Rehearsal : electricians working on then 'Pestotnik announced that a police '

beaded by Earle Stead, societal') I ,'\\' Pacburn home also enlivened / patrol will be untamed all' ,

of the Sarasota County Chamber'of (Continued on page eight) (Continued on pate seven) I.
Commerce. i Here Sunday, March 2 i I :, \

At the request of Director Tom I \"

Wrede, Sr., a resolution was Tae: b::."'i.I1..1 t ,1"1 i a ,nd waterproof| 'Big Top" of the Sparks I! '

adopted urging the State Road 'i'CUt i i' up mild al.and. daily rehearsals! of the many performers :; MORE THAN $2,000 RAISED\ ;f:i

Commission to raise the shoulders I re nuw in progress, down on the hhotigioundj at the Venice Airport I

All the Tamiami Trail where it ( South\ tiatei I t ie-, *m-h:r\' daJ Soon the circus band will be HERE IN HOSPITAL DRIVE <

Psows through Nokomis nil and all will !1e in adet foi the Public Dress Rehearsal PlaY-I

The directors went on record I'Utout-, which; o\J'i be Staged here at 2:30 pm Sunday, March 2, I Contributions totaling $2,02525 front more than 100 persons 1 .

(Continued on page eight) | tor the benefit of NJ-\.! Post No 151 of the local American Legion. and business house in Venice, Nokomis and laurel yesterday weN J
I reported collected for the proposed $200,000 Sarasota Veterans Mn 1
_At_. this writing there n are around
mortal )
100 performers, executive staff
MARTI and working men working at the Bazil E Bowen, chairman of
airport winter quarters, a mobil( the local campaign committee, $12,000 building permit
zation of show folk from all over laid the drive will be continued
for construction of five-
K.M.I. NEXT WEDNESDAY MfillTBrought the United: States, awaiting the here through tomorrow, Inasmuch room, concrete block dwelling a

opening of the tour which this a. the fund for construction of
708 Granada (Lot
pleading t avenue
back as a result of their exceptionally ; pel"nwmce
the hospital at last report stoodat
will embrace about 16 states
year 3, Block 29) wa issued roeterdijr -
here last year, Samuel Marti, Mexican violinist, and huBfaist ,nd cover an estimated 12,000 only approximately $160,000.
br City Building Inspector -
,wife, Cunhild NIlsson, will appear in recital at 8:15: p,m. next miles before November comes Bowen expressed sincere appreciation Hiram R. Me lo Lyle

Wednesday mound again and the show returnsto not only for the fine re-
evening the K.M.I. lobby. : H. Miller Work is to be tart- t7
i The concert, a* wu>last )'lIar's, Venice to spend the winter lonse; from contributors, but to ed Immediately, with! Guy

Is being sponsored by the Com- months. the many volunteer worker who dirwood the general contractor

munity Service Club, of which The show train is ready for the donated their time and energy to .

WeatheR Mr H. S. Bowden Is pre..J dent long trek, a* are the sleeping car the campaign all this week. The Miller house lie within .

and Mr. H, L. Mundy program which make the traveling homes "We had a late start," ha said, -nrht-of-way' for the

eXATURE RAINFALL chairman Tickets, priced at $1,50, for the circus troupers Another "but everyone pitched right in proposed Inland Waterway

High Low lodes' are now on sale at the Fexall i consignment of streamlined thowwagons and worked hard, enabling ui to anal through! Venice and U

lovely i1po ted ? ,? ..._ .. 1 >l Store and the Alpha Music Shop. arrived In Venice last turn In a sizeable ram for construction the ascend dwelling to bo

t'.l. 14 .,M. .H 14 4| 0.00Feb. Th will be presentedin week of the new hospital. If, built in that! mfct-ef-waf.

Is ......... It tII o.os two program parts, with Marti, long a Joe Hodgini, famous bareback however, anyone who wa not contacted The first inch BOWS*. i i. that
star and his talented desires to contribute, we at '
Fat, in Inter-\mencan riding circus being built by Curwood
ITrik. ....? 71 H 0.00 leading figure .
> uS .,,,.., .. It 419 0-00 cultural affair a* well a* being: troupe are practicing every morning ,would appreciate their sending a 709 Barcelona atom for Mr.
>*e. II to 4e 0.00 of the world's outstanding vio-, and animal trainers are put- check, made payable to "Veterans and Mr*. Frank

1 Frk.ttet; it. $l 0.15rteae one (Continued onpage two) (Continued on page two) (Continued on pace eight) Raeburn."i
tiltla ) .. $-f 1

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METING HERE MARCH 2 8 League 1'I :-

I'liuif loi \Veniceriadia road! luncheon meeting to be held !

.it the \iinci Inlet Pocks restaurant on Sunda, March 2, processed I '. w L t..j.I .

I Im week, with U. L Knuaid, chairman of the VenUe Business Asolution I t I fly

: announcing that acceptances of invitation* to attend already ;I Food t till tll\\

i sate been received from several officials I I 1 III
: j'.1 These include State Represent -- --- --- I I I Silt

t I t ti\es J. It. Peacock and Jerr>' I .....k'. rr alb T lit oG' I1r

t I l ollins of Sarasota, several .Sara- :I = : Hugel'' :. .h4'j; Th
Venice Bowlakade I dVeoIn t
I 1 ; ota county ('omminiioneii, indudnc l h..d. J'1, e' A4ft.\

;.. < \V. 1.. Woodard, and J. 1 K::. Women's League IJ t .. AVERAGE by Marjorii Ad 1.
t Edward, Sarasota county road I UMu. S'
1 uperintell who owns onfiderable property I W L Eo"I, ;

{ f I through: which the opened road ChirmI"nlilt,'.11..1, I >\ft.,.Ir.Ad,"t a'," t ,.III!I.

t' would run, also! plans to attend I Eorl'.. 4 a ,ood. 8r :.
St lrwwl Wnl.i I t. .1M
I and ha informed I\hwuid he will ''J and I A 4j ,...,,,.' Si, uAV
''k aid thenojut I Tailrr Falk 4 ., It.ni' lij
{ to voiuhmii! possible to Palm rind II h la

; I IllsHutri I I...t ..ifk'. n...ill-' t''hPalm' + h".. \.,,. ,t 11/1M
.oddJ '
State I Road Comiinsrionerv'ourtno 14 ilih "t' I illr.I'--I:; ; : ;::,. "" n ::
i Campbell of Dunedin, i;. Hilid I i .tionriliUr Mon :::. K, I
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I' F,'hrunty I r. Both i. m I, n. Lug. ,1M
all-t id until f.i"l hi., ...1'10'' .\H, ,.Ja
: AVERAGES ha H', .Ia
t it-ed Kucald' he not I 1M
Compiled, b, M.rjorl. AdotJ. rd, 8m t ,
'" .a attend tin se.sion. however, bt't" League SccrfUrflPI ., A.I: IU
:'HUfr he and 1 111.- fl'lloI' ho.H Ph.. HiKl J J
: ,n..iiioiui'< will, hate a meeting in 1"0'0001. gmlll,'. !A >. Js .I' j
t" uliahawnc! on that due huykrndsll, Trailer "Pail, :6td.nJon. : Eel,, '
I Meeting Tuesday Charm NrrllrwauIHalmos. Reality' IJI :: : K II,; I, I ::
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.. Further] details of luncheon ,
the ,
Unild-wn i and J I ilt Is '). J ? J lit
y' 7 ,v-:11: Ix di ('''N'd at the meeting Hidhmil "miHy.Hm.luv '. J" Ad ;inn 1\1\
I wxt Tuesday night! nt Cii0:: :N.I"on. ""h,.. Hotel I I 111 P J pi' I J Id III
jrliuli Venice Ituxinet JOH'H J and J Iltt
of the
.1 Earl.' Karl. II-
\ff I Hull, N. ,,il..nod III NORTH'V.
I :"lumber of Commerce office and Hnmhtv Mnltly. 111 Avenue
}. i I', \incaid urged every holder of a I H..... Mnlltyn'Jnn II" S.murl Marti violinist and Cunhild Nilsson
Fa' rar I and J. I I"
n' I. Venice city O'l'u"atiolluillcene to I 1I.mlt. !fine. II....I 1,,; appear in the Community Service Club concert in Announced
:ttend "iiinl join our 'no due*' I It atorkman'harm)Nrntlrwuod; 11.1, lr"Helier. ItPratt. itary Institute lobby next Wednesday evening at
upon uti ion of tk I
t d'il'| oitruniziition! Fail': I"; -- -- -
!mlh Emil'. I"', of opening' \i, Granada A's j
1 The luiuhcun sleeting a uitk "u..hl. Snout.'. la4
>.t.\ j 'ro," thi. :Sunday will start at 121:.! I I .\. 8url.., (hnrm. Palm 11 drill,';atyI I"I4, IIARll COMIIIT TO BE: HELD} clear through to the Gull I

noon and will be over in time to Ulvhtoil. 'r,ailtr ""ok I". I 110111'Jumard: pl'ello
c.. H.".... J and J of the \en Lind Co.tkil
i' t :ermit tho-e (present to witnev"he I I HI""K'h.. 1,1',I ." K.M.I. NEXT W[() : ()
h : 2 p,m, K,M I.I.I dui pi ado and I HI.I.... PlnrHat.. I IM "I announced of three Iota
\ /I"rI.. Palm Inillie. '"
I he benefit final dress rehearsal .. Tim. ,)l"l Pail, as (Continued from page one) that "red through bi |

a' : j of the Sparks Circus, which will I I.und.v.,. Eol'Point," gall; ,UsHale. ae linmu, haring honors with hip
l Hurt at their Venice Air lace II in. (',mirk. rln., Hotel all wife i C I I.. H. r 'ton of Wip |
F-. H.nr-, J and I II An event of d Lot
1 fir quarters| at 2:30 p.m, "Sonat/i No 1for Violin and the wedding 111, puuh.i> l.Blwij
lot at the i.
; a |
CIRCUSContinued Piano, b>' Beethoven will be followed \ m\r Methodist
l, FROM MINNESOTA of Granada, Citili |
John Hau-.r of Sleepy Ere, 'Concerto for Violin ty Sngletarj: and Park Boulevard,
Minn., and Walter Hauctr of GibSon I ( from page one) \\uniuwiikl" and "Suite I'op- Cl\ile leigh 15. Sn,ith, who 11 mil!: ]
tint the trained horses, dogs, oulane, bde Falla-Kochanhkl
) Hlot: :
t'f Wayne ,
I Minn, have been here MKitnjr at the Park Terrace Atrb
ponies, goat and through the After the intel'mi..iOIl. a croup
pigs Elliott of
their mother Mr*. Heni>' purchased lot 1 i and !,
finishing touches, preparatory to of piano solos will he followed by '
t leaser and other Hau Maunece '
George 42, at t' ul'thweot cor-
the tour. four Spanish- Am< rican folk songs
!; fir, owner of the \ence. lumber The newlj' \ of Granada d l A't'nu.' del
A i and l rhumln
o.Fjloil Manual James 1-duar U veneiou a h\ I'enjamin-1'i trip to .
.l)' donating the entire receipt rowTht mon)', and will I
I 100 per tent of the encores promise a treat Nokomis
afteinoun' business to the local consisting of vcm': : ananircment-

FOR SALE Leon! : |hurt.Following. of popular] mu.ir. \\3iile exeivminute Get lid of Masonry
the dress rehearsal of tart >'enr't ron'ertas Contractors
o:hi'r items
CABOVER.ENCINE chow here on March 2, the Sparks enjoyed b\ the audience, Itl'1I I ,
cot Gondolier STUCCO'
: J. '41 Ford Tractor Circus will leave via the Seaboard Maitu encore numbers that drew FLOORS\ BRICKLUI\G

'46 Motor : road for the first regular nhe- the mo.t enthusiastic applause. I i I :>OS SIDEWALKSWE
duled performance, afternoon' AFTER CAN SECURE
':. ',,11,1' 20-ft. Trailer [I and night on Tuesday, March 4, READ YOUR MATERIALS

a,J" I I at Fort Mjer, to b<> followed b)" I Coming Events I i OF THE i/ Estimates Phone 1438I

,r'.tfj, IvfcNEILVenice .Arcadia on Wednesday, March 5, 'I' WHY I GUY CHARLESCURWOOD
T. J. Sarasota '
on Thursday, March 6, I TO
: Fla I and other Florida cities, before Friday February 21
.. 'heading northward. 4 pm, World l Day of Prayer I UP I Venice Englewood.
I ...
'. observance, First Baptist Churxh:
5 p.m., K,M.I. basketball game
with Florida Military Academy in

BUT. kMl gin. ( Preliminar J.V.game .

starts 4 p.m.)

Saturday, February 22
Washington Birthday. Post
THEY DIDN'T STEAL OUR VALUES! office will be open but Venice .

Nokomis Bank will be closed ail:

da>'. Majority of local store will

Yes, burglars did break into our close at 6 p.m. to permit owner
and employees to attend the Sara
a 1 store early last Wednesday morning and de Sola Pageant parade in Sarasota -

stole Saturday night. K,M.I. cadets
merchandise. and band will march in parade.

Monday February 24 SHOP
7:45: pm. No-Vel post AmerIcan
they couldn't steal the values Legion meets to elect off.,.

that are regular features at LANIER'S. cer, Legion clubhouse Venice AirBase

Come in (but not at 4 a.m., 8 p.PI., K. I.I. eager play La I
Bello High School at 1\)1.1.
please) and see for yourself the bargainswe Tuesday, February 25 fyni. >

feature at 8:30 p.m., meeting of Venice CLOSED,
Business Association at Chamber

of Commerce office. Open to pub-

Thursday. February 27

7.30: pm., special meeting of NOTICE.4Mta
American Legion auxiliary in honor
Goods and Ready-to-Wear of Mra A. J. Ryan of Jacksonville -

departmeht president and

213 West Venice Avenue Phone 2182 Mrs R. N. Miller of U Bd'e: district .

president, at Legion clubhouse -
Venice Air Base

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February 21.194i
the secretary-trewur-r, whIte; Bob i
[ M. 1. IBy Lerch was named n th College PresidentTo MwjrwjrMnrMjrjrMjr-jr'jr'A
K. Clippings I '!rj!ant-
at-arms. Preach At VENICE'S OWN CIRCUS 8

BILL MILLER From the office of Captain: Nel- Methodist Church
son C. Hodgin, headmaster
I and bandIt SUNDAY
The entire cadet corps come the hat of boyj who han Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president 2nd
In the
tomorrow ,.
U) march been on the Honor Roll 1 for all! of
of Florida
ji Parade of the Pageant of the four month this year, and College, located MARCH
de Sots it WM announced who have in Lakeland, Florida, will be
an average of 8500
,S week by Colonel C. B. Rich more for the entire period. the guest preacher at the Venice-

nod, president of the school. The Abrams and Lerch, R. I ld the Iwt Nokomis Methodist Church Sunday PUBLIC
fa will leave Venice won after with 97.33 and t'6.00 respectively! morning at the 11 o'clock |
and will spend the evening
pper Stnaota In their third match of the year, worship hour. j DRESS REHEARSAL

The Hi,Y Club,,which organized a match with tension, Illinois, For almost a quarter century, _
during the Kentucky term, the rifle team fired a total score Dr. Spixey has been the head of & BENEFIT OF jfe tNoVel

it of 883 out of a po..'hie' 1000 Florida Southern, during which
last week, and
scted officers an. 5 Post 110. 159jlmerifan Legion 5
need that it would sponsor the This score wa i2 points Meter time much has been done toward
Florida dance thin than their firm 11tht firmly 8
tool i first William establishing the Institution AFTERNOON ONLY 2

u, The members elected 'Pinky' Randolph Hearst Trophy etch: in the culture of Florida. Even 1 Door Open it 2 P.M. Rehearsal starts .t 2:30 P.M. W
binson as their president, withttmy fired last week though Florida Southern Is a
Thompson as his vice-pres- LOCATION
, at
Old Ue and Aching M.m.le. Methodist College, one does not
eat Bill Lillycrop was chosen as Venice City Airport South Cat Entrance
(that 'Aje! and Ex:>erience,' according have to be a Methodist to enroll
to the faculty) patted: for its training.For .
SHOE their skill last Sunday: aerl'oon"
R&R the last 10 there
REPAIRING against the Youth and Vitality: of years
1 the cadets in several! exhibition! have been students at Florida
SPORTING GOODS matches, with the result that the Southern from the Venue NokomU JAMES, EDGAR PRESENTS
MJ W. Vomits A... Vinlc ge'i\ now lead n* the \ouh' vicinity Last summer, Dr. 01 arm
Opposite, V..ilc..NclMnli Bank) by .
( a 3-2 tally.! However, two double Spivej transported a class enrolled
matches and, one sin ri!* are yet
in the summer school to Guatemala
to be p axed ( P.S. Th* faculty:
li hoping to keep tir: Ie..& Charm less a sudden attar'\ of rli-<:a' these students were learners of I 4f
tl.m eU in.) Latin American culture and Ianjuj -

Beauty Don Trautnur, A "e'rw of the {-e. Plane are computed for a

Senior dune eonr::"e rus announced similar excursion next summer, for I '
Salon that Pay M K'n @/ will! which credit is given at the col 'I f
leg I
pU! for K I'I! Coi: :* neat I
The Rev. Corning F. Tolle, I
Tnxi; and LuciU Ball :3t
on May Dean of Men at the college, will
223 West Miami Avenue accompany Dr. Spivey to Nokomis i W&I'Q FAMOUS THREE RING ;
Phone 2811 lost or found to.r.et'n: L.e Sunday J JI
t ti
a Gondolier: cia.aif: '-vl ..1.
WIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII."fIj. Mr and 1\lrs. Mark Marden and :
...., .1 Jo.." Album--Capitol 14 2 5Bil i daughter Esther, from Holders i ,
At The ClrcM. .. a2.'Sl'JJwsl.Harry k I
'' tit, \. H., are in Venice for amonth' ;
: :
Jams I Sic fi
stay, after havingiMted!
'Connect'WMAra"res Sl Vluii
In the winter :
'California earlier '
M. Ell. Mat Morns tie !II:
Atomic Power," Fred Kirby 5Jc "Pl| F..t Pt,I" UJo 3 They are friends of Arita Graves rIC.
7 and Evelyn Baker, of the Nestle-
LENDING LIBRARY FILMS DEVELOPED 4 .HOL.< HH..1 N wod Gift Shop, who also operate :
a gift chop in Holdel ness during ;
ALPHA MUSIC SHOP 5 the summer month l

Rl|. Phllca. Str.mk.rg-C.rl.on tat Westinghouse Rca> O.I'" j A SUPREME 1 '
Get nd of used furniture or
ill W. Venice Ass. P other items through use of a low- I.. ,
Radio R.palra Radios Rented Camera j
WIIIIIIIIII."IIIIIIIIIII. co-t Gondolier clarified ad. I ;\




STARS of the "Make Believe" Land of \ "
Sawdust and Spangles ILI( t j ,. .



Beautiful Girls-Gorgeous Costume


Famous Equestrians from Europe :t,

! MEXICAN VIOLINISTGuniiild [ [ [ Sparks Circus Herd Copt. John While' J t 4 "'

Troupe of only
r '/ Performing Elephants Leaping Greyhounds 1 .

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,"11 From South of the Border

Mexican High Wire Artiiti-Juqglen." Acrobats U
Nilsson lL 1

flYING IAITONS Aerial' Cloud Ballot "
Aerialists/ Supreme Human Butterflies
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Francisco Reynosa TroupeFrom
: Urtguiy, South America

1.' .1 The I Performing Swiss Porcine

:'! ,.' Liberty Horses Goats Circus'

f ',' ; K.M.I. LOBBY Mexico's Greatest Girl Acrobats i


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10 .H.....Maurice Sunday grhool Pelts Mnl.1et
'i 11 a.n Mornlnn\o..hlp,
I t p.m. Young ttlloxhlp Getup
1 10 p.m. Evening service
prayer Wednesday and eons. 710 xrvlrc p.m., Mi,..,4

do not agree with a word you gay"but I will defend 10 .....Englewood Sunday g School 3.I 11'11
: 'with my life your right to say it' VOLTAIRE Lampp ..up'p. \. Iota
1 .. I .... Church Mrvlw
; .A Published every Friday Editorial and business office, 313 West
jRjRjR11Y Venice Avenue, Venice Florida P. 0 Box 632. Phone Venice 313J.I FIRST BWTIST CHURCH
t Nassau at Miami A.min
D. Campbell. ... Crawford.

f I Entered a> aecond-claia matter June 6, 194, at the post office 80'.ID.p...ktomlnn. BYPU service.
ot Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 t:tO p.m. Evening: ....I...
Wednesday. so, 1,.11I, Mid.trtel
Subscription rates One year, $2.50) six monthi $1.50i three prayer aar.lc.. _
month, 75c. Classified advertising rates 2 cent per word, first 20
I words 1 cent per word for each additional word. CHURCH
I i Rev. J W. Hinton, PM. '

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS.... ... .................... ?. Editor end Publisher I* '.m. ..Sunday School: |11 ..
i HELEN WILLIAMS. .. .. ... ........_........... ..... .... Office Manager Evening Mornlni services services. I WHntMlay pm BTUit.t bT"prayer
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: Let's Have A Sewer System ST. MARK'S_EPISCOPAL

Installation of a sewer system and disposal plant in Venice long CHURCH

rronths ago approved by the voters, should be proceeded with at the Riviera. Leonard Si W.and 8.Ptlrrma Str.4er PlssDr. Rclw

I earliest possible moment. Oti '.18. Sunday 1I..h..I.II .
'! I.tn. Mornine .." ,v.
We are Informed fund are available for the woik Engineering
1 1g
; reVisions I Venice AvfnmR
A C. l>. J.rnlwar Polio,
fti The State Health Department is becoming increasingly insistent 10 a.m. Sunday 1I'h..ol.
Fat the city do something about its sewage problem and cease permitting II a.tn. Preaching.
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1 "! NOW THEN UCT'5 TALK ABOUT VtXI. I 1 :III |' m F.achon
t septic tank overflow to go Into the storm drain system, in Thursday. 7 so i..m. Young r",1t'1

'i 4 violation of the state law It is obvious that Venice cannot grow Into'JJ service.Friday.. t-I urn. ....0111 >UI>UF,
the city we all envision until it ha an adequate sewage disposal
'JJ system.c Venice Local Red Cross Cull Th..tr.. V.nic. Avenue
: Engineer C. K. S. Dodd of Sarasota once again has informed tale Brings I Vesicle

; city council that it would actually be cheaper to build a new sewage Jeweler Out of'Retirement' Workers Receive ..m.Re.M Co...L.. EI.I..d., Ps.tost '

tposal: plant on the south shore of Venice Bay, weft of Stone Grove,
1 New Material
r ;' rtther than attempt to use the existing plant at Venice Army Air FLY TO VENICE

PIU't' After many years in the jewelry, : S\'enty-fh'e more yards of ma- Flying down from Jackson,
The Gondolier, in common with others here, believed the council -
I business in :Maryville, Tenn., ; terial enough for about 35 Mich., in their own Reliant
should give serious consideration to the feasibility of using the air Lewis know leu one day last year 'dresses came to the local Red Cruisair Mr and MM H. U Gentry
hate sewage! plant which the city has acquired without cost. 1
II decided to retire and with Mrs 'I Cross foreign relief sewing group of that city arrived In Venice
engineers and other unbiased assured
Army presumably
persons Knowles, return to his native this week, it was disclosed by Mrs. last Monday for a moitiis vim
lit that there was valid why the plant Hhouldnt be used
no reason at "
I Florida "to loaf and fish I Charles :McG Roberts chairman. with :Mrs R. A. Baldwin, of the
t considerable 08'inot/ city funds. I I
'J Knowles closed out his jewelry Although the Venice-Nokomis Copper kettle Inn :MM Baldwin 11
The council however seemed reluctant the
to even probe desir.1
store in :Maryville all right, and I workers already have exceeded Mrs. Gentry1 mother,
ability of using the air base set-up. To those who urged such
I their :Mrs Roberts said the
he came to Florida, all right and quota '
} vtFtigation, the reply, in effect was: "Mr. Dodd 1 Is a competent, rep "
he still to in 1 little need for clothing In war devastated -
Liable engineer. We hired :Mr Dodd to recommend a plan and site. manages get a Gondolier classified ads ret itlultl -
1 fishing, all right, but his brand- countries is still so great that
He recommends plant Venice the and II .
I a new on Bay as being cheapest
the here have agreed to
new jewelry store and watch repair women
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croft satisfactory solution of our problem. That settles it.
shop in the Post Office Arcade continue with the work. Volunteers -
: The Gondolier for one, pointed out that If )II'. Dodd asserted the
in Venice him little' are welcome to join the COPPER
ntw plant would be cheaper, he must have at least formed a rough gives ;:decor=
R idea of how much it would' cost to build a. sewage system using the I time for that 'loafing' plan- group any Thursday morning be. bt.. Reasonable. KETTLE
ti ned to do. I tween "J &.1\1. and 12 noon at the Past
air base plant. Certainly] ', to get an approximate Idea of the cost of ; INN
\ enice \okomin :Methodist Church.All (For Guests Only
"I I 'retired' little too
the latter plan it wouldn't be necessary to make a detailed suiveyto guess a materials and are its S. Harbor Drive VENICE
touklnt :Mr Dodds figures be produced for consideration* soon," he mid, 'because when, I equipment Phone 1ISS.It
; furn *h<>d.
This week' council meeting at long last produced figures to saw how Venice was growing, and
lack Mr Dodd's contention that it would 1 les
up cost to build a new discovered there need for
: was a ,
: ,tlant At reported to the council by J. C Byrd, local architect, :Mr "* "
1 Dodd estimates comparative costs of the two plans as follows (exclu. my line of work here I couldnt i I H.! and II. BAR '

r ; sivtof the cot of laying pipe for the general sewage collection system i resist getting back into business I

about $lbO, which' would be similar for both set-ups) again. The fact that the fishing I 305 WEST VENICE AVENUE

t New plant I co>tO' ...... .. .............. ...........................$ ,do: around here Is wonderful" he ad- I "Always You'll Find Here

t Air base plant cot ..... .......... .. ...... ... .... ...... .. .$8fi,000Mr mitted with twinkle in his .
\ eyes "Besides Wines And Beer
; : Dodd explains that the city would not be able to use exist. Light ,

1 4; : irg: mains at the air base (they're partly of wood and are too small), "may also have had something to'' "A Pleasant Atmosphere,

.t1 to a large! force main" would have to be laid from the downtown district do with my decision to settle I "Good Friends Good Talk

\- : all the way' to the air bate plant. 12,000 feet at $4 per foot heie:' ,

,i I or $48,000 One extra "lift station," at $8,000, would have to be constructed Knowles born in Tarpon Good Cheer"BUD
It would cost, he says according to Byrd $25,000 to rerrodcl Springs ho went through NEWBERRY BOB OATMAN

the disposal plant, and other extra expenses would boost the elementary schools before going

'J total to $86,000.Some north received hn watchmakingand

tf f of Mr. Dodd's figuring appears challengable, but we're Jewelry training at Bowman

:,' 10 engineering expert. At least, citizen of Venice now have some Technical School in Lancaster Pa FE1TE AIRCRAFT SERVICE
t r !thing more satisfactory to consider than "Mr. Dodd says we should He and Mrs. Knowles temporarily

e tio! this, Q.E.D., we ought to do what he says without question." residing at the Venice Bay Trailer Specializing In All Types of

In our experience, too many engineers lawyers and doctors no Park plan to build their own AIRCRAFT PARTS REPAIRS AND
t, matter how high their professional standings have flatly disagreed home soon In Venice or vicinity. ,

1"1I' "I so often that we. 're reluctant to accept any advice from such a source CONVERSIONSCharter

.] w being ipso factor the one true Faith." FOR QUICK RELIABLE Service to Any Place in Florida
1- But we' need sewers as soon as we can get them. That ii an ob. SERVICE CALL

/: i vous fact we' belitSo, unless someone can convince the council VenicePlumbing Hangar Space To Rent

"-.'J .. '1J Oat Mr. Dodds recommendations are wrong we think most citizens SALES AGENCY FOR GLOBE SWIFT AIRPLANESJ.

f'1 will agree that his pUn should be accepted and that bids for the work Shop A. HARTER Airport. Manager

ti's' J JJI.r\ should be sought!: Immediate! I Box 14, Venice Phone. 2153 Main Hangar VENICE AIR BASE Phone 3442

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BYRNES "Party Attracts \ t

Attendance of 250
Ai this U being written (Monday afternoon), we still| don't r'+

tno* for sure whether this Issue of The Gondolier will come to you Approximately 250 persons attended ;

(nth from our own press, with all the type wt up in our own plant, 15N'T. r. last Monday night' benefit
Right now, iff nip and tuck
whether Roy
? Bot. missing pans will ar'l rtN LUCK card party of the VeniceNokomil
,!* in time to enable ui, at long last, to reach that happy point. JUST AS I ii'To '
Women' Club, held in tM-
i However, Howard Briley, our THt Mo&T
NT K.M.I lobby to make the affairan
mechanical superintendent, as- that fact to the attention of
It won't be long Of MY outstanding cuccess.
lures us now. one. "The regular threecentrate WORK "TOE
from Arcadia lastteelt for Those In charge of the various
(Howard came letters and five cent for WHISTCE.Diows. !
to take over operation of air mail applies also to mail ad. activities included Mrs. C..B. Richmond t

tor "back hop" and many of dressed to Canada" Mr*. Fields Mrs. Thomas Kennedy, (hirer F

rg already have met him. loin said, "but when It conies to post H. L. Mundy Captain Ed Scales,
jifley and their two daughters cards, that'a different. A one-cent Mrs. F. Barkley, and Mrs. Joseph Ire

lAnD and Jinx, hope to move stamp U sufficient if the card Is H. Scales. t

fen soon, although they may wait going someplace In the U.S., but Prize winners included Mrs. Y

antfl the end of the school term. it takes two cents to carry it to Joseph Nushbaum, Mr*. A, H

Canada." Bowman, and Mrp. A, ,L, .Hlalock. )
Post cards to Canada require a '* '

TWO-CENT stamp Mr* Dow It was 10:45: last Tuesday night j i Why not subscribe now to The

othy Fields Venice postmaster and the city council wan going in Gondolier? Only 2.50: per year P
and her itaff this week besought full iwing. The telephone in the oo $1.50 for six month '

aid of The Gondolier In calling city clerk's office rang It WM for f

1HH4' 4'H4'..".r 4 Dr. T. S. Thompson president of O Gas on StomachRelieved
the council "Doc" came hurrying 0
Business back to the council table, but In 5 minutes or 1

AND i he didn't refine his eat. R non .eea double nea"e your. .rlt I sooner re.X. .- ..back'.M, ...1'-
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"Gentlemen he said hastily, "I'm -rib the hoot nuns _,,,,.... anw.n fr r
ProfessionalDirectory .....
nasi.aefie .1-.101. Ii" thaw In Mn
but I've .. ,
sorry got to go delivera Xu. I I. tu-ll-m brlnri onlun li a
line Of ...... ,our agn" 61ta an nets 01 aatta /
added .
baby Then he apologetically .. .,. .J< UI tlniuu .
I "Maybe you'll have to fire ,Cp -r r

me as a councilman-I'm called i
I away co often." Hut his fellow @ScrilchinLca.

WILLIAM ATTORNEY LAMAR ROSE councilmen agreed that "the newbaby" L..: -is....:.----\y.. ..:..--.. fcotumnonAi CARTOON Co H T. r "oy* J s| For quick relict from Itchmf caned by eozeM.athltte'i .
AND took priority over any remaining --- 0 foot_bin,purples and other itchint
COUNSELORATLAWTITLE I city business! and cheerfully condition, UM pure, cooling, medicated,liquid
TRANSACTIONS eral Electric: dealer plans to attend D.O.D.MEIcmrTION. A doctor' formulaGrrnrlm
excused him, even though it 1 Tide TablesVENICE and.IanI_. Soolhei. comforts and S
Phone Punt Corda sal V tSIPR. a "G ;-Day" meeting to be quickly ulna intfnw itching 3Sc tn.l bold.
left themI a 'luol'urn'l INLET ovenit. r money back Don'loull.. A..,....
(Councilman George liotts is still held in Jacksonville a week from Pate (Punts !)... Collection) druggist today fix D. D. D. IssscalPTtera I >
Hluh Low
H. J. '
PHYSICIAN HOEPPNER [ broken leg mend,1) I'.S The Electric: dealers. Dan S.t.. Feb. 22 1.11 I.m. .:18 ..m. Bronchial '
baby turned out to be a girl, bornto Web-ler of the Collector of Internal 2,88 p.m 1,66 p.m. Coughs
Holly-.d Apt.-H.I.t-MI..1 A .. Sun.. F.b. }. I.n ..m. S:44 I.m.
Hit I a Sarasota couple. Revenue office in
JS-U.: Phone tS3l Tampaand 2166 p.m. .:Cl I..m. 1
I I n his assistant, C. L. Mclnnis Won.. Feb. 14 .. 2:41 l.m. Moo .m. Due to Colds
deserve a vote of thanks for coming ':IS p.m. 0:04 p.m.
That fire alarm last Monday' Spend 45 cents today at any drug
I Tues.. Feb. 8.1Wtd. .,3' I.m. .:811 I.m.
to Venice lust Monday and store for a bottle of BUCKLEY'S CAN-
JAMES E. BLADES M.D. for fire the IS4 p.m. 10,31 p.m
noon was a grass neur II .
ADIOL MIXTURE-triple aetiaf-
Tuesday to help local folk with ., .
Vob. It .4:47 D:4T
St. AMflMUW* I(I Granada Court Apartments Firer I their income "It I..m. 11:4 I'.m. promptly to help loosen up thick sticky
PHONES Office 321-H.m* *134 I Chief Dewey Stephens report tax problems. They Thur... Feb, tl ..,35 '.m. I.4r. I.m. phlegm aoothe Irritated throat membranes I
HOURS "-11, a !. '. Extpt were kept busy both days at the 4S. p.m and ease hard coughing cpcll
nu....., and Saturday f, M, \'o damage. Kenneth Hijrwl C. of C. office. It afforded another Fi. Feb ;a ,,111 I..m. I:nT I.m. Try It the ery next time a cold result a
of Higel'i Appliance., Venice GenEFFICIENT' demonstration of the fact In a wracking stubborn cough-And out {
for yourself how good and effective It
that in such governmental cases than to require 50 or 60 peopleto li for coughs due to colds. Get BUCK- r>
it'* far more sensible to have one make separate trips to Sarasota LET'S CANADIOL MIXTURE-made I
II or two officials trek to Venice or Tampa. the U.S.A. -TODAY- all
SERVICE .., .. .. A.
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If your watch U in need of repairs let I W druJalota.'I
our professional expert give it the sen- :r4 l A Privilege to Live in Florida 1 /REASONS W
ke it requires to put It in good working I
order. Reasonable prices! Visit our hop I A Distinction lo Live in Venice increasing 'IJ
Back With
today and save Here you get the bert IJ: Snap a

for tees: } H. N. WIMMERS &al 1

Eb Realtor {-i: jI jt

Office Arcade Venice I ,
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'I Where the Tamiam; Trail Meet the Open Gulf

DNiIWd! .. speedily rlle,.
[ i1 'G'f- g D simple headache and painful

Measured dose In powder
D tarn for quick uaimllatlon.
"In the Heart of the Businewi District" r '
Proof of rnarlt. Sane ape torsaula ; I
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s- VENICE, FLORIDA Standard V. 0. .. 1tIIr14l.s.. t \ I
IL PATIO HOTEL D t.Iborat4lr1 tested, IIOIlUOIled. I t
R.III prim raop 01 "'-'-' ( ;
Howard Whaley glC1e and We tsar ,, a ...j
.f Federal Deposit lnwrsnco Corp. Manager 0AUtIOal 'v. Italy as .utIML :, .
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/ 13 Day and Up Weekly Rates l II

$:5000 M.limum For E.c Depositor U.ur.rw $5000 223: West Venice Avenue VENICE Phone 3572 buy mow ,I'1' ariTABB '

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J ). Iyn, N. Y., (Pines Hotel) 5 Mr. and Providence, Iowa, (Hotel
Mass., (Del Rio Apts. ye
Nokomis Chamber of Commerce ton,
Mr*. Christophe Magee Mrs. Cyn- nezia) | Mrs Blanche Scb1Iclt;
j Winter VisitorsLatest I folio" : I' bliss Marion H. Smith Groveland, Weque- thia Stuart Magee Christophe Magee Clay, N. Y., (Venice Bay Trufa
.. and Mrs. E. R. Fowler, tonsmg, Mich., ((213
< Mr.
J. W. Gil- Jr., Alder Creek, N. Y. (Ja- Park)I Frank A. Riedl, DtwW
Kamsack, Saskatoon, Canada, avenue)! Mr. and Mr ,
(Del Rio Beach); A. G. Griffith, Ht Mich., (HoMra. Veneiia
of winter (Hotel Venezia) ; Mr*. Esther bert, Owensboro, Ky., may ; Mr. Wj
registrations "K'jminsky, Brooklyn X. Y., Apts.); Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Vernon, 0., (Hollywood ApU) ; Jack Reed, Fowlerv\1t\]
visitors, as reported by Secretary (Venice-Myakka Hotel)! Mr. and Wigle, Lexington, Mich., (Del Rio Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cook West Mich., (Copper Kettle Inn).
Marry A. Beach of the Venice- Mr. Edward P. Whann Euclid, Apt.): Mr. and Mr*. Joseph

0., (Park Terrace Apt) Mr. and Meno, Lexington Mich., (Duke'a, ,

;: Ralph Wilhelm Mr* David B. Clapp, Westfield, Nokomis) Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
\f! PLUMBING, HEATING X. J., (Coby ApU)! Mr. and Scholefield, Darien, Conn, (Wor- NOW OPENSundays

f AND REPAIRS Mr. E. T. Hutchings Louisville, thington)| Mr. and Mrs. R. E. T ..' -.
w "No Job TIM Large No Job Ky., (Cosby Apts.). King, Maplewood, X. J., (Nokomis -

1 Too_Small" Mr*. S. M. Wetherbee, Mr Lodge).
Venice sate Sarasota TO-S42
i P. O. Box 1132 SaraiolaVENICE Alice B. Harrington, Waltham, A. B. Conley Cape Charles,
Mass., (Venice Bay Trailer! Park) ; Va., (Hotel Veneiia: Miss Irene
I Mrs. John Findley and family! La Fontaine, Mr Martin Paye
F It Cliff wood, Beach, X. J., (Valencia Detroit, Mich., (El Patio)! GeorgeE. 1 P. M. to 12 Midnight

.t Apt..); Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Dickinson, E. N. Dickinson, Indianapolis -
i vs. Beck, M. H. Werschley! Mr. and Ind., (El Patio) Mr.
Mrs. Robert A. Harton, Lansing, and Mrs. A. P. Shuelj, Lakewood
SARASOTABowling I Mich., (EI Patio Hotelll)! Mr. and 0., (Komsee Inn); Mr. and :Mrs. '
Mrs. A. L. Jones, St. Paul, !Minn. Edwin Sejbold! Mantfield, 0., Week Days

Match Anna K. Means, Kentland, Ind., (Myrtle s,'enuej) I Mr. and Mr*.

1\ 1. ON OUR ALLEYS (Hotel Venezia) Dr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Chapman, Brooklyn, X.' 9 A.M. to 12 Midnight
Venezia Mr. and MraJeptha
I Y., (Hotel )j
8 P. M. Frederick Coonley, Mr*. GeorgiaI. I Jett, Danville, K)'., (Va-'
f Arnold, Staten Island rY..,
lencia Apts.)
,) Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
(Tnbby Apt |
Next Sunday Ham' Jennings. Jr., and family,I Mr. and :Mr. C. V, Aikman, WEEK-END SPECIALS

New Fairfield, Conn., (Worthington Flint, Mich., (Copper Kettle Inn)! .

\\ You're Invited to Watch Apu.1I)! Captain and Mrs. I.i Mr. and Mr. Ora F. Gould, West

These Two Barker, L'.S.X. (Ret.) Little.SHOEstJlij .! Branch, Mich., (Copper Kettle
: Fine Team In Action
Inni) I Mr. and Mr David McTag- JIM PONDER'ScORS

gut Flint, Mich., (Copper Kettle
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VENICEBOWLAKADE Inn)II; Maurice J. Beilclaire East

"j Grand Rapids, Mich (Hollywood! '

I \pts.i) ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eich-
t f And Grill ,mann, Union City, X. J., (Hotel I Ii
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\enezia); Miss Clara A. Bromley,
245 West Miami AT.
'i Deke's Shoe Repair I Boston, Mass, (Hotel Veneiia) ,
' Phone 2661 Next <. Fire Stain I II
} (1 1 (Venice An, Colored Section) : :Mr. and Mr. C. R. Knott,
I Greenwich, Conn., (Worthington I

IApL')1) Dr. and Mrs. Frank
I Ballou, V.hinjEton D. C., (''W'I ImmediateDelivery
ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP"Your ice MjaUa Hotelll); Mr. and Mrs.

I David R. Murray, Traverse City,
Appearance Is Your Fortune Do Not Neglect"
j I Mich, (c/o :Mr. William Pearson -
I I ; Mr. and Mrs. George Kauff-

"MEN'S NIGHT" i man, Alpena, :Mich, (Treasure Island -
Manicure, Etc. : /I; Miss Gloria Buen, Brook-
t j'. 'l SATURDAYS 5 P.M. TO 9 P.M.
Make Appointment or Drop In

Post Office Arcade Phone 2603 I READ THIS COPY

II NORTH We Have Government Surplus


Hollywood Apt.-Hot.l Bid,. 219 West Miami A... I

0i' Phone Venice 2086 i VENICE POST OFFICE Houses for Sale
r UPHOLSTERING Cl..nint-M.-to-Ord.r UphoUtormi 1 SCHEDULE
Slip Covers, Drapes, Etc.-General Sewing i Mr'. Dorothy Fields T>o !t ELECTRICAL R..iro-R.fri.lion-Ho..hold. and Com. INCOMING MAIL
mercial-All Homo Appliance tlIIu a.m. ttn, ,
il. PAINTING-Bm.h or Spray Trailtri-In, and Cart,Outside Etc. Building.Furniture .- 'h Sunday.OUTGOING, 11:90 MAIL..m, r.m f Delivered) \ On Lot, With Foundation\ )

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I Sunday, 1IIirti..
\r SEE US NOW FOR WORK ON YOUR HOME window, own. i Parcel .|.".| and Stones IncludedRanging
I .1'0'1''| s a.m 10 I |im : money
ord i !" to linn | .m, SulurID .
\ nil "i"Jo..., M am, to 12"I"
I '.' IH.norol l lirhtfiy onl). oin, lo

t 'CALL GEORGE'Do I $250 to $800SEE

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sd i "!io" claim medical authorities! who ought to DESOTO?
know) Mature has so constructed and physically C
suffer woman that in many cases she's
apt to certain distressing symptoms PLYMOUTH?
during her life. For instance,when she enters
womanhood during the menopause, the
period when fertility ebbs away. LAND'COMPANY
If o, whenever VENICE
your car
Now It on certain days' of the month-female
functional monthly disturbances bring it toas
causing you'to suffer from pain, nervous dare or just "Call George,"
I tress and feel ao tired, cranky you snap at Venice 2581.
a- k,4, your children and husband-then do try Lydia
JB. Plnktuun's Vegetable Compound to reuevasuch
1)) symptoms. It's lemma for this purpose We Specialite in Repairing

4t i Mod ESPECIALLY For Girls and Women Chrysler ProductsWe

Pint-hum's Compound Dots not than relieve
d F uch monthly pain. It ALSO relieves! accompanying -
T11) nervous tenalon,Irritability and weak
highstrung feelings when due to this cause. Pick Up And
r Taken regularly thruout the month this Deliver
great medicine helps build up resistance Car ROBERT S. BAYNARCf FRANK D. ROEBUCK
against such distress. A thing any sensible
"'OIIWllbould want to do I President Sal.smanager
y Lydia pmkhanVk Compound Is also very NOKOMISGARAGE I \
effective to relieve hot flashes and those funny, "' VENICE ;
embarrassing feelings during the yean 38 to FLORIDA
1 M-when due to the functional 'middle-age'
period peculiar to women. Pkon e 3581-
Plnkham's Compound Is,wort* trying George T. Devlin. Prop.
"In Business i To H lp.Build Venice! imd'Ven'ca! !
r J.J'1oLL _u' VEGETABLE On the. Trait Phone 2581 i
o fK "o COMPOUND Values'p

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r4T MAP\ OF VENICE AND) VICINITY\ Legion to Elect 1'

New Officers
d 'I

4 Next Monday Night

Asia 1004cJn Offline for /In! of :-0'\1 i

1 lost :No I 16!) of the American I.e

gon will be elected'! next Mon.

day night und Installed in a brut,
ceremony that mine evening, A

e program/ of entertainment will be t

given in the I 1.i>ttin'ii Venice Air
Hine clubhouse following tthe

fhoit buHiiiKu ftuKion. Wives and .

I friend of the I.ejtionnaiieii have t

i been hn itt'd to attend the pioKi k

I 'am.
Ralph: Sin peon, fuiiiKr Arm

Air Corps (Hlllli| / and JIKMIlt ti. r
Lob .
name officer of the \mrha < \

hem noniinat- I
/- M. \Vreli, Jr., uf ('om r ('

N I man
will be accepted| l from tin flooi. (.'

,' it In expected| | the entire laU nub I dt
V: ,
l tat all r F. + initUd Itthe. nominating ton .: y.

', .' ".' initlee will )he eleitid a'

ot1 i ) Adjutant 1 II.! K:. lo: \\'m maid the : '
: me.tiIiK'iII action lit 745: pin. l

'; '.' ,.. : hA.:: :' I ? J ; with the election; and other butness l't.
.. ... ... ', -' ": '
"-*- .. ._ :i slated l to he completed InS 1 .'
Shown above for the
of winter,
many visitorswho line f1'ont to bottom ::15. I
top in the .
center of the Lt
do not jet have a clear picture In their mnidi of Venire'sa map acnue a

layout, i is a map of this district The heavy) line running from been. locution of the Trail" at the south end of the city has -____ ______ .1 .
changed', to the
run along
!left to right show the route of the Tammmi Tiull The hiaxj Mine the Out was made), street puiallcllmjr the golf rouin', ota, and I his i partners, ('aptaillDick ,I .,

Mtufiee and Captain Toll '
THIEVESContinued I SON BORNA Slim of Fort Lauderdale l h I'i
f Offshore Fishing 'foul limit axiulicljle for all kimli .i
e\'n'pollnl, fOUI"01l11l' sot I
( from of offshore fishing, paituuliirK I'
page one) CLASSIFIEDADS Service
I I wa born l-elnu')' lint aruMrt Launched for those
sportsmen desiring to
light, "and on into the da 'light )
kwire" Hospital to Mr and Min \\illmn By Three Guides 'land sailfish, minim or taipnn

Il.a Kill Showers of 0.,pnj'. SK The modern t in.inline <" iui
Chief eetotmlc urged all met. <12e a word first 20 oorda. Ie'oaeh "The Heat AII.Yelir
i \I. the fornietI'ss Willie MJIOuwfoid additional word. 0 Minimum chare*. Fishing I cin" all carrying ship-to-shore telephones .'
chinto to leave "a bright nightlight 2Sc Lain with Ad. Special. rates Gioiind-" on the West Count" i
burning" daughter of Mi'. unMi < lor mOil than one insertion. 01 the and the finest tackle, outriggers
.me ad Ads will he accepted ever Those wordy not only form the i und other equipment, are j
"That' really the best form of I Joseph 11I\\'flll'd of O+|preyThe the Thursday telephone with(3131)Ih. up underatandinfMM to I p.m i slogan for one of the newest bus'tress ,I the ChumieuKH," the Uut Cry," I.

insurance a merchant can get," h<> j new IIITi'uJ'a named lain .d.II..r. wt11 remit paymentpromptly. \ enterprises in this dittrut, 'i the "Sun Queen," and the "\ agii ;
lommented Thomas Showers.Passenger I but explain \\ hits three o\\ hers 1 bond II." ,

decided to locate here "It.' i in a I
The who mid
FOR SALE !gulden, Inspection :

;llll: ;rirolatinst: ;, ;; ; ; both,con heater.. deepgeu charter fi'hmir business, : ,of their boat f U invited and that I )
Hops ( nil .1 X!l> Soilento lit. ,1 operating from Brady' Seafood' :free, fishing information will be t J
I'ocliis, on the fa mi 1111111 I Tiull] in I :
l'nuatally Kill I;lilt t an'' cheerfully to anyone ;
$1.50 : 'I' trodar.l: I It :Nokomis.
I i in body hard 0156 '' I ; Docks
oith stopping at UiadvV I'llIn. to 'l
iiaatoi ml heavy tanin ,
Set Beautiful Venice and Nearby Gulf Coast From the Air Clot... Nra ly new %... : x I'A >.lx. Captain Jack Moore of Sura : ,operate on a \enraiound basin >;
III ti tI
Heavy trailer hllrh Wolf .l
Kn'' 'iHir $s'rvirr, \n\cv\ I i
Govern m.nt-Approved School I ViINTERESTED .
i IIFLMNCA llfllS\M 1946. Total' !
hoot MI t new So. eyuierrJ: with l
| "ar
TSciilrT ) ,:epos t;allin;: antenna and ill 'I 4
j & \ I INC. ,',"unol l 'IIM'1''. m "t..t ( an he revs ot'e
.11.S'eufer,.... Aim, Anput.' i Td..h"| ne VI hi,-. I J ) }

F. O. Joyner P. O Box 291 E. T. Denhnin BUSINESS PERSONALS:
IllilH:1IYM: : PUT IS. M'wk, (ill dlel..h.11. IN
I.nul, Ado-Jan. Phone nul. ;

rYPIANt; DrY Hllllh hilllnu:
In..ln.. ail mill rmv.pondenre.i
I till :6 ', or .e. Helen ('ui..ood . ;
II IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE wet and I Klnraid Ilimlinii Shop I ?
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VENICE FLORIDA nEST A TAR by day 01 ....k. Alto
.nohiie charter tlpa .ny..h. AI.o.
,'ho,t.r boat drviia fUhniK Royeolhrrn. t
Horn..,!.. On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties; Phone 2a56 or see RI Ventre
Acreage Farms Rentals Inlet Poika Niuht Phone 2601 Why Not Keep In Touch
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With What Goes On In This '
In Venice Contact mannirer ('urr,',
Ca h and Carte Store
Fast-Growing Section Of ., )
Registered REAL ESTATE Broker LOST NFlorida's ,

lei 261 Phone 3311
ARMY MU.sEfTK: BAH containing 15 Famed
theatre Building Venice Fla. men ramea and ooulo".nl Poor
enl ... Hotel .
< Miakka January I 110
reward for rrtinn to flank Were. Jr, Gulf Coast?
an l.ondoller office

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I:'II to I Mil Per Month SUBSCRIBE NOW
Also furnished room with (private bath
14Ft. Plastic Boat, With Built-in too bloi'ka tom C.ulf ;


HOUSE FOR SALE Six.room aturro,
I Wheels modern Hr..n' Fuel K". Complete

II II I INBOARD MOTOR AND FLEXIBLE SHAFT with.droom.piartlrally L..,. 101.new F'ull.furiltire In Nokomis Three 313 W. Venice Ave. Phone 3131
,11.11 1.1. Immediate pn..enion Phone
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BOAT & EQUIPMENT CO. y MileGulf'Fiontage


$50 a Front Foot
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P. 0. Box 632,
{ 'WELLS' DRILLED 57 Acres Venice, Florida.
IK Feet on T.ralaml Trail
i 4" 6" 8" 10" 12" 8.MI Feet on Bay Please end me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
Email Mind' OH 8ho e

,. w. Will Have Ut.-MoJeJ Equipment: $19,000 year ($250)) .............-......., six months ($1.50)) ...................... 1
Hare Within 39 Days

"* or three months (75c) _...........-......-
:: Call U. For EstimatesJOSSART'KiNCAID 107 Acres on Trail (All subscriptions must be paid In advance) t L

$60 Per AcreH. 5

: Name ............. ....................................-.................- ...................... t

V. Ye.!* A.*. Phone 265 Wimmers

REALTOR Address ..........................---.............-......................... ............... trbi9fllSr.'t
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Eight VENICE GONDOLIER Friday FeSrtary, = 1

: 1 I COUNCILContinued C. OF C. Venice Air B&i
;' 1- KAYDET CAGERS RACK UP : I Surplus Building

from one) .
( page (Continued from page one)

I 18TII STRAIGHT VICTORY the council session. ai protesting against alleged op- Offered For Sale

M Complaint eration of a "speed trap" by the Venice Army Air, Field
said Kenneth Higel, 'urpl
Caspersen of Palmetto, declaring result- buildings and
The Kaydet cagers played and won their number one game of local electrician who is a memberof injurious equipment thin
Ing unfavorable publicity was were offered for
the season last Saturday night when they edged the Sarasota Sailors, the recently created electricians' sale on ?!?
to the entire West Coast, bid basis, it was
\ 39-36, in fast, rough-and-tumble In another Tuesday announced to
a game. game examining{ board, had com- including Venice and Nokomis Wir Assets
M1' night, the KMI basketball squad defeated a skilled Jesuit team, 54-40, I plained to him that Ide had permitted In Administration oft!
t .",- x, playing them on the Jesuit court in Tampa It was the Kaxdet's the two men to Mart work Complaints regarding poor telephone Phillips H. II
'I eighteenth straight victor. despite the fact they had failedto service in this area also lory I Is in charge at the local fie'

\ _. were discussed by the directors, Offers of purchase
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I t In the Sarasota game, the Ka)' pass their qualifying examination mitted
I i I according to Secretary Harry A. until next Tuesday
deu behind of the '
were most
f I! Beach. try 25, b>' government
3 game, being unable to stop the Councilman George Higel said a RFC, buying for agen'the

., a Sailor offence resulting in a (Continued from page one) similar report had txen made to''I new; state and local small|| bUll

II i hulf-tinie score of 2717. I Memorial Hospital Fund," toI him bC, A Hepler, another'I{ was designated! as the portion of non-profit institutions lox.rnand ,

) However, during the second I cine of the \enice-\okomis Chant member of the board of whichIde the city open to negro occupancy. Any buildings not sold

a half, the Sarasota squad lost some bei of Commeice." is the thud member. t Ask Tennis Courts holders will\ be offered top'lty ,

'i of then deadly allowing IJowen and Mr*. Charles JUG1obutx toptr
accuracy Ido Insisted, however, that he council heard two Edge sons who certify the struct
6 the cadets to narrow the margin Mte-ehauniiin of the lo-
men really hadn't failed the ex"I wood youths, Roland Franklin and will be used in the
:, : until, with four minutes. left cut committee announced the following amination and( that their wiring of maintenance construction
John Eckert! request that the city or en icing of
to play, the score stood 35-3i. A : contributors of $oO 01 tV llaebuin house is really! part I install\ two combination cement trans' housing, and to non'pno\'ft
"I'' "r technical foul wan called on a Sarasota more:
of the "piaitica! side of the ,
ex tennis-basketball court in the new ity buyers, up to March 6.
boy for waxing his jacket 0 \\'. Ca.-pel'en, *,00; Edward amination,"
;J park in that district. They pointed
f\ I, during a tense> moment allowing F Swift Jr. *:10Q.; Mr I C, Caldi Kenneth Higel previously hadiiMitltid I out that 40 children reside'i in
: I Gene King to sink a basket to tie \\' .idve, 100.; \, *, 1'di.e,1! I
Ide had stated the SALE
I men that part of the city at presentand !
: f the scoie, 3b-3b. Another foul $100 ; Mm Fiances Shinkle, $100;;: lack recreational fa-

:,I shot by kntjbeig and a field goal : ;Hiss Kate P, Shinkle MOO; Mi., :' perm'ion lities. adequate Steel Casting
: by King ought the game to ay \, Clifford Shmkle! #100; Venice ('ilmtn" However, CouncilimnC.upeien
; close, KMI 311.> Sarasota 36. Although expressing the belief Rods
hind Co, f'O' ; H, S, Bowden, George Higel, and
J The kavdets improved their KlO; cement courts would cost far more REG. SUM REDUCED TO
..: 1 Groi.e granting any than the city could spend at the
playing Tuesday night on a journey
Other contributors| of 01 1 01 more such permission $6.75
I IUI' present time, the councilmenpromised
and defeated l
to Tampa by a ; '
to Wednesday light included
: "
\\h\' do with the
.J 14-point margin a team that hud \\". C, MiKiiiiiev, George Higcl: away ex- sympathetic: consideration Rand R
nmiiiing board if we'le not going I of the request and authorized
downed Sarasota ulito Hole again
J, ,
D tnhen, Mi and 11rs. SPORTING
: to uttmton: to them' : GOODS
ptan} George Higel to determine how
both trains made excellent >hou
George Hiuxti Mir Iea! Potts :
<|manded George Hi ,el. Howexer, much some' such installation\ would I Mi W. Vtnlct A>i Vista
Gene walked off with
: \ ings King Mi I, Anna Mianui
linn Merle, V,. ,
'. the council took no defines: action cost (IOpp..It. \ Jlnk
the scoring honors by' netting :Jl \\'. I I. Pi.e M r', Mi( Anns, Mi'*, the .

's j \pout for the KMI towels, On the Mhiel,: l H :111>, \Ii-s \\', I I. It 00,1. in ca.e.Zoninr Ordinance

i Jesuit team, Tueio led tile IOMIH \\'lItd'iHial'1 0, KniKhMr_, UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
The ordinance although
with 11 I I'aal Mrlrcn, Flank: Keoei:
lenxthin effect in a le
t 1011's next game will lie this d;j. ,tuide l'uiry, :Stewart \\ueh- enactment of the present zoning: Triangle Inn Dining RDOIII

I afternoon ut a :00. The \a;'..itI ill 'FI, Fe" Aircraft Corp, l.anin '
aw, with a few chances: and the
match u team from the Florida; '. ..I lie:\ Store. \\olfn S-:neUilM elimination of numerous eiroiit On Nassau Street 3 Blocks South of Ban.

I Military Academy, with the Jun- : !Iiou-, Maintenance and
\I'll' explained bit* author: Councilinun Full Course Dinners $1 to $1.50We
for Varsity doing u pi el im:nanexhibit I *seas', Mi. C. \\al.liidtfe, .
ut 4 :00. 1 hI varsity ( Offer A Special $1 Fish Dinner Every E..ninl)
lull hMm, I
in H.lca loe.-Slede,
IM\ once before bring Nokani OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY
1 the : the city cleik! Principal rev.-ions 8 a,m, to 11 a.m. 5.30 p,m. to J p,m,
*ea OIl l'i' W. U. North: Mi*. WilliamII
ho said, provided for: (We Also Serve A Special Dinner 12:30 to 2:30 p,m, SuMiyi)
Onlll1Ilur t ; [ night, the Kaxilet: rullci, Mr*. Georg1 I F, Glhhs
1. Manning trailer: parks In the
1 will jut their Ail I against I.i.Uelle Ji.. M L'*, Muultou, Mr William\ ''li*:new district.

I' high :School: In the EMI: gym at t< Fuller: AliJohn: ailei, MrHKinii ., 2, Inclusion of Fd' ;(ewool l zoning .

i o'clock, \ : \\'':lon, lJd I Ko: Apart- ,

1, Regulating: height: of build
H ; Mi *, I Ie: ,-.:e ('hunc) Mm Fd'i
Calluiue 3m: to place aclapitied lags adjacent to the Venice Municipal
nu Tcin, Claud Auhei. John \\'eiHI '- RELAX
i ai in the dondolier; Xnport\
', NG., I P., \ Larsen, In, and ,
4 Creating a zoning board of
f Mi, SCIHlII1I1n I!, ;\1. \\ mbi.h,
adjustment, to consist of the ma\- Atsmitty's
r E, Dindudge
FINE FOOD ; or and the city counclmen: with'Ollel'
H, L Stencil, Mr unit I MM

I 1; 1 : OPEN AT REASONABLE 8 n.-2:30 PRICES pm.I" Walter. Harp Wheeler, Pon Kce, Mi, ;Mi and. and MM"" Mi FM '*',, 'I le IMOIIS( buildnu to of rule the !inspector on administrative appea's) from officer t t t tavern

t 5 pm-IO pm. I K /eiglfr! Mr and MM L,
jl No Mnli Served WcdnexUri Negro Section
1 loupton, Bo\d' liar & Grill
Fountain open 6 p.m. to 10 p mWOODARD'S Adopted unammouilj bx' the
Venice I land Company, Mi'*, florme council, and made efreltil'elImr.e. 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice
Jilloek, I> and B Tavern,
< diu lei ',
) was a new oidir.ampo,
Mrs, I J. Siteu, Mis Kmg >
't" 201 I I'hkh establishes '
.. .I I I Curtm, C H, Obenchain, Mrs, separate<
LUNCHEONETTE I white and negro evidential di.- 'Best Drinks in Town At Popular Prices'Delicious
Helg4 Koess-Siede.: I
Miitii in Venice, It prohibits
ajl M-
GU F T"Tlff I KJ 34M '
pnort Ethel F
Haidm Mis G. H.
front In Sandwiches
gruel living white dmtneU -
Freed, Nest leu ood Gift
''ftLI / or vice versa, except that When You
Staneil & Potts Garage, Rae W. negro domestic servants can live Hungry

!. r on the premises of employers in

Announcing WE ARE AGAIN the evidential district. I II

SERVING I Ho action east of the Seaboard I L PACKAGE DEPARTMENT J

railroad tracks aid north ofEast

Those Fine Saturday Night I Venice avenue, at present

containing the negro quarters,

BUFFET SUPPERS llard-to-Find Merchandise

t of Every Saturday, 7 to 8 p.m. Gray, Mr Grace P. KenneyJos- Haig and Haig Pinch Bottle ....."...$10.00
(By Reservation Only Phone 3341) Bart & Kmcaid, C. C. Low, Hi-

gel's Appliance; Teacher' Scotch .......................... 8.25

Cardinal's Villa Nokomis Helen M. Forbes, Alpha Insti- Peter Dawson Curio Scotch ........ 7.95
1 tute of Music, Smitt}"'. Tavern, Peter 7.25
On the Trail Nokomi. Gulf Theatre Jim Ponder, Carl Dawson Special Scotch ..... ".

Obendorf Mr. and Mrs David Old Forrester Bourbon .................. 7.05

Reid, Nokomis Garage, Mrs. Lula Canadian Club .......*........... ...... 7.00McNaughten's :
Higel, Mrs. Elizabeth F. Fields,
Mn. Canadian ......... .. 5.67
VENICE BEACH CASINOBeer George F. Gibbs, Sr.; "'" 4:46:

Jack Denison, !Mn. Phillip M. Four Roses ....................................
h Cain, Stephen Albee, bird Nellie

i Wine Cold Drinks Cosby, Walter Lehmann, Grady B.

1 Taylor, E. G. Engman. H. N. Hard-to-Find Prices
Sandwiches dimmers, Finn W. Caspersen,

William Adams Anita M. E. Park and Tilford Whiskey ........... .&#

y' iV Public Lockers Catharine Adams, Alice Greenleaf Adams, Old Thompson .- ............ 3.65:
W. Bailey, Mn T. 69SCchenlarstaieyr's's
J. Lanier, Frank W. Howard. White SeafZZ"............ 3.

Showers Bowen said many other small Black Label................... 3'69
er amounts were contributed, including 3:99:

US,88 collected by the Calvert Reserve .............................. }

OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. drive's Junior Division workers, Siboney Rum ...................*............ ... 3.25Gilbey'
whom he also thanked for
their 3.25
NIGHTS P.M. Till work. They are Virginia Bowden, Gin ....................................
Betty Zeifler, Jackie Botdt Mary Gladstone Gin! .......... ...........

(EXCEPT SUNDAY) Ann Lanier, Miriam Smith and Seagram Ancient Ek>ttie'Gin .......... 3.49' :,..
Betty Eva..,. 4Page

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