Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00065
 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: May 9, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00079934:00065
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Head to Arcadia C. of C.
pon TO OFFER ADVICETo Englewood 'City-Wide'
4 furnish free advice concerning -
to Anti-Drag Net sanitary problems to President Names
iy residents of the Venice Englewood Sewer Cost
Bills IntroducedBULLETIN Nokomis Laurrl New Committees
Osprey district, R. L. Gause,
lextlay sanitary engineer of the Sarasota Now Set at
County Health D pa't- Plans for construction of the
The Floiilda House yesterday ment. plans from now on to first of several new docks along
passed the bill
prohibiting use spend each Wednesday In the shore of Lemon Bay were dis- $350,000Although
of haul seines or drag nets In Venice. ta r
Sarasota County salt waters Cause cussed at a meeting of the Englewood
was granted pt'rm's-
00 International north of Lemon Bay. slon by the city council last Chamber of Commercelast
at slated to Two bills of particular Interestto Tuesday night to make the Tuesday night in the Com- Indicating no final
get the southern end of Sarasota Venice city hall his headquarters munity Clubhouse, with the mat- steps will be taken unless citizensof
: am next County were dropped into the here each Wednesday Venice voice their approval at
8 ter being referred to the newly
it was report- 1'gislative hopper at Tallahassee Public Utilities a special election the city council -
appointed com-
Harry Venlce-Nokomls A. Beach, during the past week, one callingfor Legion AuxiliaryTo mittee for report and recommen- last Tuesday night set machinery -
designation of the proposed dation. : in motion for early con

nerce, that 21 Venlce-to-Arcadta "short cut" Install Officers Colonel Graham named E. J. struction of a $350,000 sewage
eady have been road as a state highway and the Curwood disposal system here.
I Newman, Guy Leroy
adjacent to Ven-
other prohibiting use of haul Next ThursdayHeaded Bastedo and Oscar Anderson to Building the sewer network t
st few days.
seines drag nets or stop nets in the Public Utilities committee. covering; most of the residentialas

B. Lindsay Sarascta County salt waters by Mrs. Ann Surls Other commitee appointmentswere well as the business and apart-

_ f the Sarasota north of Lemon Bay.Representatives president, new officers of the : ment house districts, would be
Tarpon No. 20 Jerry Collins I contingent, the council Indicated
auxiliary of No-Vel Post No. 159, MEMBERSHIP; Otto Gott-
\ yesterday and John R. Peacock of Sarasota American Legion will be installel flied George Weide and L. A. upon:

ter Buddy RinLindsay's Introduced the anti-haul net bill at 8 o'clock next Thursday Alnger; SANITATION: William' 1. Whether a survey now

tarpon designed to stop depletion of fish night in the Venice Air Base Jonas, Otto Gottfried Mrs. A. B. bring made by City Supervisor .
She landed it in bays and inlets between Sarasota clubhouse, with members of the Darling; BEAUTIFICATION: J. Phillips II. Mallory discloses

ter it had made and Venice. It Is sponsoredby Sarasota auxiliarry attending as D. Tate, Mrs. Edwin Engle, Mrs. that $350.Onn would be

I sports fishermen of the county ,special guests. Darling and Oscar Anderson: enough to cover costs of the

amps with Al Moremen of Laurel I Mrs. Florence Pearce of Ft. PUBLICITY: Dr. Mary W. Green contemplated "city-wide" system

weighed 50s Shores and County Judge Forrest Myers district president, will officiate Mrs. Jean Anderson, and Mrs. utilizing the Venire AirBase

boated in 25jumps. Chapman having been leaders In as Installing officer.It Elsie Kropp; disposal plant, and 1

Both the conservation movement. was announced by Mrs. Surls COMMUNITY SERVICE: Le- 2. Whether financial Interests
ndsay, who were Collins and Peacock were join- yesterday that fellow students of roy Bastedo; FIRE CONTROLAND to be contacted by
Ir own boat, the ed by the DeSoto County legislative Venice-Nokomis High School PREVENTION; : L. A. Aln Robert S. Baynard presidentof

avy tackle, with delegation in sponsorship of have chosen Virginia Bowden to ger, .J. D. Tate Leroy Bastedo, the Venice Land Co. and
tt. the Venice.to-Arcadia road bill. represent the local auxiliary at CATTLE CONTROL: George representative of the St.

erman A, Myers Meeting>Here Girls' State, to be held at Florida Weide, J. D. Tate, Mrs. Engle; Petersburg Investment firm
Venice, earlier Decision to seek state aid In .State College in Tallahassee in INLAND WATERWAYS: Leo of Baynard Bros., would be 7

,Na fed four tarpon construction of the road was I.July. Alternates named are Jackie Kropp, Guy Curwood.It willing to finance that

45 to 86 pounds.tBt4 reached at a joint meeting of De Boldt and Jean Bean. The aux- was reported several wayside amount of revenue certificates -

ed the RRpoundit Soto and Sarasota County leading iliary recently decided to defray seats are planned and that signs .

ute battle, dur- citizens and officials held the cost of sending a local girl to leading Into Englewood have all Councilman Finn Caspersen

fish made six here several weeks ago under Girls' State which Is actually a been put in good condition. New proposed. In view of the fact the

I sponsorship of the Venice Busi- short course In civics and parlla'I.''I.. signs also are to be placed In the city already has been pledged

caught to date (Continued on page four) (Continued on page village as soon as possible. I $225,000 In revenue certificates

d rse not eligibleconsideration. that a'sewer system covering only
or y the business and apartment house "

der taken by (Continued on page five)

dMp last Sunday on Woman StabbedIn
up an overwhelmingly so as soon as possible. Question-
r a 70mlnuter
favorable sentiment for immediate IMPORTANT! naires may be obtained at the R. Affray At
I and R. Sporting Goods store or
construction of a new schoolin Those desiring to attend

Venice, the unofficial poll being next Tuesday's luncheon meeting at the Gondolier office. Negro Quarters
Events of the Venice Business A final tabulation will be sub-
I conducted by the Venice Business
Association {II p.m at the Palm mitted to VBA. members at One Negro woman was In Sar-
Association this week showsa
Grill) are reminded that res- their 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at asota Hospital today in serious !
_s May 9 total of 154 votes for such action ervations must be made with condition from a stab wound In
the Palm Grill next Tuesday, May
$ n public party, as compared to only three Smyth Brohard secretary her right side near the heart and
ballots In favor of waiting "in phone 2163 BEFORE NOON 13, Brohard said.A three others were held in the
? the hope that construction costs semi-final tabulation is
r, May 10sentation MONDAY county Jail while authorities
i! of tro- may come down." shown below with the figures Indicating made further Investigation Into
Beauty team That announcement was made a majority of those poll- an affray In the Venice Negro
en's Bowling Lea- last night by Smyth Brohard any Venice resident who has not ed In favor of construction of an Quarters last Wednesday night.

VBA. secretary, who urged that yet filled out a questionnaire do elementary school first. Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik

r == _._ reported Alice "Koolaboo" Wig
May 12Post -- -- ------

Vel meets, No.Venice 159, I "New School" Poll Results at A GlanceI gins deadly was held weapon"on an charge"assault after witha

I admitting to Officer Herb Han-

a- JT, May 13Business I am in favor of the immediate construction of a school in Venice,- t 151 chey, who made the arrest, that

I would. prefer to wait some years in the hope that constructioncosts she had stabbed Irene Brown. Also -
held In connection with the
meeting, Palm
may come downI ,- 3 case: are Elizabeth Wiggins,

daughter of "Koolaboo," and Ros-
lion of new P.- I would prefer a high school,- 35 alie Smith.

VenlceNokomlsr. I would prefer yin elementary school,- 82

r. 14 "Both" 38
I WeatheR I
ill game Ven- "No Answer" 2
county league, _
ota. 1 am in favor of petitioning the School Board to establish a special TEMPERATURE RAINFALL

May 15Tarpon school tax district in the City of Venice if the Trustees of Dis- Da'. High Low Inches
Tournath Previously reported .. 0.00
$10,000 in trict 8 refuse to recommend the immediate construction of a Fri., May 2 .. .... 84 68 0.00

school in V..enice- No Answer 13 "No" 14 "Yes" 130 Sat., May 3 .. 83 67 0.00
Legion auxilllation Sun., May 4 .. .. 82 62 0.00
of offi.ase .- I would prefer to continue the transportation of children along the Mon., May 5 .. .. 83 61 0.00

clubhouse.ty public highways to schools outside of our own school districtas Tues., May 6. ...... 85 60 000
Service club Wed., May 7 1 84 69 0.00 ,
there is available in other districts- 8
program, home long as space Thurs., May 8 .......... 81 67 0.00

dy, -. Total to date this month .... 0.00

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) II BEAUTYTEAM Food 11 4Adiian's i imitiyi >;att II tram 11111'o l1Iltt '" 28 14 22,4B3 FOR
CHARM Venue Women'sBoIing QRI RIL
i 25 17 23,665
10 Ii 11.1 iu jll-comudd! Earl', S; IC Efu }
: 1\,3t1 o'clot'kiumarnra ,.ilmood 24 18 23297
; 8 8 Lo.'n"' al '
' :iii ss m hL at the :Trailer Park 18 24 23.881 Venice '
I 7 8 ', eiurcti 18 24 20087
r J \\ inn :rs 111''lImen':; Earl'It cud R II 10 10,81. \'rnl1'" Bo', Irk ,d. Stan Richard\ .I J TdJ iw.fl 15: 27 22,763 PlumbrngSl '

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i... ,11!, I I Tuesday. M. y 6. .o\dl'lan' *," lho I.' kid '..It .iJI; : pill told df:nd P..tni Grill 2-1: P.nes |
f, I j Saturday, Mar: 10 Hand bins! Ji: Vomu Latindlta10ta'ed I .t' ,' "I 11.1 lonl\l\ dote I nrfcitid three games to SAVE
2, Earl'saIc.ttld )
I Wuiltvs JI TlmisduvM !""nutiN', Fild:' May
.' 'i ,i\' 8, J and J d,.r,'at,tl 11.N.'j' ,I..sl" i to" wn the th.mpton.hip.ate SmitIN 2-1: Pines Ho- FR.DAY Iv1C! L
r i VENICEBOWLAKADE '-.1t'II.I.; .'" Food difiaud R and Helen) J,t f'lIlI: .I' Barclay 1 I loiuiti'J there games to Nes' I

It .'.1. f lee nod FCRS'CIEGQ'!
,\UKU.MihuludlnK : liar-r.md I IN \I. AVERAGES: :

(tames: In :\1,1\' ; tll' K' ml Otoi 'i' Bolts I'irttmnnnncBiwIilud (uiiilii'ul, b>' Marjorifdorjan. 'i \
; jm y
Marl iiliVltHjin, !Secretary) i
<( ,iil>il.l M ,', also! :tiedouauti Incur I
And Grill League VirtljnlO ) i-'lo!, Unpin 'o I?lnnliPin<' Hotel .. 1411 j PLBLICPVAT'
CUI II O.J, Snully'3 3 : .1 'jll" I' Bat; :\ 'Chaim Bcaut 129Uinkmdiil
JIJ tttslinlcp .ht. of Hi,' Cl\irm B in- Paik 129
tills \ l'IlII" i"itonu the Jjon-ots Trailer iOU+
t Phone 2661 ,; ., E.\'I"s Ii| tyquad Luc:, Bliloik and jk Claim Beauty 1:11IIlltl1l1 :
\ r 1. tin.wood, bmiti: "' liu Si-l.on. TJ.kr P t'k 125 (STAIN l1's
F1 TJIXH 1ttttat
U duiK,',i. AUiiun' I Blame., sticttood 124
u Lurid,\ It"' A -&n,11I bHibp'ie t opli\
Jos ( KHiklirpstK',;o midget Calendar (Jakiiuiic Laundit ln< a1'0111 bo' given to tin }li-t ,n wood SmltM''s 123
Uillirn R and H j"Umr I lace Palm dill: team, mmpift Potatrt ::111.11) 't 122 + ,
f Adllatl's I } | Table 8uilJtnnie \dl tall, Ruhudson, Film Grill 121: at4iatee' ,

( 1(> J J,, Huiicitt C. Biolsctll J and\'. J Laimdn lf laiSIM of Alice LiimU Ann !url and Dam id'i n J and J 121 5 Buinea|
(, ..' <' b'I'IIICI' \diiaii N i'Mli) 'wood 121Jovnu :
.' : -, Luis Hell Richardson; J and J 117 5 AM) I 1
f 1 ; K 5's, \ Food l'Kiiluidson -- "mitli Eails 116 \ J J

.: ... 'z '........... ilI '1.t 11(1.1."IW't'.. K and H L: iiudn }iSiuuilo *J Venice Nine H.tin'In\', Smitt\ 116 Professkw

J nnd J 1M} Bikticstlcwoix] 114 $ Directors
t1'ri: ', 131 \ bull., Pam Oilll 113 j
Brchald Snuu\
C .,) ) ".- Aumiinue FIKK! 14Duki :" Lo es. 12. to Piatt, Eals: 113 NtJ/NNH1 '''
U3 Bit Earl 113
HlBrls w
Aooijun J and J I4j Youth (Center Diwts SIntty's 112 ?
.. <' H'; Earl [arl'. 112
- AdJim, A1n.n: J\MI > t ni2ns IM i f1M
i Uy '947t 11 liun. R and R Hi! r.iiu: : J ..lid J 112 *i .\uii1'hs ,*
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'onlln\ll'11 la" Grill 112
HMid 14'1'! Vlnan Palm
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4. 6 ; 8 9 10 Ainill Smltt! >"'s 14IPrp ; Venice soft bill 'is. ln",ii I- in I thO', ii X'IooI.n Pme Hotel 109 in n '
: U4'I Jon, '. ciitim: Beauty low : tThur'd.ts
16 as Smith's
n it ij 14 15 17 .
1 1 18 ,' V Bioisrih, V. LamutiH4 lint rant. in tin fowsoftbal btwknnn Charm Beauty 109 I mlRe via(
y 19 to 11 it t) 4 R1H
4 1 1y16 17 18 19 jo j' \Villl:,m, Venice Feild' 141 league la'i'II1l'od. night at i[,O linn"'s, J and J 103
__ ij, K, ys. EniU l lH IPippis Pines H tel 106
} I '''Fll. Ellis 139 Sarasota will attempt \ comeback I Bi irntd Smuts 105 t F : ;
Buulinid, HIM, 138 at Payne Field there next: 0 >' Trails Park 104'
I I Imkn J vile J 138 i iI M Suits Palm Grill 103 \\ t A.:
.. 137 I \\cdn.-day m hl. at 730 a l hen\ 'I
Curl Adi Inns \YIII.am' Trailer Palk 102C I \IMN P.1(31I'Loae
I .\\\' im"* THE DAY ', 1 1Hodtln I ,
iR : ltdR hlux \1If't'\' the \\I\ETs mm I o..k Pine Hotel| 97 118 OR
10 MMT HlteK 136 93
l 4 1 :ini\ Pilm Grill!
Th \mtlanii/ dropP1 a 0drrl'IIn
I N'Im I lUu\ i 't.wellyn. iL I F JIi\n" s j and J 88
; Band B BAR Aailm, Hti J to the Youth Cent' i
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their (tattle drb It '
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20'i Uinlcf Alt. Kiocld R and R 1JJJOMHI 1
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r1'i \iniif\ J Did J 15B 1111' a tight game, and in :1111'1'' i isi Passenger Hop:,
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See Beautiful Venice and Nearby Gulf Coast Fro.lit'I I
l.t'\I'n mm :and dldnt n 1 id 1 1 LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EAS LFSSONS I JV.Cov .

"! mU" walk! but tllo ed .>'\.1.: !rnm.nt-Approvrd Sch 'olContinuous ..
VENICE LANDCOMPANY hit. Tin lfn,il'! onli..i ii ; Enrollment' j

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Homeste! in Venire Mill"',IIAT:

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Sam Clay, Bottled in Bond Kentucky Bourl
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Distilled PARK AND
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r'r 7 \" FlOj'jdu Schenley Black Label . . ."

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Calverts Reserve . "
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Englewood Lodges I Don't Forget MOTHER'S DAY, Sunday, May 11
w Celebrate21st
F ($%.0' UP)

BirthdayOne T cGd ,.

LA-Fie HOTEL of the largest Englewood

, social events of the season was
N Ave, VENICE, FLORIDA Phone JS72 held In the Triple Links Club last A (Joyous fragrance to s .
Friday the occasion being the -
pin spirits high
twenty-first birthday of the Lemon -
Mr and Mrs Owners Jamm McClure Bay Rebekah Lodge and the From I.... .plus tax

I Englewood OOF ], i:
Visitors were present from ..

Bradenton, Sarasota El Jobean, 4

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE and Venice, and were greeted bya

-Hotel Bldg Phone 2086 Zit W. Miami Ave. song of welcome, sung by Mr. .4lH
MERCHANT TAILORING and Mrs. Wendorft the latterof .

y p INC, CI.aninr-Mad..to.Ord.r UpholiUrmg whom was In charge of the lUCHN[ s
Covers, Drapes, Etc.-Central Sewing i
Repair!-Rrrif. tion-Houi.hold. and Comm music. 4. 7
1 '11:1:;' .rci l-All Homo Appliances Mrs. Jobe Huddleston welcomed .
rush or Spray In and Outside NG
the guests, and Introduced the
: Furniture-Trailers, Cars, Etc.
WALL PAPERING-CARPENTER WORKS program chairman. Mrs. Marie
Walsh. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bed- "
"i THIS SUMMER arb rendered several beautiful )
relectlons on violin and piano rt
during the evening Otto Schaefer -
and Mrs. Mary Lee Anderson
lave the histories of the two
)N FISHING SUPPLIES lodges, and Mrs. E B. Freese read

a letter from Mrs Cella Martlen,
"REELS LINES HOOKS, ETC. who, with her husband, is now
living in the state of Washing
CLASSIFICATION ton. Mr. and Mrs. Martlen were
two of the three charter mem- 7
bers, the third being Mrs. Freese, ,, '
-- -".;:
PLASTIC AGE who has been a Rebekah for over v :
40 years.
& EQUIPMENT CO. The remainder of the program .
consisted of a letter full of hu- We Have A Complete Line of
l; ; b NOKOMIS PHONE 27S3 mor supposedly written from one MOTHER'S DAY CANDIESAnd 1

member to another who Is away Many Othen Gifts for
It gave the details of the life in Last-Minute Shoppers

ER THIS SUNDAY IS Englewood, and was much enjoyed. ..
A description of Rushmore In
''MOTHER'S DAY Dakota where she resides, was The REXALL StorePost
: .
given by Mrs. Severns, who played
} PRICE, Bulk Chocolates, SI.00 Pound a selection, on the piano entitled Office Arcade VENICE Phone 3181

9*.50. Other Boxes, $1.75 and $1.50 Rushmore, Our National
1 41MI irstthing for Mother From Our Complete Stock off Shilne, and an original skit by
f# Gift Items Mrs Bierce, Mrs. Oalvln and Dr. Monday Through Friday 8 a m. to 9 p.m
Y Mary Green, entitled, "The News Saturday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. to II .....

rod' '\, r, ti ANNOLNCEMBNT Starts."
Refreshments were served and
trs Just Been Appointed Venice Dear! for the
1 after songs, dancing, stories and
CrOaley. Universal, Proctor and Emerson Lines of FREE
crowd left for their
eA laughter, the
jj r '.ja and Seethe NEW CrosUy Radios.

***|Kstlewood..,. Gift. Shop Tide TablesVENICE INLET DRY CLEANINGIn

21 Avenue Phone sIn (Punt RUM Correction)
Date His Low
frI., May 9 58pm 10:35pm
Celebration of Our Tenth AnniversaryIn
Sat., May 10 2:3'1: pm 11::3' pm

Sun., May 11 3:2'pm Business in Venice, During the week of May
Mon., May 12 4:31 pm 12:39: am
;EN SOON Tue., May 13 6:07 pm 1:40: am 19-24 We will do FREE Any Amount of Dry
Wed., May 14 10:18 am 2:30 am
1:55: pm 2:51: pm: Cleaning brought in to Our Shop by Anyone who,
k's ',0irge Thu., May 15 10:19: am ,3:12: am
y 9:19: pm 3:49: pm I according to our records, was One of Our Customers

pit FrI., May 16 10:28: am 39: am
owII During Our First Week In Business, May i
10:30 pm 4:37 pm

II 17-22, 1937.
f b iture StoreVeilce

Also, $50 IN CASH Will Be Given to the

FIRST CUSTOMER We Had 10 Years Ago If

That Customer: Comes In ANY TIME DURINGThe

W" WctL Way 19-24, 1947.lcneticm .

t re Planning. On Buying

i 'f e.in tfieMear: Future MOTHER DAY I OUR PRICES 10 Yrs. Ago NOW

1 Sunday Is Mother PLAIN DRESSES, .. .... ...... .. .. 75e 850
av You olWait> For Our Day If you haven LADIES' COATS ... .. .. .... 75c 85e

.. i already selected a gift BLOUSES ... ........... ......... .... .. Uc Ue

ling I In June for YOUR mother, JVEN'S SUITS ............. ... .. .. ... 75e 75c
Emj why not look over our MEN'S TROUSERS ....... ... .. 2 for 75c Ue
varied sttck of reasonably .
**# priced jewelry

w, !h V.. eus e Cleaners

f, .jfi.4.; ,, KNOWLES
,.. ;
Co. I Carl Obendorf
Post Office Arcade

1 Wat'rVelice vynue 215 Phone
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a. 1'II ns 10 exprs pt
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fI.n..... CI'nnerH! \\',','t Venice '(
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"I I do not agree with a word jou .tot's hut Iv. will dofcud I. Oo'ndo-f, during: the week of 'I I s
ih in\ I life your right to 'ay it.' -\OI TXIKI- \Iiy 19.24, will give $50 in ca'h1 I' ( : :

Published every Frdy Editorial, I and business office. 313 West I I to the pertm who wa his fiat ,
"T"iy" Venice A.enu Venice. Florid. P. O Box 632 Phone Venice 3131 JItonlt'rl'h1 ht began oi>"'iatme I i ;;

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION the Vinetpn Cleaners" back : c
t NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION on Mav 17 1937 If that person
;; &- : the-; ; office Into 1 IIS place to claim the
Entered as cond-cl>.. nutter June 1946 at post I comes
at \tnue. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. award
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ndorf, fromMay "I
t In addition
Subscription rates One year, $2.50; six months, $1.501; three
M1 month., 7Sc Classified advertising; rate 2 cents per word, first 20 19 to :41111 do free dn ;

,( P ecrds: 1_cent per word for each additional word. cleaning for anybody who, acv. I IrOldlnJj : 1
-- I to hiS hop record, patronized ( ,
Editor and Publisher
I, a HELEN WILLIAMS Office ManageMl'llKiA.N the Venetian Cleaners ( ;
------ -- ------- l I duilnn his first we.,\k of business ,

|Iin 1937, I 1

......... [ \ '' ( e I In'C.II( \\'e 111 t been The located Venetian in the Cleaners! same spoil has i i' I'ar'I I I ),!

s. ever since the establishment was ; ; I I l "
opIned In 19.7 It ha: the distinction -
of being t the only Venice I
I Coiiinuod from la.t t 'A eckA. 'Ifl t
I It'
istabllshimm Obtndoif
... fl, .- \\ were saying. the( people! of Ecu"v, iu I'.t: of the common retail (
; believes, that is still being operated

vonBrous I In the same location and t I
under: live same name that It had ,
r t And these tame a day when ----- -- -- -- In Me B L E "boom" das of thelate ] '
"... many of Hum awoke and di- coma out about :20 years," 1920s

rounded of thim elvcVhj' do "r.fto. too," agreed his compan- Chief of the many Improvements ,

we :011.1I1Ue to fend our older lon And so once more tiny consulted Ob ndorf has made in the : I "'.1

trulcitn. up the road to the school! the Chief Count School business since| he acquired It 10 :
f > } at Sunokoi, and And them I ;
i our smallest t Mogul he received ( Years ago was the Installation of 1
:. children run farther up the road guciousl, staving! : the famous Sanltone dry cleanIng : Ab

to LrruaP" I ".Mi. but you! forget the State system, In his adverlstment/ \ t /'

i 4( And K>, no, being able to give \id And of course, the Count In this weeks Gondolier Obtn-
; !t a atii.fcctor)' Answer to tht'lr'' has some Cash it could use to dorf also points out that ho has I I I

; own question these! people took augment tour Building Fund made I little or no( change in his '

) Action that Is it could If you people of prices since 1937, despite rising :! ,
a j They button.holed the Count Erln"\' are reasonable," he added 'costs of operation |

School, Moguls, asking, How nut ninslv
t about building us t school in But," tiny persisted, "JustHEV Alston Electric (
Ecintv, as >'uu\o been promising \\' do we sit our nt'w'I I (

us these: many, many years?" school'" I 'New En1lewood : ( I

Wh>', of course," said the Patience my friends he I \
.r:-. 41 "Chut County School MogulYouie I counseled After all, you don't Crosle)' Dealer
t perfectly right, In time, really! HAVE !
"fI J' I to have a school in
'f. !' you shall have a school in Ec1nt'v,1 Eclnex Not when you look at this decree I and N. P Alston,/ PINES HOTEL()
? 111 MV to It personally" from the Countide'It''A'' oweis of Alston Electric, of Englewood -
? "In t time!" cried the ,
,t ti Ecine\''- point. this week announcedthat

" trans "What mean you 'in "But," the Eclne\etlans protested they have !been appointed 111 ROOMS WITH PRIVATE HUH
"ve helped pay, all these Crosley and Universal electrical Telephone Fan and Steam lint
-Why" replied the Chief years, for the other schools Intact appliance dealers
v? County School Special Reduced Summer Rates Now In I'
Mogul soothingly, were still helping to pay In their store on Broadway,
1 "who can say with exactitude bills for the Atosaras High they not only will stock the complete $15 Per Week Single $25 Per Week

P The world Is in Tuimoil Prices School, Why shouldn't the County Crosley electrical line, In. COCKTAIL LOUNGE, OUTSIDE PATIO and SIX:
yCA are Eky-High Come now bo patient help: us pay for at least a new eluding the famous 'Shelvadorrefrigerator SULPHUR SWIMMING POOL
us wait a few year high school here" and tho new Potin.,

"t r 'fp ti In Tell fact, ton what Im gonna do "You don't understand," the but a i large"selection- of' other ,.. Phone I VENICE 3111 for Rnx>n tloni

wealready started too Chief electrical appliances, hot
County School water
I + Mogul told ,
a+ f after all, we know told them, a little impatiently heaters, washing machines, etc !
what Is best for
you people of Anway, Alston Electric also will feature
we\e Just added
Eclnu an- UNTIL MAY 15
it and for
your children, forYoe \
i other building to the Simokon appliance repairing, as well) ,
p these ere fungi Educators from, a and CountY-Wide we look at school. IS handling general electrical Venice :Inlet Docks Dining Hi !A
tJ ; 1 Viewpoint: "But THAT is an old wooden, \ PHONE ZOJfi

.New, well Just makeshift structure ," they Will 31 Ft
( tax you two Be Dally 4 P.M to 10;
q mills a hundred per year, and objected) Road To ArcadiaContinued posed Monday I p
Ii*''! Just put the "II's a building he reminded
money we get
Flt MAY 15 ON 4ypTai
is from that tax In a Special Build them, a little sharply, And as from page one)
a InK Fund and when we get for the smaller children, we can ness Association WE WILL riff OPEN 24 HOURS A DA

Yl i i1! enough money in that fund, 1\1".1 I always squeeze a few more into At a 'steering committee At Venice Inlet Near The Venire Jrttln .ty aad ,i+

build you a school probably in the bus or add another bus or meeting held after that general "FAMOUS I FOR FINE FISHING

Ecunve call that PayAYou two, to transport them to Le- conference, with Vt'nice.Nokomls Bait For Sale G>f4e Available Bolts f.

s ko And one of these days 'ou'll rual, To sum it up, prices will Chamber! of Commerce representatives -
t have you chool Won't that be come down In two or three years participating, Albert J
ducky! ?" Let'i wait and see about your( Blackburn Robert S. Baynardand

-- o- '- new sclool\ then"Whereupon Ralph O, Simpson were named Full Lin-C. ROOM FIXTUREELECTRIC

So form of the Eelnemlans baffled for the to arrange preliminary details i WATER iII'4TERS

r nodded luppilj, and went about moment, the Seine*'etlans retired and recommend a route WATER Pt.'MI'S CMper Pipe and Fltti M
1S their busne| But some others muttering a strange word Subsequently, both the local CLOSET SEAT 2 piece Open or tPLUMBLNG'A
were troubled and theyent I' "Doubletalk"' -- to( themselves group and the DtSoto County ORIES and T11,11We
s again to the Chief County School 1 But, 01'I ho read these people agreed on a 'township" Give Estlmatep 'Contract Any Sire 1(1(
i Mogul, saying: : lines! tht'ylere not happy line routing for the road, which

rw "Excuse, please, but how m;;c1- nor were they content UnreasonablY would connect Venice and Nokomis JOSSA TKINCAIDPLt'MBING

you figger a new school will perhaps, they still wanted with Arcadia via Fort OR- CONTR.C7 ORPK
coat?" a school in den A side AND TWG
tip their beloved Eelnel' road via Warm Salt 323 W, Venice Ave,
And he replied, Oh, maybe Springs, would link Englewood iGel
t "Dependable Ins
p r $100,000 for No, with the "short Plumblog atWill,
ash { a new glade school they were not happy, nor cut highway, .
maybe $150.000 for a new high were they content. So they took .
school," I more Steps, of which your Scribe
"And how much do you rigger will tell next week,

this Uo-mill tax will bring In per i:J A Privilege -
ItJ, year?" they asked to Llr Ia.

"Well:' he replied "about $5. SHOES if ielwa to Lire isHe Y
f 500 this first year," fiXED TIME: ON \'OtRSDS' If'f

tl 1' Whereupon the Eclnemianswithdrew WHILE 111 RS

and, using their gingers, YOU Welcome To The f .j r
engaged In a little Calculation WAIT .

At last, one said to another"Hey ( K CLUBPool ,
; Deke's
No matter whether I Nut
to Fin StillonV
use my fingers or my toes. it still! ( ."'.. Avs" Colored Section) Candy Cold Di Whore this T 'Tail Me.ts she Open


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RY1Ipn1 Two representatives from Florida City CouncilContinued .... .... ..,...... .. .P. P.............

ate to be chosen to represent
"page one)
giant' "where girls this state In the national gather- ( from pace one) GALVANIZED STEEL

Ing Girls' Nation In Wash- districts be installed.
W t ; Immediate Delivery
to ingon, D. C., later on. Councilman Smyth Brohard t
objected, hocwver, arguing thatIt 6
00 Sp The local auxiliary meetinglast was equally, if not more so, i 289 sheets 29 ga. 26x72 corrugated 1 1-4 inch i
Tuesday night, launched Important that as much as possible -
234 sheets 29 26x84 corrugated 1 1-4 inch
oI, I'M.Service. plans for local observance of Pop- of the residential area be : ga. 6
py Day, May 24. with Mrs. Surls served, so as to encourage Ven- : 263 sheets 29 ga.: 26x96 combated; 1 ).4 inch !

naming( the following( to super- ice's giowth. ; 240 sheets 29 ga. 26x103 corrugated 1 1.4 inch

vise sale of the ,poppies: Caspersen and other council : 171 sheets 29 1 ga. 26x120 corrugated 1 1-4 inch 6
members Dr. T S. Thompson ; 285 sheets 28 ga. 26x96 corrugated 1 1-4 inch t
Mrs. T. S. Eddy Venice, Mrs. and George Higel, as well as May- t
; 45 sheets 28 ga. 26x132 corrugated 1 1-4 inch
William Jonas, Englewood; Mrs.J. 01 Clyde V. Higel. agreed that a '
complete disposal ; 933 sheets 29 ga. 30x96 Flat stock ::
A. Johnston Nokomis and sewage system It
would be most de&lrablu. Baynard ..
172 "
Mrs. Ruth Kujkcndall, Osprey ..
tot", ve. Venice then agreed to ascertain whether WRITE OR SEE
and Laurel
It would be possible to obtain:
the larger amount, if Malloiys

JTEST' IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE survey indicates $350,000ollid Cleveland! Por'da i
be sufficient.It !
was Cuspcrsin who urged ; Office Open: 9.0) 4 '1. to 1:03: fl, ny: Imludinif Sundays 4 ji
Noi j Bay And Gulf Investment Properties that the question eventually be
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l I Acreage Farms RtntaliUCIIAliD submitted to the voters for ap- FOR DIRECTIONS CALLING SEE
proval or rejection although the :: CLEVELAND POST OFFICE A
\ II. GEDM council docs have authority to '; 41dttNflfftlttflJlltdfJtld'ltd .
4 act without calling such a refer- 4 dtttttlftttltll.ed!
endum. His fellow
councilmen r
red REAL ESTATE Broker; Indicated they, too, would preferto
Phon. 33tl hear fiom the voters before GovernmentSt1rplus
g Venice, Fla. taking final action.

Start Inlet .Road

In another important action. BuildingsErected
;OME, TARPON FISHERMEN the council entered Into an agiee-
ment with COUntY Commissioner
bee \\e Hair Just Introducing W. L. Woodard and Baynard who on Your! Lot ,

A Received A 4 New Book owns the land Involved provid-
Limited Number Of "TRSPORTCIIVPLMV ing for Inimtdlate start of workon

4 on Portable the new "all In the city" Venice 20 feet by JO feet . . $1500.00 i () ()
Kv Dr.I Inlet! road.

'4 leg Typewriters !Of. \\",Sarasota 11 m man The county will make temporary 20 feet by 35 feet . r.e. 1330.00: {)
palls to the small bridge

, 'HA MUSIC SHOP on contribute the present shell Inlet and road bulldozerand and will 20 feet by 25 feet . . 110J.OO()

$tromberg-('arlson. Majestic and Westinghouse I grading work on the new
'tp I and Remington Hand Typewriter<< Dealer I road which will skirt the westside 20 feet by 20;;) feet . !1)50.00
V. Venice Ave Phone 2663
tri. i Repairs Radios Rented Cameras Rented I of the lagoon opposite HIReI'
Grove. Baynard will
furnish the
ncccssaiy right-of-way. This includes moving bulding: to your lot,

STUDIO BEDS ) Mayor Hifel said he expects the placing on new foundation, 2 coats paint, new

I new road to be completed in strip shingle roof, hardwood flooring, novelty
Very Good Assortment In
about three months.
Maple, Blonde. Leatherette and with siding.
I Mrs. VirginIa Wilson, owner of
Upholstered Arms
the Venice Taxi Service, was
; ranted permission to temporarily !
discontinue bus service between P. L. Hynes'

o! to A Complete '" Edgewood and downtown Venice
AiaDrtment of due to the lack of pationage. Venice Airy Air: BaseWatettox I

> nL jf CHESTS Upon motion of Councilman ,.
Caper.en: the council voted to "
[BEDROOM have City Supervisor Mallory

} CHAIRS take over the post of city health
d officer a job held In recent I
months by Chief of Police Oerry
FURNITURE INNERSPRINGMATTRESSES Pestotnik. The council also ordered sr '
that henceforth no city occu-

IG FURNITURE CO.I pational licenses are to be issued E
," by Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede, city S
Feather Your Nest With A Little Down" clerk, without first being approve E

60 RDA ARCADIA FT. M1ERS ed by Mallory R
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vn "CaU George" E S


ant 20 words Ic each additional word :Minimum
i Cash will Ad. Special rate for more than one
'he same ad. Ads will be accepted over the t<,K>- TAt iloxr, "'.'. td timber in Ih,. homer tent '.....,.d u-illi < "all.a ./
1 c up to 5 p.m Thursday with the understanding

1 remit pavmcnt promptly.) !r:ssSure Dlsc lorallon-

and Reduce Fuel Costs!

1W HEEL CHAIR DRIVEWAYS PUT IN Muck, M'atrrlox Transparent penetrates deeply into the pore
e. See Billcy atE fill dirt shell. Louis Adorjan I of Brick Cement or natural Stone, and seals them against
Phone 2782. efflorescence, locking out water and its ugly effects, locking
-- --- --- in heat.
The Chinese ed Oil for successful
u Tung waterproofing
GRAND PIANO. AI o. spinet before America was discovered. Watcrlox is an improved
RNER" nursery piano Phone Sarasota 70-134. Tung-Oil product It is the modern key to economical
|children. All furUt. -' can leave your car here
of home.
HEll- preservation
etc. Ready for ESTATE FOR SALE.. and be confident that we your
e 15. Call 20B3. -- will fix what needs to be ON SALE AT

roon Tugs:- $12 Acreagemaroon ,. fixed not more) in record

rugs, $7 time: at bottom cost. Taylor HardwareVENICE
heaters. IS each VENICE FARMS

$25.00 to $50.00 W* Specialize in Repairing

RENT rIER RATE. 3 An Acre i i\ Chrysler Products Plastic Age Boat & Equipment Co.

apartment. $65rnlshed NOKOM13

Purchaser to pay for abstractED
GARAGE Lanier & Moremen

Coors T. Devlin, Prop.
H. N.
two bedrooms In On the Trail Phone 2581
Call or see Brlley


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Three Blocks East
On Broadway

Englewood! Phone 2))

I S P. O. Box 64'

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I Crosley

H Universal MicUador Rffrlceralnt
>It'; R ., M foal Itnt'1'atrr H itH .- 1 Radios and Radio Plxmcigt lph.
10 ( il Hot Hater ll.'atet f. ,
i: i .1hIt1I.thlnh: t
tni\er' al ( I leaner with .\1"| \ttachnnnt.. Proctorutomatit
e 3 ""' 1'1' 'e'
:s Pre"ure Cooker. ---- .\ Pop-up Toasters lut tpy,
n z jiH Ne\er-Llft; Iron
'. It Emerson Fans
,:" 3 ,\11|| ']ta. Attic \enttUtinj Portable Manning Bowman

. :: ";d 1. --- --Water- Pumps Automatic IronTelechron

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\11 h pr, Bedroom Fixture
; General Electric;
VI l\rr LiUn Room' Fixture
? Path Rant Bracket* Porch ."..1...- ". ,. Ml Sites Incandescent and lluorev nt larch I
., un_,_-up__. ni..r lamp_ Kitchen Future.: !;' Electric ('lotkiTK
,I g Fluorescent Fixtures r'ro Units for ElectricMiscellaneous, tones
l'' g mithtrafi Kl M ,20 Mitthrorm '
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1 I fi Toastmaster rr small Pull-rluin FUture Cti q|
=,sfeAutomatic ;: .- Replacement Sockets for lamp
p. Toa>ter .. ,,,,,, .,. ?. 4+ Replacement Sockets for llxtiret
ea en..." ,. 0 Flood ,light Bracket* All Types Hett
5 Frostmas'erl.ep ... .. ., Ironing' Cords With or Without s ulhhe, .
i :5: Freeze 3 Ft B... .. .. ., .. 1000 Hour Table and Portable Radii RallrrmCor
t If "'" .1 s ooj mere \,' loffMi Makers Cory ( ffrf Ma|
I Fishing Tackle ': ,.....,.. Marlc-flo Coffee BrrurrAppliance
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: $l.i 7 Per Carton t 5 Brands 10 Choose From 1.lb. Jar 4,5Ctl ;

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Frozen Foods( I

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.; BeTTEn; 28 C 0 -- ORANGE IAIOIALADE: 1'

Fresh Vegetables

."r.. I FIT CAIIN \110' (,OLDEN Kf.\ ,.
It 'IILI\ ::3 tall rails 35c Ou Vegetables Are Kept Crisp.1 ,E. \SD \, 1
.1 and Cool in a Refrige".. JOIAI01
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: t BACON() lb. 63c Case KI'\'Ci.\S'S SKINLESS
f 11IENERS lb'
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.'., \i I :..lb. Jar 81.:3H: 6 P.M.
; i !' Saturdays, 8 A.M to 9 P.M. 10 Ibs. 45c

'j> '.:1':) I Close Thursday at 12 noon

lrc f ,Jr. ; i T a t' S Market

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