Venice gondolier
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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1946
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: UF00079934:00010
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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;'NIt1D1"t'I Banker To Talk On Preparation of
,ur"e 'In.. Loan Provisions of House NumberingMap .

mto G. I. Bill of RightsA PLAN HERE TO Is DelayedDue CANAL THROUGH

record attendance is expectedat to the illness of James A.

) the meeting tomorrow, Thurs- Hightower, Venice-Nokomis high
V .ON day, night, at 8:30: o'clock, of the START TODAYStarting school principal who was author- VENICEMOUNTS

new "Novel" post of the American ized to draw up detailed plans,

k,1ft1: Legion in Community hall, above adoption of an official house
t 1 session the Gulf theatre in Venice. All today, grocery numbering system for Venice was While a survey crew of the

I board of direct.tiIF veterans are invited to attend. stores in Venice and Nokomis delayed last night by the city U. S. Engineers was reported
: mU will be closed on Wednesday working east of Venice to ob-
Speaker of the evening will be council until its next meeting.
adopt tain data concerning possible
I afternoons until further notice
' J. T. Blalock, president of the Hightower, who has been suf-
city Also closing on Wednesdays alternate routes, definite op-
Venice-Nokomis bank, whose sub- fering from throat trouble
for to the proposed construc-
at 12:30 m. in addi- position
ject will be "The G. I. Bill
ordered by his physician to remainin
use" tion to the Venice Food Shop, tion of the Inland Waterway
.he Venice Araiy Air Base. Rights As Related to Local Con- Curry's Grocery, Nokomis Gro- bed for a few days and was through the city proper mounted
:'be resolution was to be ditions. Blalock will outline unable to complete work on the the week.
pre- cery, and C. C. Lowe Grocery, during past
steps necessary for veterans to which will show the "house
ted formally to the} city map
coun- will be the Lanier Variety Store One candidate for county com-
take in applying for loans under number" for each lot in the city
last night by;Walter B. Sheet -
and Nestlewood Gift Shop. missioner from District 3, Alexander
the G. I. bill.
Ool C. secretary;with im- Three Venice establishments, the limits. Murphy, stated: "I am
diate action, requested of the Ralph Simpson, commander pro Venetian Cleaners, Venice Laun- After Its formal approval by the against routing the canal through

r tatWt., ; tem, and Charles Wrede, temp- dry and Dry Cleaning and Higel council at its next meeting, the Venice."

of unanimously hl 'ttdoptadV t' 7 by the orary secretary, made arrange- Electric Appliance Shop, will close map will be hung in the office of Even though the U. S. district

ird of.dtjas toitf, the resolution ments for Blalock's appearance Thursdays at 1 p. m., starting tomorrow the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of 'engineer, Col A. B. Jones, of Jacksonville .
I 9 UI'If4..eoimc11.to appoint before members of the post, many Commerce so that home-owners
has submitted
a prelim-
ateds11'ak' sVrtsl committee of whom are keenly interested in i and others may determine the'
inary recommendation that the
obtaining loans to buy farms or numbers allotted to all existing
set tat flM cttjr IB Carious phases BANK TO CLOSE ON Venice link of the waterway be
homes, or to go into business for buildings in Venice.I I
the airport acquisition matter
GOOD FRIDAYJ. cut directly from a point near Ven-
I .to aid,in 0 drawing up plans themselves. ice Inlet to the upper end of Lemon -
use of UK airport property and T. Blalock, president of NEW AGENT bay some opponent of the

Minis not: only for aviation RECUPERATING the Venl Nokomit bank, Mrs. Louis Adorjan, wife of the :route plan to fight it to the bitter

poses but,I possibly. for sucher Mrs. Tom Lanier this week is yesterday reminded all con night police officer, will succeed I end, contending it would irrepara-
uses as' back in her home on Granada, wellon cerned that Good Friday, April Mrs. Catherine Whitaker as Venice I ably damage the community.
A municipal trailer park, pub- the to 19, l II a legal holiday and that bus
way complete recovery, station agent it was disclosedthis $45,100 Estimate!
high school, public ball parkI her friends the bank will be closed on that
report, after undergoing week. Mrs. Whitaker plans to Meanwhile, Sarasota county
recreation,,4re& and use of a major operation at Sarasota day. It will be open Saturday return soon to her home in Leicester I commissioners were Informed last

ter and,sanitary sewer system." hospital. I morning, as usual N. C. (Continued on Paw I)

All four grocery stores also an-
lffd/Grdss. Workersjltfonored nounced that, beginning next Sat- Local Churches Plan

." urday, they will close at 8 p. mon .

: for Service Saturdays. The other establish- Easter ObservancesLeading
ments already have an earlier Sat-
-r. urday closing hour
With two'v iat -Nokomis auxiliary women rating at the top of up to special Easter Sunday services, Venice-Nokomis
Meanwhile, George A. Hauser
"hours worked" list, citations and pins for faithful, meritoriousvice churches and church groups have arranged several outstanding events
pointed out that the Venice Lum-
during the(war years were awarded to approximately 350 for this week.Tomorrow.
ber Co. store will remain
asota county, women at a meeting and tea held by the county both Wednesday and Thursday at 10 a. m, a Maundy Thursday Holy Communion .
pter of the tied Cross: in Sarasota last Thursday afternoon.speciaily7 will be held at St. Mark's Episcopal church, with other scheduled
afternoons, its custom for some
honored for having I events there announced by the I
time having been to close Satur-
tributed more than! 2,000 hours Hauser, Mrs. A. C. Hauser, Mrs. rector, Dr. Leonard Stryker, as attractions.
days at noon, a practice that will
it to volunteer work during the William Perry Hayes, Mrs. Clyde follows: Methodist ChurchAt
be continued. It is open week-
ant Conflict; ware Mrs. Charles V. Higel Mrs. Franklin LePelley, Good Friday, three-hour serv- the Venice-Nokomis Meth-
days from 8:00: a. m. to 5:30: p. m.
CI Roberta':and ,Mrs W Oof Mrs. J. L. McAllister, Miss Marguerite Murray Bennett, manager of ice, starting at 12 noon. odist church, a Good Friday Union

me Yw Ic Honore Palmer, McClellen, Mrs Eugene Lanier Drug Store, also pointedout Sunday, 10 a. m., church servicefor service is planned, as well as

d of OM Rarasota County chap- Maier, Mrs. R. V. Massey, Miss that, at least for the time beIng Sunday School children, at Easter Sunday observances, it was

irismM Certificates and pins Bina Moore Mrs. H. L. Mundy, his establishment will be kept which time the Lenten Mite boxes announced by the Rev. F. A. Ship-

he vojttutoer wwkersaaug Mrs. Herman Myers, Mrs. M. Op- open every day of the week, main- will be presented to the church by ley, pastor. The Good Friday union

4&OM from Venice, Node persdorff, Mrs. Louise Reishsfarr, taining its usual schedule of hours. the children; 11 a. m., Holy Com- service will start at 3 p. m., with

or,Laurel woo'were on the Mrs. Mary Reichspar, Mrs C. B. Tom McNeil, owner of the Club munion and special musical program Rev. Shipley speaking briefly on,

wm th* toUowtar Richmond, and Mrs. R. S. Tilley. La Tonda, called attention to the Mrs. Aline Saunders, soprano "The Three Who Bore Crosses",

V, :11,000 HOURS Most Hours fact that his establishment is now will sing the offertory solo, A candle-light communion ser-

[rs. Michael IvansMO The greatest number of hours closed all day Tuesdays. Mozart's "Alleluia." Violin and organ vice will be held at the Methodist

i; HOURS turned in by any auxiliary of the preludes will be presented by church Thursday evening at 8.

[r1, well, Mrs WilAdams- Sarasota County chapter for the Here's Listing of Mrs. H. L. Mundy and Mrs. R. S. All denominations are Invited to

l' illtam Tilley. participate.
entire war period was turned in
i.' Mrs Parker by the Venice-Nokomis workers. Tide SchedulesFor Baptist ChurchAt Methodist young people will

e'MMt] ftsM* Upward Mrs Special praise was accorded to Venice Inlet the Venice Baptist church, join with the Baptist younger
L. JWkfttfl Jr. L Neville, Easter services In making
Mrs. Roberts, who served as chair- special Sunday also group Saturday night a
C H Jackin man of production for the local Numerous requests have been are planned, with music by the trip to Sarasota to attend a giant

Mrs J group, and Mrs Hulme, who was received by The Gondolier for choir at both the morning and "Youth For Christ" rally at the

ood) chairman of the surgical dressings publication of tide forecasts. Be- evening services. Golf street auditorium, there, beginning -
RS For children and their moth- I at 8 .
division, for their fine work. One cause Gulf tides are notoriously p. mAll
Mrs Edith worker said: uncertain and variable, no guar- ers) of the nursery, beginners and i young people of Venice and
F Haensel, primary departments of the invited to make the
"The great accomplishment of antee can be made as to the ac- Bap- vicinity are
w Miss Winifred curacy of the following tables. tist Sunday School, an Easter egg trip. Trucks will leave both the
I (Continued on Page 2)
They are taken from the offi- hunt will be held at 3:30: Saturday Methodist and Baptist churches

certificates for cial Department of Commerce afternoon at the George A. here at 7 p. m. The Baptist choir

volunteer apeincluded Bowling League to "Tide Tables', with a two hours Hauser home on Venice By-way. will take part in the program, ,"'

: Be Launched HereAs and IS minutes adjustment being The affair is being given by Mrs i which is being given under the

Mrs. Vernon made as between Venice and Tampa Hauser Mrs. Roland Curry, and auspices of the Christian Laymen -

a S. Bowden, a preliminary to the forma- The times are for Venice Inlet Mrs. Talmadge S. Thompson, with I 's league of Sarasota and Man-

Mrs. John tion of an eight-team bowling and fishermen should figure a games and refreshments as added atee counties .

Dixon, Mrs. league here, two five-man kegling halt hour later for points eastwardon .
Mrs. George squads will bowl a special match Venice bay. -
tonight at the Bowlakade.' VENICE INLET
The three-game match will startat High Low SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
Wed, Apr. 17 12:4: a.m. 8:52: a,m.
8 p. m., with one team to be 11,47 a.m. 8:61 pm
Thun, Apr. IS 1'SI a.m. 8:07 a.m. VENICE GONDOLIER
captained by Herb Hanchey and 19:01 p,mFrl 7:35 pm. ,
the other by J. J. Josart. ., Apr. 19.? 12:27 I::23 a p.m..m. 6 SlI::20 am.pm Venice, Florida.

>IJER George W. Botts, manager of the Sat, Apr. JO 19:64 p.m ':Oil pm VENiCE
Please send THE GONDOLIER for
Sun., Apr. 11 1,21 p.m. '(8 p,m. me one
local alleys, said league play will Mon., Apr. 22 ,, i 04 p.m. 11:06 p,m.
Tues, Apr. 23.. 1,58 p,m. ..................
Business get under way next week. Tenta Wed' Apr. 24 .. 4,13 p,m. 12:19 a,mIN year ($2.50) or three months ($1)
tive plans call for bowling In the (Check which) >,

fed In league two nights a week. Twenty- NEW HOME (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)

seven keglers already have signified Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ponder, 4

Shop their desire to compete in Jr., and family have moved into Name

Venice league play and any others Interested their new home on Palermo place.

178 are invited to visit the Their new telephone number is Address '

Bowlakade tonight. Venice 2824



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r Myakka MUSIC -
"I do not agree with a word you say, but I will i iJi 125 Laurel SL, Sir.'P; |><'0,1,

.< defend with my life your right to say it."-VOLTAIRE I i Evan, who has operated -
1m Mkka river fishing camp for .u
'<< '. I i, Published every WedneieUy Editorial' office. in Nestlewood Gift the past 12 years. this week 'dos ARCADE BARBER SHOP..
:P' ;: t Shop West Venice Avenue Venice, Florida Venice 2(73 ed up shop" and is leaving with Arcade IUllding' I. I".TV. 5
,.i 4 Subscription/ rates: One year, $2.50: three months $1. CIII.1fed I' Vr*. Evans for Michigan to spend VENICE I, III, to I L.;
:fo't:""' advertising" rite: 2 cents per word first, 20 words: 1 cent per word for I Ir L
.' ; the tumirer I| -=:::::::;
: each additional' word.
I I He plans to reopen the camp I I

r CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ,. . ........ ............ Editor; and Publishers ,, about October 1J I i WANTED .
Explaining his closing of the '
'r .d\v',-d sock for the Venice Army camp at such an early date, [\'inl'' I Used Furniture of All] Type,
Air Field was made bv' Mrs asserted stop nets have ruined
f MULLIGAN I Parker Page: the flags for the the fishing on the Mvakka for Highest Prices paid o
t Chinese regiment stationed here this >ear." ,I For Sale -
were made under Mn Roberts The veteran guide declared he
direction, b>' ,Mr. William North has been refusing to take Desks Filing Cabinet Tanks Work
r Gee whiz
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Not enough room Garbage Cans Cupboards Shell 1
".uk.> e.:.:cr I and Mrs Edith Breed and preen men out for several fisher-I Furniture Some Lumber- "'"
.I < :ed to the Chinese cadets in a because he knew' the I
/. C H.W I special ceremon in the spring of jet the catches they sought, and C:o Club La Tonda Those J. McNeil
:944. had a right to expect from what I Box 245 Venice ?
1 / "It also should be pointed out has been one of Florida best fishing a'U'
I (Contirued from Page 1) that fire work was done b\' the (*re..mi. --
i our aux;i,arv' was only! made POII !:arm wives. who worked under "I have good friends among I I,
: i ble by the standing: work of :the direction! of Mrs Vincent BD.xon I commercial fishermen," Evan I I THACKER ANDVANGE t'iN
: I Mrs R' .-ben*. who was the spark it the golf clubhouse here. added. "but I still say the."'v'e got l '
1 pug: i,t the Ver.ce-Vokomi auoct.v \- ,I ai well ai b\ the ladies cf K.V.I no business usirg stop net. that I I II FUNERAL DIRECTORS
fk I '
::.r" > '; ies from the time ot' who aided the town women generously I destroy everything and rum fishing -
.. : Ambulance :...
P* :: H itcr ir then Red Crow act.Me for ether Gill nets are okay. Service ,
S ., ;." 'c"I :. II but stop r.etl'ea, the"'ve kill- I
f ... e ; ..'ef: :' ,> <.:.t ed off fishing In our section of the Day or Night
".. ., :...c ". ... t'e.rtr :.-...:;e. Mvakka at least for this season, I

: A.I c' September I. 1945, there ,''h' I'm mst closing the camp until 142 North Orange Ave.
; :'YE: '--ere P60 r.o nation in the next October." ; SARASOTA Phone S.*
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-' LEHMANN BUYS HOME [I "Serving Sarasota County For Mere Thin 13 YHOLLYWOOD ,

USE / Wilier Lehmann who recently );
purchased the Calf View' apart- l I
5 STEELCOTERUBBER I mert {rum Mayor Cl.vae V Higel I i
y' last week bought a fiveroom'house '" i P
on okomis\ avenue fromSmyth I I II APARTMENTS :"'".

!i I Brohard. Lehmann plan to !! VENICE '..
ENAMEL make it his permanent home. :

k I Mr and Mrs A. R. Dunning I
:: Or es In A Few Hours '< -r-erlv of ANNOUNCING I I IA
://T.'. .net. VViter.Proof, Acid Precf I purchase Bedford consummated 0., in dur-anther CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT '

t ALL COLORS :-g the past week, have taken
r For Autos and Household Use I rrssewon, of a five-room cottage SUMMER RATES
'1 Grcvei&nd avenue NOW IN EFFECT 2 ts S.Room V
Both des were handled bvF' I 1. By Week or Month SrgeSetprit:
VENICE 1 I ;,':k J C.dwell through the
; : 11"-lip- _;.I ,N, Urnuren real estate office H'j MISS ELSIE WITCHEN Owner.Marsisr

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- In 1945, there were 218,440 milesof CANAL REAPPOINTED

ER II natural gas pipelines and city (Continued from Page 1) All principals in Sarasota coun- I 1
ty' white public school system
:::::: mains throughout the United Monday the cost of necessary GULF
: for 1946-47 ata
..., NER were reappointed I
States. rights-of-way and spoil areas for
special meeting the county
)Jp p pWe this county's section of the water- school board, held in Sarasotalast !

pr., ewe Tamlaml Trail way canal was estimated at $45- Friday afternoon. Among THEATREVENICE

100.Civil those renamed to their posts were
:::::: 1 Mil North of Venice Engineer R. M. Cantey of
James A. Hightower, principal of
NOKOMISLODGE Sarasota made the estimate at the
Venice-Nokomis high school, and
request of the county commission. Box Office Open 7 P. M.
AIL Mrs. Aline Ashworth of
Engle- !First Show Start 7:IS P. M.
It will be forwarded to J.H. Mannof
t1j 7 9OR MOOfrr wood elementary. Second Show starts ':45 P. M.
Nokomis, Fla. Venice 2872 St. Petersburg, president of the MATINEE SUNDAY
Jyaety D..PT.All
Js .oulrcr AOVaenOMI$ waterways association, for Inclusion Box Office Opens 1 P. M.
Show Starts S:15 P. M.
-- in the grand estimated total CHARTER BOAT
,i.tyarv>L"" cost for all six Gulf Coast coun- Bay and Deep Sea Fishing WEDNESDAY A THURSDAYApril f
ties involved in the proposed new or Sightseeing Trips 17, 11 '

':>t .ql!( L Y'FCrulae waterways link. Boat Docked at Brady'iFisheries "THIS LOVE OF
Cantey estimated the rights-of- Nokomis OURS" i

....'.alb.110 M.P.H. With Safety way sought for the route along Lord Roberta Venice 2993 Merle Oberon Claude Rains 1,
':;.. the coast in the vicinity of Ven-
*\Possible, Only!, In Ercoupa Airplanes ice would cost: Land from the FRIDAY April: 19 SATURDAY 20 'I I

,'UD"INT'INtTRUCTION" AIR TAXI SERVICE Charlotte county line to the north ABBOTT AND

.: end of Lemon- bay, $1,000; Veniceair McCARTERand COSTEU..OINHOLLYWOOD"
4 ; "AIRCRAFT, INC. field to the Venice city limit,

AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS $12,000; In the limits of Venice,
"' "; $20,000; and Venice Inlet to Sara- HYDERGARAGE SUNDAY MONDAY
April 21 22
sota bay, 2500.
Alternate Routes
Bennett Edw. O. Robinson
Suggested alternate routes for
'TOUR PLUMBING this section of the waterway Include General' Auto and Boat TUES, WED. 5uRS."THIS .
.. Repairing April 23, 24, 2
'" <'" a route that would run east-
.VENICE' ward from Venice bay to connect NOKOMISFormerly
with the Myakka river and one
(! Mao Ringo'e Garage) Alan Ladd Veronica Lake I
PLUMBING --- that would run from Venice bay
1 paralleling the Seaboard railroad
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,- ," course, and thence cut across
5 C, W. :MeKINNEYJ country southwestward to a junc- "The Same Friendly Pre-War Service"

.,"-;HATCHERVanle ture with Lemon bay.
1401 doePROMPT In connection with the whole VENICE GARAGEAND

..SERVICE canal situation, It was disclosedthis
week by T. M. Wrede, Sr.,
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who officially represented the SERVICE STATIONStandard

Venice-Nokomis Chamber of
it *'r' Commerce last week at the Mount
iI Dora meeting of the Florida Wa- Oil ProductsVenice

I Power GarageNOW terway Congress, that William La- Avenue and Tamlaml Trail
mar Rose of Punta Gorda had VENICE 2161 DICK RICH

been elected a new director of
OPEN that body. .................................................

Rose, who at present serves as
, CARS rAND TRAILERS STORED city attorney for Venice althoughhe

FOR THE SUMMER is a resident of Punta Gorda, Pittsburgh
will represent Charlotte county on Just In I
In Modem Fireproof GarageConttruotlvaly the waterway group's board of Cementhide
\.M directors. It previously had no
1JI' such,representation. Wrede him- WHITE Structural Paint For

j self was re-elected a director of PAINT Cement or Concrete
the organization, as was Col C. R. Exteriors
Progressive Progressively Constructive
Mayo of Sarasota.

ENGLEWOOD ELECTRIC CO. Wrede reported no special dis- $3.67 Gal.
cussion of the Venice situation
occurred during the waterway
meeting, although it may come up
when the organization holds its
I I next meeting, sometime next win-
APPLIANCES ter, in Sarasota. Sun-proof Outside Whiter
J INSTALLATION i w. Paint For Wood Exteriors
Purchase of a new Piper Cub $3.49 Gal.

'k-J-7, t' spraying mosquito breeding areas

Iti ..........r..... ... was authorized last Monday by the VENICE LUMBER CO.
Sarasota county commissioners, Venlc. Ave.. Near Seaboard Depot Phone 2632
i upon request of J. Melton Wil-

: Grocery liams, county mosquito control
I officer. Delivery of the plane Is
P .til'r1f.... ': ;, expected soon.Williams I
Nea '4 # .t. 14 LAUREL Informed Commissioner I
f 'JI.t'., Every Modern Housewife Knows
"{ ..". M. Cousins of Venice that he e e eI
} jries and Meats plans to have his crew do some

I, control work in this section of the

i' and Vegetables county within a few days.

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and deserves to be con- MEATS, '

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MOVES THIS. WEEK Shuffleboard Club and Mrs.GUESTSMr. D. H. Devins of Rea-

Paul Goldenstein of the Alpha Welcomes Nine Venezia parkway had as guests

Institute of Music this week is over the past week-end Mr. and ,
moving into new Venice headquarters New MembersNine Mrs. Leroy P. Armstrong of Tampa LUNN

g at the Winslow property I new members were welcomed and Mrs. D. H. Dahl, Miss Gulf Theatre I
1 Shuffleboard Daisy Templin and Mr. and Mrs.
into the Venice -
,on the corner of Nassau and Inc C
i club at the meeting of the Ray Maynard, from St. Petersburg.PHOTOGRAPHIC .
rento streets.TRIANGLE.
i club last'Monday night. The mem- I

bership now totals 44, accordingto r

REPAIRED INN the announcement of Secretary SERVICESLet
I i Walter Sheehan. Ul Do Your Developing'
Rooms By New members include: J. T. Bla- And Printing
Garage Service Leave Films at Nokomis Grocery
Whitton & Purvis Day or Week lock Mr. and Mrs O. S. Bronson, Wut._& WynneNokomis
Englewood Mr. and Mrs H. S. Bow den, Mrs. Phone J551Two
"LooK for the Tin Repair Corner Nassau VENICE George W. Botts, Jr.. Mrs. Penny
I ind Penned.!
Arrowi" Hull Fred Tnbby, and Jack S. ,.': ''i:! .'.!':.'.." "" ,
Mrs Louis Siegel reported thatin JIM
the recent match play with PONDERi!
PALM Sarasota Venice won only two
games out of nine played, O. 1:. :: I
Lambert and Dr. C. S. Waite of ..'. I

t. GRILL Venice winning two out of three ..' 1

games from Mrs. J. Barton and ..
14. "Home Cooking"Open Miss Lola Sample of Sarasota. ... /
'Venice was outclassed by the 64

visitors," said Mrs. Siegel, "but .. Stores
7 A. M. to 2 P. M. .
much from the
Venice Ave. at Timiiml Trail gained experience
M 5 P. M. to 8 P. M. and enjoyed the .
everyone con-
Venice :i In
Closed Saturday test." On the Tn,
- - - : On Welt Venice Avenue
All the other games were won : 1 Mile North 'IBU'

...............................................0...............too.. ..........................'J:: by the visitors from Sarasota who :;: JIM PONDER'S JIM
PONt ;
.t l; were matched as follows: (Sara- .
;: CLOSEDWILL ;:;: sotans are named first) Mrs. S. I. 10
:: Package
;: Berglund and Mrs. E. Barton vi cock!h, 1lbl

I' :: REOPEN OCTOBER 15 :: Mrs C. S. Waite and Mrs. Alice t:: Store LoWlj a'
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Lumley, E. Barton and L. Con- .. .

J'; ', :: Thanks, Friends and Customers, for ;:: radix \.a Mrs. Fred Tribby and ,; QUALITY LIQUORS AND PACKA"
I : ;: Louis Siegel G. C Badgly and S. fa:

: your liberal patronage. :: I. Berglund M William Mahoney :....;'..:>:> ...........................'.':;;.b1
r :: : and Robert Bradley, J. Barton and -- ----- -- ;,
. Dan Evans I
' ; .' : Miss Lola Samples O. C Lam- ,

r;: :: Evans Fishing Camp Myakka River j:: bert and Dr. C S, Waite. LANIER'S FOUNTS 1rIle

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GUARANTEED I Funeral services were held at (Through Tueaday, April 23))
the Venice Baptist church last 'itle

r WORKMANSHIP I Sunday for Mrs. Nancy Ki4d, wifeof
1 W T. Kidd of Seaboard avenue BANANA SPLIT I'EUI

I Venice, who died in a Sarasota rita

I hospital last Friday night after Three different flavors of ice t:
I a long illness. The Rev. D. I
cream, 3 different crushed fruits I
Campbell Crawford
a E. B. THOMAS officiated. /
Burial was in Nokomis cemetery hocolate syrup, banana halves, t< z
1 0 P. o. Box 87 on Venice B '- ay.
ped with whipped cream and rru. I
VENICE I In addition to her husband, she
.i.ia j .' survived by her mother, Mrs. ischino cherry.

: w. C McKinney: her f.ep-father, ..
11\\". C McKinney; or.e brother, ..i i
A Privilege to Live In Florida I FL.: id H. Whidden, a half-broth- '' ]

.j I er. Cl>'de McKinney; and four sons, i iI I While They LastThreeQuart
A Distinction to Live In Venice I John N. Bailey, Carl H. Bailey, tru
;James T. Kidd and Henry F. Kidd,
I I H. N. WIMMERSRealtor i all of Venice. Etched Glass t.


' I VENICE FLORIDA With let Bridge Top It
I Regular $2 Value
Ii Where the Tamiaml
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VENICE, FLORIDA Ill : scribes. Thai'I!
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WANTE5-Sv'"man fir general' hiuae. Zenith R
= t'rUr: 41n@. day .each week. Ctrs, N.
II I 1' O k.t 21, Venice.

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d LANIEBRexall
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