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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: October 4, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE GONDOLIER

Where the Classified AliiTamiami t

Trail suce Will Bring

Meets the Open Quick Results

Me.rico" COVERING THE FLORIDA
Gulf of GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS Phone 2961
LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


OL.1, NO. 31 FRIDAY OCTOBER 4, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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COUNCIL ,OKAYSQUOR Venice Business Group Will Meet BIG PARK VIEW



PERMIT; Tonight in El Patio Hotel LobbyTo HOTEL BUILDING

.

PLANS CURFEW Select Board of GovernorsContinuing REPORTED SOLD


their plans to form a new business and civic organization for Venice, merchants and M

Meeting in special session professional men and women of this city will meet again at 9 o'clock tonight in the lobby of the Sale by Mrs. Fred H Albeeof
late yesterday afternoon, the El Patio hotel. the big Park View hotel,
city council granted Mrs Marcus Choice of a name for the group, as well as election of officers, will feature tonight's meeting, it also known as the Florida !'
Stearns permission to install is expected. Medical Center building, to t

a cocktail lounge in her Last Friday night, by a vote of' the owner of a chain of several
enice-Myakka hotel, 42-room: Women Bowlers 21 to 3, with seven others northern hotels was reliably
pres-I Auxiliary
Legion
hostelry on South Tamiar ent not voting, it was reported this week.

Trail. Resume League proceed with organization of the I Names CommitteeTo It was further reported the new
Mrs Stearns, represented by new association. owner came to Venice this weekto
William F. Gregg, manager of the Play Next Monday Special Committee I Pick OfficersTo look over his newly-acquhed

hotel, was Informed she must also Temporary Chairman George property, tp determine the possi-
obtain licenses from the countyand Swinging back Into action after Mitchell appointed a special committee hear a report from their bility of reopening it in time for )
the State Hotel Commission nearly a month's lay-off Venice of five to draw up by-law I nominating committee, members occupancy this season.
She plans to submit her applici I women keglers will start a new and make nominations for a boardof of the newly-formed auxiliary of $125,000 Ia
commissioners I series of league matches next No-Vel Post No. 159 of the American .
bon to the county governors, which the gathering While the selling price was not
in Sarasota next Monday. i Monday night at the Venice Bowl decided should act as the governing 'I' Legion will hold a special disclosed, it is said the price tag

t. P. M. CurfewThe i aka de.I body of the new organization. I meeting in Community hall\ hereat on the three-story hotel has been

councilmen, with only Dr.T. I All games will start at 8 p. m. The committee was composed of, 8 p m. on Tuesday, October IS $125,000.$

S. Thompson absent, also votedat .I and the opening night will find Carl Obendorf, Venetian Cleaners, I' Members of the nominating Opened by the Brotherhood of
the special meeting to adopt; the Venice Bay Trailer Park chairman; Grady Taylor, Taylor committee, appointed by the nux- Locomotive Engineers during the
some kind of a curfew law for< squad, winners last time, tangling Hardware; Mrs. Nellie Cosby, Cos- : iliaiys temporary president, Mrs. development days of the middle
children under 16, tentatively deciding with the Palm Grill five, and by Apartments; Paul Goldenstein, Ann Surfs at the group's meet 1920's, the Park View subsequently -
upon 9 p. m. as the time Wolf's Sinclair Service, who fin Alpha Music Shop, and Carroll H. ing last \Monday night, are: Mrs. was closed and then about 1932
such minors must be off the streets ished in second place, rolling Williams, Venice GondolierRecommendations Alice Lumley, chairman; Mrs.' was acquired by the late Dr. Fred ,
unless they have legitimate busi-: against the Nestlewood Gift Shop. of the committee Tommy Wrede, jr., Mrs. W. B.' H. Albee, who used it as his incrnatlonallyknown -
Next Wednesday night the Surls, and Mrs. Frank Raeburn. Florida Med-
will be presented at to
ness.Mrs.. Helga Roess-Siede, city Venice Bowlakade team will meet nights meeting by Obendorf. At the last meeting, it was decided ical Center.

clerk, was instructed to contact the Earl's Pure Oil Station, a new While the group will recommend that regular meetings of the It was taken over by the Army ,,
City attorneys, Rose and Rose of squad replacing the Venice Garage that the board of governors be organization will be held on the in 1942, and was used as a hospi. "
Punta Gorda, and ask them to prepare in the league. made up of five persons, it is sub. first Tuesday of each month. tal during the war, being operatedin

an ordinance in time for consideration At a meeting held last Friday mitting a "slate" of eight from Four Guests conjunction with Venice Army
by the council at a special at the Bowlakade, the women discussed which the members will be askedto Four members of the auxiliaryof Air Field. It was turned back to
meeting tentatively set for league matters and elected choose by secret ballot. Nominations Sarasota Bay Post No. 30 were Mrs. Albee about a year ago, and
next Friday night. The ordinancewould Marjorie Adorjan to succeed Mary also may be made from guests here last Monday. They has been vacant since that time it

then be adopted, in its final Urn Raeburn as secretary, giving the floor tonight. were: Mrs Roy Bismark, present

form, at the council's next regular the latter a vote of thanks for her Nominations president of the auxiliary; Mrs C. of C. Directors ,
meeting, on the night of Tues- work during the past season. The board of governor nominations Harry Price and Mrs. Carl Hughes,
day, October 15 (Complete schedule and rosterof are: George Mitchell, Arcade past presidents, and Mrs. George To Meet ThursdayDirectors

Met List Tuesday teams will be found on rage 6.) Barber Shop; Walter Wheeler, Proctor, secretary.Mrs. of the Venice-Noko-
Last Tuesday night, during its Khceleis Auto Services: SmjthBiohard Irene Wrede, temporary mis Chamber of Commerce will k tt
regular eetmg, and with all I Smittys Tavern; Call secretary, reports seven new memo meet at 8 o'clock next Thursday dl
councilme: present, the council Tropical Fruit And Wolf, Wolf's Sinclair Service; J. bers joined the auxiliary last evening in the C. of C building at

disposed .of several importantmatters Juice Store to Open T. Blalock, Venice-Nokomis bank; Monday. the corner of Tamiami Trail and
: ) fed with its president, I Uanon Braswell, attorney and East Venice avenue, it was announced -
George Botts, in voicing criticism I Mrs. Virginia Ritchie next week owner of Bungalow Court Apartments Englewood C. of C. yesterday by H. S. Bowden -

ol Robert S. Baynard, president of will open a tropical fruit and juice : Floyd Joyner, J. and J. Aircraft To Meet MondayFirst president. r
the Venice Land Co., and foundout store at 303 West Venice avenue, : Inc.; G. L. Kincaid, Jossart. Work on remodeling and painting -
from City Attorney John T. next to Curry's Cash and Carry Kincaid, Plumbers. fall\ meeting of the Englewood the building was started this

Rose that Finn Caspersen, local store. As to membership qualifications, Chamber of Commerce will week and is scheduled to be completed -
real estate broker, was right two She will feature tropical gift all business and professional men be held at 8 o'clock next Monday by next Monday or Tues-
weeks ago when he warned them fruits and tropical jams and jelliesfor and women who hold City of Venice evening in the Community hall in day. At that time the entire front
Hey had no right to sell city property shipment and will serve occupational licenses, with a Englewood. With renewed activity I part of the structure will be usedto
In the Venezia '' established in in that district, a record attendance of
Park section. fresh papaya, orange and grapefruit place of business expand the present office
Councilman H. S. Bowden had I juice. (Continued on Page 2) is expected. Secretary Harry A. Beach. The
suggested that if the school boarddid I Venice police department office
not desire the three blocks, I DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT TO"SPEAK AT will continue to( be located in the

It might be a good Idea for the SUNDAY"World structure, but will have a side
[ HERE NEXT .
CHURCH .1P.
METHODIST
city to subdivide the property and entrance.
lei off the lots. His suggestion
drew Communion Sunday"will lowship of the church last Sunday work of Methodist women in this
sharp criticism from Cas- -T. A. i
section, were the guests of the MeetingA
Birdsong
Mrs. Thomas -
persen. be observed at the Venice They are:
City Attorney Rose Informed the Nokomis Methodist church at the Mr. and Mrs. Firman Fen- Nokomis Lodge Monday night.of the meeting of the Venice-Noko- t
council that since the property 11 o'clock service Sunday. Dr. ton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simpson The opening meeting service held mis Parent-Teacher association I
"a been "dedicated to public use," Harry Waller, district superin- Mr. and Mrs. George Read, board was a worship evening will be held at the Nokomis school '
church Monday
the city no longer has the right to I tendent of the Tampa district of Mrs. Marjorie Pappas and Mrs.H. in Mrs.the J. T. Blalock, president of at; 8 o'clock next Tuesday night.
lit. I the Methodist church, will be the M. Felton. of At an executive meeting last
Woman's Society
In and assist in the The executive board of the the local officers and committee -
response to a question front guest speaker, Service, conducted the Tuesday night,
Christian
Mayor Clyde V. Higel, Rose saW Holy Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- Woman's Society of Christian chairmen discussed plans
, the city could Service for the Tampa district of service. for the annual P.-T.A. Hallowe'en
permit erection oft
meeting was con
The business
clubhouse or auditorium by the per.Immediately following the serv- the Methodist church held its ducted Tuesday morning at the carnival and talked over the possibility -
ltlmen' friends of the semi-annual meeting at the local of sponsoring the high
and
club, American Legion, ice, the members church with Mrs. Russell Schaker,
,
* the"DinnerontheGrounds church Monday evening and Tuesday band their for
similar church are Invited to share school as project (
group, but that the president of the district group,
building would then become the to be of this week. Twenty ladies, Following the business this year.
ety'l! church. leaders of this organization and responsible presiding i
property and would have to served on the lawn of the session, the women of the local
of the Tide TablesVENICE
* open to the public. All members are asked to bring an for the ongoing society served a luncheon in the

The council decided to ask tile extra serving for any guests who church parlor. INLET
(Punta Ptau Correction)
PROGRAM
( RADIO
Continued on tut are Invited. ON members
- pp) Among the local present Data High Low
This service will also be the occasion Venetians listening last Sunday were: Mrs Bruce Rigby Mrs. Frl, Oct. 4 ............. :08p.m.. I
for the holding of the First afternoon to the network Charles Wrede, Mrs. Thomas Sat, Oct. I ......."... T:S5a m. 4 OOp.m.
[W. which will for Dough" broadcast 11:45p.m.
Conference "Darts
. I Quarterly Wrede Mrs. Gertrude Curry,
sr,
All rooted extra !Sun! Oct. 6.-.._,. e:02a.m. I 15a.m.
be held following the dinner. from Kansas City Mrs. Ben Dunn, Mrs. W. L. Dunn, 11.46p.m. 4:44n.m. A
BATPERATUSE, 'IU'N"ALL officials of the church, and any hard for one contestant, Virgil Mrs. W. E. McAmis, Mrs. S. L. MonT Oct. 7Tuei .__....10:08a m. 4 lla.m.
HIGH LOW INCHES Interested members and friends, "Moon" Mullins, who formerly Sharpe, Mrs. L. E. Parrish, Mrs.' 11 Up m. 5:11p.m.
hevbuely recorded to hear the busbies resided on Venice ByWay.Mulllna .. Oct. I __ 6:00a.m.11e4a.m. : .
-4.15 will welcome
1lt, Sept be M. Cousins, Mrs. Agnes Hyder, : 5:51p.m.Wed. : .
17
lat, S'PI. II-_____ I.". of this conference. "The who now hold a civil. Mrs. Alvin Jones, Rev. and Mrs. ., Oct. 8 ___,1907110. 5:41a.m.:
Bat, IoPt. It _II t "71.-1.- .... Life and Ministry of Christ," a service position at Fort Lavnworth H. M. Felton, Mrs. B. E. Bowen, 11:54a.in. (:ZJp.m.
tM., will be used his home address Thurt., Oct. 10 ,__.12:20a.m.: 6.24a.m.
Iopl.
10 rt1 71 -.O.N slide picture program, gave Mrs. J. T. Blalock, Mrs. C. C. 1.50p.m.
,: foe Oat month 0' 8eptftllbtr4.11 for toe Sunday evening service at M "Vonle, Florida. P. 8. H* Lowe, Mrs. George Read, and Mrs. Frl, Oct 11 _.12 18t.p.m.:I7a.m. 7:07a.m.1:84p.m. : .
1
t4b Oct ----n "__1.00 won $30. Paul Melroy. : 7:lip.m. ?
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-84 740Nine
7-r-'o.e. Joined the Fel-
Oct. persons
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Page Two VENICE GONDOLIER Friday. "October \


1 New Owners Take WATERWAYS CONGRESSTom Only Six Out of MEETINGContinued

!1I Wrede, gr. of Nokomis will
I- I HELPS BUILD UP Over Club La TondaBud be among approximately 50 directors 16 Pass TestsOut Venice( are eligible from P was>
It
of the Florida Waterways
Newberry and Bob Oatmanthis of 16 persons who applied tided by the 21 to 3 vote JT
I RESISTANCEagainst week assumed ownership of Congress scheduled to meet in for a driver's license at the VenIce One Person, One last .
Ballot||
semi-annual convention at Sara
the Club La Tonda at 309 West police department office yes- The special committee
Venice avenue, buying the business sota next Sunday. A major topicof terday, only six passed their examinations however, that will ,!commend .
discussion is slated to be the one t
reported State Highway ir.
from Thomas J. McNeil. After son can cast but
MONTHIYPAIN proposed extension of the Inland Frank Farcinski. one ballot;!
Patrolman
closing it temporarily for re- gardless of how many licenses?!
south from Venice a
Waterway i
decoration, the new owners reopened Four applicants failed the road holds or the number of
1 .
,1 the establishment under project on which government engineers signs, test, four failed the written in which he Is interested businesses

the name, "The B. and B. Bar." have been working in this examination, one failed the driving no business house shall ;also,tw
and Mrs who vicinity for several months, make and application was have mOlt
Mr Newberry, I test, one than one vote.However ,

came to Florida from Newark, 0., ing preliminary surveys Incomplete all members of

last February, have been residingnear Parcinski warned that every would be entitled to Join theT
Laurel but plan to move to Guild of St. Mark'sMeets
motorist runs the risk of being ganization and to speak
When Taken ABN Venice goon She is a sister of TuesdayFirst stopped for an examination of his subject brought up A voting on 11I1
Thruout George Lane who has been farmIng ber mom
driver's license at any time. He can appoint an alternate
The Month 90th, C., All in the Osprey district for the fall meeting of the Guildof also reminded operators of motor represent him and cast his ballot to

I past nine )'ears. St. Mark Episcopal church will I bikes or motor scooters that they, in event he cannot attend ,,

.L Oatman, Mrs New berry's son, be held In the rectory at 2 p. m too, must have a driver'slicense. Ing. mw.

was discharged from service last next Tuesday, it was announced

November after three years In the yesterday by Mrs. H L. Mundy, FINED $20 TRIANGLE
!Marines He served in the Pacific I INN
'j' who has Just returned to Venice
Also A Fine Stomachic Tonic) Major Clyde V. Higel in city
area and was wounded on Iwo from St Paul Minn. Rooms By
Lrdla E. Plnkhnmi Vegetable Com court last Monday fined William
pound DoEs Stone tliiin Just relieve Jima.
monthly pain when caused by female Mrs Mundy said services! at the V. Mabry $20, after telephone Day or Week
functional monthly dlltubanee. It church will be resumed soon, officials Sarasota had Corner Nassau
in
also relieves weak. tired, nervous. 'I OPEN WEDNESDAYS company and '
cranky feelings-of rich days-when I with Dr. and Mrs Leonard W. S. charged the local man with using Peniacoli VENICENEW
'N3 due to this cause Fmkhanii Compound Grocery stores of Venice and
has a soothing effect on one ofvomane Stoker erpected to arrive here profanity over the telephone Ma
Nokomis this week resumed stay-
Taken thuout most Important the month orguni_ Pink- from Tolland, Conn., by the end bry was arrested Sunday by Night
ham'l Compound helps build up resistance ing open all day WednesdajsDuung of this month. Meanwhile, under Officer Herb Hanchey.
ogolnot such dlltr..a Il'a also a the summer, the grocerieshad
ury n.ctlatomacblo toulc. Mrs.. Mundy direction, the 9:45 a, II
closed at noon on Wednesdajs
,
Thousands Upon Thousandsof m. Sunday School at St. Mark's .

Cirli and Women Helped- has been resumed. PHONENUMBERS

There are no opiates In Plnkhumi 2,000,000 SETSIn Choir rehearsals also have been BUSINESSAND .
Compound It. made from Mother Na. 1930, there were 34,000 auto ".
ture own wholesome root and herbs radio sets manufactured in the started and those interested are
.
plus Vitamin Bi It sinus NATURE I
Thousands United States in 1941 total asked to telephone Mrs. Mundyat PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY
upon thousands of women ; the (Since the last issuance ef tit
reported rpmarkableBftie. 3171. telephone directory, several listing I
f was 2000000.
It YOU suffer like thle-w.
a : have been made er numbers
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th you d to a fair Rive ant II ; changed Next Issue of the 4,net.
Is not scheduled to sett
At nil druntorei.Jycfai cry appear
r RALPH WILHELM 111111111111111111111111 neat January. You may have year
CLASSIFIEDADS home or business telephone numbir
& PimkkawtiVEGETABLE PLUMBING, HEATING listed herein at nominal' coil ell
AND REPAIRS"No WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE 2961 for further Informition)
Baukat, Henry 261
COMPOUND Job Too Large, No Job ATTORNEYAND
On Sale At Too Small" (Jo a word first M words to each Boldt and Sons 353
v THE REXALL STORE I Venice 2315 Sarasota 70.542P. additional' word. Minimum charge, COUNSELOR..T.LAWTITLE Bowen, BE... ,-. 34U
Venice Florida O Box 1S32. Sarasota I t5c. Cash with Ad. Special rates I Punta TRANSACTIONSPhone Gorda 261 or 251 Bowlakade ........ ,_. 26d
for more than one Insertion of thesame El Patio Hotel 357
ad. Ads will be I -
accepted ever
._ .__. 29(1 1
I' the telephone (2>t1) up to S p. m. Gondolier
rhursday with understanding ad. Green's Fuel..... ,.- 237
verl.arr IY) will remit payment prompt. j Dr. H. J. HoeppnerPHYSICIAN McKinney Cljde _i5
1 Post Office ?, ?" 26M
Smltty's Tavern ?_= 210
The Hollywood Apt..Hotel-Mlaml Ave Taylor Hardware .._.._ 288
FOR SALE Hrs 30.12: 2.I Phone 2531 Woodards Luncheonette. 3481
J
PALM 1 INI-,\\T'14 in: Solid nipple i (bawl _
BEAUTY SHOP rendition, Inquire Jack, MheeUr . .
Auto .sertiee.

(I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE
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i 208 St. Augustine Ave. VENICE FLORIDA

"" 2 Bay Locations ,

VENICE I ,J Homeiltei On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties -
Jj !30; Toad Frontage TO'; Bay
rrontnge Three I'edrooml. tI Acreage Farms Rentals
: 'rfF I lathe, Quest house 2 rooms ,

CLOSEDTEMPORARILY Furnished 1 bath at 50 citrus trees :' RICHARD He GEDNEY


$37,500 : P.st ud REAL ESTATE Q"t

Four bedrooms two baths :
Fmantt room and phoner : Box 261 Phone S311
t Two veils on ,
property Com. Theatre Venice Flfc
_
Building
I let.ly furnished, ready to the M+++4 HMI
In l.o..e..loR un payment of
purchase price of I

$30,000 ( I

/I H. N. Wimmers l Your Appearance


WELDING J VENICE REALTOR, FLORIDAINSTRUCTION Is Your Fortune

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CAN SAVE I MUSIC LESSONS Do Not Neglect


MONEY SPECIAL RATE
ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP
r..r children
hr l'r.-.oh.,1 age or adults
FOR YOU 1\h" are fre. tn take ... Phone 2603
Or-OandlAve.l| ln.tnu .. of MUBI/SOI Post Office Arcade Venlc'I
\inlc" or 8.j; Laurel, I
Sarasota

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Come To Church


October 6 Is World Communion Sunday


Share The Fellowship with Christian people all over the world who will participate In tM
Special' Service.



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Members I Hold

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W. Hav r 1 t
Portable
and
Stationary Electric and Friends' 1 Kxt. Quarterly
Welding Outfits. If you have work that can't be K I .

we will do It .t your pllce. Invited ,. *a confer'

once

STANCIL AND PO TTS GARAGE

225 W. Miami, Av... VENICE,
PHONE 2541
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,day. October 4, 1946VENICE
- VENICE GONDOLIER K

Page Three ,


-. "J do not agree with GONDOLIER a word you but [r Gas on Stomach J
say, I win LIFE IN 't
'!k.It. defend with my life your right to say it.-VOLTAIRE THE ROAR tyKANE I doubt Relieved I In S minutes back or

.....your.... money
Whin
published every Friday. Editorial .nd .ncf i .rid11- pimtul'. Hitrorit-.
business We.i l Inl .
office $14 I" Mir lUunuHl end knnb in MmMrlnn usually
,nits Avenue, Venice. Florid. P. O. Box &32. Telephone an.rrlho, the fisted-erttn11 mnnd".a kn..n r"r
.
Venice 296l "m "mlt' .11.-11I" ..,.
like thw In B-ll
er. iOn
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No ... ... 11 11'10' brine. rwa11.rt
Entered ai tecond-eliM matter June 8, 194., ,t pehi"e.doobl "MI, mane, b..M 00 return of Intle a
It.be Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 8, 1878. the post office / S I 1Ell 1 16Ca to a,, Ilia ei ell a.........

,. Subscription rite: One year, $2.50; six month., $150thr ,TTtu crict' Sale at
111 oaths, II. Classified advertising rite: 2 cent, per word, first: 20 Cis a mipirase? ei.t THE REXALL STORE B
11 .nH. 1 cent per word for each additional. word. / Venice, Florida I

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor

111r. LIEN WILLIAMS -.--.--..-..-............-..-..........-...... Office and Publisher Manager "i


'1. IRST BAPTIST CHURCH REASONS WHY
,. ELECTS w Increasing millions
Snao Back f 1ith"f'
::0, )FFICERS FOR COMING YEAR b ,


'. of the First Af OWia
Officers Baptist Church of Venice for the comingear ,

were elected at a meeting held following last Sunday's evening S
Jcmce. 41D

The new deacons, it was announced by the Rev. D. Cnmnh..... ...
--
rawford, pastor, will be ordained. -

j luring the morning worship serv- supper, which all church Designed to speedily relieve

e on Sunday, October 13. bers are urged to attend mem- O discomfort simple headache of neuralgia.and painful

I The Sunday School teachers and Officers
[jeers will be nominated by the the who will serve during n. Measured doses In powder
year aieDeacons : U' form for quick assimilation.
-,perintc lent and pastor at the
hurch business meeting next : Douglass! Arnall, Fred n Proof of merIt. Same type torU -
unday ight and elected by the Boldt sr, F. M Haip, George mula over one-third century.

lurch at that time. Hauscr, W P Hayes, Dr. T S. Standard U S. P. Ingredients
Thompson, Marvin Ziegler l1 D Laboratory tested controlled.

Meeting Wedneld.yThe Trustees: Fred Doldt, sr, George ,., 11. -AND THIS I IS THE LITTLE KtoMfcN'. je
| church'i annual business I Hauser (Added to Drajton Ito]. U100 n.i In and price 250 range sizes of everyone.

noting, preceded by a coveredsh land, W P. Hayes, and F M Haio I
|, luncheon, will be held at 7 whose terms expire in either 1947, -- elution Use only as directed,

i m, next Wednesday, October 9. or 1948. Kenneth Armbus : Buy --Tay -
Artist's
klrs. J D. Stephens and Mrs. Ray I Church Clerk: Mrs Marvin Wife Here I i ai

tollint will have charge of the Zeigler Found in Ft. Myers ; For Indefinite Stay I _
-
Church Treasurer: Fred Nelson Contacts FatherWhen I =
Mis William W. Coffee of Philadelphia On Sale At
Finance Committee Thomas THE REXALL STORE
Hubbard, George: Hauser, Douglas S. C McCall of Venice pn, wife of the natio'i- Venice Florida

Arnall, Fred Nelson, and the read In last week's Gondolier thai ally-known artist, returned to

chairman of' the Board of Deacons, P G Armbus of Springfield, Mo., Venice last week with )!t.. and

to bo elected by the deacons. was trying to get in touch with Mis, Vernon G. Geattic for
an indefinite
his son, Kenneth, who formerly
Serial Committee: Mrs Ray sta '. She it Mis ,
lived here, he said: ) Dt; It Ie'>
C'JllinIrs.. Roland Curry, Mrs. I sister ,i Bites
J, D. niuRs, Mrs. J. D Stephens, Why I saw young Armbus rr. ;
I Are '
and Mis WalletVhcclci'. down in Ft M>'cis Just a coupleof Heattie visited Europe in.< .1 you

Building and Grounds Commit- months ago. I'm going down mer, his wife staying with I. .. ,

z 1 let Mrs W. P. Hayes, Ray Col- there over this" week end-111 try lives up noithhile he C.llI" a c"WWfAK? !
to find him,
lins Fred Doldt, rUhcis first-hand look at life in tulai frcm Iou oftiloo

: Fred Boldt, ji., Douglas And McCall succeeded, finding] and Englund.
Arnall, Aldine Chenault, Thomas the former Venice man only a few PIMA!
I Incidentally, Mis Coffee I, ]1"" ilove .
Hubbard, Hairy Sjoblom, Paul minutes after he arrived in Ft. I'
with Venice ,
declaring V
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THE Ziegler. Myers, and advising him of his I Iler*'s CM Of The Best '"
WAYSof ice is the cleanest
most atti act
D T. U. Director: JIis Jean fathers request Armbus immediately e Home Ways To Baud Up Pad Blood y
town we saw on our 1,200milemotor
Zeigler. telegraphed his fathei You prig who suler! In:-i simple ,
a trip down from the Noitl
anemia or "ho
lose
bo' ir
Music Director: IeD. C. 1 durmx It ,i
monthly perl I that y."1.,", ,It'.feel ,
PHARMACISTWithout Crawl'old. tired weak, "dr I .od out -,uu may
I be due to low blood lrua-
PianistII's.: Douglas Arnall.
So start tortny-try L\d!' r pink-
Sunday School Superintendent: Aircraftand Jam'I lABLLTS-oi.: : 01 u. ;n test
brass bands and Di'. I blood-Iron tunics you Can btu help
T. S. Thompson.
without
gold medals the build red
up blood to 1 i I' more
pharmacist playa his part aK EnginesSERVICED Itrenrlb aad encrjy-m tutu cases,
In the American way of Pi'ikh.m'i Tablets help bUild up the \
life With the confidence Use Gondolier Classified Ads AND CONVERTED roe cutter of the blood (\l'ry Impor-
born of tant by relnforclai the hutuiOLiubln
thorough training W red blood cclla,.
In the iclence of com Aircraft and Engine Just try Plnkham'i Tablets for 30
pounding medicines, his BENEFIT SUPPER part It that of "Health CLUBLADIES Service Co. murx,Sly beucBt AU dru siori.,
Defender." Every Friday 7.B p. m,
AT CHURCH OF GOD ARE WELCOME Raymond ALBEE Bill Lydia E. Pinkham's YA&ETS
Near E. Venice AVI. & Florida It. Open 12 Noon to 12 Midnight
Sponsored by L.W.W B. for Benefit Sundayit 1 p, m, to t p.m, Godard AIRPORT Hanton On Sale at
Of Church BUilding Fund 111 J. North F. KEYS Nassau St.BEN DUNN Venice Box 157, Venice Phone 2551 THE REXALL STORE

Have faith In your phar- J Venice, Florida

"lit. Believe that he,
along with your doctor I la
your beat defense Reservations Now A' aT
llness| against ro= LEARN TO FLY
Being Accepted
IN 8 EASY LESSONS
l jar k '(!TermerApartments rr
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Ask Ui About the GI Plan
( f
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& SItvuJ ATTRACTIVE, NEWLY FURNISHED AND DECORATED

Each Unit contains Living Kitchenette Room, and Bedroom Bath (Twin Beds), Dinette, J & J AIRCRAFT, INC.

IS. 0- Arcade Phone 3181 Rak4 and {wJkt. dens sows equ&t to. oum&i AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS
P. 0. Box 291
VENICE
........ LOUIS APPOLSON, Box 164, Venice, Florida VENICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6308

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II 1\\J Nursery School City Occupational BURGLARYJohn

Be Started Licenses Now Due i D. Woodard,
$ May owner If
Woodard's

il.'i}tojtCMUTKHf I :; For Children HerePlans Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede, city Venice avenue Luncheonette, reported, 318 to Wilt po.

I { clerk, who returned this week lice that his establishment
to start a nursery schoolin hI4
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I JO Evening ServiceUednenday been entered
OSPREY 1'1.' ". Henry BAPTIST Johnson.CHURCH Pastor p.m. 7.SO p. m". Midweek Venice,offering supervised play from a vacation trip up north, Saturday night.by a burglar j!!
16 L m Sunday School: 11 a. m. I prayer and song service He said 50
children and
and recreation for aged called attention of all firms *
B. T. U! 7 In change
Morning service: I p. m. taken from 7
p. m. Evening service, Wednesday, T FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 3 to 10 from 9 a, m. to 3:30: p. m individuals doing business in Ven. register, the eai
p. m., prayer meeting Nassau it Miami Avenue Mondays through Fridays, were apparently wa ,n !tt hit
Venice ice to the fact that city occupa- was taken by the intruder.
I VENICE.NOKOMIS METHODIST D. Campbell Crawford Pastor disclosed this week by Miss Patricia -
CHURCH. ID a.m, Bible Clan Orr. tional licenses were due and pay-
Bay Po'nt Nokomis cervlc
II am Morning
II Maurleoe J-elton. Minster 030 p.m. BYHC Miss Orr, who can.be reachedby able October 1. Tamlaml Trail
III Sunday Silinol ,
a.m
i 11 a m. M.rnlnnonhlp. 7%30 pm dn>Evening'. 7:30 pro.enlctnlne Mld..kI'ra.r telephoning Venice 3413, has She urged that licenses be renewed 1 Mile North of VeniceNOKOMIS
; pmvung Fellowship Group I 'I'\'ke acted as a goernerr in New York
F. or taken out as soon as
and had varied experience in caring -
FOR QUICK, RELIABLE CHURCH OF COD LODGE
Venice Avenue for children during her schoolears possible, in order to avoid pay-

SERVICE, CALL r.eO. D.Venice Jernlfin. Pastorpi \ I ment of penalties. Nokoml., fit. Venice 2172
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VENICEPLUMBING urn Sunday School "If enough parents or mothersare
rfi 'hlrrI .
Irrn
Ham. I
SHOP "I]
: I 1' rr lYeuhlngTl interested, she explained,
r re.iay. '0 p..... T,'ung
Box 14, Venice Phone 2153 plan to start the nursery school
1.
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'. ,, ,, PO"P1".1 EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS
> r n1 i t ; right away. In addition to supervised -

play, the school will offer

Rl'U'I'C" .e You I infraction in music, finger"paint- "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"
.::g. drawing, coloring, etc.
Bc. y -tccrpcdV

Two Face Trial J. J. (Joe) G. L. (Kin)


loll Here TomorrowCharged JOSSART KINCAIDMohler


with contributing to Bldg. P. 0. Box 134

-32 Armada Reid South r the delinquency of minors by giving 323 W. Venice Ave. VENICEI
VENICE. FLORIDA whiskey to three 14-ear-old

REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHED Venice boys, Joe Turbeville and

y Each unt; centaurs living room, bedroom (twin beds), Dinette, James Boone tomorrow at 1 p. m.
kitchenette and bath will appear before Mayor Clyde
J \\ If DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice Florida hall IN
the YOUR
Higcl in city court at city w

The two men were arrested last HOME

Sunday morning by Chief of Police -

Gerry Pestotnik, subsequentlybeing AS A SERVICE.,.
VENICENOKOMISBANK cleaned on $25 cash bailCause

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1i s I L. /I M8y WITHOUT S ufJK<3,A SOFTEN
VENICE, FLORIDA -a era elllnf/ ll

For quick relief from itching caused, by eczema,
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" athletes foot.tcabiea,pimples and other itching
court,lion*. me pure cooling.medicated liquid
D.D.D. PRESCRIPTION A doctor formulaGreawleis .
1r Member ef Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and stainless Soothes comfort and
quickly calms" intense itching 35c trial bottle
4 proves it.or money back Don't suffer Ask yourdru"ut
today foe D. D. D. PRUCRIPTION.
Maximum Insurance
{ Q3UUU For Each Depositor $5000 On Sale At Call ROBERT N. LARSEN, Venice 2625

THE REXALL STORE SARASOTA SOFT WATER SERVICE, INC.

Venice, Florida 147 Rmgllna Blvd. Sarasota

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Baynard VENICE FLORIDA Frank D. Roebuck

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PHONES: OFFICE a581 HOME ,,,,
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GONDOZJEB: Page Five
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Wolfs Move Into '

>n e VENICE BOWLAKADEMEN'S

II Edgewood HomeMr. SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
Printing LEAGUE

1 and Mrs. Carl Wolf this VENICE GONDOLIER,,

------------------- week moved into a home on P. O. Box 632,

V Team... Won Lost Groveland avenue in the Edge- Venice, Florida
1 Venice Laundry;' -"'-- It : wood district.

to La Tonda ...,. ,,? ...,. Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
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Venice Food Wolf recently reacquired the
h Baptists ?.. .. ,,,
Smltt'a ?. ,.... .. .. ..... service station at the northwest year ($2.50) --, six months ($150)) --,
I Adrian ??. .. .",".. 'I II corner of the Tamiaml Trail and
K. Club ._. __. ., .. or three months ($1) .._
Mpthodista ?. .. ...?.._?_..:...,. Venice avenue, which he owned (Check which)
Bankers before the
war. Mrs. Wolf, for-
(All subscriptions must be paid In advance)
i Results this week; Smitty's defeated merly head operation nurse at the
K. Club 2.1; Venice Laundry defeated I Florida Medical Center here and Name
To.n1"n e ereel. defeated B P- I
tlsta ;: n Uefeati-d XpnlieAdrl more 'recently superintendent of
Food 11'; Methodists defeated Address
a n's 2.1. nurses at the Hillsborough County -
do til kinds ef print- AVERAGES
Tuberculosis
sanitarium
Wi don't specialize (Compiled by Frank RaeburnOakl..y. was
llig: Lee oe Sttrttlry) tendered a farewell dinner by her t
j form, but 'WI do V Ldry, '
I In my "
fellow workers In Tampa last Saturday
work.The Jonart, V. Ldry 172 -
In fine' "
lpeclilte! Arnall. Baptists .. 170 ,
finished' Job li per Warren, K. Club 116 Plwaed"For
J Curwmid, $Kmltty .
;
let in detail and layout.We Ku>'kendall, V. Ixlry 161
try to have our cur II. curw: !, Kmluy 11111 Potter Palmer III
June, Y. food 160

toners really aatlafled. Nave Harbour! Hlgel, La Tonda" '" .159 nH Dies at Osprey Your Health's Sake and Your Taste's

Welts, HankersICKKT .. ,151
Adrian ... 1'.nton. Succumbing to a heart attack,
VeniceSPECIAL .'. Ulgd : 1:75 Delight, Eat More Sea Food"LEMON
0 liurkelt La Tunila ,t49 Potter Palmer III, 37-year-old .

\\UK'o.:!: Adrian K, ( tub J1: member of the famous and wealthy

Raeburn Smlttj ,.. .148 Chicago mercantile family, died at BAY FISHERIESDIAL
Dietrich I... T.mtla 146
I Williams. V, Food ,: H. his Osprey estate, "The Oaks,"
: Kix.Klpr, \', Idrvrede 141 3391 ENGLEWOOD
yesterday morning. His wife Ruth
T \\ Metholist's 141 ,
U Duke, Methodist 14:1: was with him when he died. + -
Brohard, Smltty 14'
Ad.irjan. I." 'l'II nda 142 Other survivors include his
Adrian. Adrian ..,: Hi
n mother Mrs. Pauline
Palmer
of
I hlldcru, 1l11e<-I'. 1401 P, O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS, FLA. PHONE 353'3
FORFALL Dunn, HlKH I .. ... .. 'lao Sarasota and Chicago; a brother,
Thnma, \, Food;; :: 139
J Burkett La Tondo non Gordon Palmer of Chicago; two
K. Keys. C hood 139:
sisters, Mrs Oakleigh T.
Thorne of
Far, Adrian ......, "'
t'raeford: HaitlKU : m New York and Mrs. Arthur W BOLDT AND SONS
Simpson, Banker .13,
Burls HlKd '... ,n 135 Woods of Chicago, and an uncle,

Nelson, UaptlBln. m Honore Palmer, who has an estate Plumbing Waterproofing
P 7ptler| nnptl t>
Birdsong, Methodists 131 "Immokalee," on the Trail Painting, Exterior and Interior
Manrhcllnnk.ru: m south of Sarasota.
Blulock 1 Methodists ,
Work Steel Fabrication
Carpenter -
It. Ziegler, Methodism 1301
: R. Ke: >'., K. Club 129
C {'urwotllI'mltl(>"'i 121 100 Acres Planted
Inimorn. Hanker 123Leweilyn
V, Food 122klorseth. FREE ESTIMATES
< : V. Irtry, To' CucumbersWith
Adam Hanker ,1211

top picking scheduled to start
DROPS PLANS
/ about November 1 cucumber
,
.../ Because of lack of Interest,
acreage in the area between, Ven-
I Richard H. Gedney, Venice real
It'11 new kind of pushedup estate broker, yesterday said he Is ice and the Myakka river on the SPECIAL VALUESThis
wave that flatten east this year totals more than 100
not going ahead, at least for the
almost all women. In addition to about 60 acres
time being, with a plan to obtain
Try ItRayette
put Into cucumbers by the Man-

Cold Wave federal government approval for hattan Farms, three Arcadia road Week-End Only
here
construction of 20 new homes
farmers have experimentally
10 or 12 veterans -
Only
CHARMIEAUTY for veterans.
planted "cukes" as follows: H. O.
indicated they would be Interested -
Hanchey, sr, 20 acres; Harley Fifth
SALON
such an FHA-
in buying Hanchey, 6 acres, and Ralph G.
:3 W. Miami Ave. Venice financed home, he said, a number Simpson, 10 acres. GLADSTONE GIN $2.95

Phone 2811 insufficient to warrant submittinga
(A 100% Grim American Gin) $33.00 Cat
formal application. It takes about 19 seconds for a

bomb to reach the earth when it Fifth

is dropped from a mile-high air-
Imperial WHISKEY $3.49
A Privilege to Live In FloridaA plane.


Distinction to Live In Venice Fifth
Itching Skin?

H. N. W1MMERS Private Stock WHISKEY $2.75
Slop Scratching! Here Is

Realtor Quick Ease and ComfortNow

that stainless powerful!, pen- o
clratmj Moone'* Emerald Oil ia
available at drug stores thnu anla
VENICE FLORIDA hate found helpful relief from the
distressing, Itching and torture ol
Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf I rashes i eczema caused poison km truul-Ku ivy and otherexternally PACKAGE DEPARTMENTAT

Not only does the Intense It.'hlnc,
horning or stinging quickie ilf-.de
but healing in more quick I P:11-:
muted Smitty's Tavern
Cot an original bottle of Fmcral
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Oil-Greaneli.. -Stalnl".s. Money II'
funded. If not .ati n"IJ."
On Sale At 125 South Tamlaml Trail VENICE


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VeniceThe Announcing Change of Name



And Ownership .

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City

The B. and B. Bar

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(Formerly Club La Tonda)



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tree trimmings, shall be deposited in streets, onParkways

/ Soft Drinks
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Old and New Friends WelcomeBud



CITY OF VENICE

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page six .
"beach-casino" con- changes. The council plain to takeit time to collect the higher ratet granted a raise from i iper 1160"
the
whether
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Ii CITY'COUNCILI session, this year from thOM who have month, with
tract it being lived up to. up at its next regular the PIOvllo
I (Continued from rue 1) After considerable discussion, although Rose advised the city already obtained their occupational the extra $15 come i from

school board to either definitely the council Instructed Mrs Siedeto fathers that they could not raise \,licenses. street department, for whirl
accept or reject the land as a advise Baynard that the city any of the existing license fees in Pyre Chief Dewey Stephens was, does repair work
1 school site, before making any decision fathers feel he has been "negli-
as to what to do with the gent" about seeing that the beachis f
I clean and that certain im-
"park. kept
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't. On two different occasions the provements are made, under the
I !1 council criticized Baynard, with contract he entered Into with the VeniceFood

14'l I !", t President Botts first insisting that city about a year ago. HIM 1I111/1CIu1< ..' ."'a Bajnard had promised the city atypewriter Mrs. Slede also was Instructedto
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t ', and an adding machine advise Baynard that unless the ]
I : as part of the water works equipment city received a typewriter and
and later questioning adding machine, "or its cash
equivalent," by the time the coun-
ENGLEWOOD cil holds its next regular session, Shop
ELECTRIC COMPANY. the city attorney will be told to
Bay Street and Ind' n Ave."Good
I ENGLEWOOD file suit.
I Will und Better Business Baynard was out of town this H. S. BOWDEN
y. Follow Fair DulIng"l ( Owner
FRED J. KRUIA. Prop week, so could not be reached for
Member No.V'I Post No. 15. council's 217 W. Venice AvtVENICE
his answer to the
-.c charges)

\ : Mayor Higel and the council also -

HOLLYWOODApartment discussed at some length the Beechnut Strained Royal

I Hotel city's occupational license set-up Food 3 for 24c Pudding, 3 pkgs. 2 24c
'':,., and tentatively decided to add 15 Baby ,
f I' i.+- 2 to 6.Room Apartments new classifications and license fees 12-ox. CanNiblets
to the present list. The proposednew Yellow
Rooms for Transients licenses range from "Ice peddling Onions 2 lbs 13c Corn 1StLipton'
$13," to "Air School oper-
S Personal Supervision ators, $15 for one plane and $5 for Fancy Georgia I Lit
; MRS. RAY PARKER each additional plane." *
Sweet Potatoes
City Attorney Rose was Instructed Tea 1-4-lb.Pkg. 27c 49c
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to draw up a new licensing -
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ordinance embodying these
Carnation, Golden Key
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'I \ Milk 2 Tall Cans 25c Coffee lb. 44c

::.;.,. ,. We Carry A Complete Line Of No. 2 Can Duff Pkl

Whiskey Wine and Beer at Sarasota Apple Sauce 21c Gingerbread Mix 23c

Prices
Morton'sPotatoes
U. S. No. 1

V NOTICE 10 Ibs. 36c Salt 2 Pkgs. ISc
I I am no longer connected with my former liquor store I
on the Trail In Nokomis Heights
I t Jim Ponder No. 2 Can___12c Kellogg' 2 6-OZ. Pkgfc 13c

Tomato Juice t6-oz. Can __26c Corn Flakes 2 1 1oz.. Pkgs.23cDel

JIM PONDER'S

'\. Mont Stokely' OrangeMarmalade
,, PACKAGE LIQUORS Coffee lb. 42c 1-lb. Jar 20c
IJ 207 West Venice Ave VENICE

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; Venice Bay Trailer Park MONDAY. OCTOBER 7 Nestlewood Gift Shop

Venice Bay Trailer Park vs. Palm Grill

Marjorie Adorjan Wolfs Sinclair Service v*. Nettlewood Gift Shop Penny Hull

Bernie Potaby
Alice Lumley
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Ruth Kuykendall
Earl's Pure Oil Station vs. Venice Bowlakadt Georgette Duke

Bernice Shanley Grant
Anita
MONDAY, OCTOBER 14

+I w Mae Wrede (Capt.) Earl'e Pure Oil Station vs. Wolfs Sinclair Service Evelyn Baker

Palm Grill vt. Venice Bowlakade

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Earl's Pure Oil WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1Nettlewood <
Station Service
;l Gift Shop vi. Venice Bay Trailer Park Wolfs Sinclair

l Virgina Brohard MONDAY, OCTOBER 21
Anita Koogler
Edna Dye Palm Grill vs. Neitlewood Gift Shop

Lee orchiana Venice Bay Trailer Park vs. Earl's Pure Oil Station Helen Curwood

Pat Ainger
,l Pauline Bioraeth WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2$
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Venice Bowlakade vs. Wolfe Sinclair Service Bernadine Dawel
Clarabelle Earl (Capt.) "
MONDAY, OCTOBER 28 Lou Nelson (Capt.)

Palm Grill v*. Wolf Sinclair Service

Venice Bowlakade Venice Bay Trailer Park v*. Venice Bowlakade

Palm Grill
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30Nettlewood
Thelma Smith
s Gift Shop v*. Earl't Pure Oil Station
Tillie Warren MabtflSurlsAnn9urn
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4

Fanny lindahl Palm Grill vt. Earl' Pure Oil Station

Blanche Oaldey Venice Bowlakad v*. Nettlewood Gift Shop! Jennie Adrian
W'aIJi II
Helen
Evelyn Pratt (Capt.), WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER S

Wolf Sinclair Service v*. Venice Bay Trailer Park Mary Lou Raeborn (Capt)





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