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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 11, 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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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE
0 GONDOLIER
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"Where Classified Ads

Tamiami Trail euee Wilt Bring

Meets the Open Quick Result

Gulf Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA
GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS Phone 2961
LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD

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OL. i, NO. 82 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS



W BUSINESS HURRICANE HIDESA 'BOWDEN NOT



50CIATION TO hurricane reported roaring UP out of the Caribbean last Monday threw Venice, in TO RUN FORREELECTION

common with the rest of Florida's Gulf coast, Into a hectic 24 hours of "battening down"
MEET TONIGHT that, fortunately, proved to be needless.

"soniinte Monday Venetians prepared to withstand the hurricane's attack, scheduled to hit
between Fort Myers and Tampa" about midnight.

With members of five spe- But something happened to the twister-just what, not even the weather men could say-
I cial committees to be appointed and it virtually disappeared before it reached the mainland of Florida. With the December 3 city

during the session by G. L. High winds came to Venice Monday evening, but that was all, and the only known election less than two months

Kincaid chairman of the I, damage occurred at the Otis Bronson home, where a rubber tree in the yard was split asundei away, Councilman H. S. Bow-

board of governors, membersof However, school was dismissed at noon Monday, with classes not being resumed until den yesterday announced that
he will be candidate for
not
a
the newly-organized Venice Wednesday morning, and numerous families were evacuated from Venice Inlet and other
re-election Bowden's council
Business Association will hold nearthewaterlocations during the day Monday, as predictions of abnormally high tides come
another meeting at 9 o'clocktonight : over the radio along with reports of the hurricane's approach. (WSPB of Sarasota did fine seat is the only one at stakein
work, incidentally.) the coming election.
in the lobby of the El
At least one Venetian, Thomas
Patio Hotel. Local pre-hurricane work was directed by Bruce Rigbj, chairman of the Red Cross disaster
J. McNeil, already had thrown his
Decision to set up committees committee for Venice, Nokomis and Laurel. Both white and colored families were evacuated .
hat into the ring, even before Bowden
for membership, by-laws, municipal from possible danger spots, with some being quartered over Monday night in KMI buildings made his announcement
government, county government at the Venice Seaboard railroad station, and the Nokomis and Englewood schools.
Under McNeil, who holds the city 4.n b-
and civic planning was direction of Di T. S. Thompson, first aid headquarters were established in the First
age collection contract, early this
reached by the five members of Baptist church.
week had obtained n i nominating
[the board of governors at a meeting Merchants boarded up their show windows and hardware and grocery stores reported 11 petition from Mrs. lichen Hoc,,-
last night. rush of business Venetians laid in candles, lanterns, groceries and other supplies.
Slide, city clerk, and expects by a
Other Governors Chief of Police Gerry Pcstotmk and his assistant, Night Officer Herbert Hjiithey were this week-end to have secured the

In addition to Kincaid, the gov- among the busiest Monday night. Chief Pestotnik expressed appreciation for the many oifus 15 signntuiOkcf qualified electors

ernors of the VBA are: Smyth of aid he received and said particular thanks were due to Edward Keys, Lee Baibour and Al necessary to give him u place on

Brohard, secretary; Finn Caspersen Chcnault, who worked as volunteers with the police all Monday night. the ballot

Carl Wolf, and Marion Bras- "What happened to the hurricane" was the question on evciyone's lips Tuesday morning, Mis Sicde said nominating pe-
but nobody really cared. It was enough to know that HAD it and
sell They were chosen by secret something happened to titions must be filed between Oc-
Venice as well as the rest of the state had unscathed.
ballot at last Friday night's meeting escaped virtually tober 24 and November 23.

of the association, winning out Bowden, local grocer and president -
over Walter Wheeler (who was of the Venice-Nokomis

bed with Wolf for the fifth placeon Chamber of Commerce, said he

the board, but withdrew in his Venice Food Shop Joins I BANK CLOSED had decided against seeking reelection -
opponent's favor), Mrs. Nellie to the council because of

Cosby J. T Blalock, J. M Dick, SATURDAYIn the pressure of personal business

and Floyd Joyner. Big IGA OrganizationTo observance of Colum- affairs."I .
Kincaid received the highestvote bus Just don't have the time to
Day, October 12, the
and was named chairman of take advantage of the tremendous IGA buying power and Venice-Nokomis bank will devote to the job that should be

the board by acclamation to pass resultant savings along to his customers, H. S. Bowden, owner be closed tomorrow. How- given it," he said.

The name, "Venice Business of the Venice Food Shop, this week announced his affiliation with ever, all stores of the com- Bowden was appointed to the S

Association," was one of several i the nationally-known Independent Grocers' Association munity will remain open. council after the death of Councilman
suggested for the new organization, I Bowden said he has been work- T M Daniels and ,

and was chosen in a final ballotby Shuffleboard Club I ing on such a tie-up for a long was elected in December, 1943, fora

i 15 to 7 vote over "Venice time, not only because his IGA Venice Youth Center three-year term.Four.Year.
Civic Association." To Hold Meeting connection will enable him to offer Terms }

Report AcceptedThe his customers low prices everyday Being OrganizedBy Regular terms of Venice city

report submitted by the Next Monday Night I but because it will make it Police ChiefPlans councilmen are for four years,

special committee headed by Carl October meeting of the Venice possible for him to obtain many with Dr T. S. Thompson's term

Obendorf was accepted with only Shuffleboard club will be held at scarce items he could not other- were well under way this expiring in 1947 George Higel's in

minor changes. One feature of its 8 o'clock next Monday night at wise procure for his store. week to establish a Venice Youth 1948 and George Botts' in 1949.

recommendations was that the the shuffleboard courts in the city "We will continue, of course, to Center, a the suggested two Mayor Clyde V. Higel's' two-year

new association be a "no dues" recreation center, it was announced handle the nationally known weeks ago in columns of The term will expire next year.
organization. Other rules adopted yesterday by Mrs Alice brands we've featured in the past," Gondolier by Earl and Harry La- While McNeil is the only Ve-

provide that no meeting shall last Lumley, president. In event of Bowden said, "but we'll also be nius, two local boys who are cou- netian thus far to definitely announce -

longer than two and one-half rain, the meeting will be trans- able to offer many of IGA's own sins.; his candidacy for the coun-

hours, and that members be fined ferred to the Tower Garage. quality products at everyday lower Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnikhas cil seat becoming vacant this year,

50 cents rQr non-attendance at a and other ptices" taken the lead in the move- numerous other names have been
Plans for tournaments
meeting. the Under the IGA plan, Independent ment and yesterday said an orchestra mentioned as prospective candi-
Caspersen is shuffleboard activities' during continue to have com- dates, including those of Frank
the only member discussed grocers has been obtained to fur-
of the board of governors who was :(i coming season will be interested plete ownership and direction of nish music for the center and that Raeburn, Finn Caspersen, and

not on the list nominated by the I I Mrs. Lumley said. All persons well their stores, but are joined with arrangements are being made to former Mayor M Cousins.
in shuffleboard, as as books of the
committee. He was nominatedfrom 5,000 of their fellow independent obtain suitable quarters. While registration
members of the club, are invitedto November state
for the
the floor by Richard H. Ged- merchants in an organizationthat Declaring that youth Centers county,
attend the meeting. will close at the court
ney, a fellow real estate dealer, gives them the advantage of had demonstrated their worth in election,

who urged his election because of much greater buying power. many, many communities, Chief house in Sarasota tomorrow, Mrs.
his intimate knowledge of civic Local Man Found Slogan of the IGA stores is "Low Pestotnik pledged his support to Siede said citizens of Venice can

and local affairs. Prices Every Day." the movement and requested that register at the city hall to vote in
Guilty of Giving the December 3 city election until
interested adults
Kincaid HighIn any other con-
VENICE MAN ENLISTS noon at Saturday, November 23.
the balloting Kincaid re- Whiskey to BoysAfter tact him as soon as possible.
this ballot In city elec-
Among enlistees reported To cast a a
(Continued
on Last Pate)
hearing four witnesses week by the Tampa Army recruit- tion, the voter must have lived in
Palm Grill To
testify they had seen James Boone, ing office was Willis C. StephensC. Florida for one year, in Sarasota

22-year-old local man, give whis- Reopen SundayLong county for six months, and inside

WeatheR I key to three 14-year-old Venice of C. Meeting the city for three months
_ boys, Mayor Clyde V. Higel last famed for its fine food and
found Boone Postponed To Next excellent service, the Palm Grill,
TEMPERATURES court
RAINFALL Saturday in city ,>
DATE located at the northwest corner of I COMING EVENTSFriday I
. HIGH LOW INCHES guilty of contributing to the delinquency -
" vlounlv recorded _.A.___.0.00 of minors. Boone had Thursday Night the Tamiami Trail and Venice
I'M Bat' Oct. 4 _.._.M 13_._.0.00IT avenue, will be reopened next
Bun'' Oct S __.4 __. .000 pleaded not guilty. Because workmen are itlll Sunday by its owners, Mr. and Oct. 11, t p. m.
o.t. a ....._.11 M. .104 .Mayor Higel imposed a $15 fine engaged In remodeling the Venice Business Association
itun., Mrs. Otis S. Bronson.
Oct. 7 __.n 19.0.25 to remain off of Commerce buildingat
ordered Boone Chamber
Tuea, and meets at El Patio Hotel.
8 .__8S Through special arrangementswith
12..0.00Tbu
,, get. 9 -w...,,....,-.es 72._, ....000 the streets of the city after 9pm. the northeast corner of the the Lemon Bay Fisheries, the Monday, Oct. 14, 8:30: p. m.
TOW.' Oct 10 -$4 Tl. .000 for the next 110 days, unless he is Tamlaml Trail and Venice ave Palm Grill will feature choice and No-Vel'' Post No. 159, American

for th"t; dat. -.=:119: in the company of a member of nue, the Venlce-Nokomli C. of varied seafood, as well as special- Legion, meets In Community hall.

Tide Tables his immediate family. C. directors' meeting scheduled izing in fried chicken and steaks, 8 p. m. Venice Shuffleboard club

VENICE Upon motion of Chief of Police for last night has been postponed when available: Service will be meets at city recreation center.

(Runts Raaa Correction INLET ) Gerry Pestotnik, a similar charge to 8 o'clock next Thurs from 7 a. m. to 2 p. m., and from Tuesday, Oct. 15, 8pm.

Date> High LowBat.Oci. against' Joe Turbeville was dismissed day night 5 p. m to 8 p. m. It will be closedall City council meets at city hall.
J 1. Oct H '.-._ 1:Up m T:1P m The announcement was made day Saturdays. Auxiliary of No-Vel Post No.
13 -.- .1):59 :m: T:Ha:m: by Secretary Harry A. Beach, 159, American 'Legion, meets in
I:lip I:<2p m
1t Oct 13 : : : : who laid several matters of Importance hall.Thursday .
1-J4* m. I EOa mI NAVY DAY Community
11011. :!6p m I:Olp m HEADS W.M.U. will be up for discussion and Oct. 17, 8pm.
Former Navy men of Venice
Oct 14 : : : :
_.
1:55a m 9S9a.m Mrs. J. Douglas Arnall has been and all directors are urgedto Chamber of
Venice-Nokomis
Tu... 4:Up.m. S:lip.m. vicinity are discussing plans for a
"'" o.L 15 --,,,. IZa.m. 10.4l&.m. elected president of the Women'sMissionary make It a point to attend the local celebration of Navy Day, Oc- Commerce board of directors meetsin
",..; Oct -.._ |:H&.m. It:(la.m, Union of the Jirst Bap- meeting. C. of C. building.
tober 27.
Oct. 17 ..,. 14 .
hi :Ita m. 1:Up m Venice.
", Oct. 11 ...._ Ma.m.. I:>lp.m. tist church of

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ff Captain Jenkins
NOW READY Venice Bowlakade VENICE
I FOR OCCUPANCY Visitor HereOn BOWLAKAD

Women's LeagueW MEN'S
Valencia ; leave from his post on Guam, LEAGUE):

aI where he has been stationed for

;I .JI the past year, Captain A P. Jen- L PINS TEAM -----

kins, Army Air Forces, this weekIs Bowlakade .........?._ .3 0 1703 Venice Laundry .... wH LostHlgel's
la tarli Pure 011. ,....... 0 I 1617 Ii
432 Armada Road South visiting his mother, Mrs. Uneta Trailer Park ..... .._... 0 0 0 .. 13 I
I' VENICE, FLORIDA Jenkins and sister Irene Bailey, :NeMI.wo.xl' ................-.0 0 41 La Tonda ,
,
11
4 Wolf Sinclair ..... _.. 0 0 0 Venice Food I
li i... For $in months. season of Venice. Palm Orlll .. 00. Smitty' .. IU I
1700 and 1800REDECORATED -
Results this week: Monday night, '
AND NEWLY FURNISHED With him from their home In games between Trailer Park-1'aim Baptl.t I

t'h; e Each pnlt contains living room, bedroom (twin beds), Dinette, Spokane he brought his wife and Orlll toned, ; and to be Wolt'I.-\lpwood played\ :at end of regular pout Adrian K Club J! II I

kitchenette and bath. two sons, Allen, 2%, and Randy, 1. nrhedule Wednesday night Venice U
{ Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice Florida will ulakade defeated Earl )Fur Oil Methodists J
Mrs. Jenkins and the two boys union. 1 to 0 Banker J U
I stay on here for about a month, AVERAGES Results this week: Nmittf"s, If
,
but Captain Jenkins is scheduled (Compiled ly Marjorlo A dor Jon. Banken I to 1: K Club| defeated deteny

to; report back on duty this Warren, tt league wfiiknde Secretary, .., .). ..... .125H.hartl. Tonda. 1 to 1: Hgi| dC.attd 11.110.y
I Your Ear'a.! .. ...........114 diets. :2 to 1: Adrian', ,IetRtd
Appearance end.> Smith I1c.\\'llikade .. .. .....lISHlorllPth. Food 2tol: \".'nlcu Lnundry .f'b. ,
f. week-I 1-nrln! _. .. .. 110IJndnkl ? rt..
Baptists, I to 0.
npjr I, nlnknle .. .. .. ......1418Pratt.
.. Is Your Fortune GUILD MEETS ilnwlukade .. .... .........105 AVERAGES
I \\E'a 4 Torchlena bnrli ., ..... .101 (Compiled by jn ,
.. \, : I Mrs. H. L Munch this week announced Earl, I nrl!'a ."""",
) Maikf Guild ; t; r ....:: ....:. ...:.:....w HWoman' league tint" "il',
that St. Jassart Y. I ,
.
I. "iry
Do Not Neglect I will meet every Tuesday afternoon Warren, K Club ,'n],
N J
Oakley \ i"ir>'.
: [ at 2 o'clock, in the rectory Club Of Kuykendall \'. l..lr. _II
11. Cu'\\,'>d, IImIH II
if St Maiki Episcopal church for Arnall, 11111'11.1. ) -14 l
i ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP BE'wing. Tea will be served at 4 Englewood Meets Jones,' Iligel'1'enice; I I.',,,

I Post Office' Arcade Venice ,n\'ited! to attend. Woman's club of Englewood, with lirar", ,,-h A.IrianMrl La \011c1"'. 11.Ir

.I Dr. Mary W. Green .cresidine.-, the,,__ Itarhurn, L'Jtt'! !! ... 1N

following new chairmen were appointed Fenton'liigel's,.. is I+
J. Curt' xl. Slow", 1
i ." CLASSIFIEDADS : Mrs Maude Darling, conservation 'l\'nll. Alrlii" 1'1'
91:1
\\ \' nk. lro'III1lInl.
1.
W ; Miss; Jessie Hawkins, T.Vreur.. IO'\h.II-| III?
:' IN YOUR HOME legislation; Mrs. Percy Durr, pro- C.\0110'11., 'urw ieol.| Kiliij 'I Ja 111:

Y e AS A SERVICE tonal wo.d. Minimum Han ., 111
.t Ic: Cash with Ad. Special rates ship; Mrs. Frank Could, educa- Kw.K!ur'r. \"M. I..Iry T".IU I 1M
a for more than one 'insertion of the -1M
tion Job ,
; Mrs. Huddleston Iiinlaonglti| "'Ii||
THE Red
will ba
O'7O444t-Dad"WONDER same ad. Aft accepted over Uu 'ke>'. K flub IQ
the telephone <2181)< to I m. Cross Mrs. IsCrawford.
t. up p. ; Fred Bierce, house; sin pm n, lurok rx
Thursday with understanding ad.
,
,
l.\, WHITER WASH WITH LESS SOAP vert'.r' will remit payment prompl.Iy. Mrs Emily Merryman, international J. urkelt,liol.ttht|I.. T4" I 1n
', :'jI 1 .) relations; Miss Florence I A 1..rjan. Iji 1'"d|. _In 1h
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LONGER LIFE FOR LINENS Child. lllKili.HlalMk .
White, fine arts, Mrs. W, P. Sayre, M,'lh".lii.t. -II I.
;t LESS RUBBING ran. Adrani
; FOR SALE library. \elnon' fix 'tints .1 la
The next II. Hike, M.th,nlln m
LESS SCRUBBING meeting of the club :
r. / 1 IX '.\\TS lil D. K.111 null lnod .ley' Hank rn
.nlIll..n Imjulr Jack, \\heeltri will be held on October 18 Dr,::hurI. Snltly's 1 :: :::
\Uln ServicesEL.UIIKNCF.! Thomas, Venice h'. 'i .11
..a '
yOURS Dunn lllg'l lH >
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\., CAN aE : COAL OIL rang. 8:5. In Stupendous! Colossal!' A elpler, Baptlht. .1"
j WATER guut rnndillon. Breakfast labl. ':i. good 1', kll K. KlRel' H .11
_SOfT "1'hnne 285 5. time for all on the night of Oct. 31. C.d... M..th,'ll"|pP > .11
CALL .
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I PHONE ROBERT LARSEN E. He>'.,. V.Venice In1ry.I-'-",.",1 _.IS 111
Adams, flanker .1'
FIREWOODThe 24-Hour Service" R. Keys, K Club .1$
Stephens, Ball into .I.11I'Immel'll.
Phone 2625
Venice \\ BunkirUmlum .1M
VENICE TAXI A IrianLewrlhn '. _I'
Venice Fml .11:
I 4 Sarasota Soft Water Service, Inc. finest quality of SERVICE

.. ) 147 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota firewood fat pine Phone Venice' 2165 or 3461 Save the night of October 31 to

H'III the P-T.A
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' REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
I;: Venice Ave. and Tamlaml Trail Fifth

;I .1' VENICE Choice Bay Location RIONDO RUM $3.25

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,: Mr. and Mrt Otis Bremen Uo Lathn. InfurnlsniMt at
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; H. N. Wimmers Plus 50c Bot Depoilt

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SPECIAL RATE
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for children of pr*.nchool
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t 7 A. M.to2PM. Smitty's Tavern
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October 11, 1946 ,
VENICE GONDOLIER
Page Three)
TRIPLE LINK CLUB KMI -
Dr. Mary W. Green'has been Gridders Win Englewood P.-T. A. covered dish supper, to be followedby

,acted president of the Triple First Two Games Holds Meeting a short program and social Gas on Stomach

club of Englewood at a Getting off to a good stjrt, the Mrs. Ben C. Whitehead hour. Relieved In S minutes or
jig held in her home recently. KMI Kadeti have vice- double your money.. back .
won the first president, presided Who-ens nonce.,id ._JII'ntu.meoe.t.h
er officers named Include: Mri. two games on their 1946 football over the first .e w.tofu etomaeh,.......end. he.nhum. .deetoe..wab
fall meeting of the RALPH WILHELM Snicko the .u. n.dlelne kiu-n torolowtle
Gibbs, vice-president; Otto schedule, it Englewood ..U.-m..lld...like UMM I. JI U.....
was learned .
here this lea Bee-w.
P.-T.A. last week, taking PLUMBING. HEATINGAND tin. Incises comfort In o
iefer, secretary; Mn. E. B. week. over the REPAIRS"No U r atIW dnu.tw bed M niece ul Mule
gavel In the absence ISo
.._ treasurer; J. D. Tate,Clay-' KMI took a hard-fought of Mrs. Allen Job Too Large. No Job
Rice
game who has left for Japan to On Sale at
Too Small"
Wiggins, and J. O. Whidden, from the powerful
all i Anchorage team join her husband. Venice 2J15 Sarasota 70-642 THE REXALL STORE
in Its opening contest, winning 19 P. 0. Box 1B32 Sarasota
Alms and objectives of the P.- Venice, Florida
to 13
and
then
back
came the next
.
T.A. were outlined ..
by Dr.
Mary
Saturday to wallop the Jefferson- -
Green and It was announced that
ville Red
Devils 24 to 0.
From all meetings will be held on the first A Privilege to Live In FloridaA
reports, KMI has a
ill Tuesday evening of each month.
potent backfield
this
year, with
Distinction to Live In Venice
Committee
King Ray, Frazier and Jenks chairmen appointed
i starring both games.Tamlaml were Mrs. Jesse Pettis, program;
[S P. Richardson, carnival; Gar- H. N. WIMMERSRealtor

rett Whiteaker, safety; Dr. Green,
1 Mil Trail publicity; Mrs. S. P. Richardson,
North of VeniceNOKOMIS
CLUBLADIES
K
refreshments. Mrs. Genevieve
ARE' WELCOME I Kenly'was named historian. VENICE 0 FLORIDA
12 Noon to 12 Midnight
open LODGE
1 m. to S ... II .
I aundayal p. tt p ;,.. Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf. I
|tt Odd Fellows
And
J, F. KEYSsaga BEN DUN Nokomis Fla. Venice 2872

Rebekahs Plan PartyTo

INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE celebrate the founding of Reservations Now
the order, the Lemon Bay Rebekah I

VENICE, FLORIDA and Odd Fellow lodges of Engle- ,' Being Accepted

Homeilte On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties J wood are planning to hold a partyon -, ...i padt ucrrucpattmcnts!
October ,
17. >
Acreage Farms Rentals ,
"
Noble Grand Stella Davids will \

RICHARD H. GEDNEY be in charge of arrangements for
ATTRACTIVE, NEWLY FURNISHED AND DECORATED
the affair, which will feature a Each Unit contains Dinette,
Pedsed REAL ESTATE Qeoh1P Living Kitchenette Room and Bedroom Bath(Twin Beds)

261 Riles cad 6..1t e .4. &4 uptun tequett 14 0.184
Box Phone 3311Theatre
Building Venice Fla. Eczema ItchingBurningDistress, LOUIS APPOLSON, Box 164, Venice, Florida

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r LEARN TO FLY Gets Quick Em ind Comfort EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS

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'!,I I "I do VENICE not agree with GONDOLIER a word you saynbut I will I LIFE IN THE ROAR GyKANEdL I Oood Say ELECTRIC Street Will ENGLEWOOD eNGLlVooo and Sells COMPANY.. *", f 1 1ec


defend with my life your right to say it"-VOLTAIRE I follow Fair Dealin I eusi," '

I Published every Frld.y Editorial and business office, 314 West Member FRED JKRUEA No-Val post, N'110 ec

Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida P. O. Box 632. Telephone Venice 2961.

I Entered at aecond-claM matter June 6, 1948, at the poet officeat /

I Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1878

'::1( Subscription/ / rates: One year, $2.50; six months, $160; three OR,BLITZeS
'. months, $1. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first/ 20 d

I f words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. IF1LE1A sClliRr
I CARROLL H, WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher

HELEN WILLIAMS ..... .. ...._. .... ..- _._--___._.. Office ManagerMULLIGAN 'nC GREATEST'
I N lawma
"'TTLAow !

., the paper and we wondered if I J.. ON .ARTN.j froa6 loss
you'd mind if we called it the / /0 of
I e
'Gondolier, Jr.'''' That set us

back on our heels, but we man- / nvw'Not!

i aged to recover in time to assure Hen'. One Of the lost r

her that we had no objection "on. Ways To Build
'I Up Red
Several things had gone wrong Blwi
whatsoever; in fact, we (remem- Tou girl who
that Nothing serious-just on- suffer fralll
day
,
bering that old saw about "Imi- anemia or who lose w muck J"1*
no 'ing. Like sweeping leaves out of flattery /" monthly periods that you a"lM I
\ tation is the sincerest form tired are pak
I. of the front office, and then find- a'q weak "cll'agged out"-IIUI
"
) hastily assured Gladys we be due \0 low blood-Iron- IIIr

ing, five minutes later, that the I appreciated the compliment, but Bo stan todny-try Lwu Plpl
wind had swirled them right back buns TABLETS-ou of the
I we suggested it might possiblylead blood-Iron coulee ycucT. 4rgts1
in. Like looking high and low for build buy is"*
to a little confusion, and perhaps up red blood to give i
+. some notes on a certain story, and they'd better discuss that GiRCUS strength and enerw-m such c.:.'
then suddenly remembering we'd Plakham Tablet help build
angle with their faculty advisor am eoALiTT of theUnti blood I ( up lit
that tale and sentit very Imps
already written )
(Mrs. Sproull) first of dbtlsnt7 .11 the baeIQOC ;
over to the printers in Arcadia
I As of this writing, we don't Just try Plnkham Tabled
bus.
en the Monday afternoon to >
know what the name decision was, SORB/,01.'MAM WEU-HAYE daya-then see If you too, toot no
Things like that there marRably benefit. AU'
but we do know that the day had uw 'ItXJ: OFF THIS, WEeK!," drugstore '
The voice on the telephone was '
turned out to be a pretty wonderful Lydia E.
r: that of a young girl. "I'm Gladys
after all On
one,
"
Dean. the said, and then went

.i on to explain she was a member THE

f''.. As many of you know, the "in- I S' Venice
r VeniceNokomis ommmnVENICE.NOKOMIS
side" pages of The Gondolier are STATI VIINT .hMNAl :

tated and then asked timidly: "We printed fIrst: in fact, are alreadyoff .. J-TL. IIHJ1 I Ml.' \ : :

ne ere trying to think up a name for the press when we arrive at t'i-' 'OXIJII'':*;
the printers early Friday METHODIST OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH 10*. AS AMI \I :
every
(IF' MUC11 :J. ;
CHURCHBay Rv Henry Johnson, Pastor :
.. ... LI morning. Consequently, we haveno Point Nokomis 10 a. m Sunday School: 11 a. m. 19.1. .
) .
laT .
(if Venice (I nl '
.
Felton, Minster 6 B. T U I 7
opportunity to correct or make H Maurler Morning service; p m
ID a,m Sunday School p. m. Evening service; Wednesday, T I Iv at. Venice. H. .
last-minute changes in either ads 11 a,m. Morning orahlp, p. m., prayer nwetlnc 1944.IOTA TFI OF Mr

WOMENIN or stories that happen to be placed 7"JOpmenlng pm. Toting JellonuMp bentc Group. CHURCH' 'F COD COUNTY Or $

on those pages Which fact W..otn..III).. ;:Si. p. m? Nldweekprayer Venice Avenue Before 1111.me. a \"
.
.
.nolre.I
and song Venice for
the State I
sometimes results in errors
creep- I ; ; ;- Rev C. D. Jernigan, Pastor personally am' I .
ing into stories Like for Instance FIRST B"CHURCH 10 a.m. Sunday School. Items. who huM I
Nassau at Miami Avenue according to l la
11 a.II\ Prearhlna- "
THEIR in last week's little item Venice 7 30 p m reaching that he In the 1-: ',
about Patricia Orr, who is start- P Campbell Crawford, Pastor Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Tounr People Venice Gondolier I
\ 1ft am Hill Class Service. Ing in to the bent ,
ing a nursery school here It 11 am Morning aervlci6SOpm Krl lay, T-S p.m., benefit nipper belief: a true m : : .

came out Miss Orr "has acted as a I 7'30 p m: Evening BY1U.ervlc. ST. MAR"K- EPISCOPAL ship the .aforesaid managrn I |.ul
governerr in New York." Most I Wednesday 730 p.m. Midweek CHURCH shown In the a 'S
40s'Were prayer fen tec. Riviera St. and Palermo Place l>y the act if I
people knew it should have been amended by the

Itq( governess" Incidentally, the I Tlr. Leonard W.Venice K. Stryker. Rector and Law: July and f Uegul, 1944 ': :I
fornia earthquake, we're more 0:43: a m. Sunday Sehmd.REASONS .
1 phone company changed her tele- revrrra ot title f : I
Never Meant To I. That the
phone number-too late for us to I than somewhat curious, and a little the publisher, ..
Suffer Like This apprehensive Especially when and liuHlneu ..
make the correction-to 2083. ubllHher t'arr
''* \ e e e ,Just now our radio informs us the Box 131. Venire,
t Hlr.'s a tip for hurricane is in from the Editor ('arr"II :
sweeping
Women troubled by Herb Hanchey, sr., misconstrued WH Box fi32. Vrnlie
As gulf, bringing 100 milesperhourwind Z That the ..1\
Nervous Tension, a reference we made to incretasIng millions .Carroll IIV ,
and "will hit the Florida Back \ enter. Florl laS ERWIN'J
I Irritability and x him in the "cucumber planting" Snap With
.
That the '
west coast between Fort and
Weal,Tired,Cranky : Myers
story last week, Our understanding mortgagee. and.
fll ngl-due to ) Tampa about midnight. Hey! ore owning ... h
was that the 36 acres ofcukes' more of total am I. !
'middl..ag ., We ruler
e. he, his son, Harley; and just grabbed a meas- gages or other .
That the t
4. I
ured and Venice Is almost
our ,
map .
Ralph Simpson had put in this above. giving the
If the functional "middle-age exactly half-way between atO<'khohl..r.I and
j year on their farms was in the ,any contain nut l
period peculiar to women makes you Fort Myers and Tampa! Excuse hoider. and .. I
suffer from hot flashes nature of an experiment, from a
,touchy,high- i us, while we rush out and appear upon the
'weak nervous feelings, try marketing standpoint as well as but also, In 1
strung .
buy a couple of candles and some holder f r Security '
E. Pinkham
Compound I
Vegetable
to determine
Just how well they Designed to speedily relIne the bxka of the
( to relieve such extra food! We'11 let know D
vs, symptoms. would grow on the ground in you simple headache and painful or In any other fl .
l Taken regularly-this great medicine cUaoomforU of name of the 11'r> !
; helps build up resistance against question. Herb dropped by later Just what, if anything, happened neural&la.ft whom such Iruo'. :

such "middle-age" distress. Saturday and snorted indignantlyExperimentally' : Measured doses in powder aim lain that. .the mil.1 '
f form for quick UIImJ1at.lon.! full knowledge
iY Thousands Upon Thousands Helpedl !-I ve been farm- clrcumntanrea : ;

Pinkham Compound is one of the Ing out there for more than 19 FOR QUICK, RELIABLE n Proof of merit. Same type; tarrI which M.K-kh..lpr|

best known medicines you can buy years, and you say I'm experimenting SERVICE, CALL mule over one-third century. of Pro the who company do not ai 1 | :
for this purpose. It has proved some and securities :
We didn't mean it Standard TJ 8. P. n'n : :
of the happiest days of some worn- VENICEPLUMBING ingredient that of a I
en's lives can often be during their that way we tried to explain, but SHOPBox r Laboratory tested, controlled. affiant other has no r: ,,, ) '
any person
40's.We we dunno if convinced
i urge you to give Pinkham'sF we Herbor poratlun ban any
to ::
( '3 ">.. Compound a fair and honest not Hence this public explanation 14, Venice Phon 2153 A.i lOo price range of ereryoae. direct In the said 1 ;
and
a 4 to.n trial.Just see if it doesn &: f 28o sires ecurltlen than an 'f
Y"' and apology. S. That the
0 ; ;
help you, too. Its also a Caution: Use only M directed. lea of each issue ;
e e
4 great stomachic tonic I e :'r'Ilh !i bt ,I \ :
.
41iiG.jJ This "Mulligan" is being writ TRIANGLE INN Buy! -Tay- Inlf the r twelve

ten at 8 a. m. Monday, October 7. Rooms STAN BACK data shown \' 1 I '
VEGETABLE COMPOUND All night long "hurricane warnings' By : :

t On Sale At have been coming over the Day or Week Sworn to and I
THE REXALL STORE radio. Never having experiencedthe Corner Nassau On Sale At lisle'SIIAIA Pith day : ; '

Venice Florida and Ptnaacola VENICE THE REXALL STORE Notary Public.. : :
Florida equivalent of a Cali- Venice, Florida jirgeIy : ; l
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VENICE GONDOLIER Pare Five f
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RETURN Baker TO and VENICE Arita Graves, I Barker-Hart And Yost To Direct 'Story of Venice' it to Cleveland, O, where the

To' Nestlewood Gift magazine is printed. Otwell ad-
the '
,219 West Venice avenue, ar- Alpha] Institute Dance DepartmentInauguration To ,Be Told In vised Beach that he plans to use

back in Venice yesterday National MagazineThe the article in the December Issue.
at Hol- of dance and dramatics departments of
I spending the summer the Alpha
Ls, N H., where they also Institute announced of Music, under direction of Barker-Hart and Yost, was "Story of Venice" will be According to the United States

"Nestlewood Gift Shop. this week by Paul Goldenstein director of the Institute.__n_____. told in pictures and print in a Census Bureau, a total of 23,823
[her a "returnees" to Venice this and 10 dramatics discuss the various dance been born In Oxford, England. forthcoming issue of "The High- persons were killed in automobile

included Harry Warren, be offered, for courses which will Her father subsequently became a way Traveler," official magazineof accidents in the United States

i armed from Connecticut to three children as young I professor at Harvard in this country the national Greyhound lines, during 1943, the last year for
as and
d I another winter here. Leanora adults as old as 80 Her mother was a Shake- I with a country-wide circulation of which complete figures are avail-
Lea-I
Barker-Hart (Mrs. spearean actress of Stratford-on- more than 400,000 it was disclosed able, I
nora Yost) will be at the I .
Alpha Avon, England. yesterday by Harry A. Beach, sec
BOWLINGIS Music Store, 311 West Venice ave- retary of the Venice-Nokomis
nue, next Monday from 5 to 7 After Yost finished his prelim- Chamber of Commerce. ComplimentsFOR i
FUN! p. m. inary schooling at Coatesville, spe-
cializing in theatrical work, he began At the request of Frank Otwell, FALL
Long ExperienceShe his training for ballet and ball- editor of the magazine, Beach
and her husband, George compiled material i
for
room technique at the Corvin Stu- an article on ,
Herbert Yost, have had extensive dio in Wcstchester, Pa, and later Venice, together with appropriate
dance and dramatic experienceand studied under such well-known pictures, and this week dispatched
have long conducted their own
studios, for the past three years, York.teachers as Arthur Murray of New ft+++++++++++++++++++++* J J N-1

having been located in Sarasota' BUSINESSAND
Began at Four
While Yost is a native of America t

with Coatesville, Pa. beinghis Miss Baikcr-Hjit began her
home town. Miss Barker-Hart professional career at the age of i PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY

is a naturalized citizen havingCHECKED four, appearing in England and i
Paris before coming to the United
States. She has studied, as she 1++++++++++++++++++h+++++'
Others can't help notice the
herself says, "in so many schools CHANGE In you with a
ITCH i*a.liFFI/ they're too numerous to mention. WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE RAYETTE COLD WAVE
-0. Money Back ATTORNEY or Helena CurtliPermanent
Among the better-known teacher -
For quick relief from itching caused by
eczema. COUNSELOR .
VENICE athlete foot scabies pimples, and other itching *. she his studied with, arc I conditions use pure, cooling, medicated liquid tloia Duncan ruth Denis Ted Punta Gorda 261 259
ODD.PRESCRIPTION A doctor formula St. or CHARMBEAUTY
JOWLAKADE Greaseless and stainless Soothes.""mlnrtl.nd Shawn, Martha Graham and Francesca -
quickly calms Intense itching J5c teal hotUo SALON
Alleys Open 4 to 11 P. M. proveo it,or money hack DontMiffer A.k your Erasgiotte She majored un-
is.! and Sundays 1 to 11 P. M. druggist today the D. D. D. PRESCRIPTION. der Mademoiselle Mellor in the Dr. H. J. Hoeppner Trixie and Lucile

Grill Open On Sale At well-known Dilctore Eur 'themlcs PHYSICIAN 223 W. Miami Ave. Venice
7 A. M. to 11 P. M. THE REXALL STORE In England and the United States Hollywood. Apt.Hotel-Miami Ava Phone 2811 '
Mrs ':30 12, 2.5 Phone 2531
Venice, Florida While attending Radcliffe College, I
she maiored in dramatics. She also

was a graduate honor student of i
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BOLDT Takes Pleasure In Announcing the AdditionTo ii
AND SONS Stupendous! Colossal! A good Its Staff of

time for all on the night of Oct. 31.

Plumbing Waterproofing BARKER-HART and YOST r

Painting, Exterior and Interior Honduras, recovering from war-
lack of I In Charge of the Dance and Dramatics Departments
when ship-
Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication time troubles, 4"
ping necessitated exportation of Registration For Classes Now Open
banana and dried bana-
powder
FREE ESTIMATES 311 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE 2663
nas, expects to ship 8,000 bunchesof
the fruit a month this year.
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Men' and Boy Sweaters, Too!

ALL WOOL! ALL SIZES!

ALL COLOR.S. ALL PRICES.





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VENICE 3'ridayt
'k Page Six October lL'

,;. vertising Isnt don to let people
Mrs. ,Wilson Leaves Texas Man Urges know what you have to offer. Ai

For New York; Venice to Brag we told you, we Just happened to Aircraftand <
stop there. We saw not a single
'NEWPHONE To Return Soon More About BeachMiss sign or. anything else to let us EngineaIERVICED

i know what we might expect.
Mrs. Virginia Wilson left Ven- Elsie Witchen former own- AND !
ice last Wednesday by train for er of the Hollywood ApartmentHotel "We' enjoyed our short stay and, CONVEIITQ

New York City to be with her who now resides In Panama had we known about your place Aircraft anService Eng6
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the
I telephone(Smc tho directory laat laauanca Mvaral' el'tings daughter, Virginia jr., while the City still has a warm spot in her sooner,would have planned to stay Co.

changtd have been Next mad'issue of or the numbers direct latter undergoes a major operation heart for VenIce. longer "
Raymond
ory la not scheduled to appear uotn Mrs. Wilson expects to be gone This week she forwarded to ALBEE
next horn January.business You telephone may have number your about one week and has made arrangements The Gondolier a letter she had received Godard AIRPORT
or Save the of October 31
night for
nominal' COlt. Call Box 157, Venice-
'listed herein et to have Walter Wheeler from Paul E. Anderson, Phone
Information) 1511
2961 for further the P.-T.A.
l qt Alpha Institute of 1\1uslc..2663 of Wheeler's Auto Services operate Houston, Tex., district salesman- 141
r Baukat, Henry .............._ 2673 her taxIcab service durIngher ager for the Bethlehem Steel Co.,
Boldt and Sons ... .... ....__ 3533
Bowen, B. E. ..............._..3414 absence. who had stopped in Venice recently An Amazing New Product
Bowlakade ..............._. 2661 She also announced that Mrs. while on a vacation trip. !
El Patio Hotel................... 3572 Hattie Baldwin has leased from Wrote Anderson:
Gondolier .......................... 2961 her, for the season, the Copper We did not find a better Trans-Plastic
Green's Fuel .......... ........... 2372
Kettle Inn at 519 Harbor drive beach and nicer water for bathing: Miracle Color
Ponder, J. W., Jr, (res..2824 FinishFor
McKinney, Cljde ._ ........_...2153 The hostelry, which rents rooms I than we found in VenIce. In most
Post Office ...-.-..- 2604 by the day or week, was reopened places we stopped, the hotel accommodations Metal Wood Linoleum Floors Will,
Smitty's Tavern .. ,. 2163 this week, under Mrs Baldwin's wei! more preten- Boats Autos
oj Hardware : =__ 2892
,I Taylor\\heeler* Auto Services....2165 I personal direction. tious and much more expensive, In 20 Beautiful Colors
Woodardi Luncheonette.. 3481 I._ but loafing on the beach and in
TAYLOR
V, New AssociationContinued the water was not any better than HARDWARE

'f 'I you have in VenIce. 203 West Venice Ave.
Fine ( from Page 1) 'It's unfortunate that more ad- Phone 2111!
i ccivcd 18 totes, Biohatd, Casper-
sen and Bia well IS: each, and
Printing
Wolf und Wheeler 14 oath with
"WHERE GOOD
.... the latter dissolving the tie by HOLLYWOOD

withdrawing Apartment Hotel FRIENDS MEET"
o Q At tonight's meeting, in addi-
tion to announcing the appointment 2 to 5-Room Apartments Be and B.
i e
of committee members, all
Bar
of whom arc to submit their preliminary Rooms for Transient

reports at the next regular (Formerly Club LlTonda)
1 meeting, on Tuesday night, Oc- Personal Supervision n
Open > a m to Midnight
t lO1ber, 22, the V.B.A's general pro- MRS. RAY PARKER Sunday 1 p. m. to Midnight
u)am will be discussed, with mem-
!' VENICE 9471 Bud Bob
t '' bers being invited to submit suggestions Newberry Oatma
from the floor, Kincaid
We do all klndi of printIng .
said.
; we don't specialize r

In any form, but we do
specialize In fine work. BENEFIT FISH SUPPER WE ARE PROUD TO BRING
The finished job It per. I
Every Friday 67pm. lIIM.
\, feet In detail and 'layout. AT CHURCH OF GOD VENICE IGA'S NEW
We try to have our customers Near E. Venice Av. Florida St
satisfied.v Sponiored by L.W,W.B. for Benefit
really Of Church Building Fund


I' Venice + Rooms y Everyday Low PricesSOAP


Day or COPPER


l \ Qoiddie4 With Furnished Service Week Maid KETTLE INN GRAINS PKG ISc

IGA MAKE LAUNDERING
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P/ AT LAST ",. 7c


CATSUP B14oz.; lie

"For Your Health' Sake and Your Taste's WAX PAPER CHB FANCY

Delight, Eat More Sea Food"

LEMON BAY FISHERIES CUT RITE 1 :ir:' 19c PEACHES 21Can 29c


I IGA-YELLOW CLING HALVES
DIAL 3391 ENGLEWOOD
Toilet Soap
I
I. SWEET. 2 SARDINES 2 15c
e HEARTBare 13c Cans

WHISKEYWINEBEERNationallyKnown MAINE KEYLESS NO,

BrandsAt

. ;' Minimum "Fair Trade" Prices KRISPY CRACKERS One l 19c

1t v UtAtoe.wlb" age \ Sunshine

BOLS LONDON DRY
GINS 1

$4 PER IMPORTED FIFTH SWEET J BABY FOOD i 24c


JIM PONDER'S eOTA.TOV3' 6 Beechnut Strained


PACKAGE LIQUORS YtLLOW 13C APPLE JELLY \ Jz13c;

207 West Venice Ave. VENICE Phone 2164 ? lbs.
0',O's, Whit HouleSPAM


1 36c



The KLEENEX, 200 ht pkg. 14c Morton Giblet Dinner 16-oz. 37c

Van Camp Chile 15-oz. &

PALM BEAUTY SHOP SWANSDOWN, Pkg. 34c -

Cake Flour VENICE FOOD SHOP


208 St. Augustine Ave. IGA PEAS, No. 2 can 20c H. .. Bowden Owneror

VENICE Fancy SweetPRUNE



CLOSEDTEMPORARILY IGA JUICE, qt. 2Sc r ,



Tomato Juice, No. 2 can 12c
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