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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 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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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
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE e GONDOLIER

"Where the u
Urges for Venice:
Tamiamt I Trail
A New School

|Meets the Open
Road to Arcadia

oj Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA
Gulf
GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS City Trailer Park

LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD
_

1, NO. 35 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS




ARBECUEWILL PROCLAMATION WATER, SANITATION PROBLEMS


WHEREAS, the City of Venice this year expects to be host

|BE ADDED AIR to thousands WHEREAS of,winter several visitors hundred, and guests are expected here Mon- CALLED FORCIBLY TO CITY'SATTENTIONDURINGPASTWEEK


day, November 11, for the big Armistice Day Air Show bing

SHOW FEATUREAn sponsored by the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce to call

attention to this city s acquisition of the Venice Army Air Field,
and

old-fashioned beef andlork WHEREAS, the Venice Business Association has gone on Water and sanitation problems thrust themselves to the

barbecue, to be served record as designating the week of November 4 to 9, Inclusive, as attention of Venice city officials this week in a series of rapid-

111 afternoon long, was dis- "Clean-Up Week," fire events that will come to a semi-climax tonight at 8 o'clockat

losed this week as an added THEREFORE, I, Clyde V. Higcl, Mayor of Venice, hereby the city hall when the council holds a special meeting to

jeature of the gigantic Armisce proclaim said week of November 4 to 9, inclusive, as "Clean-Up discuss the water works set-up.

Day Air Show being Week and urge all citizens of Venice to co-operate in 'the Only last week the councilmen.--
fanned for Monday, Novem- special
clean-up campaign'CleanUp .
listened to Finn C ispirsen. new
icr 11, by the Vemce-Noko- water board thmmnn tell them Speculation As
Chamber of Commerce.
ris the[ muniiiptl water woiks bought
To
Post Office
Harry A. Beach, C. of C, secre- last l
I Week'Siarts year for $150,000 was bung
| said No-Vel Post No. 159 offe
'Y operated nt an approximate los> Site Starts Here
which made
American Legion, of $230 per month.

uch an outstanding success of its In Venice Next WeekCoupled Cispciscn said! Robert N. Lir- uki.eslioii'i this week to
,,wn Labor Day fish fry, had .
sen, who had supervised operation wholecnlces new $95000 pot
greed to stage the barbecue, with
into the post's with an appeal to all property owners to co-operate so if the water works for the past office should be located mere

fcoceeds imlding fund.going Tobe Futch will acts far as possible, members of the Venice Business Association yesterday year, and James A. Hithlowei, many and varied, but new, that

chef.Appointe. laid plans for a "flying squadi'< n" to pay particular attention Venice bookkeeper for the past few the Federal Works Agency has

master avenue, from the Seaboard raIlroad tracks to the Gulf, and the Tami- months, are resigning and that recommended to Congress that

Committee ami Trail, from the north to the south city limits, during "Cean-! Up consequent salary savings and such a structure be built here was

Commander T. M. Wrede, jr., Week," which will run from November 4 to 9. other economies would result in received with pleasure on all itles.!

las appointed Boyd Sharp, Roland 'I the water works paying its own "Long overdue-we certainly
G. L Kincaid, chairman of theV.B.A.
furry, Buck' Whiteaker, "Monk"fioward board : way for the next year or so. need one," was typical of the local -
and Hayward Green to of governors, announced Youth Center To
I
few anticipate
[ that a delegation from I To Start Today comment, although
Futch. charge of soft
In.
seat construction of the -
his group will appear before the That is, providing Mrs Helga early proposed
will be Frank Hold Initial DanceIn
Brinks concessions office in of the
city council to ask for additional Hoess-Siede, city clerk, would accept post view
aeburn, Jud Curwood and Jack current building material shortages -
I water bill
co-operation from the city. payments starting
tale. The barbecue will run from Venice TonightAfter today. It is understood that while .

f 2 noon to 4:30: p, m. "Through Superintendent of this
arrangement was satisfactoryto Suggestion
] Meanwhile plans for the air Streets George Higel Kincaid three weeks of Intensive the council, which adopted Cas- Final decision, of course, will be

how itself being put on, by the said, "arrangements have been preparation, the grand opening persen's recommendation, the setup made by postal authorities whenIt
.
made to permit Venetians to place dance of the newly-organized Ven-
hamber of Commerce to publlz was not so satisfactory to Mrs comes to selecting a site for the

|: the fact that the city of Ven- tree trimmings and other trash Ice-Nokomis Youth Center will be Siede, in view of the fact that she new structure. Among locations
along curbs next week. During held tonight in hall !
Community in
te has been granted the right to would not be paid for the extra suggested thus far are the city-
this one week only, the city trucks Vence. Doors will open at 7:30:
se the Venice Army Air Field, p. work. owned property at Harbor drive
will haul such rubbish away free m., with dancing slated to start at
(re proceeding smoothly, Beach making the Just what will be done is to be and Venice avenue, a plot in the t t"plaza"
of charge, probably 8.
C. of C.
eported yesterday to decided at tonight's meeting. between Venice avenue P

sident H S, Bowden. rounds next Thursday or Friday. All boys and girls, from 13 to Meanwhile, to add to the city's and the K,MI. buildings, the large

I Although no definite responses 'We expect virtually all prop- 19, who live in this district are invited headaches in re the water works, plot lying between the El Patio ,

(Continued on Last Page) (Continued on Page 2)T.A. to attend this initial affairof Bonnie Jones, Laurel Negro, last hotel building and the Bowlakade,

the Youth Center. Those who' and vacant property lying between
Sunday afternoon created a minor
HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL I have not yet purchased their Nokomis and the Tamiami 4k
.- crisis when he drove his car intoa avenue
f membership tickets obtain
may Trail.
fire hydrant on the Tamiami
DRAWS A RECORD CROWD them at the door. Holders of Youth
Trail near Wheeler's Auto ServIces That the post office department k
Center cards from, other
com-
should make plans for more-than-
H Drawing a record crowd of yi jung and old, the VeniceNokomlsighf munities will be admitted free. I when the
As a result, water was shut off adequate parking space
Parent-Teacher Association last n: staged its annual Hallowe'enMilitary A large delegation from the in numerous homes and business building is finally constructed

carnival and dance in the Kentuck- Institute gym. Sarasota Youth Center is expectedto houses for varying periods of was heartily agreed upon by Ve-

H Proceeds of the affair went to. attend the dance here tonight, time the Vemce-Myakka Hotel (Continued OB page S)

[his year i P.-T.A.-sponsored proj- siastically applauding audience, the according to the local committee in I being without water for 24 hours

pct, the high school band. folowing winners were announced: charge. Music will be furnished Questions Legion AuxiliaryTo

Mrs A. L. Blalock, P-TA president Pre-school through first grade by a specal orchestra and cokes I
Lack of proper tools and labor
and Jack Wilkinson, general group: and sandwiches will be on sale. Elect Officers
was blamed for the situation,
khairman of the carnival commitee Girls-Prettiest, Laurie Arnall; Hereafter, it was announced, the, Next Tuesday NightTo
leading to repetition of queries by
expressed appreciation to all cutest, Linda Bowen; most origi Youth Center will be open for certain citizens as to "how come"

who helped! make the event such nal, Martha Joyce Hunter games and other entertainment on the $150000 water works is minus elect officers, members of the

an outstanding success. (Continued on Page 2) Tuesday nights and dances on auxiliary of No-\el Post No. 159
some of the most common tools
One of the principal features of Friday nights. I and repair equipment. of the American Legion will meet

the evening was the triple costume Red Cross Sewing I (Continued on last page) Jones on Wednesday afternoon at 8:30: o'clock next Tuesday night,

parade, handled by Mrs Alexaner Project to Start appeared before Mayor Clyde V, November 5, at the home of Mrs

Murphy, with the assistance Higel and pleaded guilty to a reck- Alice Lumley, 241 South Harbor
of Mrs Here November 14 COMING EVENTSFriday drive. A social hour will follow
H. S. Bowden and Mrs. I I less driving charge. He was released -
Bruce the business meeting.
Rigby. the resumption of Red after the city received
Costume Winners Marking of $233.20, the estimated cost of repairing Mrs. Ann Surls, who has been
activities here, women
Cross
November 1
of
After boys and girls in three age Nokomis and vicinity will the damage his car had serving; as temporary president
Venice, 8 p. m to midnight, Venice- the newly-formed auxiliary, heads
groups paraded before the enthu- children clothing, caused.
start sewing on Nokomis Youth Center dance the slate of officers proposed for
relief distribution, at But in the meantime, on Mon-
for'foreign (opening night), Community hall, election by the nominating com-
the Venice-Nokomis Methodist day afternoon to be exact, Sidney
Venice
[ 14. (Continued on Last Page) mittee. _
WeatheRTEMPERATURES I church on Thursday, November 8pm., special meeting of city .

Announcement that this will be council, Venice city hall. BRADENTON KEGLERS TO

this 's major project locallywas
RAINFALL season
Data High Low Inches made this week by Mrs. Saturday, November 2
Previously recorded.1.29 8pm., bowling competition at BOWL HERE SUNDAY NIGHTBradenton
production
McG. Roberts,
K&N:. -.-:: il ::.:_=:::8"p' : Charles chairman of the Venice-Nokomis Venice Bowlakade to determineteam victorious Venice last Sunday when they I
!' ._. 88 70.000t28 to represent Venice against bowlers, over
<*clef __-.,., IT |9:=:000: auxiliary of the Sarasota chapterof Bradenton. took two out of three games and garnered 2484 pins to 2350 for the
We 29 II T. finn Red Cross.
:::Oct'so .= 6e :7 =: the American Sunday, November 3 locals, will invade this city for a return match this Sunda night
mars, Oot. .T 81 will 000 All women desiring to help are
Torsi for m oltli of October == .29 to the school room 8pm", Venice vs. Bradenton Play will start at the Bowlakade at 8 p. m
to
invited
go While G. S. Wilde of the Brad-"
Bowla
match at Venice
bowling ,
church, using the
Tide Tables of the Methodist kade enton Bowling Center informed I 8 o'clock, to bowl for the honorof

VENICE INLET west entrance, on Thursdays week from Tuesday, November 5 The Gondolier yesterday "we ex- being on the Venice squad Sun-
(Punta Rasa correction) 0 a. m to 12 noon, starting a the team," it
same
cat$ Work may be General election (Bank closed) pect to bring day night.
High Low from next Thursday. ., regular meeting of city is almost certain Venice will havea The top 12, as listed by League
smut. Nov. __ 1:04p.m.: church or taken home. 8pm
.:; Nov.: l ,,_':: I:OSa.m 1:09p:m: done at the to bring her council, Venice city hall. different line-up. Secretary Frank Raeburn, are:
asked
Bun., Nov. I _?104<::Sla:m.. 1 09pm:41a:m: Each woman scissors Is and thimble, 8pm., Youth Center meets! J. J. Jossart, captain of the local Bob Warren, Gerald Curwood, Jim

lion.. 10:29p.m.: I:Olp mI own needle, Community hall, Venice. squad, in an effort to muster Oakley, J. J. Jossart, Byron Jones,
yov. : : : needed to
t :!9a:m: I:05a m but everything else
Cur-
TIIOI. 10.54p.m.. 1:460m will 8:30: p. m., auxiliary of No-Vel the strongest Venetian team pos- W. B. Surls, H E. Weltz, Jud
and dresses
Nov I __ 9:50a.m.; 4:00a.m..: make the skirt Post No 159, American Legion, sible, has asked the top 12 men wood, G Burkett, J. Keys, H. P.
10:47p.m. 4 *7p m Roberts said
Wet, Nov. 6 ._...10:6 a:m: 4:47a:m: be furnished, Mrs. holds election of officers, meetingat in the current men's bowling lea- Kuykendall and Tommy Wrede.
Thu..... 11:04p.m. i:OOp m.Prt. Her telephone number, In case the Bowl- match at Brad-
Nov, 7 .._1166aro 5a1a.m.Nov. : is desired, Is home of Mrs Alice Lumley, 241 gue averages to meet at In last Sunday's
: 1 s0p.m.: : further Information Saturday night at on )
drive. akade tomorrow, Continued page
Harbor
juts South
t _"..... : .m., 8'16a.m. Venice 2524.
11:47p.m. 4:00p.m.l : i



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( VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, November J
1, Ily
-- -

} CARNIVAL Nancy Dixon. I APPOINTED

Boys-Cutest, Robert Ball; funniest VENICE BOWLAKADE Venice Bowlakade Charles Wrede has been ap.

(Continued from Page 1) Sonny Phillips; most original pointed service officer of
Women's League
No-VII
t Bojs-Cutest, Richie Hayton; Bobble Stephens [ MEN'S LEAGUEFINAL Post No. 159 of the American 14-

funniest, Arthur !Moremen; most Sixth grade or over: gion. He succeeds H. P.

original, Walter Driggm Girls-Prettiest, Nancy Lanier; STANDINGS W L dall, resigned. KUYkea.

' Second grade through fifth most original, Mary Alice Summers Team W L I Trailer Park ..... ....I I
I IPalm
V\oWl Sinclair
grade: Venice Laundry .:1. .
Venice .'....d ..16 11Hlgel GrillBowiakade .. ..4.5.a -....
Girls-Prettiest, Janice Lanier; Boys Funniest, Lawrence I'. ... .16 11nuly's |'VentleKuud .. . ..I. POOH'S
cutest Nancy Dye: most original, $ in 11 burli Pure u11 .I 7 CORNER
Jones; most original, Stephen Dye. L aTu'u'' t lo 12 (Day Nursery for
IlaptIslr 13 14 Results this week: Palm Grill defeated I Chudren I It h
/ (I Adjudged "outstanding" were Ii flub 11Adrlu 14 Wilf Mmlulr 8er\lof J to 1: I-iOURSI a a. m. to t .. m. II)
RELIABLE '. .. .11 18.Ile Trailer lark defeated Btmlakade, 11 Mondays Thw Fhdeyl
QUICK,
FOR
Barbara Conchita Keys and tlxKilt-to| .. e 19 '" o. GULF THEATRE BUILDING
1'' SERVICE, CALL hankers .. ... 7 20 'X..tlewo..d-arl', Pure Oil match I IrmultH Phon. 2083 for InrormltlOll
Results this seek: $nItty'a defeated I pr..I..t..d: standings unchangedpending
VENICEPLUMBING The huge lying boat Howard \1 'h."II.IR. 31..v. liunkem defeated La ruling on l.r..I..8t.
,T"'I/Ill. ti. 1. Unite Laundry defeated -
SHOP Hughes is assembling in Californiahas Illg..U. ;a I ti lielike: Fuud del -. I
,'iltii HiptlKtK 2 to 1: K Club deduttd
Box 14, Venice Phone 2153 a wingspread of 20 feet longer AilllalK. : In 1.
AVERAGESCompiled AUTO
than a football field ( by Frank Raeburn ; :

__._._u_._._._._.___. .... .1..1. venire League 1..u"It.Secretary) ..178Nrr SEAT
it. I K t'llih 171
T To Members and Committee 0; t'un.nnl'. t+ndtty's 177 r
,I' ,\1'111. (L,n krrr 167
.Laos. \ .'.nli.I II t'1 1 Iha COVERS S
I Workers of the Venice-Nokomis ,., I urk.it; I I..., T"ulll 16"
..hl. \. \'. nl.. laundry lad
..l K. .. flub IJcurls.
) For All Popular
'f t, P.-T. A. I11get's 1.1
I .1. i'\irw".il. 1'111111\ s 1.2 Model Cars
T \\ r.Io,. al.th.sllto I:."
MaV Evend Heart To You I'\I l>ktndlllrll.,. Laundry' I I3u
e : Congratulations .
I: "r.ethinli.. laundry 148 Venice Garage and Service Station
I On the Success of Your Hallowe'en Carnival? I \\ lllluniKenlic. 'u.O\I 114Irl
I1: ,VlrlunvlUtlllKt' 119 Tamlaml Trail & Venice Avenue
I 1 It Was an Evening Enjoyed b>' All ,T1r'hens\flloI II. HaitiMithKllntu, HS 14,1 I VENICE

11.. like.: : 117
J. J. Jossart G. L. Kincaid I 11rtrish. I.a T.m.l II:
: thm1. )'. h. 1'lull IIII
.I' burn Cmltn'it H3 DANCE DEPARTMENT UNDER
TM Decencjble Plumbers"Smitty's .\,drlandrl* H3
i-- .' I urn.".l. $.mltty's 112
:\,n. 1t.I.: H2 Barker-Hart and Yost
Sit ith K o'luh 140Vlnlre I
1\, \. J.: 1',1 139I. :
J K ."Kl,.r. Venice l..unlr,I ) 1 Isit
Inn. IlliftlfI lIioI. : REGISTER NOW CLASSES FOR ADULTS
TavernPACKAGE I I.. i:,r. Adrian 1 13%

I I.r-.hrd.I I urk.tt rmItt'T.7.n"u l3 138I $ Limbering Up Walt Fox Trot Rhumba
I n ,II. Adrian 1:16I :
DEPARTMENTWe I II I /' \lirl r. ItaitlM 135l :
.
nu r"r,1. 11"11. 131
,1.,,". Ilaptist. 1:13: Music
Institute of
VI\ i"J..n.. I I..u T nlaKni. 1:12: Alpha
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Call Your Attention to the HI.oI"'k. .th."I1.1 1:12: 311 W VENICE AVE. VENICE PHONE 2661
.
T I 1'lr.I."nit M th .IIM 1:11:
H.I K. \.. K: <'lull 1:111:
"i' \\ r.de. M".th..dlvtp. 1 '
Following Quality Whiskies and I..ttrlln.hire I t...4 127
I .Mini., rnnk.n 121
I Mm I ,'hn'. I Itank.r. 121
\\' h1m..r., Hunker 112
Gins MEDICINE

AI CLEAN-UP WEEK
WHISKEYLord CABINETSSmall
(Continued from Page 1)

ertj owners who are now in Ven- or Large
Calvert _______$4.80 Fifth
--------------- ice will take
\ advantage of this
Four Roses. ........$4.52 .. Some Chrome-Trimmed
-------------- opportunity during 'Clean Up

Golden Wedding ------------_______$4.00 Week, which starts next Monday, Polished Plate Mirror
.. but many of the most unsightly,
; Guckenheimer _____.$3.72Wjlson's
:
-------------- weed-covered lots are owned
.1 by
,
..
t
_____ $3.70 out-of-town '
____ people.
.t, ---------------- SANITARY STEP-ON (

"We are forming a special volunteer -

GSeagram' working group of V.B.A. REFUSE CANS

members to concentrate on clean-
Ancient Bottle _____$3.83 Fifth y
------ ing up along the two streets over

l'.I Gordon's ------------------_____..$3.65 .. which most traffic flows-the White Enamel Q ,

Gilbey's -----------------________$3.50 Trail visitors and Venice avenue. Most With Removable Bucket-J
form their impression of

Fleischmann's ________$3.48 our entire
------------- city by what they see

"''I$ 125 South Tamiami Trail VENICEWON'T as they Venice travel avenue along the Trail orover KELLOGG BRUSHES


"Because we do not have
to burn or authority 'There's A Brush To Fit The Job"Bottle
mow these I

I lots, as does the city, and becl'use Pastry Clothes

nil we believe our city officialsare Scouring Waffle Iron Bowl

YOU, TOO, HELP? Just as interested as we are Sink Percolator Nail
Vegetable Tumbler Venetian Blind
in seeing to it that Venice is

cleaned up we plan to seek cooperation -

their next from meeting"Use the councilmen at VENICE LUMBER CO.


CLEANUPWEEK 412 East Venice Ave., Near Seaboard Depot Venice 2632

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city trucks. Don't .fail to take advantage of this

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consists of
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sunlit patio:
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VENICE GONDOLIER


all do not agree with a word you say, but I will 'LIFEIN rilE ROAR' 1 KM1 s Raftered on IB Stomach 5 minutes or j

I defend with my life your right to say it."-VOLTAIRE ; i doubt your money back
Whfn Metis itoniBifi sell riu_
J Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 314 West Ins pranTlbe saw.war lie ilonurli,.......and iruni"",urilclm< Minlalrwlte.i.ktwmi lei
lenic. Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 632. Telephone .,........11. .eharwdlrlnes IIh these I. sera-Ma
,; Avenue Venice 2981.Ent.red '1'..,.... N. lu"".. BoU-IB' br""'" e.mfort to 0
Wl or doubl. 1wr -If back us nlunl 01 hews
as Mcend-eUM matter June 8, 1J46, at the post office 1-/ 10... g6o N all oInIatllfo
Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 8, 1879 TillI On Sale at

I subscription rites: One year $2.50; six months, $1.50; three ,CiAB'h. T P'aR1 I THE REXALL STORE
onlhe. rSe. Classified advertising rate: 2 cent per word, first 20 jjh e Venice, Florida
I girds: 1 cent per word for each additional word. f

.ARFIOLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher
ELEN WILLIAMS .-..-..-.-.?............?..-..?..._.. Office Manager i
Scrilctinfj I

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EDITORIALVenice For quick relief from Itching caused by..edema
athlete root..biee,,pimples and other Itching
conditions use pure cooing medicated liquid
D.D.D.MEttHimoN.A doctor formula
without doubt, is one of the most beautiful oflorida's Creaseless and'''lnI_. Soothes.comforts and
Gulf Coast communities. quickly calms Intense itching 35c trial bottle
0s ixove.itor money baek Dontsuner Ask your
druggist today for D. D. D. FRUCHirTiON.
Virtually everyone who visits us is kind enough to

mark upon that fact. e On Sale at

Partly it is due to Venice's unique location right on the THE REXALL STORE

ulf of Mexico, this community being one of only two citiesn Venice, Florida

the West Coast of Florida that can boast of a mainland

ach.

Partly it is due to the fact that Venice was laid out byne Hard Coughing Spells

of the nation's leading city planners, who envisioned a From ColdsWhen

ty, of 12,000 to 20,000 and planned accordingly.But Resulting

Venice can be made even more attracts. your cold brings on a nasty
troublesome cough aptnd 45 cents at
One way in which the city's appearance can be improved i iI l anv 'drug! morn for a bottle of BUCKLEY -
I HEAR WITH S CANADIOL MIXTURE-triple
SHE
WENT OUT
.cs in cleaning up unsightly property, particularly weed-and- acting! -to relieve coughing fo.it BUCKLEY -
rass-covered vacant lots. ONE OF THE_tfucxies LAST NIGHT/* 'S act promptly to help loosen up
thick, sticky phlcblt-soothe irritated
So the Venice Business Association has adopted as its throat membranes and ease hard cough- I

.itial community-wide project, a "Clean-Up Week" cam- Ing ppellg. So try It the very next timea
coM results In a wracking stubborn
aign. It will start next Monday, November 4, and will run CHU11CH I I cough Find out for yourself Just how
[rough Saturday, November 9. S good BUCKLEY'S It In for CANADIOU roughs due to MIXTURE rnldt Get

During that week, and that week only, Venetians can put ...._-- made In the V.S.A.-TODAY-all druggist -
heir tree clippings and other trash in front of their propertynd VENICE-NOKOMIS METHODIST OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH *.

have it hauled away free by city trucks, an inducementat CHURCH Rlv. Henry Johnlon. Pastor On Sale At
Bay Point. Nokomis 10 a. m. Sunday School: 11 a. m.
should be enough; in itself to insure complete cooperaon It Maurlece Felton, Minster turning service, a p. m. It T. U.I 7 THE REXALL STORE
in a.m Sunday School. P. m. Evening service, Wednesday 7 Venice Florida
of every citizen. 11 a m. Morning Worship p: m., prayer meeting ,
1 ".m. Young Fellowship Group.
Let's all make a truly worthwhile effort to do our part 7'10 p.m. Evening berx Ice. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
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make "Clean-Up Week" an outstanding success. Let's have W..dll..tIlY. au P. m., lld.weck CHURCH "'-
prayer and song lI<'rvlr.. Riviera St. and Palermo Place
spic and span Venice to show our guests Armistice Day. T>r, U-onurd W. H. Ktr\kT, lector
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH it: ::; u m Sunday 81'hixrl. HELPS BUilDUPRESISTANCE

Nassau .t Miami Avenue CHURCH' 'F GOD
Venice Venice Avenue
D Campbell Crawford. Pastor Rev. C. D. Jernigan, Paator
A Privilege to Live In FloridaA
ID a.m. Bible Clan 10 It.m. Kitnday School.
11 am. Morning aervlc Ham. Preaching
Distinction to Live In Venice 630 p.m. B.Y.P.U.T 7'3n p m. I'r.achlnll.Thur.dav against
3(1 p.m: Evening'lIervlc.. : 7:3(1( p.m., Young Peopl.'aR.rvl.
rdneedny. 110 p.m., Mid-week .".
prayer aervlce. Friday. 7-fl p m. benefit atipper
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor MONTHLYPAIN

Mew Pastry Shop Meanwhile, Duvall and Ed A.

Smith, who will be in charge of

Opens In Venice baking operations, plan to proceed

VENICE FLORIDA Partially opened this week was with installation of a large pastry I ,

the new Venice Pastry Shop In oven and other equipment, hopingto
Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf obtain enough shortening soon
the Catherine Block on West Ven-

I ice avenue. Ray Duvall is ownerof to; proceed with their planned pro- When Taken
the new bakery. duction of rolls, cakes and cookiesfor

Duvall said inability to obtain a the retail and wholesale trade. Thruout

NOW READY sufficient supply of shortening has The Month CS

FOR OCCUPANCY ; delayed start of the bakery, but In 1944, for the first time in history -

that he has obtained enough to ; according to the Metropolitan
Valencia tJ t, ( .7. begin production of doughnuts for Life Insurance Company, the average -

1 both the retail and wholesale length of life of the American -

II 1KtYJ GIi1 PK/L lJ ( trade. people exceeded 65 years. Also A Fins Stomachic Tonic

Lydia C Plnkhams Vegetable Com-
pound aota moos than lust relieve) j
432 Armada Road South RALPH WILHELM monthly pain when caused by femalefunctional
PETE EDGE monthly disturbances It
VENICE, FLORIDA PLUMBING, HEATING also relieves weak tired nervous
General Hauling AND REPAIRS cranky feelings-of such days-when
REDECORATED FURNISHED due to this cause Plnkham Com-
AND NEWLY
Each I Fixing Up Yards "No Job Too Large, No Job pound has a soothing effect on one of
unit contain twin beds), Dinette,
bedroom (
living room, BLACK DIRT AND SHELL Too Small" woman a most Important organs
kitchenette and bath. Venice 2316 Sarasota 70.542 Token thruout the month Plnll-:
Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice Florida Phone Venice 2021 P. 0. Box 1832, Sarasota ham against Compound such helps distress build. It up'a also resistance avery -
elective stomachic tonic.

Thousands Upon Thousand

cf CirIa and Women Helped-
EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS "WHERE GOOD There are no opiates In Plnkham'i
FRIENDS MEET"B. Compound. It a made from Mother Nature -
'a own wholesome roota and herbs
theirw + plus Vitamin B,. It HELM NAIDRI

"Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"J. and B. /. r Thousands K h..ereportednom.rk.bl.b.n.upon thousands of women-
/ K\ flu IT you suffer like this-weVTT
urge you to PlokhatnsjJbiZ
Bar Compound a f'rr.a honest
J. (Joe) G. L (Kin) 4aav\ trial. At all drugstore

(Formerly Club LaTonda) .. lia
JOSSART KINCAIDMohler ofa e.rP mo
Open I a. m, to Midnight
Sundays 1 p. m. to Midnight VEGETABLE COMPOUNDOn
Bldg. P. O. Box 134 Bud BobOilman Sale At

123 W. Venice Av. VENICE Newberry THE REXALL STORE

Venice, Florida


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K.M.I. Cadets To
by I P. 0. BOX 42 NOKOMIS. FLA.
COPPER Leave Kentucky For PHONIt1

k"d KETTLEINN Venice About Jan. 1

: BOLDT AND SONS
; i Although the exact date has not
Drlv. VENICEHY yet been set, the annual hegira of
: ) K.MI. cadets from Lyndon, Ky., Plumbing Waterproofing
to the milder climate of Venice Painting' Exterior and Interior

will take place sometime duringthe Carpenter .Work -v Steel Fabrication
r first week of January, it has
millions been announced by Col. C. B.
< ::; Bade With Richmond, president of the school. FREE ESTIMATESIn
tt', Christmas vacation for the cadets -
( Shown above i 5TANHACK
VS-50 of Kentucky Military Institutewill
Water S>.I< start December 14, with
EASILY preparations;, for the trip to Flor-
different suction t fl : ida starting as soon as the boys
used get back to school.
to suit
SIMPLE IN J'O Each year the entire facultyand
are no !! to speedily relieve student body of K.MI thenotion's
VS-50 is a headache and painful ,
? oldest military academy
built-in of neuralgia.
I Venice for three months'
comes to a
lee i.the only : doses In powder
CHEAP TO for quick assimilation. stay.Word
I impeller 11. also has been received
, ,i carefully / of merit.Same type for- from the north that the K.MI.
.
ci.ney. over one-third century.
i vibration Senior class has chosen the following -
free lift. !! U. 8 Ingredients officers: a
I PRIMED.A : I tested, controlled. President Bill Rohde; vice- 1 e
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life t I price range of everyone. president, Steve Miles; secretary- 4 .
are and now mduftn.a\ and 2Sc size treasurer, Dick Vinton; sergeant-

and literature. I : Use only aa directed ot-arms, Jack Hooley.

I TAYLOR l -TAY -
M A post-war labor analysis made
p-ewe :$.2 .- AI Indicatesthat
by SKF Industries Inc.,
C by 1950 approximately 17-
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4 r! ;,' .;>.... REXALL STORE 000,000 women will be holding
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{ : :.i: : Venice, Florida
.1. ... jobs, only about 2,000 less than
during the war when a third of
the nation's workers were women. a R yeH. permanent such curl Is under the MOconttanj \Uti
supervision of your beautician. She
l'l:1: VENICENOKOMISBANK can"C control the strength of each individual tyQ PEa 01 IDD
Aircraft curl during the entire proc.n-think: what
and that meant-each curl can be just a. natural Not U i iIy
soft or at dole to the scalp as you wishl"
f VENICE, FLORIDA EnginesSERVICED And remember too, only Rayttt contains RAYTRENE-thamtdt
';, AND CONVERTED penetrating ingredient that sets the wave deeper curls iW!
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" neckline hair in to tfay. Ned time ask for RAYETTE, and yogi at
Aircraft and Engine the finest!
.n
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Service Co. CHARM BEAUTY SALONTRIXIE

Raymond ALBEE Bill
'r, $5000. Maximum For Each Depositor Insurance $5000. Godard AIRPORT Hanton AND LUCILE
Box 157 Venice Phone 2551
223 W. Miami Ave VENICE Phone 2111
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Robert Baynard VENICE FLORIDA
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I ASK GIFT OF CHAPEL Helen McCracken Pare Five ,


1. FOR-CATHOLIC CHURCHready Weds Dick Rich (POST Continued OFFICE Funeral Held For 1

from page 1) Mrs. Zilpha Dawes t''
bearing about 100 Laurel Friends this week extended netians who discussed; the project,
and congratulations -
Osprey. Circulation of all of whom pointed to the terrific Funeral services were held last I
I petition requesting the the petition to Dick Rich
s was under ownerof traffic
the problem
| Assets Administration to do- tion of Thomas J. McNeil. direc- the Venice Garage and Service the vicinity of that the Sarasota now exists in Wednesday, with burial in Noko- J

the chapel at Venice Army post mis cemetery, for Mrs. Zilpha M,
More Station
than 30 of the names came and his bride, the former office as demonstrating the importance
Field for use as a Catholic from K.M.I. faculty Helen McCracken of giving consideration Dawes, 76, a Venice resident for
is members and following their to
Venice nearly
ch in ready students, the signatures including wedding last this phase of the situation. the past 20 years. She died Tues-
I
resentatlon to the proper au- week-end in the
those of Col. C. B. Richmond, Also agreed upon unanimouslywas day after brief \tflness
Methodist church
les. at Folkston, Ga
president of the school, and Major the fact that Venice is in dire Survivors include her husband
yens interested In signing C. E. Hodgln, commandant They were accompanied on their need of better post office facilities
f petition may do so any day In the past, Catholic motor trip to the Georgia city by Henry L. Dawes, of Venice; a son,

week lit the office of The have been held here each services Sunday Herman Prevatt and Atlas Phillips Mrs. Dorothy Fields, local post- Sherman Dawes, also of Venice, '

dolier. master, reported this and four daughters, Mrs. Hattie
during the winter season in the who served as witnesses at week that
forts tll obtain the chapel were Gulf Theatre, with Father Elslan- the ceremony. all of the 255 boxes available here Edge and Mrs Jennie Chenault of

led several months ago by lo- der of Sarasota officiating Similar The newlyweds are taken, and that there are 50 Venice, Mrs. Vesta Culvert of
are now at homeat
and other citizens of persons on the
Catholics arrangements waiting list, a fig-
are being
made for Sarasota und Mis Nellie Phillips
ice. Nokomis, Englewood, the coming season, McNeil said. the Blackburn Apartments, ure she expects to see doubled of Paliokce
West Venice and Nokomis within a short time, as winter visitors -

Ihnc ARRESTED icr of Edgewood wa Nokomis Ice Truck nues ave-//I numbers.begin to arrive In increasing


n i a ciition last Wednesdaynoon Driver InjuredAlvin HERE FOR WINTER Although five persons are on After You Have Read
by Chief of Police Gerryotnik the Venice postal staff, all mail I
s after allegedly running Sellers, driver for the No. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H Devins I must be handled in one none-too- This Copy of theGondolier.
komis Ice of The Plantation large room in the rented
ugh the stop sign at the cor- Company, suffered In- near Washington quarters
01 Venice avenue and Tamiamir ternal injuries last Wednesday Court House, Ohio, have arrived :now occupied by the local post of- ,

1 I. He is slated to appear bejlaor afternoon when he lost control of in Venice. They will occupy fice. Why Not Mail It To
Clyde V. Higel in city his truck on the Tamiami Trail their home on Venezia Parkway,

t at 1 p. m next Monday. near the Pine cabins, just northof a residence they purchased last BOWLERSContinued A Friend Up North?
Nokomis. The truck rolled over December from Mrs. Elizabeth
several times. Scales. ( from Page 1)

INTING DECORATING Sellers was taken to Sarasota enton, scores were as followsBRADENTON :

hospital where his condition yesterday COLONEL ARRIVESCol.
T llnpone i;<1 i.I\\'t :fi!
was reported as "fair" C. B. Richmond, presidentof "hails Kill I.. 161 4M.,
Mills 173 |.n H:* 41'Mllth
t Kentucky Military Institute
SORORITY BID 1DJ IK 17 4s;
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arrived in Venice from Lyndon, Steel,. .. lea: 1*: 101 4m! 'NEWPHONE
Ruby Rigby of Nokomis was Ky., at noon yesterday. It Is not
among the Florida Southern col- known how long he plans to stay T.tals 8,6 8119 set 961

a lege students who this week received here before returning to K,MI.'s VENICE
bids from the Alpha Chi northern headquarters. nkln, 1,5 re I'm r.)1H.trUh
IlaM. Omega HI Ills: H* 4:,n (Sine the 'last (nuance of the
sorority, according to
an 11. ('aaru mal iii r; li'M r,24 telephone directory several listless
announcement of pledge lists received Wnrnn 141 III HM 41. have been made or numbers.
chanoed. Next Issue of the directory
LANIUS Phone 2049 from the Lakeland school CLASSIFIEDADS J. I'urwiHHl 137 i. not scheduled' to appear until
Box 13, Venloe ,yesterday. I I J-wart 113133 41:1T.tale :, next Janu.,). You may have your
homo or business telephone number
76N 741 817 23.ij lilted herein ot nominal' co.t. Call
2961 for further Inform.tlon.)
I (So a word first it words lo each
1
;ft additional' word. Minimum charge, Alpha Institute of Music...2663
Your Appearance ISO. Cash with Ad. Special' rates Baukat Henry ...M.............. 2673
l for moro than ono Insertion of the Boldt, and Sons .....M..OM... 3533
the lam telephone ad' Ado will(28 1)be up acttpttd to I p.over m. Bowen B. E .._..__._...... 3414
Is Your Fortune thursday, with understanding .d. Bowlakade .......................... 2661
vertieer will remit payment prompt. a El Patio Hotel ... .. 3572 J
Sr. Iy.) Gondolier ......... : ..=:::: 2961

Green's Fuel ....................- 2372
Do Not Neglect FOR SALE Ponder, J. W., Jr. (res..2824

McKinney, Clyde ...............2153
I';1.H1HIC Hide-arm water heater. Post Office __.......-._.._ 2604
ARCADE BEAUTY SHOPPhon :351.Kith Jo-gallon tank. Phone Venice K CLUBLADIES Smitty' Tavern ..._.____ 2163 ,
I Stancil & Potts Garage .... 2541
2603 VND-NEW K-font fishing' skiff, 16. ARC WELCOME Taylor Hardware ?_._- 2892 t
on Office Arcade Venice Inch cypress Hides, northern cedar Open 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Wheeler's Auto Services..2165Woodard's
bnttum New Wisconsin air-cooled Sundays 1 p. m. to I p.m.
miitur Also, cork and lead lines fur 111 North Nassau St Venice Luncheonette. 3481
:>iw.>'ard net. See I'revatt at Venice J. F. KEYS BEN DUNN t
Oarage, 7 a. m to 7 p. mMhTAI. --- '\

I HOLHU3 RED 1 clean mattress ,
TAKE HOME AND ENJOY Aim ciiuliill hit water heater I
SEEING A WALT DISNEY with tank. Phone 2M3
CARTOON FEATURE Its LEARN TO FLY
BUSINESS PERSONAL "7
Mickey Mouse Viewer IN 8 EASY LESSONSGovernmentApproved I;
And Film Strip I In Cf U-'EHA: TIIl"l'rsn and hauling School
Color .... V-i- Louis AtI"rjun. I'hon" 27i2>> At4 r.
Continuous Enrollment
Extra Film Strips With
Story 25c LOST ,j VETERANS!
A Gift Box, Viewer & : Ask Us About the G. I. PlanF.
M-iIASsi lost, near The Hi-xull
And 13 Color $O Qff Winritaw> return to Mlikey tiO'o.: O. Joyner E. T Denham
Film Strips!...?........ '. I'. 0. Hi.X 7. \enlrr '

ALPHA MUSIC SHOP FOUND J & J AIRCRAFT, INC.

AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS
f 11 W Venice Ay*. Phone 2661 Opposite Gulf Theatre MFF. painted white, on the outside
Registered PHILCO Radio Dealer Hue, ln.lde. 12 feet 1' rig-. at Venice VENICE 2551 P. O. Box 291 SARASOTA 6306
nlit. Phone 2931.BUSINESS. VENICEA.

PERSONALS
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largo trnotir-Mm trailer Thoa J.
VENICE, FLORIDA )1-.11.: Phone 26:1 A. GRADE


Homeutes On Bay And Gulf *- Investment Properties REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WESTERN BEEFDOLE

Acreage Farms Rentals
Choice Bay Location

RICHARD H. GEDNEY 127' Frontage three bedroomstwo SLICEDPINEAPPLE

liathn. Unfurnished at ct1 19c

leg4a4 .d REAL ESTATE J34.h.s $35,000


POX 261 Phone 8311 250' Read Frontage 150' Bay DEERFIELD

afrfflfo Venice, Fla. Frontage Three bedrooms t ASPARAGUS 29cNO.
baths Quest house S rooms Can
1 bath 50 citrus trees
Furnished at CAN 2 For CRANBERRY Can
$37,500 SPINACH 19c|SAUCE 29c


Four bedrooms, two baths APRICOT
The Servants room and shower 3:.
Two wells on property. Completely PRESERVES :; 29cQt.
furnished, ready to live
PALM BEAUTY SHOP In Possession on payment of
purchase price of Bottle I Del Monte Lb.
$30,000 CLOROX 1&I COFFEE 43c

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208 St. Augustine Ave. H. N.e Wimmers FINE QUALITY
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VENICE VENICE REALTOR, FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE 4Can 39c




CLOSEDTEMPORARILY' "24-Hour Service" Lowe's Grocery


VENICE TAXISERVICE 221 West Venice Avenue Phone! 2091

"It Pay To Trade At A Home-Owned Store"
Phone Venice 2115 or 3461
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Page Six
SHALL STORM WATER BE I It has been
ft *l WATER WORKS estimated by
Visitors War .
AIR SHOW Winter DISCHARGED INTO A Assets AdmlnlstrauOll"

Asked to RegisterIn (Continued from Page 1) SEWER DESIGNED TO CAR- surplus r
i (Continued from Page 1) A. Berkowitz of Arcadia, district cest the government more,
have been received yet from the RY SANITARY SEWAGE
f C. of C. BookHotel sanitary engineer of the South- $150..000,000 are sated in
Millard Flort4.
imitation sent to Governor Florida Health District, ONLY. ..
j Caldwell or from the request madeto and apartmAit house operators western Berkowitz also informed Cas- -
showed in Venice for a confer- classif'edFIREWOOD A,
up Cell
the War Department through of Venice and Nokomisare with Caspersen- in re the persen that Dr. W. L. Wright, new 1\eI11nI
Senator Claude Pepper for a visit asked by Harry Beach, secre- ence head of the Sarasota County

Armistice Day by the famed tary of the Chamber of Commerce, water works.It the. state department of Health Unit, has advised him he

"Pacusan Dreamboat" or other to call guests' attention to the registration seems health recently showed a plant to visit Venice soon to makea ,
Army Super Fortresses and book maintained at the public personal inspection of health and
decided interest in Venice's water
planes Beach said an excellent C. of C it sanitary facilities here and to con-
l so that
works set-up-enough The
aerial show already] is assured. "If visitors to our communitywill sent a letter of warning to H. S. fer with city officials finest quality tf/
I Pilots from all parts of FlorIda stop in and register," Beach
councilman and at that firewood
Bowden fat
have signified their Intention said "it will be helpful to all concerned pine _
water
its time a member of the city
." of coming here Armistice Day particularly to people who board.Berkowitz'. "Ma" Bean'sA full and honest
he said, "to take part in the many call at our office in an effort to visit to Venice was meatun
I contests being arranged for the friends believe Delivered
get in touch with they to
of follow-up to your dtbr
afternoon's program which also here"First in the nature a Homey Place To ,
are visiting
the
While discussing
will feature acrobatic flying registrants in the C of C that letter. Drink and Dance
Your
Cas
water works situation with order will
+ .guest book this season signed up also took Leap
persen the state engineer "COME IN"Open
| Mr. and Mrs
\Vcdnesda\ They are predated.
Sec.
I occasion to call attention to
I George Stauch of Montague, Mich., Every Diy and NightOn
III of the Flor-
EQFIT tion 10 of Chapter
: ,who are staying at the El Patio
t' ida State Sanitary Code, which Venice Avenue Jack Denison
!11"tel.i reads in part as follows: East of the Tamlaml Trail

.. SHALL BE Phone 2832
.. "NO SEWAGE "BEER TO TAKE OUT" VENICE
YOUTH CENTER DISCHARGED INTO ANY

SEWER DESIGNED TO CAR

(Continued from Page 1) RY STORM WATER, NOR

Pi.At[,ice a Gerry meeting Pcstotnik called by last Chief Tues-of I' CANDY! CANDY! CANDY! !!

... (i"i\' night. and held in the Chamber CHOCOLATES

ol Commerce office with about I HOLLYWOOD )fIII.. IN...in Hmr: ornmrreum; Itarpl-rr',
n-1, I, Mrulnl/ I 1'1"1'| I Ixtarhl.i (tomeI'I n -
KEEP fit and enjoy doing 30 persons in attendance 1"GlwnUm1 \: Apartment Hotel .. ,,till II It I.'PI"'rnilnt trvtu iirfiilt, I Itin 1',
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Committee' was "' ]" I1.i Vprliv.t 1..r"hlll..I1I.hn. Cum I
It. If you'we never bowled Youth Center. 2 to 5-Room Apartments Fr.., Mh urniiKc niinmnnllln iron' .'IIIIC, ,
ed tor the form-I l. rrKm i 'r.alllohIPI"| t r.am; ( herk 'rJI3.t.lja
we'II teach you. Come alone i Representative of eight C, ,111 i-d 1 1hll"'"'.
: l'\nA IELRrl.1N
come with" your friends .inlZiitions were present and the Rooms for Transients

Alley available it all I city go\eminent was represented
Personal Supervision Qijt Shop
times. Councilman H. S. Bowden. Or-I
and their MRS. RAY PARKER
r gtinl&itions representatives 219 West Venice Avenue Vcnti,
VENICE wOre: VENICE 9471
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enice-Xokomii P.-T. A., Mrs.
I BOWLAKADEHOURS Robert Fields Mrs. A. L. Blalock

: and Mrs. Vincent B, Dixon; Ven- +++*++***+++++*+ *+*+++
411pm. weekday ice-N'okomis Chamber of Commerce IN YOUR

1.11 p. m. Sat and Sun. Carl Obendorf James High- BUSINESSAND HOME

I .. tower, the Rev. H. Mauriece Fel-

ton; Venice Business Association, ? PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY AS'A;SERVICE...

G. L. Kincaid; No-Vel Post No.

L 159, American Legion T M. ,100% SOFT WATER ATATURN

Wiede jr.; Legion auxiliary and oil 1111111111111111111111 OP.THE, FAUCET...
Women's Missionary Society of

rAre youla, the Venice-Nokomis Methodist WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE C WITHOUT s 30FTINII

\ church, Mrs. Charles Wrede; Com-

PAtI? WEAK! munity Service Club Mrs. H. S. ATTORNEYCOUNSELORATLAW

Bowden; First Baptist church Mis- TITLE TRANSACTIONSPhone
Punta Gorda 261 or 259
from'loss ofMOONMN sionary Society the Rev. D. Camp-

; bell Crawford.Mrs. .

? Bowden was authorized to Dr. H. J. HoeppnerPHYSICIAN

contact the Senior Women's club
Call ROBERT N. LARSEN Venice 2625
Ben's One Of The Best and the St. Mark's Guild to invite Hollywood ..Hotel ,
Apt Miami Ave.
1: Home Ways To Build Up Red Blood them to SARASOTA SOFT WATER SERVICE. INC.
t\,, appoint representatives Hra SO 12, 2 I Phone 25J1
," You girls who suffer from ilmple to the "Guardian Commit 147 Rlngllna Blvd.. Sarasota
: anemia or who low ao much during
monthly period that you are pale.feel tee" which will generally oversee -- -- -
tired weak. "dragged out"-thia may all activities of the Youth Center
I be due to low blood-Iron
,J'.,.' 60 Mart today-try Lydia E. PintJ and aid the youngsters in the VENICE FOOD SHOP
ham TABLETS one of the greatest work.
: : ,ft! blood-Iron tonics you can buy to help
1 :! build up red blood to give more Boys and girls who conprisethe
la 'I strength and' energy-to such caietPInkham Youth Centers board of directors -' H. S. BOWDEN, Owner
t i Tablet help build up the
f ma CAUTT of the blood (very important are: Gladys Bean, Mary
f by reinforcing the haemoglobin Ann Lanier, Jimmy Jones and 217 W. Venice Ave VENICE I
'Ji Ii Of red blood cellaJmt '
Andy Malanca. Members of the
.t' try Plnkham'a Tablets for 30
day-then see If you, too don't re orchestra which has volunteeredits
; 1 markably benefit All drugatoreaLydiaLPinMiam'tTABICTS. N .
services for
t- tonights dance in ? POTATOES
vl ,' clude: George Gruel Larry Warren s.

and Marilyn Mikesell.
v.! On Sale At

tl.td" THE REXALL STORE [1OLBS. 31c

Venice Florida Classified cost 25c; worth $2,50
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,+( ) CONGRATULATION Beechnut BABY FOOD Strained 3 for 24c RUTABAGAS aj


To the Members of the Venice-Nokomis P.-T. A. Independent Safety IGA %f l
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g On Their Highly Successful Hallowe'en MATCHES 2 Pkgs. TOMATO JUICE, 46-oz. cnM_ |


Carnival CELERY lOc Sunburst-No. 2'/ Can 3 39

w VENICE BUSINESS Stalk PEARS _


ASSOCIATION York Coking 3 Us. 29c OAKITEDelicious 7-oz. Pkg. 1 lOc_


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')1lGANo.. 2>/ Cam'

APPLES 2 Lbs. 1.Jt; FRUIT COCKTAIL

WHISKEY WINE BEER White House M

'' Nationally-Known Brand APPLE JELLY 12-oz.Jar 14C BAM 2 Cans 21c


WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD Del Monte e4 \ Sweetheart e

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COFFEE Lb. A for i''
SOAP 2 _


BOLS L? ORTEDY GIN 46-Oz. CanORANGE JUICE' 41c 464)z. Can V8VEGETABLE !I). .


$4 PER FIFTH 2 No. 2 Cans JUICE 1
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