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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: November 8, 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 )
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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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00039
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE GONDOLIER

"Where the Urger for Venice:

Tamiami Trait A New School

Meets the Open Road 10 Arcadia

Gulf of Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA VENICE NOKOMIS A Public Library
GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF
LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


NO. 36 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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JOINS IN Garbage Flares Dispute In City Bowlers' Meeting SIZABLE CROWD EXPECTED


RACE FOR CITY Council Session Next Tuesday NightAll AT NEW VENICE FIELD FOR

men bowlers of Venice

SEAT Eruption of a dispute over gar- and vicinity are Invited to attend ARMISTICE DAY AIR SHOW
COUNCIL bage collection In Venice simmering a meeting to be held at 8

here for several weeks, featured p. m. next Tuesday In the I Venice'sArmistice
cities
attractions in nearby ,
Building Inspector Hi- last Tuesday nights sessionof Despite competing
City Chamber of Commerce office to .
show and barbecue at the new Venice Airport
R. Ide yesterday disclosed the City council, with Thomas J. Day air
am details of the men's
arrange destined draw good-
is to a
next Monday apparently
he intends to enter the McNeil holder of the collectioncontral' .
hat winter bowling league tentatively the advance sale of barbecue -
for election next Decem- bringing the matter to a sized crowd judging from strong:
ace slated to start November
council seat head by demanding that the tickets
3 to the city cityenforce ,
er 19 t the Venice Bowlakade head the ail' -
Obondoil l
Carl '>
vacated by Councilman Its own oiclinanceMi .
dog Neil Captains of the various teams show committee of the Venice- New ShoreSubdivision
asscitul he
S. Bowden. is being unjustly Bay
I. are asked to bring a list of their Nokomis Chamber of Commerce
It .$ L. Icrstood that Bowden, blamed tor lulling to pick
squad members to the meeting which is sponsoring the event to Here
ho rec tly announced he will up refuse; material, contending that
the with them, Sponsors as well as call attention tn the fact that the
rt-clection, is backingde city: council is really to blame-
ot se
f( I 1:1Q i: post. because it has not entorl'l'Its bowlers are Invited to attend. city h.dt last been grunted the Given Approval

garbage oidinancc Selection of a successor to landing field section of the ?!- ., '
\e' Ide's entry into there l Cl lllmo og I, \ t ol.-I ol 11:?
lit also contends that his Frank Raeburn, who has re, Mi'ilH' Venice Army Au Uai-e pre- .
"ie local political pot to contract ( "llIII1I .roil,I I .n1"i, a it I I' cit "
with the dies signed his post as league secre. dl'dCI' it lisl-tnlmiU detail"] I
,oiiir with renewed fury, with cIty not require ( III I 1'1''l'l'rl\I ,I ICW \t'
of both Thomas J. Mc- him to pick up pipei 1101'is tary, also will be made at the I'mel'tlllU D| his group nt the C olC 'lIbdl\>11111. the "nilSht," u
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1'1)) Frank Raeburn, who had he liable fur collection of either I meet,ng. lit night Lion ot Venice todui I, .I.

,reI anounced they would garbage 11 rubbish u the me not \IMSM to the field and all ready for marketing

eek I" it, asserting the build- 1 placed m separate and "suitable" I hock will bt tire. with barbecue It is located along the 'I '"'aHutrhttt

in :---- ie lor is being supported contulnt'l'S. CLEAN-UP WILLENDTOMORROW ;I'll,,," selling for $1 ctuh The I deck just vve*< ,' the

d puard Asks Clarification I Ttimlami Trail and is being \i\el

y No Comment McNeil asked the council to I STORES TO CLOSEIn oped| by J. E. Bartlett, vvlo hi'

Neithc Raeburn nor McNeil, cldiify the garbage collection situation I observance of Armistice extensive Venice and Fi U]won),'

Alter perusal of the garbage real estate holdings, fir ,.11:, u,
[both re ded as "anli-admmis- Day, virtually all stores, the local
ration to speak, would comment ouliiuiiice, the council agreed Residents of Venice were reminded schools, the Venice.Noko. Alexander Muiphy and TOLl L ,

( on reports that one of them that it did, indeed, require householders today that tomorrow will mil bank, the post office, and nior of Venice Lanier and Muipl 1

'ould withdraw[ and throw his to provide and Use two be the last day of the ""Clean-Up' city office will be closed next plan to sell eight of the 10 hue

upport to the other in an effort separate containers, mc fat garbage Diive sponsored by the Venice Monday lots, each of which hm n vatci
I und the other In rubbish Business Association and their frontage of at least 100 feet fuhighclass
stt: the so-called
splitting of
[to instructed Chief of Police H. S. Bowden president
"liberal"* vote, They 1 last chance to have tree trimmings. residential purpose
the Venice Nokomis Chamberof
However close to both Gerry Pestotmk to take Immediate etc picked up flee of charge, The two lots close to the Trail
a source Commerce announced that
I slips to see that this provision of G. L. Kincaid, chairman of the they plan to sell as a motor court
: that McNeil who
men preted all local service stations have
the ordinance is enforced.However .
V.B.A, board of governors, said all site.
holds the city garbage collection McNeils agreed to close from 11 a. m.
in answer to such trash the curbs has had
placed on Bartlett already a !xix
[contract. may withdraw from the demands for further "clarifica- to 4 p. m. Monday. John Wood I ii
before 8am. tomorrow will be foot channel dredged in Hatchett
tee, rather than risk the chanceof tion," the council refused to take ard, of Woodard's Luncheonette I
sometime during the to
picked up Creek, paralleling the propcity
seeing the council seat go to beyond telling McNeil announced hit establISh.
any action day. I i make the lots accessible for smallboats
to get together with Chief Pestot- ment would be closed Monday,
Ide.That In addition to the truck and j
il no one else enters the
Continued Page 2) too.
( on crew donated by the city, through Both city and county have approved -
race, Ide l< almost certain to capture I
Councilman George Higel, city the plat of the subdiv' ,; nand k
the 'conservative" vole, was Nokomis Garage may be obtained from any mem-
superintendent of streets, the V. the lots will go on File soon'.
forecast by interested observers ber of the Chamber of Commerce.
Reopened ByWashington B. A. has made arrangements to Laniei and Murphy said. '
It was also pointed out that Ide, No-Vel post and its auxiliary of
have additional trucks and men
like Raeburn, Is a Legionnaireand Man the American Legion, at The
all curbside
available to pick up Legion Auxiliary
it was suggested by some that Formal opening of the Nokomis trash. Rexall Store, and at various other

that may have had something to Garage, on the Trail across from City Truck business houses in Venice and Nokomis I Names Officers

do with ha: entry Into the race, in Nokomis Lodge, took plate this Under V. B. A, direction, the Mrs Ann Surls was elected

view of the fact that many of the week, with George T. Devlin, sr, city crew worked this afternoon Free Rides president if the auxiliary of No-

new registrants at the city hall formerly of Washington, D. C., as and will be on the job tomorrow Numerous free airplane ides ) Vel Post No. 159! of the American

these days are veterans. the new owner. until noon. Hi gel explained that I will be given to holders of lucky Legion at a meeting held last Tues-

All citizens are reminded that Devlin, with more than 30 years the city would have been glad to barbecue tickets. Serving of the day evening at the home of Mrs

they must register at the city hallwithin of automotive repair experience furnish greater co-operation in I barbecue will start at 12 noon and Alice Lumley.

the next two weeks if they will specialize in work on Chry- this connection, but that the truck will continue until 4:30: p.m. It is j Other officer chosen were::

want to cast a ballot in the De- sler products. Assisting him will be and men have been kept busy aid- being sponsored .by the Legion and Mis Margaret Tale first vice-

cember 3 election. his two sons, George ji", better I ing in the improvement of Venice its auxiliary. president: :Mis Ruth KuvKendill.

known as "Red," and Wally Beach, and in the extension and The Legionnaires also are spon- second \lre-picsideiit: Mrs. Mae

Venice Bowlers Win George is a carburetor specialist shelling of The Esplanade from coring a dance in the K.MI. gym Wiccle. secretary: Mrs Eve Sharp

Close Match and all-aiound mechanic Wally\ Venice avenue south to a connection :Monday night, starting at 9 p. m. treasurer: Mrs. Carolyn Felton.

I From will handle outside work at the with Granada avenue. Music: will be furnished by Jack chaplain: Mis Irene \\iede, assistant ,

Bradenton Team garage. Also at work there will be This work, as well as the installation Finney and His Clubmen. of Sara- chaplain; Mrs Enrica Dempsey -

Negro lubrication of curbs along the west and :Mrs Thclma Smith, scr-
Charlie Bcasle
,
Coming from behind to win the
side of The Esplanade, was com- sota.The geuntsatarmsIrs.: Josephine
final game and overcome a 72-pin expert of 19 years' experience. program at the field Arm-

lead, Venice bowler last Sunday Although the garage hours will pleted yesterday. Plenty of park- istice Day will get under way at Pcstotnik historian.

night eked out a close 2498 to 2490 be'fiom730a: m. to 9 p. m., emergency ing space is now available at the. noon, with the Sarasota high I,

victory over Bradenton in a three- night calls\ will be handled, beach. school band set to entertain those Train ScheduleTo

game match played on the Venice Devlin said Now installed or ready casino Fraank at Raeburn the beach, operator, will of start the I who come early to partake of the Change SoonA

Bowlakade alleys. for installation are several model weekends beginning barbecue and to Inspect the three change in Seaboard train

t The Bradenton keglers, T. Rapone pieces of equipment not usually\ keeping(Continued open on page, 5) I 000-foot. paved runways, and schedules, although not effective
,
Davis, Mills, Smith, and A found in small-town garages, Including the various buildings recently acquhed until next month, was announced

Rapone, took the first a brake drum lathe that by the city from Uncle Smith Venice
two games, EVENTS yesterday by Harry -
t but the local bowlers, paced by will enable the Nokomis Garage to I COMING I Sam. agent of the railroad.

Guy Curwood's 210 high game of offer a complete one-day brake Airport Unique Starting December 12, the

the evening, and Anchor Man Jos- service. Friday, November 8 The Venice airport is unique in northbound morning train will

C Mrtl 185 game, came through to Devlin plans to make his per- 8pm", Youth Center dance, that it Is the only one on Florida's leave Venice at 8 a. m., instead of

win the match. The Bradenton manent residence In Nokomis andis Community Hall.Saturday Gulf Coast that can boast of hav- 6:45: a. m. It will reach Tampa In

squad defeated the locals in a similar now constructing a home there. November ing a fine bathing beach at the time to connect with the AdvanceSilver

C match at Bradenton two weeks Lost day of "Clean-Up Drive. western edge of its field. Meteor streamliner to the
1(0 No More Drivers'Examinations Monday, November 11 Two planned features of the north.

Series totals for the VenetiansWere Here 12 noon to 4:30 p. m., Armistice day's program had to be droppedthis Beginning the following day,

t as follows: Bob Warren, 519; next week, drivers' ex- Day air show and American Le- week when Governor Millard December 13, the train from Tam-
Starting
Guy Curwood, 555: Paul Nave will be given gion barbecue at Venice Airport. Caldwell regretfully advised the pa will arive in Venice at 5:20: p,
f63 aminations no longer dance at K.M.I. of C. that previous com-
Legion local C. a
; Gene 9pm ,
Burkett, 428, and J. J. the State Highway Patrol at m., instead of 5:40: p, m.
by attend the Orlando
t basset 533. gym mitment to
the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Tuesday, November 12 Armistice Day celebration POSTPONED

Ie Commerce, it was announced yesterday 8 p, m., P,-T.A. "Back-to- ed his acceptance 'of prevent-I Because of Armistice Day, the

School Night" at Nokomis school.I invitation to be the guest monthly meeting of the Venice
WeatheRr"PERATUAE
I Instead those wishing to take club scheduled for
8 p. m., men bowlers' meeting here. Senator Claude Pepper wired Shuffleboard ,
the tests are to apply to ExaminerC. Chamber of Commerce office Robert S Baynard that the War next Monday night, has been post-

a, Date { RAINFALL J. Hutches at the court house in 8pm., Youth Center meets, I Department declined to send Su- poned to the evening of Monday,

tri. Nov High LDw Inches Sarasota from 9 a m to 5 p. m. and other December 9, it was anonunced yes-
Hall.
army
- gat.:: I 86.-.0 el games, Community per-Fortresses
env: .== :: : : Wednesdays and Fridays Alice Lumley
710.00 Mrs. ,
": Nov 1 Mondays, Thursday, November 14 planes here, as he had requested terday by

A.eduv< ;: s _::.": is U ee'r"-.ooo 70.--: gg:: : Instruction books, however the local, 8 p. m., St. Mark's Guild card because it had recently adopted a president.
obtained at
T1t'N; 'v.s1- may still be party, at home of Mrs. Ain Surls. (Continued on Last Pail) ,
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Page Two VENICE GONDOLIER rI Friday, November 4IW



I GARBAGEContinued Two Negroes FinedIn Jesse Cohen FINED, operator of a tav- Gas on -Stomach;

PETE EDGE ( from Page 1)) City CourtIn ern in the Venice Negro Quar- Relieved In 5 minutes or

General Hauling nik in an effort to threslt the mat- ters was arrested during the past wt double JOur money back
war au rIA I .
Fixing Up Yards ter out. city court last Monday, Mayor week by Night Officer Herb Han- proorli o the mw'c'old Iw.r:-den pr"l.e
BLACK DIRT AND SHELL .
Phone Venice 2012 Dissatisfied McNeil the next day Clyde V. Higel dismissed with chey on a charge of selling liquorin Mete"k"' RI LsUlre.Ire-mr' Nell II, ":,Mop br1p";,:" le te.ell"+.

retained Attorney Marlon A. Bras- warnings James Sharp 15-year- his beer parlor without a license t":".or:: W e 'drugelsu our waiar, ht .. nWti"ye a a t

'I well as his legal advisor and pre- old local youth charged with dis- Taken before County Judge

. 1 pared a half-page advertisementwhich charging firearms within the city Forrest Chapman in Sarasota, Cohen On Sale at

( appears on Page 2) to limits the bullet having struck a police reported, pleaded guilty THE REXALL STORE

WOMENTHEIR tell the citizens of Venice his side neighbor's house in the Edgewood and was fined $100 and costs. Venice, Florida

'I1 of the controversy district and John Werner, who .

I While the garbage dispute fur- pleaded guilty to running a stop NOW READY

nished most of the fireworks, another sign at the Tamiami Trail and FOR OCCUPANCY wslr}go-Nowle I.
1 important feature of the Venice a\enue.

IN I councilmanic session was the Two Negroes, Kendrick "Boy Valencia ,

mission by Finn Caspersen, Savage" Amons and Annabelle

'man of the new water SUb-I Baxter who pleaded guilty to disorderly Il
the first real water works
conduct charges were
liD's' since the
prepared city
fined $15 and $10, respectively! b>' 432 Armada Road South
| the $150000 property last }'ear.I .
the ma 'or. They were arrested

Were Never Meant To I Two major recommendations last Sunday by Night Officer Herb VENICE, FLORIDA
j. were made to the council by Cas- REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHED
after that
Hanchey an argument
; t Suffer Like This! pcisen. (1)) that the city immediately reached the slapping stage Each unit contains living room, bedroom (twin beds), Dinette
kitchenette and bath.
4 r I sell an extra S10000 worthof
Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218 Venice
for Florida
Here's
tip
certificates it has
the revenue Classified cost 25c; worth $2.50
A, ."'j women troubled by | "n hand. .to provide funds for ,.
\ Nervous T Tension ,
e/ "
and r' possible emergencies, and (2))
Irritability I
that the "optional" water rate recently -
Tired (
Weak ,Cranky I
Feelings due to ) ; i i'mlddll'ICI' | instituted by the city water I AMERICAN LEGION
i; department be discontinued at the
'"
t .. I I end of this jear.N'o i No-Vel PostARMISTICE

If the functional "mlddle-asc" action was taken by the

period peculiar to omen make*\oa I! council as a result of a suggestion I

: 'uterfrom: flashes.touchy.high- I made by George Bolts, council ,
strung weak. nervous feelings, try I DAY
president that the matter be delayed -
;. "
i Lydia,Plnkham Vegetable Compound -
to relieve such symptoirs. I until the next meeting when
I
Taken regularly-this great medicine the city attorneys, who were absent -
(.. ,:t.1': < helps build up resistance against I last Tuesday night are expected -
such middle-age" distress. DANCE
to be present.
1 Thousands Upon Thousands Helped ,

Plnkham Compound Is one of the
best known medicines you can bur
for this purpose It has proved some i 9 P. MI 'til
of the happiest days of some 'omens
'.,,:I lives can often be during their I
40's. \\'e urge you to give Pinkham's a Monday November 11
J trial. Just see if It doesn't I II
I help too Its also
-bit you a I
V treat stomachic tonic I K.M.I. GYM VENICEMusic

Io'yc I ,
e. jJ 1uunJ K CLUBLADIES

\ VEGETABLE COMPOUND I by Jack Finney and his Clubmen
ARE WELCOME
On Sale at Open 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Tickets
75c Each
I,. Sundays 1 p. m.0 t p.m. On Sale at The Rexall Store
THE REXALL STORE 111 North Nllllu St. Venice
I J. F. KEYS BEN DUNN
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Seven! weeks ago I suomitted the low bid $66 per week for garbage rrvdut.ed or permitted 10 accumulate, shall provide one 01' more "ull.hlo' r, .,' rs
collection In the city of Venice and was awarded the contract by the city council ruck therf4w. FA-01 each tenement houMe. an defined by rdinance.... there "h.II" II .m
receptacle f"r each finoI'. and al levee one for every three families '. ark
a tenement huuee, NIP rabbi"h "hall placed :e
or permitted to remain in such ng
That contract drawn up by the city attorneys and signed by the city and Ilium waste ruck be Puept premises) I or placed elsewhere upon then any"I street in such or receptacles sidewalk nor shall any ru'" dirt ut
myself made certain very definite, stipulations: chiefly that collections would be
made according to the provisions of the city garbage ordinance., SECTION 4. WRAPPING OF GARBAGE

,X"':,-:..lif.liillE'.thVilli.1. *',placed! In receptacles maintained for public earl in ,*
\ been
K 1 TIle contract is for picking up garbage ONLY in the residential )prexlouxly wrapped In paper

: t e district three. times a weekand garbage AND refuse daily except ... SECTION I, CONTENTS OF RECEPTACLES ..
Sunday In the business districtObviously ninii.tninll.i fur other than JrRrhRle and III wrappings shall ha '.loved In PI.
a public IlIrblll and hot "
.colle"l"n nothing but rubbish hall I I'
c.\ ptarles: .)nrri! : ';..d.I for II T1'1'; :P r"l ljl 1'1"1'' collection I and neithere herex, ;' '*.
iul "H
HecllVn. '"" receptacles provided for | >llc gnrbuii r
$66 per week wn a more than reasonable figure, when you con'S ai
r eider that In return I hid to furnish not only a large truck, gas and oil, a driver
at least one assistant In order to provide service. I could
a satisfactory You will note that the for wrap'and
placing of I
paper, other than that required
t only contract to do the work at that low figure because I knew I could sell the
In
garbage, ping garbage OR REFUSE receptacles Is specifically prohibited. The city

also, In effect, prohibits householder or business men from burning the pap r.

For Its part, the city agreed that garbage collections were to be made In How then, do you get rid of your old newspaper and waste paper? (AlK the

accordance with provisions of the existing city garbage ordinance. city councilmen they make the laws,)
f

1 THAT CITY ORDINANCE. IN EFFECT THEN AND AT THE PRESENT However|, piper, If 'It 'II reasonably'clean and If I haul It to Tampa, can biM.eSj.l'
TIME SETS FORTH CERTAIN VERY DEFINITE REGULATIONS INCLUD. offered to pick It up If 'It were placid' betide the garbage
y ING: THOUGH I AM TERMS
NOT REQUIRED TO DO SO UNDER THE
OF MV CONTRACT WITH THE CITV.

1, Only "garbige" shill be placed Ina
garbage can (The dictionary defines -
"garbage' .1: "Offal; refuse ANIMAL I or VEGETABLE matter, as from Ever since I began collection of garbage though I had to contend
kitchen, or stor..") with numerous violations city for
of failed
the 'law moeuy'b.caus. the has -
years to enforce Its own ordinance and few people know what their obligatlonlar.
2. ., t In return for free
SEPARATE receptacles must be provided by the owner er tenant, (1) collection of their garbage.
for garbage and (2)) for other refute (such is tin cans, bottles, etc.)

I have tried 'In vain to obtain the necessary co-operation. In many of the

Here ire the exact words of the ordinance (In part): council mOlt flagrant violation e"ei Failing 'lilt Tuesday night I appealed to the city
to Cio and publicize' the garbage collection' regulation and to clear
SECTION 1, RECEPTACLES FOR GARBAGE up the .
The
,
permitted wrier in accumulate egret: : lessee, or occupant ol any building where garbage In produced air
shall
lain Much |provide one i>r more receptacles therefor and shall main
tmle shall receptacle b. made of In metal gad:condition shall he .watertight u that the; shall same be will provided not leak with Each close such ""'1'. I got, 'Instead, a "brulh.off". The council washed IU hands of the "'Itter,
a fitting
.:h\r'b\ \prut; ;'I l''dIl":' have I suitable a capacity handles if not less than five nor more than Un gallons and except for Instructing the chief of police to see to 'It that at leant the "two'
.No garbage shall be receptacle" section of the law Is enforced.
placed
or permitted *
to
remain elsewhere than In auch receptacles

?! any I, shall building h. the)provided SECTION duty 01 with''each COVERS and every FOR occupant GARBAGE or RECEPTACLES person In powiesslon or control nose' Jn1.Bd0.rnV.dyhl fulfill the terms of my contract. I ask only thlt.ln all ftlr-

all times except when garbage any In' being such receptacles placed therein' to keep or removed the same therefrom.tightly covered at councilmen thlmselv.l., played according to the rules' which wire midi by the

SECTIONS.
The owner agent lessee, or RECEPTACLES FOR :
occupant of Jrjml.es
anybulldlngo, where rubbl.h I. The responsibility for the
present confusion It theirs not mine.




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VENICE GONDOLIER 1

[jd to Hold St. Mark's Church-- Tide Tables Page Three

ird Party Services Start
VENICE
embers and friends of St.rk" Again Next SnudaySt. (Punta Rasa Correction INLET ) "In the Heart of the Business District"IL

Guild will spend an eve- Date High
l a| cards at the home of Mrs. Mark's Episcopal church of Fri., \'uv. I ... .. 1266pm.. 8.00p.m.Low

,rge Surls next Thursday No winter Venice will open officially for the Iat.. Nov 9 ... ...II:47pm.
.
,ber 14. The affair will start at season next Sunday morn 7:01a.m.1:62p.m. : .PATIO HOTEL
P i, m. Refreshments will be ing, November 10, at 11 a. m., Iun., Nov. 10 ... 1218am.: 7.Ua.m.827lMtl
when Dr. Leonard W. S. 2G711: 6. Howard Whaley,
| m.
ed. Stryker, 50p m.
Ion.. .... .
Nov.
rector, will conduct a service 11 .12Gla: m. S 40..m.T. Manager

ickets. Saris,may Mrs.be H.obtained L. Mundy from, or Holy Communion.The of ......NV u ... ;::;:!:..:.. 9.15a.m.*.* $3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates

H. S. Bowden. full vested choir will sing Wed.' No 13 ... 2:10a.m. '"."*.m. 22J West Venice Avenue VENICE
Thurs, Phone 3572
Nov. .
Timan's "Armistice Hymn" 14 |:ooam. It.44a.m.
offertory. as the Vrl, Nov. 15 4:05a.m. 1262pm.
venty-five of the nation' f

ding railroads are represented will Regular be held church at 9:45: school a. services Announcing 1
m. ,
the 1,410 cars now on order Opening ofNokomis J
h Pullman-Standard Car Man-
luring Company. RESUME SERVICES

I Resumption of Catholic church--...
I
services in the Gulf theatre here GaragePhone

ERKELEY next Sunday morning was announced .

AUTOMATIC WATER SYSTEMS this week by Father Els

lander of Sarasota. Mass will be at ON THE 2581 TAMIAMI TRAIL George T. Devlin Night Calls For
PROP.
9 a. m EMERGENCY SERVICE.
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bull.in removable jet. The impels PAINTING DECORATING
M the only moving part.
CHIAP, TO opERATE- because the Modern Valve Equipment
impeller, is smoothly machined and
artfully' balanced for highest effi.oency. .
Motor
Silence and freedom frcmnbfilion Analyzer
mean a long and trouble
free life. AND IT STAYS _
PRIMED. w Pick-up and Deliver
A wide variety of centrifugal pumps '
n now available for farm, home 0 Lubrication Service
and industry. Ask for information
at literature. Is

AYLOR: HARDWAREone Chrysler Products Specialists
Phone 2049
F. M. LANIU3
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\\1'. VENICE GONDOLIER i (IN THE ROAR I
I LIFE
I VENICE.NOK
"1 do not agree with a word you say, but I will 6JKANE CHURcH OM MtTMODIII

defend with my life your right to say it.-VOLTAIRE Esy olnt, Nokomis

r Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 314 Welt 10 H. Mauriscs Felloll, IIh1attr
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 632 Telephone Venice 2961 11 Lm'.m.Sunday Morning SC"OO
i Toung Worship
tit" MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Uo p.m. Evening Fellowship' Grout,
Servlm
j 'I NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Wednesday, 7 au p. 'n., '3tld| .
Prayer and song service sad
rl. Entered at second.claas matter June 6, 1(48, at the post office -
I { It Venice, Florida, under the Act of March S, 1879. .FIRST BAPTIsfcHURCH
t .it Nassau .t Miami,
l'i ,J! Subscription rates: One year, $2.SO; six months, $1.BO; three i Venice Avenue<
t ,. months 75c. Classified, advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 D Campbell Crawford,
words: 1 cent per word for each additional' word. 0/g 10 a.m. Blbl clam Pillar

,7 CARROLL H. WILLIAMS .- ..... Editor and Publisher *11 SO a.m.p.m,Morning til l". .servlcs'
HELEN WILLIAMS ...... ,..- ...__._..._____._ Office MsnsgerJrfL 7'SO p,m. Evening '.rYlce.
-- II m, ,
I p ayernservice.7.e a'*.m
those who believe that publicityor -
fear of publicity-is a greater OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH
deterrent than Rev, Henry Johnson, Pans
MULLIGAN crime any system
.... GENUINE 10 a. m. Sunday School'
.. of fines or other punishment ever EA7 : oI't.,\. m : a a
;
devised They insist that "a storyin P. m.,,'prayer meeting ser *'">U; ;0IT. !
I ''j: the paper" is dreaded by many, TOES
} Because we firmly believe frank [ MARKS EPI'SCOPAL
far than
I many persons more actual
discussion leads to better understanding REWEavi CHURCH
and it
court punishment, that '
this week Mulligan is Riviera St. and Palermo Plap
is really more equitable. DP .
Leonard
W N. Mr' .
irt
I going:: to be devoted to a "head- ) Penn
4S a m. Hnn I y
4.. .: .f tche' that plagues every editor They argue: 11 a.m Morning :\.
Namely. what "news" should a "What cares a wealthy man for CHURCH
'f paper print And what "news" $500 drunken driving fine, for Instance Avenue OF GODVenice

should it Ignore Yet that same $500 fine, Rev C1. P Jornltim Pastor
I
meted out to the Negrp farm hand 10 a m. Buniiiy "sell 1, ul
: For instance, if a law violation 11 a.m. 1..hln'
M occurs. should printabihtj" of the almost certainly would mean for |l IVE SOT tD 60 ABOUND: WIT"1I4ts 7'10 p,m. I'"nrhllll.
him long of "work the Thursday 7:10: |' r,'nnc PtniA
a period on
be determined whether
t story by SKIN BuDI'i-/PANTS Act RIPPED Service-
the person involved is a citizen of city streets,' or a heavy mortgageon Friday, 7-I p.m |: nrptt,

wealth or high social standing, with his wages for months to come, 1 I I VENICE CATHOLIC' CHURCH

f, t I many influential friends, or a Negro thus punishing his innocent wife Gulf Theel. Venice Avenue
,.,:t. farm hand, say, whose only end children, too, for his trans- I friends on "big city" papers might "front.paged"' the story several Venice

( !.i friends are others like himself gression. I shake their heads in pity that The weeks ago, devoting several para- a am.a no\ C',"I.. I; I'o.o.
Gondolier has fallen to such low graphs to it.
"A 'story in the paper; advis-
0 Somehow, making any such distinction -
"1'1 is repugnant to any believer ing all and sundry of his misdeed, estate in the journalistic world that Getting back to last week's para-
he has to write such an inconse- FOR QUICK, RELIABLE
hurts millionaire and alike,
in out American creed of pauper graph, it turned out that the party
"Fair and with more nearly equal justice quential story They would be for SERVICE, CALL
Play involved didn't it "aninnocuous"
." getting, though, that "news," like regard as
For that matter should ANY VENICEPLUMBING
,
everything else, is relative. story, considering it,
.fA crime news be printed The Well, all of the above was SHOPBox
\.t Christian Science Monitor, one of prompted by an innocuous one- On a "big city" paper, for instance rather, as having been printed as

the woilds best publications, says, paragraph story that appeared in the fact that a dentist is a personal slap at him and, in any 14, Venice Phone Z1U

,; y "No," but it is unique in the journalistic The Gondolier last week, a routine opening an office certainly I event, the kind of'"news" no paper
world because of that ,item chronicling a traffic violation wouldn't rate more than a sentence should print I

stand Further, it is, in effect, a event such as occurs so many timesin if that. One more dentist POOH'S CORNERDay
We convinced him, we ,hope,
"subsidized" newspaper and canV so many places all over the na- means little, from the news stand ( Nursery for Children lull
afford to have any policy it caresto tion each day that it hardly draws point, in a large city that it was not printed other thanas r HOURS: 9 .Mondays. m. to 2.Thru. m Frdlfl

adopt, a luxury few other more than a passing glance from But in this dentistless commu- a routine story, but as to whether GULF THEATRE BUILDING

I j newspapers can afford the reader of the paper nity, we think we'll agree, such an such items should be printedat Phone 2083 for Information I

I On the other hand, there are In fact, some of newspaper occurence WAS news, so we all-well, what do YOU think? .

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}fir VENICE "ON THE GULF OF MEXICO" M1''

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Excellent Newly Furnished Modernly-
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Equipped Apartments Are Now ARMISTICE DAY



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: IN VENICE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Located Close to Our Suburb Mainland Beach
,
f Sponsored by the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of

7 These Apartments Also Are Within Walking Commerce to call attention to this city's acquisition


of VENICE ARMY AIR HELD.

Distance of the Business District.


AMERICAN LEGION BARBECUE AERIALAT

AIRPORT, 12 NOON TO 4:30: P. M. EVENTS

DANCE, K.M.I.) GYM.. 8 P. M. START 2 P. M. "
Rates From $700 to $1,850 Per Season-Address Inquiries to

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S. Baynard VENICE FLORIDA Frank D. Roebuck

PRESIDENT I PHONES OFHCE,5,1-HOMiM8.
6ALEB MANAGERiV

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November 8, 1148 VENICE GONDOLIER
Face Five

CLEAN-UP facilities "are provided at the

casino and beer, wine, soft drinks I CLASSIFIEDADS '
[ Continued from Page) 1) CHECKED RALPH WILHELM
(
etc. are ITCH
and including Armis on sale in the casino's ..liHl(
croW comfortable lounge. .er Money Back PLUMBING, HEATING
Day Free locker and shower Additional For quick relief from Itching caused bj eesema AND REPAIRS
play apparatus, as well as umbrellas (Se a word first .1 words, lo each athlete foot,scabn,pimples and other itchinfconditions "No Job Too Large No Job
tdditlpnal' word. Minimum charge, use pure,coaling medicated,liquid Too Small"Venice
benches cabanas ISo. Cash with Ad. Special rates D D.D.rmtcmrTION. A doctor formula.
If BUSINESS'T'T and other for more than one Insertion of thesame Greaeelas and....,..._ Soothes,comforts and 2315 Sarasota 70-642
conveniences will be available at the telephone (2981) up to S p. m. nroveslt.ormoneyback Duo i suerr.Ask your
AND the beach this winter Raeburn Thursday with understanding id.vertlaer drugxist today luc D. D. O. PaiiKRipTioM.
will remit payment prompt.
PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY J said. I ly.) On Sale At 5

THE REXALL STORE -
: HELP WANTED Venice, Florida REASONS WHY

FIREWOODThe increasing millions
'TT Snalp Back With

ITLLIAM LAMAR ROSE Pine Finest- Honest Quality Measure_ Fat Clerk-Typist

ATTORNEY AND I Deliver acoas -'A AC.H

ANDCOUNSELORAT.LAW 1r Meiirty I.o'ttlm.I'.rk nt
TRANSACTIONS
hone Punta Gorda 261 or 259 I Alto Operating Charter clay uffltr Il.iur. |12 daily,
I Fishing Cruller Rosemary J
at Venice Inlet Dock miliiry |.HI |>,r miinh. Applicant" !

Interviewed' \. l.thlilh at
I J.
Dr. H. Hoeppner
Designed to speedily' relieve
Jack c'lt) Hull Venice.FOR .
PHYSICIAN DenisonPhone
U' simple headache and painful
llywood Apt.HotI-Mlaml Ave. 2832 discomforts of neuralgia.

|,. |.30,12, 2.. Phone 2931 VENICE i Measured doses In powder
SALE Bowl For '=7 form for quick assimilation.

RETAI: I"i'Ill.i2: 1:1':11: 1"1111 ma t. Fun and Health n.Proof of merit. Same type for.
"WHERE GOOD i+n+ tr. "., ,'h'". (" "Ilull hut water heater U mula over one-third century.D .
with Iniik Phone 2612.T .
Bowling le a sport you'llenJoyo
MEET" Standard TT S. P. Ingredients
FRIENDS \\(1 AX"ltjl" : I"h". cherry dr"I" iport that helps laboratory tested, controlled.
10'0' hll'U walnut "viol 181,1. .
ulwe w..I..h bench and pouter. 1'hun. keep you In good physical'
B. and B. Venice 2204.IITII. condition. Drop In on n i In price range of everyone.
MOO and 25o size.
z 11.1\1115: :. .losable ten .I"'k your off-duty hours.
Bar ..r top cull, oil 29011 l.uroiue. Inquire 15aaie Point Caution: Use only aa cUrected.diiif .

(Formerly Club LaTonda) BUSINESS PERSONAL VENICEBOWLAKADE

Open I a. m. to Midnight F.
Sundays 1 p. m to Midnight
ud Bob I1.11!'I.I VI of nil kind, Open truck or HOURS 4.11 On Sale at
OatmanINVEST p m. weekdays
Dewberry Inrm. trnrt.irnn trailer Thin J.
NI.-Nell. Phone 2621. 1.11 p, m Sat. and Sun THE REXALL STORE

INSTRUCTIONREGISTER Venice, Florida
Ft4-F+.4'1 11.1++.+F
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IN A CITY WITH A FUTUREVENICE NOW
For New Closes for General
I Dance Routine, Ballet and A Privilege to Live In FloridaA

FLORIDAHomeiltes Ballroom
Dance Department Under Distinction to Live In Venice
On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties Barker-Hart and VOlt

Acreage Farms Rentals' ALPHA INSTITUTE MUSIC OF H. N. WIMMERSRealtor

311 W. Venice Ave. Phone 2663
RICHARD H. GEDNEY LOST


Rdys1.+.d REAL ESTATE Bw.44es 1.\11'-1' Clol.11 IVRIST WATCH,
with silver "",'k, H"urd. Telephone VENICE FLORIDA
r.63.
ion 261icitre Phone 3311 4
FOUND Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf
Bulldlnj Venice, Fla. 4

SklFF, painted white on t% outside
blue Inutile, 1! feet lung, at Venice
Inlet. hone 2931.

EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I



Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"J. Choice Bay Location The

I!.' Frontage three bedrooms
PALM BEAUTY SHOP
two bath. Unfurnished it
J. (Joe) G. L (Kin)
$35,000

JOSSART KINCAID
250' Road Frontage 15P Bay
Frontage. Three bedrooms 1tmthi 208 St. Augustine Ave.

Mohler Bldg. P. 0. Box 134 Guest house, I room
1 bath CO citrus treei VENICE
323 W. Venice Ave. VENICE
Furnished at

$37,500 .

Four bedrooms, two batha CLOSED
Fenanta room and ahower
Two wells on property. Completely -
furnished ready to live TEMPORARILYSmitty's
Gasoline Expected In Possession on payment of
purchase price of

$30,000H.


MomentarilyAt N. Wimmers

REALTOR
VENICE, FLORIDA Tavern

.. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT
Wolf's

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We have had no gasoline for sale since 10 a. m. WINE SPECIALSWine
Are

ursday, October 31, due to a dispute as to who is youMOWN prices are going up But Ours are coming

e legal possessor of the title to the property on ? down. We are closing out our present stock of the

which we operate. following ports sherries and muscatels at a price
from.. of

Both parties to the dispute agree that we should ItOODMrH. that will please you : All

supplied with gasoline and we understand a com- : F. I. Wine

n'.e is in the makin,. ..'. lint Of DM test Renault
Nome Ways Tt Build Up Red Blood

So at any moment we expect the Sinclair truck, Tou pie who suffer from simple ,.Garrett'sThree
anemia or who lose ao much during Sisters it
we will again be operating our station at full monthly pertoda that you are pale feel
tired weak 'dratted out"-tbis maybe
last and endeavoring to give the best service andrlananhi due to low blood-Iron- Guild
Be start today try Lydia, K Pink Roma
in the city. bain'i TABLETS-one of the greatest
blood-lroa Wales you can buy to help Valliant
build up red blood to give mote
strength and energy-In sucu cuae. Reserve
Grower's
# plBkhun'a Tablets help build up the
to etuuTT of the blood very Impor
Swiss Colony
tantl by reloforelng toe baemoglobla Fifth
of red blood cella.
WOLF'S SINCLAIR SERVICE"The Just try Plnkham'a Tablet for 30
day*-then see u you, too, don t remarkably
benefit. All drugatone. MERITO IMPORTED t 7C

Bright Spot on the Trail" aria LtlBkMIm'TASIETSOn PORTS AND SHERRIES $1. Fifth

(Dark the past WI'k. but the light will com on again- Sale At

tonight wt hope) THE REXALL STORE 125 South Tamiami Trail VENICEr

Venice, Florida


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\, .I AIR SHOWContinued and granted J. Aircraft a lease to which operate has the been new flower The for Goldenrod Nebraska la "Kentucky the state, Bronchial Cough

Made-to-Order and Alabama, officially chosen' by TIMe
( from Page 1) Venice Airport.
i -participation" policy regarding Joyner and his partner, Ed Den- the legislature of each state. Due to Cold;

local air shows. to continue to operatethe '
ham, plan Spend 45 cent today _
Expect Planet municipally-owned Albee air tore for a bolt of at ,
nUCKLltI:
I: However, planes and pilots from port, using it for smaller planes, I HOLLYWOODApartment ADIOL MIXTtnt'triple "I

cities within a radius of 150 miles but are transferring their flying I promptly to help 10 Okn up thkl!,

L -. are expected to drop In at the field school, aircraft and engine repair Hotel phlet-m-aooth.branea and eu*) hard Irritated thra| O

I during the day, Inasmuch as post shops, rental planes, and head- 2 to 5-Room ApartmentsRooms Try It the very host tin coughing scold" *
) ers 'advertising the event were at the In a wracking .lubboMl ..
t quarters to the main hangar coUgh... ,
!
lcii' .: I for yourself how O I
flown to various towns during the Venice Airport. They also have Cod sad tftttll,
for Transients I. for cough du I( cold .
!
ttl past week by Floyd Joyner of J. leased from the city two large adJoining LEY'S CANADIO 31IXTCBg Gtt

I .. steel, concrete-floor warehouses Personal' SupervisionMRS. the US.A. -TODAY_III dries,

RAY PARKER h
"Ma" Bean'sA The city council last Tuesday On S:le At
The shape of your face -
VENICE 9471
the local Legion post THE REXALL
whether it ii round or heart- night granted STORE
shape or long determines to Homey Place To a $10 per month lease on the old Venice. Florida
a great extent the best way you 14th Operations headquarters, and
should weir your hair. Drink and Dance
took under consideration applications E!

.. Come In let ui advise you. "COME IN" submitted by Pat Venice Beach Casino arod.

.I. Haynes and Charles W. Kooglerfor .
CHARM Open Every Day and Night
leases on two other buildingsat
BEAUTY SALON I On Venice Avenue the field. Now gene

'f. Trixie and Luclle I East of the Tamlaml Trail Air events of the Armistice Day OpenWeekends el
223 W. Miami Ave. Venice
1 Phone 2811 I "BEER TO TAKE OUT" show will start at 2 p m.. it was red

I announced bC. of C. Secretary
,
1 r I ... Harry A Reach including small leSt
So ''t'r/lIl1/ Nile plane exhIbitions. a dead-stick StH

m L 2! '1:( i fI CHILDREN'SR Kinding firm contest. and bomb air race dropping auob.tic (We Will Be Open Armistice Day, Too) II stee


t ACTION BOOKS"How I See The New Venice Reach
1 :onel
Venice Bowlakade
Tinkle Got Her Bell"

Pocket Dolly Book Women's League Ample Parking Space
I Insaa
c' Shoe Book ::1 Free Public Lockers and Showers

Team W L Pins
I'I ,iI'r I' "I. II I .
ALPHA MUSIC SHOP WINE COLD DRINKSS A
I tlw< ';I '1II' Wi 0 BEER -
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W Venice Avt. Phone 2681 Opposite Gull Theatre ,. ,..1.\ d ,; ,. ,. .- ebIt.
PHILCO Radio Dealer ,
Registered ,
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GRANADA COURT APARTMENTS .10 f..it,d1''If r 111'I"lr. ::1 ti. d. elIn
(Formerly Bungalow Court) AVERAGES ,
(Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan
Reservations Now Being Accepted League Secretary) I SAY-'AVE
( ''MI I. -I'It.oi.r Ink\ 1 1r 1';'. 1
so f
District 1\ .1 I, Tnill! "lurk
3 Blocks From Gulf Beach 2 Blocks From Busmen r \l.d1
1'1.1,1.\ u".1| I I SEEN 'ISLORDSHIP
1\111 1 k. ndiill Trail r "lark I}" YOU
Fourteen completely-equipped house-keeping units, newly reconditioned 1\ .
irr ti\ I I"slnkndr: II+ ech
I ..11 and redecorated throughout. Each unit consists of \in.*,r \\f 11 :
living room, bed room (twin beds with Innerspring mattresses), t'I',I rjm Trullr Park 11M ?
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1',01"M 11'If
dining room, kitchen and bath with private front porch and rear I'"i.ii \'. Tr..II.r lurk II Ili:'
entrance: four units have two bed rooms All face on attractively ,t "-iirlK aim lirlll 1111
.IIf1''I. \\olfn .. n'
landscaped sunlit patio. 1114"nlih
,," It.N lakad. .. lloiirIIn
X For Rates and Further Information Write P. B. Box 611, 1'1, I. s..t\\..".... I">>
01al
VENICE, FLORIDAMR. Itrharh: : N.nli Karl': ,:,win.l : .. tun 1111::! Introducing
AND MRS. M. A. BRASWELL, Owner-Managers \.lrl.lI1. 1'111111 rrllJ; . III" '"
1\1111"111.,1'111111 trlll; ... ... IW GRIMES E BUTLER
: : T..rdIoIlIl', l'arl'e: 1001 Ini
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"Halt. It.m-lakale H. 'W prwar lUll nh Mitt 0.130 r
: : K, ah r, N If'a ]ii'.Is 1. M_. Mitnr!) .w.. M h. ..,rt..pr..
II"rr:;! ,'I th. F'a.rl'r: =:" lof .... >. .prMKftntriiit w.... lor turn. wen hol
Part. Fnrl: o lost ., ,ru,1npo"' ," li=spneate.rx.ow" '
Now //I". burn. 1'1110" nrl1l lot he ".,1otI ttviwit ihiouca the CtnulMir W t
Open \i. Purl. Palm trill; III'
V. ,Inll. \\'"lfH II I
.I..n.... ..wliikml". ;psiLlnnlahl JIM PONDER'S .
IIl1k"r. N.-il, ."....KI ;
I. ll'ivliikiiil pi PACKAGE LIQUORS -
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1 1Toii, DINING ROOM VENICE FOOD SHOP the


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BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER BOWDEN Owner
l H. S. soci
8 a. m. to 10 a. m. 12 to 2p.m. 5p. m.to8 p. m.

217 W. Venice Ave. VENICE brAl
Closed Every Monday
AlVt

1 Mile North of Venice, on the Tamiami Trail Yellow Large ONION Pigl

4 PHONE 2872

S SS 1I, S 3LB$ IOC d?,

) AILIUX-MI-IF-1 1B .
ar
14.E J. & J. AIRCRAFT, INC. seof

5 Lbs ..... -
FLOYD PILLSBURY -------
JOYNER E. T. DENHAM FLOUR =: tit

10 Lbs. _______......:::.
P. O. Box 291 N
VENICE
2551
SARASOTA
C306
f VENICE E

.,?t i Operators Of 46-0z. Can VVEGETABLE.JUICE 29c BAH 2 Cans 2It C alSI

No. 2 Can __ n1tt
14c

6a Veil iceAirport Beechnut Strained a IGA-No. 21/a Can 3& tI,

FRUIT COCKTAIL
BABY FOOD 3 for 24c ____
'> N5c
Delicious .

CELERY Stalk 1 Dc APPLES 2 L= C

A

Del Monte 3 c

COFFEE Lb. 42 RED GRAPES 2 lb S c


3 Paved 5,000-Foot RunwaysWith CARROTS GREEN GIANT Z

Bathing Beach Adjoining Field Bunch l IOe PEAS can


Air-Taxi Service Planes For Rent ORANGE JUICE DOMINO 2 N Cans ;


Hangar Space For Rent

Aircraft and Engine Repair Shop PINEAPPLEJUICEDOi.WT17!( lI I


Texaco Aviation Products a. I

We Have 'WESTERN Native aPlenty
Government-Approved Flying School BEEF C. J. Riden01lI 1
BEEF PORK
of Mn alls
"ONLY % MILE FROM DOWNTOWN VENICE" Market
POULTRY and VEAL






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