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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 22, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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"Where VENICE the 2 GONDOLIER

Tamiami Trail esuce Urges for Venice:

A New School
Meets the Open
Road to Arcadia
Gulf of Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA
GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS A Public Library

far- LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD

|OL. 1, NO. 38
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS



(PARKS CIRCUS Service Union Thanksgiving LAST OF HOMES 'Cowboy Cop' COUNCIL OKAYS




(O GIVE VENICE service Annual' of local union Scheduled churches Thanksgiving will be BEING SOLD BY Named by frequent By CityIrked complaints 12 ADDITIONAL

that cattle from nearby ranches
)E PUBLICITYDirectors held at 8 o'clock next Wednesday have gotten Into the habit latelyof

the Venice-Nokoml evening, November Methodist 27, at VENICE HOUSESMarking Invading Venice gardens as STREET LIGHTSInstallation

a result of their owners' Indifference .

of the VeniceNoomis church. to where the cows wan.

Chamber of Commerce, There will be special music the final phase of der, the city council last Tues. of new street

eeting in a regular session at by the choirs of the Methodist their plan to liquidate their day night "took steps." lights in 12 different locationsin

jieCofC. building last night, and the First Baptist churches, improved property holdings in After a search of the city ordinances the city, as recommendedby
this city-holdings that only a Pes-
Chief of Police Gerry
jrere advised by President H. with a short message to be given disclosed that heavy
year totaled 42 homes- and
i Bowden and Secretary Har-, by the Rev. H. Maurlece Felton, ago financial penalties can be Imposed totnik and Florida Power
Venice Houses Inc. this week
ordered
officials by
Light was
A. Beach that the Sparks Methodist pastor The Rev. D. on the owners of straycows ,
began sale of their final unit the council last Tuesday
to aid Campbell Crawford, of $5 for city
ircus has promised in patter Impounding each
of 12 houses in the Edgewood
its regular meeting -
ublicizing the name of this the Baptist church, alto will district. cow and additional fees for night during

participate 'In the service. costs and feeding-the council. .
My. George Higel, local superintendent The council also decided to call
[ James Edgar, general manager Everyone Is welcome to at. men told Chief of Police Gerry
tend. said the firm still has exten- for new bids to collect garbageand
I the circus, which has estab- Pestotnlk to appoint "someonewith
sive holdings in this district including refuse, with the offers to be
shed its winter quarters at the a horse" as a special' of.
numerous lots in Venice submitted by December 2. (See
Venice airport, said "Venice, Flor- ficer to round up the vagrant
and Englewood and more than city's advertisement on Page 8)),
a"1 not only will appear on all Venice cattle .
Slated to 30000 acres of unimproved prop- A collection policy of"eer>thing
[ ationery of the circus, but would Complying Chief Pestotnlklast
erty in various parcels south of in one can" has been adopted by
painted on its wagons before Observe A QuietThanksgiving here. Wednesday swore In Robert the councIl.

e i show embarks on its tour of Curry as "a cowboy cop," prom.
A third feature of the evening
liore than 20 states next spring. The company was founded by lilng him $5 for each head of
Day (Continued on Last Page) was a semi-wrangle between mem-
| Edgar also volunteered to have stray cattle he brings to a special council
Attorney
bers of the and City -
sloganprobably "Where the Thanksgiving Day promises to More Volunteers corral the city will build Lamar Rose over the water

amiami Trail Meets the Gulf of be observed quietly in Venice this near the municipal water works works, brought on when Finn Cas-

-painted on the circus year, with most local folk appar- Needed for Sewing persen, chairman of the municipalwater

quipment, as well. ently centering their plans on attendance board, recommended that

Boy Scout Drive at the season's final per- Although the Red Cross sewing Women Keglers the city pay about $GOO in per-

The directors listened to brief formance of the Rmghng circusat group will not hold its regular I sonal property taxes on the water

talks by Fred Treat of Bradenton Sarasota next Thuisda Thursday morning meeting at the .
> Start 21-Week plant past due to the count). but

}nd the Rev. B. L. Bowman, pas- The Venice-Nokomis bmk, the Venice-Nokomis Methodist church attempt to seek at least partial reimbursement -
next week, because of Thanksgiving -
OI' of the First Presbyterian post office the schools. mid virtually League MondayWith from Albert Blackburn -
Mrs Charles McG Roberts, in
hurch of Sarasota regarding theurrent
,
from whom the city boughtthe
all stores will be closed
charge of the work, yesterday issued -
eight-county Boy Scout II a total of eight teams en- water works last year for
Thanksgiving Day but the restaurants an appeal for additional vol- women
ouncil drive for funds teied, bowlers of Venice 150000.

Bowden J. T Blalock and T. J.nier herE and In Nokomis are all unteer workers. will start their 21-week handicap Delay Action

were appointed as a C. of featuring special turkey dinnersfor "We have a large quota-50 winter league next Monday night After several wordy exchanges

committee to work with local those who wish to dme out skirts and 23 dresses-to fill for at the Venice Bowlakade. Wom during which Rose expressed the

rout officials in promoting the and are making plans to care for the foreign relief work,' 'she said, en's play will be on Monday and opinion that "both Blackburn and

fund-raiiing campaign here. crowds.Advertisements. "and we need more willing work- Friday nights. (See complete the abstract company" are liable .

Carl Obendorf, chairman of the capacity eis to join us at the church on schedule and team rosters on for payment of the back taxes the

:ommittee in charge of the Armis- of Duke's Grill Thursday mornings. Page 2)Three councilman finally delayed action

fice Day air show sponsored here (which reopens for the season this Mrs Roberts said the job of new teams have been entered in the matter to give Rose time to

y the C of C., submitted are- Sunday). the Nokomis Lodge Din- knitting several girls' and men's representing J. and J. Aircraft make a formal demand upon R

rt, and the directors extended ahole ing Room the Venice Inlet Docks sweaters also has been assigned the Smitty's, and Charm Beauty Blackburn for payment of his 1

of thanks to the American local group. Wool can be called for share of the back taxes.
Woodard's Luncheonette
gion William Restaurant, Mrs. Michael Salon. The other squads represent
Lamar Rose of any Thursday morning. The new street lights, with stork

unto C. rda, who furnished the and the Palm Grill appear Evans, the knitting instructor, Nestlewood Gift Shop, Venice to start in a week
loud-speaker; to the Sarasota high elsewhere in this issue of The Gondolier : will be on hand from 11 a. m. to Trailer Park, Palm Grill, Kail's installed at the following location>

school rat d, and to all others who noon on Thursdays (Continued on Last Page) In front of city hall, foot of Venice

Idl'd.n Inking the air show a avenue; at Armada Road South

uccess, I and Granada; at Armada Road
RECORDS SHOW ONLY 150 ARE ELIGIBLE
South and Park boulevard; at Avenue -

Community Service TO VOTE IN DECEMBER 3 CITY ELECTION del Pulques and l\lencnde:
middle of alley( back of \\ooclaicl
Club WelcomesTen

150'oten are II, ,Illi V, rn" '11 Haiti II I, i';' I Ii: 1I't Eddy; Luncheonette; at Ponce de Leon
New MembersTen Approximately 'lyn 11 ,ii' fit nry Iliuikii, 1-,01': SLF I and Nassau; at Nassau and Salerno -
I I registered and eligible to cast votes 1I.lk'r. N. I II. IliriliiiC t,u 'tn, FIIIII I ,, I.n, I 111111 t IIFh
C Ids. It. E' Fh 1.1. : at Verona and Venezia Puk-
members welcomed in the December 3 municipal In-. I' I' ii'lnx, I'inn I'"ol".r. G .. .
were l ?n \ a> ; at Hnboi drive and[ Soiicnto
\.1.. ., I'l I 1' I" 'Ir. II. .Irll" ,111'\ WII''
election, it was disclosed yesterday n l II. I! t'.ilu. II \ IUi' ,..I: I
the Community ServIce 11"r..r.l. F I'a.h''I.' .'Mini, t'h, i II "nil ; on Palermo place one-hall

cl It a meeting held lastnight when a check was made of the hit untluli. I.. J. 1I..1I'rl. H\lr .... llurnmlI L I block west of the Trail; on Pensa-
registration book at the office of D .Iall"I s M mi. \li.. ,I. Him llulli HIM !1t'Ld.
ie home of Mrs. Cljdcwho 11.1..11 IMIII 'iin, I' KiMtlnir Mr 1: cola load, half-way between Nassau -
.
V. Rocss-Siede clcik I,: I I'n'Iur.. J< "Io.t lye, Thu.,.. PaltIrld | lilt. I I. I-IIIIIKH 111g.l.I ttc.t ik'
HI-, Mrs. Helga city ,
acted as hostess I ,:' MrTh., ... I 11I..h'l.h. Mi"I I Illuol. I J. .t. //Iuh.r., l'. nn. Mull' mid Nokomis; in Edgevu,, d at
,
,
Twent' .en members and four Registrations for the election a I Irn.: .Hit I'1"l''\MHIK SirsIN.sos 01). r. //1..11. i'IK MAJ.All the intei,,ection of Live Oak and

guestsThe I'e in attendance. week from next Tuesday, will close I I' IN.t,11na, t''I.. E111"0 i" 1.1. II. H I Ids.ldnl Myrtle

at tomorrow. \ Kir, : I:MIII- Mary I: T I''"- J
noon
v members ..
are: ,1..11. J J-met.
Airs nes Hightower Mrs H, Three candidates thus far have K
.
J. I K.'on. 'r.. Xuurv l\hll., n. 1'uykendnll
.Maun, ;e Felton, Miss Marian filed their nominating petitions for I V.B.A To Hold'Candidates' 11. I'. u'k'n.I"II. 11. I.. "' COMING EVENTS
I I
|Smith, Ii'S 1; E. C. Kirk, Mrs. Marjorie the post being vacated by Coun- Night ea id. L 'i"1 ..
P cilman II S. Bowden. They are: .flier 1.1I1111y, c'. ,'. I*.w.,. N. I'.'"
pas Mrs. Mary Lou Rae- '.
H JAtt. .11)11r.hlll t.cl'cll's 1 Unl.r -
burn. Mrs, L. W. Stryker, Mrs. : Thomas McNeil, Frank Racbuin, I All candidates running for :Mi*. '1'. Uuii"i'. Ii N, I.H i nilv Friday, November 22

James Dempsey, Mrs. A. F. Erden- and Hiram R. Ide. election December 3 to the city Uhniiumrn M 8 p m, Youth Center stance,
berger Inasmuch as many persons who \' M..y..m. :Mm |I' r. M.,n.. I..nun Community Hall.Saturday .
Mrs. J. Invited to address '
Webster been
Manning. council have lohlln. 1.011IUI"I\', It. 1.. Mun.l lMnnHllilil
Feature of the have registered for county and next meeting of the lll'o. Mix, llIr"hy1. November 23
meeting was announced the .
Murphy, NV. Mil IMncy. U H .Still r.
by Mrs. H. S. Bowden- state elections sometimes erroneously Venice Business Association, M:ir>: Jllll.r: 12 nosh, deadline for registering

the' reading of a Barrie play, "The believe they also are eligi- which will be held at 8:30: p. m. W. C. MtKlnmy Me. Mri n. rthi M.Cm. .'. for December 3 city election.
Old cast ballots in a Venice city km F. VMiH.kpii, t'Ivdo| | M 'Kin
ble to
Lady Shows Her Medals," by next Monday In CommunityHall l1..y. 1I.rll I Slclann.y. M Mnili., 7-9 p Army recruiting unit--
"hie Bailey Coleman of Winter election, The Gondolier herewith It was announced yesterday 1'hlll1l11. J. M.,;VII; lieU McNillOioritlu ;; free movies, .downtown Venice

Park' who was introduced by Mrs.' presents an unofficial, but correct by G. L. Klncald chairmanof Norman N Monday, November 25
B. L. of its knowledge, list p
1Iundy. Refreshments were to.the best the V.B.A. board of governors n r I'.lIr.lln. J. '"n.l"'r. II. 1'lIn.h.r. 8:30 p, m., American Legion,
served following the reading. of all persons registered up to yesterday Attain hlllliM. II 1'hllllts. Mil 1'illHullMm No-Vel post, meets at Chamber of
A
: The meeting to be devoted J, I>. fit,**. i'. J. 1t1lel1l1l1r.1.. Commerce office.
If your name does not appear affairs \,. Km,I hurn. P. Itiulmrn V'. Kllclil. '
principally to "municipal 8:30 p. m., public meeting
Hlih
I..k ItUli Ililm
'
r and you wish to void December 3. ," will be open to the pub- a Venice Business Association, Com-
WeatheRTEMPERATURES I you are urged to go to the city L. S.IKI ). :ll... I Ultra) i'i-: ...HI..,.,,1.'.
_ lic and members of the present \\' II Kuril. VI. MirlH h. Kuilrxtlll munity Hall, with city council can-
hall before noon tomorrow, Sat city council, and city depart- Sushi AlH K Stewart, L. "' )111011111I. didates to speak.Wednesday .

Date RAINFALL urday, and register.A ment heads, also' are Invited to Hurry tlJIlIoI"I11. T November :7
High Low inches A sue Tnlhit Mm. Th.lmn Trenhir,
RerluuelY, Ailorjmi take part In the discussion yore Tnll.t .\I1l1e IIII.v. K. Trllihv 8pm, annual union T1'.:'\} *-
11-1.11A. recorded ......_... .. .... ,.061 B l>. TrIIIN, Pearl lrlbbPr. 1. B "
sat. U 78 61. ?.0.00M J. T. riHlm-k. r lalnl'x'k. Edna nelln.Jllm. Finn Caspersen, chairman of Ih.impm.nH giving service of local chur"1:
: '.' 'If :::. 82 ,. :. .000 ..s B"Iie. Sire. Jamie Is"ylr. I.. municipal affairs W
S"n; N 84 _000 lIJalurk1.... W. V. Blalock. Sire. n, SBronson. the VBA's N. Wlnmieri., Mm II V. Wlm. Venice-Nokdmis Methodist churchThursday
7U.s' \uv n r. 18 : 82 :t.: _000 Amy hurler. I.lIelie 111I1"'k, committee, will submit a report mrrs. Mm V. VVIImm. II. F. \Vilt2 V.Wynne. IS
18 64 000OS Rowden. llr. H. S. Bowden, H AMIIIanm, 'lIrrllll V'III) HIM. November
II.
Thuri v: 202....._: I : "::00ft: Braes S. lIelrh.r. ('a lh.rlne Bxllry', (I. S. from his group. I J. Werner O W'...tir. Sin He" VV.... Thanksgiving Day
Total to'N"v. ," 82 66.......... 00 Bronmn Smvth nroha.nl Irrn..Dallp)' tvr Mri II E. \Velti
date this month ??_,:0:58 J. E Bartlett Virginia Brohard, Molly
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.. MONDAY, MARCH 17
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25Eirlt MONDAY, JANUARY 27
J. A J. vt. Bmlity'i. L2))
Charm Earlt vt. Charm Beauty ((1-2))
vt. Beauty ((1-1))
Neitlewood Palm Grill
vi.
(3.4)
Wolf't (3-4) )
,. Trailer Park vi. Wolf (3.4) Trailer Park vi.

II. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29! 'FRIDAY, JANUARY) FRIDAY, MARCH 21
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.. Wolf't vi. frailer Park (1.2))
Palm Grill vt. Neatlewood (1.2)) Smltty't vi. J. A J. (
(1d.23. Charm Beauty vt. Earl't
r I' Smltty'a vt. J. A J. (3.4)) Palm Grill vi. Neat 1 4) ((3.4)r )

," MONDAY FEBRUARY 3 MONDAY, MARCH 24
;
'i'1'J. ( (1.2) Trailer Park vi. Earl't (t2)Wolf't )
'i 1 Earl'a vt. Trailer Park (3.4)) Palm Grill vi. Smltty't ((3.4) vt. Charm Beauty ((3.4))

.,4 .+... FRIDAY, MARCH 28
,/ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7Earl't
t
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:F Charm Beauty vt. Wolf't (1.2)) vi. Trailer Park ((1.2)) Smltty't vt. Palm Grill (1-2))
: 't Charm Wolfe ((3.4)) J. A J. vi. Neitlewood (3.4)
: l II' Palm Grill va. Smltty't ((3.4) Beauty vi.
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.F" MONDAY, DECEMBER MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10 MONDAY, MARCH 31
': : ','fIoi Earl'i vt. J. & J. ((1 .2)) Trailer Park vi. Smltty't ((1.2)) W If' vt. Palm Grill' .((1.2))
.: J. A J. vt. Earl'i ((3 4))
i i Palm Grill va. Wolf't (3.4)) Neitlewood vi. Charm Beauty ((3.4)

\ [h I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14 FRIDAY, APRIL 4

s.; ;,1 Trailer Park vt. Smltty't (1.2) Palm Grill; vi Wolf't (1-2)) Charm Beauty vi. Nettlewood (12)Smltty't )
).,il Neitlewood vt. Charm Beauty (3.4) Earl't vi. J. A J. (3.4)) vi. Trailer I Park ((3-4))

N J MQNDAY, DECEMBER 16 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17 MONDAY, APRIL 7
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". 1 I, Smltty'a vt. Charm Beauty (1.2) Palm Grill vt Earlt ((1.2)) Nettlewood vt. Trailer Park (1.2))
." I S. Trailer Park vt. Neatlewood (3.4)) Wolf't vi. J. A J. (3.4)) Charm Beauty vt. Smlttyt (3.4)

3 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 FRIDAY, APRIL 11

'' Palm Grill vi. Earl'a (1.2)) Trailer Park vi. Neitlewood (1.2) J. A J. vi. Wolf't ((1.2))
,, Wolft vt. J. A J. ($.4)) Smltty't vi. Charm Beauty ((3.4) Earl'i vi. Palm Grill ((3.4))
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I MONDAY, JANUARY 6 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24 MONDAY, APRIL 14
I'
I rr sraj Trailer Park vi. Palm Grill (1.2) Smitty't vi. Wolfi (1.2)) Charm Beauty vi. J. A J. (1-2)
: J. 4 J. vi. Charm Beauty (3.4)) Earl't vi. Neitlewood ((3.4) Palm Grill va. Trailer Park ((3.4))

FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28 FRIDAY, APRIL 18
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Smltty't vt. Wolft ((12)Earl't J.4. J. vi. Charm Beauty ((1.2)) Neitlewood vi. Earl'i ((1.2))
.j vt. Neitlewood (3.4) Trailer Park vi. Palm Grill (3.4) Wolf'l vi. Smltty'i (3.4))

I1 MONDAY, JANUARY 13 MONDAY, MARCH 3 MONDAY, APRIL 21

S Neitlewood vi. Smltty't ((1.2) J. A J. vi. Palm Grill (1.2)) Earl'a vl. Wolf'l (1.2)
Wolf't vi. Earl't ((3.4)) Charm Beauty vi. Trailer Park (3.4) Smltty't vi. Nettliwood (3.4))

FRIDAY, JANUARY 17 FRIDAY, MARCH 7 FRIDAY, APRIL 25

+' J. A J. vi.Palm Grill (1.2) Wolf'a vi. Earl't (1.2) Trailer Park vi. Charm Beauty (1.2))
ste + Charm Beauty vi. Trailer Park (3.4)) Nettlewood vi. Smltty't (3.4)) Palm Grill vi. J. A J. (3.4)

t+ y "t MONDAY, JANUARY 20 MONDAY, MARCH 10Wolf't MONDAY, APRIL 28
de!.} J. A J. vi Trailer Park (1.2)) Neitlewood
vi. ((1.2)) Palm Grill vi. Charm Beauty ((1.2)
Charm .
Beauty vi. Palm Grill/ (3.4) Smitty't vi. Earl't (3.4))
Trailer Park vi. J. A J. ((3-4)

FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 FRIDAY, MARCH 14 FRIDAY, MAY 2
Wolf vi Neitlewood ((1.2) Charm Palm Grill
Beauty vi. (1.2) Earl'i va. Smltty'i (1.2))
i Smitty't vi. Earlt (3.4)) J. A J. vt. Trailer Park ((3.4)) Neitlewood vl. Wolf'l ((3.4))



Charm Beauty Salon Earl's] Pure Oil Smitty's Nestlewood GiftTillie


Francis Barclay Lee Torchiana Esther Hanchey Warren

Helen DickVirginia Evelyn Pratt Helen Curwood

JonesChristine Pauline Biorseth Bernadine Dawes Penny Hull

Harmer Clarabelle Earl Bernice Potaby Marge Adorjan

Catherine Stockman Thelma Smith Virginia Brohard Arita Graves



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Margie Pappas Lois Dee Edith Davidson Mable Suns

Fanny Lindahl Bernice Shanley Gloria Haynes Jennie Adrian

H. Reilly Mae Wrede Helena Farrar Helen Williams

Anita Koogler Claire Hamilton Emma Haynes Ann Surli

Lois Nelson Ruth Kuykendall. Lutrell Joyner Mary Lou Raeburn






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GRILL OPEN 8 A. M. ALLEYS OPEN 4 P. M.

and GrillJim TO 11 P. M. WEEKDAY

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tate Board of ARMY RECRUITING UNIT TO VISIT VENICE TOMORROW

fealth Warn -CHUTKH2:

",
,gain t Tularemia ,' << '.. VENICE.NOKOMIS CHURCH METHODIST

I Rabbit hunten In Florida were Bay Point, Nokomis

Lloned this week by the State .. H. Maurlec Felton Minster
Health to beware of r
Ljri I of 10 a.m Sunday School.
Ulling rabbits which showed A U '.m. Morning Worehlp
Lptoms of sluggishness or for 7 p.m. Young Fellowship Group.
L other reason appeared abnor- 7:30: p.m. Evening Service.Wednondey .
7:30: p. m, Mid-week
as a safeguard against .
til. This, prayer and song lervlce.
laremia, an infection found in .1
jd rabbits which can be passed Ma N..A,.+b st.V..A .<.twA 1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"" ARMY WaUlllNU StRVIU OF hLUaIDAf Nassau at Miami Avenue
, to housewives, butchers or any J Venice
dividual who cleans the animals. "m'mvi
> sa Baia i D Campbell Crawford Pallor
0 0KYN
There has been scarcely any LA
11) am. Bible Clam
.laremia reported in Florida dur- r"' 11am. Morning lervlce.
,g the past five years, but becauseis 680 p.m. BYPU
i disease easily carried by T'80 p.m. Evening arrvlce.
!nimals from section to section, the Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Mid-week
ealth department always wants prayer service.OSPREY .

unters to be cautious when clean BAPTIST CHURCH

, wild rabbits.So .
g
R.v. Henry Johnlon. Pastor
highly virulent is the tulare-
10 a. m. Sunday School; 11 a. m.
ui bacteria that they have been Shown above is the newly-painted Army recruiting truck and trailer unit that will visit Venice Morning service; ( p. m. B. T. U.; 7
in wild tomorrow, Saturday, in order to increase p. m. Evening service, Wednesday 7
und active rabbit car- personal contacts between recruiting personnel and potential p. m., prayer meeting.
asses kept frozen solid at five derees enlistees Free movies of the Army at work and play will be shown to the general public from 7 to 9 .,.

above zero for three and one- p. m. tomorrow night, including films never before shown to a general audience. Among the films will ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
be, "Appointment in Tokyo," "Bavarian Holiday," and "Combat Bulletins." Recruiting personnel on duty CHURCH
alf years. No conclusive evidence with the trailer, it was announced by the Tampa Army recruiting station, will endeavor to help veterans I Riviera St. end Palermo Piece
Dr. Leonard W H. Striker, Rector
'er has been advanced to provee with personal affair problems pertaining to war-time service, while the unit is here. I
is 11.45: am fliindny School
disease transmitted from one
11 am. MnrnliiK xnlte!
uman to another. However, Tallahassee BranchOf for married students and their ARRESTED

ousewhes are warned to cook families. A cafeteria Is now in operation CHURCH or coo
U. of F. Now State Highway Patrolman Frank Venice Avenue
and is
abbits thoroughly In order to prepared to provide
meals for the additional numberof Parcinski this week reported the Rev. C. P. Jernlgan, Pastor
and against any possible danger Has Plenty of Room arrest of Willie Cobbs, Negro of
students who will be accepted. 10 n m. Sunday School.
f such transmission. Sarasota, for unlawfully operatinga 11 a.m. Preaching
Tallahassee. The Tallahassee
-
Only Florida applicants can be
motor vehicle without a valid 7:30 p.m. Preaching.
branch of the University of Flor- accepted, and these will be accepted state driver's license. The arrest Thursday 7:30: p.m., Young Teople'iiirvlm
ida Is now accepting applicationsfor .
in the order in which their applications was made on the Tamiami Trail
HOLLYWOOD enrollment for the winter Friday, 7-S |).m., l benefit minper
and near Venice. Cobbs posted $25
transcripts are re a
quarter, which begins January 2,
Apartment Hotel 1947. ceived. The applications should be cash bond with the Sheriff's office VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH
to obtain his release. Gulf Theatre Venice Avenue
2 to 5.Room Apartments Additional dormitory made direct to Dr. Coyle Moore, Venice

dations have been Registrar, Tallahassee Branch, IU-v V. I.. rixlanilir 1'iiHlnr

Rooms for Transients both married and single accommO-1 University of Florida. Classified Ads Get Returns 9 n.m. M.IHH

for the second quarter. .
Personal Supervision now has ample accommodations to I

MRS. RAY PARKER take care of several hundred additional Make Every Day of Your Vacation Count
students. The buildings
VENICE 9471
now available and ready include
a number of furnished apartments I

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INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE


VENICE, FLORIDA

Homeiltei On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties |

Acreage Farms Rentals

RICHARD H. GEDNEY


ae sI.sd REAL ESTATE Bzokes

Box 261 Phone 3311The.tre SUPER DELUXE SEDAN

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CAREFUL, COMPETENT CHAUFFEURFor


A.A.A.American Special Trips, Such As:



I II I Sarasota: Art Museum, Jungle Garden, Ringling Circus Winter Quarters, Lido
Automobile Association

Beach.

Office Now Serving This Area

Siesta Key; Treasure Island; Bradenton; Tampa; St. Petersburg; Fort

Personal Automobile Accident I Insurance Myers; Punta Gorda; Miami; Palm Beach; Key West; Englewood.
5000.00 Bail Bond i

Emergency Mechanical' Road Service
Towing and Crane Service Singing Tower; Myakka State Park; The Shell Islands of Sanibel and

Tire and Emergency Delivery Service
Brake Inspection and Adjustment Captiva.

Headlight Inspection and Adjustment

Travel Personalized Publications Itineraries AH Airports; Charter Boat Docks; Fishing Camps; Warm Salt Springs.

Hotel Information and Reservations

Foreign Travel Bureau Sightseeing, Business or Pleasure Trips Arranged To Suit Patrons. Par-
License Tags and Driver's LicenseAutomobile

Insurance Savings ties Limited to Four Persons.
Notary Service on Auto Papers
and Many Others

For Reservations and rates call Mrs. V. G. Wilson.

For Information, Call Your


Official A. A. A. Station Venice Taxi ServiceTelephone



VENICE Wheeler' Auto Services 3461 .

VENICE FLORIDALicensed \
OSPREY Hill's Garage ,
by the State Railroad Commission and the City of Venice

SARASOTA Office in C. of C. Bldg. FULL INSURANCE COVERAGE

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''r\ c y VENICE GONDOLIERI Bronchial Coughs


I i i, do not agree with a word you say,' but I will LIFE INTHE ROAR ,KANE Due to Colds

defend with my life your right to say it"-VOLTAIRE Spend 4! cents today
at
j Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, S14 West store for a bottle of BUCKLE say''CAr?tit! :
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida P. O. Box B32. Telephone Venice 2961. ADIOL MIXTURE-trip, letla r--q
promptly to help loosen
up thick
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION phlegm. Irritated throe tip.
., NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION __ braves and ease bard coughing M
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Tl'1lt the
very next time
Entered II second-class matter June 6, 1948, at the poet office Ins wracking, stubborn a cold revile
I h I at Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. for yourself how good and cough-nndg efcai ,

One $260 six months, $1.60; three U for coughs due to cold.:> BrJ
tillt, Subscription rates: year, ; 1 1Tltu LET'S
I .( :'1 months 75c. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 the UEA.TODAY CANADIOLHIXTUE-S,
words; 1 cent per word for each additional' word. -all druggig
6!
CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher

HELEN WILLIAMS ............._.._........____.__ Office Manager


Welcome to Venice COMPLETE


a Venetianseie pleased last week to learn that the famous t1 6er3 Ti65 ONE DAY

I I Sparks Circus had chosen Venice as its winter home. BRAKESERVICE

'\.:t Not only did it mean the addition of several new families ,

: 'f to our population, but the local citizens and business men

were quick to realize the publicity value of the move They All Cars and Trucks

could hardly fail to do so, indeed, with the Sarasota-Ringling
Drums Turned
Circus example, so close to us.
Fluid Lines Flushed
"
We know this new association can be of great mutual Pedals
AdjustedBrake
'j advantage, but we welcome the Sparks folk not alone for 1 +tM. Y.}M. and Matter
selfish reasons-we greet them as friends and Venetians-to-be. 1 '
Cylinders Overhauled
.. \Vo hope they like us, too. .*..AND 1HE MIS5U3 SAYS SUES CALLING
WE BABY NUMBER T7654 JR. ,AFTER ME"'e
i <
i: Last Call To Register PICK-UP 4. DELIVER
in for the Gondolier classified ad
LUBRICATIONSERVICE
If you want to vote in the city election December 3, and column, maybe it wouldn't be
.i'1 MULLIGAN amiss to mention that Mrs. Vir-
; haven't already registered, you must do so by noon tomorrow, ginia Wilson, owner-operator, of
"
I, Saturday November 23. That's the dead-line for registering. the Venice Taxi Service, who operated -

If jou've lived in Florida for one year, and in Venice the Maybe they've got a name by It during the war years NOKOMISGARAGE

three months this time, but when first asked under difficulties that would have
.I past you're eligible to cast a ballot in the municipal we
election. Larry Warren and George Gruel, made many men throw up their
p. Ve-No-Hi youngsters, what was hands, is augmenting her service
: It's a simple matter to to, the clerk's' this week by the addition of a
"tt register, so go city the name of their orchestra, which George T. Devlin, Prop
office in the city hall before noon tomorrow and make certain offered its services to the Youth sower deluxe sedan to her fleet .
It will be used for On the Trail Phone 2511
largely sight-
Center for the first three
I 'des you, too, can vote December 3. Friday
night dances, they replied: seeing and business trips to near-
P. S. Are you SURE you're registered? Don't be em- "Oh, Just call it the-'We- by cities, providing winter visitors

barrassed Election Day by being refused a ballot because your wouldn't be satisfied with with an opportunity to visit Flor-

,. name doesn't appear on the registration list. Check with the the name we were going Ida's many historic spots and Mayor Clyde Higel quite ft*

city clerk before noon tomorrow and make absolutely certain to call it in-the-first- places of interest In addition, quently halts his own work to tend
ou're registered. place, so we aren't going of course, she maintains a 24-hour to city affairs But State Hijk-
to call it anything' orchestra." taxi service in Venice, and to No- way Patrolman Frank Parcuub

X61 Ii Ii ,. komis, Englewood and Sarasota thinks the mayor rates an extra
I 'I 4 f ). Speaking of the youngsters, we If sufficient demand develops, she special nod of appreciation for hi

owe Mrs. Tom Lanier an apology plans this winter also to estab- public spirit in view of a recent

4 Thanksgiving Dinner for muffing a story recently in re lish some sort of a regular, low- happening "Driving down Inn
: a party she gave at her home for cost trip service between the beach Sarasota," relates Parcmski, 1

local 'teenagers Darn it, wee and the Venice business and resi- spotted a fire alan:: the highwj
just GOT to quit scribbling noteson dential sections. just above Laurel. Afraid it might

our cuffs Penny Hull's return e get away from me, and a Negro

$1.50 from the hospital in Sarasota, As of this writing, the politicalpot volunteer fireman wh' happened

after a five-day stay, also wasa is still bubbling away at a along, I telephoned the Maw! ,

3 t "missed story" Which reminds merry clip, with the latest rumor asking that the \'er. ce city to
us, Mrs. Mildred Baynard going the rounds being to the effect truck be sent to II! scene Mr
Fruit Cup mentioned last Monday that Carl that Dr. T. S. Thompson plansto Higel Informed me t' ,i suranct

Turkey Rice Soup Smith, the Venice Paint man, had resign his city council seat rules prohibit the fire truck from

Roast Turkey, With Dressing, Giblet Gravy, undergone an appendectomy at a shortly after the December 3 elec being sent out of l';c city, but
St. Petersburg hospital and, only tion Seems like one term, or darned if, a few m ::te later,the
Mashed Potatoes and Turnips t five days later, had been releasedand less, of such a thankless job as mayor didn't show Uj; th hit on

r Fresh Kale was clamoring to come back to serving on the council has been truck, and a couple i it!
!h, Hot Rolls Venice enough for most of Venice's public- extinguishers, to hi .3 put the
Waldorf Salad
w spirited citizens in recent years fire out in jig time'FIREWOOD

1 Pumpkin Pie Cheese Getting back to .
the youngsters, Few councilmen have sought
1 Coffee, Tea or Milk young Webb Chenault rates a pat re-election, and several have quit

on the back for a recent good deed. before completing their terms .
Couple of weeks ago Mona Gold- Seems a self-evident fact that
enstein of the Alpha Music Shop something's wrong with the wholsetup The Finest Quality Fate

WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETTE lost her wrist watch With sagacity could it be the answer Pine Honest Measure
I Deliver
she inserted a classified ad, might lie partly in "upping" the

reporting her loss, in the next issue $10 per month pay for the coun Also Operating Charter

of The Gondolier Webb cil job Or mayhap lifting Fishing Cruiser Rosemary
had found the watch, spied the lit- some of the detail off councilmenby at Venice Inlet Docks

tle want ad, and promptly returned employing a "city manager," or
GULF THEATRE 5UXj. 3481
ph)M
the watch to its rightful executive officer Jack DenisonPhone
owner .
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e 2832 VENICE
Speaking of what being a city
Now that we've got that
"plug" official lets you in for sometimes, ,

STARS ON PARADE'
By TONI ROSSETT


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1, November 22, 1848 VENICE GONDOLIER Page Five


[jock Ha Oldest A. Bean, whose deposit dates backto Rules City Police Mannings Arrive
September 18, 1928, and J. D.
Iter Deposit Riggs, October 12, 1928. Can't Arrest For Winter Stay

It. Blalock, local banker, has I Caspersen made these discoveries Past City Limits Venice has no more enthusiastic NEW
while making a check of all boosters than Mr. and Mrs
,Idest water meter deposit on Tallahassee.-Municipal police t PHONENUMBERS
meter deposit records at the J. Webster
city
Manning of Washington -
have no authority to the
16
back to August pursue
rd-datmg 'water works in an effort to bring violator of a city ordinance out- D. C., who arrived here a few
was disclosed this week them up to date. The local water
it side the city limits and there arrest days ago to occupy their San .
mn Caspersen, chairman of plant, acquired by the city last Marco drive home, which they
him, Attorney General J. Tom (Since the last issuance h
ity water board.ose :year, launched operations under Watson has Instructed the purchased lust January.The telephone directory, ..veri I I oft ,
runners-up were Mrs. F. ,private ownership in 1926.. mayor have been made or number
and city attorney of Palmetto.In Mannings, after an exten- chlngld. Next issue i of the directory .
sive tour of Florida, decided they Ie not scheduled to appear until
an opinion to Mayor E. H. nut Jlnuary. You may have your
Mason and Attorney Thomas A. had found In Venice the Ideal spot home or business, telephone number
"WHERE GOOD looted herein It nominal coot. Call
in
Howze, Jr., of Palmetto, the attorney which to spend the winter sea- 296' for further In'ormltlon.)
FRIENDS MEET" general said that "It wouldbe son. While in Venice last March, Alpha Institute of Music...2663

a radical departure from the they subscribed to The Gondolierand Baukat, Henry .................... 2873
B. and B. they reported they followedthe Boldt and Sons ... .... ......... 3533
general rule for the legislature to
of this Bowen, B. E. ......... M..M.M 3414
authorize a municipal police officer progress city through its Bowlakade .......M......_.._.. 2661
Bar to pursue an ordinance violator columns with a great deal of Interest El Patio HotelGondolier ..........___ 3972
Club LaTonda) to whatever of the state during the past summer ...____........-_ 2961
(Formerly part while they were in Washington. Green's Fuel..................... 2372
Open a. m. to Midnight the chase might lead, and there Ponder J. W., Jr. (res).?2824
Sundays 1 p. m. to Midnightud make an arrest without warrant. McKinney, Clyde. ...........2153
He added that he thought if the Room by Post Office .......................... 2604
Bob had DIY or COPPER Smitty's Tavern ......._.....? 2163
OatmanLEARN legislature Intended such a
ewberry Stancil & Potts Garage .... 2541
result, it would have put it clearly With eM aid KETTLE I Taylor Hardware ?......_... 2892
into law. Service INN Wheeler's Auto Services...2165
Such was not done, the attorney Furnished Woodard's Luncheonette. 3481
S 519 S. Harbor Drive VENICE
TO FLY general concluded.

IN 8 EASY LESSONSGovernmentApproved Chief Pestotnik +
School GRANADA COURT APARTMENTSFormerly
Continuous EnrollmentSee Gets Pilot's License ( Bungalow Court)

Lawbreakers will have to be Reservations
Now
Being Accepted
w= Beautiful Venice and Nearby
Nearby Gulf Coast From the Air speedier than ever from now on
Passenger Hops $1.50 Per Person to escape capture by Chief of Po- Fourteen completely.equipped housekeeping units, newly reconditioned '
and redecorated throughout. Each unit consists of
J & J AIRCRAFT INC. lice Gerry Pestotnik.If living room, bed room (twin bed, with innerspring mattresses),
the chief can't catch 'em on dining room, kitchen and bath, with private front porch and rear
AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS foot, or in the police radio car, he entrance; four units have two bed rooms. All face on attractively

0. Joyner P. O. Box 291 E. T. Denham can now take after 'em by plane, landscaped, sunlit patio.
VENICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6308 For Rates and Further Information Write P. B. Box 611,
for last week he won his private
VENICE, FLORIDA
pilot's license after passing a test Phone 2321

at Venice airport for CAA Flight MR. AND MRS. M. A. BRASWELL, OwnerMtnageri"SWEETWIND"
Examiner Ed Denham. t
A Privilege to Live In FloridaA
.

Distinction to Live In Venice
BUSINESSAND Ji IUS I E'f

H. N. WIMMERSRealtor The Ellieat.PI lying I Initru.

I PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY | for Young and Old.
1 UMrNTc'ment
I 111 '
Featured by
Woody Herman's Band

VENICE FLORIDA 111111111111111111111111 I PHONOGRAPHS I In

WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE Earl Carroll's "Vanities"
Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf

COUNSELOR.AT.LAWTITL ATTORNEY AND ALPHA MUSIC SHOP

TRANSACTIONS 311 W. Venice AVI. Phone 266S Opposite Gulf Theatre
Phone Punta Gorda 2"1 or 259 Registered PHILCO and ITROMBERG.CARLSON Radio Dealer
RADIO REPAIRS

Dr. H. J. Hoeppner

Welcome. PHYSICIAN
I SAY-'Ave
Hollywood Apt.Hotel-Miami AvHrt. ..
"SO.12. 2.5 Phone 2531 you SEEN 'is _-

LORDSHIP ?
A. A. A. Motorists and 5

REASONS WHY

Winter VisitorsJUST increasing millions
Snap Bock With


AS "AT HOME", THEA. M
s
A. A. "OFFICIAL GARAGE"

SIGN HERE IS YOUR GUAR-

ANTEE OF QUALITY WORKAT

Designed to speedily relieve ,f.ONCG
FAIR PRICES.Wheeler's. O\ simple headache and painful fAMQHew.w..e.tr. > e
L 1. '
discomfort of neuralgia. 3ar8eE

n. Measured doses In powder >!ANCE
gform for quick assimilation

'IS LORDSHIP says if you are "entertaining" folks at home,
n i Proof of merit. Same type forU -
mula over one-third century or enjoy a nightcap after the show, be sure that your cabinet
Is well stocked with "name brands of liquors" from Ponder'i.JIM .
n i Standard U. 8 P. Ingredients
Service Laboratory tested, controlled.

Auto bi, In price range of everyone. PONOER'SPACKAGE 7 7"WE

MOO and 25c sizes
U
225 South Tamiami Trail Phone 2165 Caution: Use only u directed. LIQUORS*
WILL NOT 06 UNDEK.SOL.P
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'THE 24-HOUR GARAGE"
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II ..,.j, CANNED GRAPEFRUIT FREIGHT TRAINS ADD RADIO Wheeler' Named

i In the canning season Just dosed VHF radio transmitters and receivers Official AAA After You Have Read ITCHS

.'I approximately 70 cent of are being installed in five
I per This Copy of the :! :
the Florida crop and almost 45 yard locomotives at the Michigan Garage Here fflS3SS3gClassified .

\ ,;'. per cent of the Texas crop of City Ind., plant of Pullman- H. L. Valade, manager of the Gondolier, Grassie. r neon sad Natntr:.:.5 :L-bk

i grapefruit went into tin cans, according Standard Car Manufacturing Company West Coast branch of the South Why Not Mail It To Voicidy' colas intense i 00Meew'a.laormoosbad

, .. to W. C. Slolk vicepresident to speed the manufacture of Florida Motor Club, I division of drosoit today tar D.D...t
North? RAO
Friend
Automobile Associ- A Up
t' .. of the American Can Com urgently needed railroad freightcars. the American
I ation, has announced that Wheeler -
pany.
!, 's Auto Services has been appointed Use Gondolier Classified Ads cost 25c.;worth Cj,
I ij+,i'' 'TJ AAA official garage in the
t Venice territory. Hills Garage in
: BUYERSIn
J : -
Osprey is also an official AAA
Ie ., l'It i CHRISTMAS
t 't. our Bradenton office can't wait until the station.
This is part of the development IS ONLY 32 DAYS AWAYI
% building supplies flood the market. program of the new AAA territory !
Just established on the lower west Use Our Lay-Away Plan

List your house now with; Frank Klostermann coast of Florida, with the district A 25% Deposit Will Hold Any

.. at our Venice office, 307 West Venice Avenue. office located in the Chamber of Item Until Christmas
..
.
Commerce building on the city
\1 . Harold L. Sleeper pier in Sarasota. Said Valade:

r fit Realtor "Two hundred thousand mem- Th RexaU SEo'

.J'' I" bers of affiliated AAA clubs are
I
expected to travel to Florida this
P. O. Arcade VENICE
: to year. It is the purpose of the phon 1111

;,.t. : J. J. (Joe) newly established local club to -
t stimulate the interest of these tour-
: JOSSARTand .
ists in the territory it covers. The "In the Heart of the Business District"
aims of the association are the
:
building of the community, pro-

i.. G. L (Kin) moting tourist business and high-
,' way safety and service to and ELL PATIO I-ICTEI-
KINCAID
: : ;') protection of the rights of the motorist -

I ," Howard Whaley,
t. 0 Mohler Bldg P. 0. Box 134
Manager
{ p 323 W. Venice Ave. VENICE

11!: ti' "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection" I Disabled Vets $3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates

;l (' I Get Exemption on 225 West Venice Avenue VENICE Phone in:!

':' ; I I Business Licenses II

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Tallahassee. A disabled war
Thanksgiving Specials
II veteran of the United States is

: entitled to a $50 exemption on each ResidentialLots

\ occupational license
required by
(Prices Good Through Wednesday, Nov. 27))
t.. the state, county or city if he is a
I
.66 tip resident of Florida. This opinionby

Attorney General J. Tom Wat-
Merito Imported Per
$1.95 son was given to the Veterans'
:: PORTS and SHERRIES Fifth Service Committee in Melbourne.

Such license exemption appliesto
f
.
'.IJ'B rown and Forman's PerKING any business or occupation

1 WHISKEY $3.79 Fifth which the disabled veteran will

n.tM,(,h:! carryon mainly through his own On Improved Streets

r' personal efforts as a means of
'' Windward Martini and RossiVERMOUTH
earning a living. If either license -0-

; RUM amounts to more than $50, the remainder -

must be paid in cash. For Sale Below

i. :ltir $} *95 Fifth Per $2 25 Per Fifth

Tide TablesVENICE Cost of Improvements0

i..ttr INLET

.. (Punta Rasa Correction) -0-
Package Department AtSmitty's Date High Low
r f Fri, )1;"". 22 11,.",|11 m. t:2:'p,m,
I'IlIt" :';"". :3 :'Kip, .m. 7::0:8 m. IS THE TIME
Tavern 11 .
:)tlll.m! 6:621).m.run. :
:,;,,". :1 I.ojp,m. 7:36a.m.: .
S ..l"p m,,
125 South Tamiami Trail VENICE I"n.. :>"". 2u .1I".m.. '.1:0.. m. TO BUYBuilding
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TII. Nov 28 12:4..m.: 11:4a: mw.Ncn .
f \Ved.. Nov. 27 1:18a.m. 9:37a.m.: .
r ', 2. 1:6Ga.m.: 10:!4n,m. -0-
'rl., )10:9 2:3..1\1.: \ 11:19a.in.

IS THERE SUCH THING AS'PERFECT Materials Will


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A WOMAN ALWAYS -o-

RFAW TO TAKC WHATIS

WOMANHOOD ? BECOMING TO HSR Range From

$300 to $2200

"No" claim medical authorities who ought to
know! Nature has so constructed and physically o
endowed; woman that In many cases she's
apt to suffer certain distressing symptoms
during her life For Instance,when she enters
womanhood during the menopause the I c
period when fertility ebbs away. +
Now If on of the month-female VENICECOMP LAND
functional monthly disturbances are
causing you to suffer from pain, nervous dis- {4G
tress and feel so tired cranky you snap at
your children and husband-then do try
E. Plnkham Vegetable Compound to reeve *
such symptoms Its famous for this purpose.

Mod ESPECIALLY For Girls and Women

PInkham's Compound DOES MOM than relieve 1
such monthly pain. It ALSO relieves accom-
panying nervous tension irritability and weak
highstrung feelings-when due to this cause.
Taken regularly thruout the month-this TEMPORARILYCLOSED
against medicine isthelps build up resistance
such A thug any sensible
:woman should want to dot ROEBUCK
ROBERT 8. BAYNARD FRANK D.
Lydia Plnkham's Compound Is also very
effective to relieve hot flashes and those funny, President 8aletm.nUer
embarrassing feelings during the years 38 to
62-when due to the functional middle-ago' VENICEFLORIDAPHONES
period peculiar to women. 1 BEAUTVitlh. \'
Pinkham If) '
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Carroll G. Peterson, well-known

{VENICE BOWLAKADE here efore the war, has returnedto ELECTRIC ENGLEWOOD COMPANYBay f

Venice and is now employed Street and Indiana Ave.
l MEN'S LEAGUECLASSIFIED, In the repair department of Dick ENGLEWOOD
PlatformELECTION "Good Will' and Setter Business
My tich's Venice Garage and Service Follow Pair Dealing"
Station. FRED J. KRUEA, Prop.
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Member of D.A.V. 24 Years
li,rnlre At U Laundry, Bar I 9 0 u 21D6 2J13 : L Member American Legion A V.F.W"Ma" .

Adrian's's .... I a 0| ZUI 21'6 POOH'S
Venice CORNER
r L Food t 1 tun
K, Hub ..... ....,' 1 2 am (Day 'I
arlalurooil 0 I 201enlco HOUASI rvvr.fi'rm10" Bean'sA
\ Lumber .. ... 1 t W47 Thru "
lljtfla I .. u ( 1167hpeler GULF THEATR'E 'rld.y.
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Results thin week: Venice Laundry Phone 2083 for InformationFOR Homey Place To
I favor holding city election every two years, electing defeated aria, 1 to 0; n & B, defeated ...
W'heeler's. I to 0; Adrian doe Drink and Dance
L mayor, for a two-year term and two councilmen for four. ated HlKrla I to 0; Bmltty a defeated .
Venice Lumber I to 1. Venice
Lr terma. Not only would every.other.year elections baLore food defeated K. <'lub, t to 1. QUICK, RELIABLE "COME IN"
economical, but the council would AVERAGES
become SERVICE
more re. CALL
(Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan Open Every Day and NightOn
Lponilve to the will of the people. )
louart, VenuiUtLaunSr/ry .I. VENICEPLUMBING
shanley, h.. Club ..; ':'"'::: :m Venice Avenue
::: : : :
/ J. Burkett, BAB .:: -. 168vujktndall SHOPBox East of the Tamlaml Trail
Venice Laundry ....168
PAVINGI Warren, K Club ..... ? ......168ti. 14, Venice Phone 2153 "BEER TO TAKE OUT"P.
I lurwood Mmltty 168
CurwiKKl. Bmlttya' ... .::::1U
Vnti.n' bar!"a ,. .,., 162
I favor 'laying an aiphaltlc topping over Venice avenue, Jones, Venire Fold ::,:155
I'uvail. Adrian ...... .. ....155
[from, the Gulf to the By.Way. This should have been done Arnall, Venice Lumber T2 O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS. FLA. PHONE 3533
In order to protect the concrete Save, Earl'a ........ ......
years ago pavement Drive Adrian, Adrian ..
[over Venice avenue near the Seaboard tracks and tee what Metrlrh, B k H. .... .
}I, lelxler, \ + ...
II I mean., J I Keys, k. Hull f ... IJ} !! BOLDT
Welts Hanchey, Venice, \\ ...... AND SONS

.l tell. Smittj a ,. ..
11 I, Burkett, II & Plumbing Waterproofing
CITY ATTORNEYI .1. ('. lllirHeth Venice Laundr,.'*. ..141
Duke, lllKila! .. .. '.. .. ..... .. ..,.. .. 14U Painting, Exterior and Interior
UllllamK, Venlie timd .. :: .140egar ,
I favor an Immediate change In the city attorney let-up :;ixkleyenl, Adrian I
Regardless of the merits of the preterit city Stephen, Venice Lumber ..136elmn
attorneys, I do
:-> \enlie lumber I3tnel .
I not believe having residents of a city 30 miles away, In an. ,urn. Smltt>"'> .. 1J1 i
volt, B. & B > . 135 FREE ESTIMATES
(other county, aa our city's legal advisors will ever prove my. I..."ell>'n. Adrian ... 134

(thing but an unwieldy, unsatisfactory setup.ORDINANCES t.Klein,. HlgeU K. Club? .132 133K'H.r.

irlH. Adrian .. 111
K keVenice' Fond 131
T. U rede, Hlftel .. :130

Herman. Far, Wheeler Wheeler's)'a .,,..,, 136Slniaon 1.8rl 126
I'. Boone Illgela 127 YOU Are Invitedto
I favor Immediate revision and clarification of our city Nex bi.rrj. Venire H. &Find H.; ", 119lanton. 120Archer.

ordinances, particularly our building code. Many of our city I harl Smlttya; 114 11Hllnhurd

laws are outmoded, contradictory, or Just don't apply to our !Smith .:"rl'a .. .. .. .... 113I
[prtient,day needa. V. Blirn-th, Venice Laundry 112 attend a
Ad rjan, K. Club Ill
Crawford Venice Lumer. .108
PUBLIC MEETING ON


AIRPORTI VENICE MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS

ADS
I favor taking steps Immediately for the Inclusion of the
I Venice air base property within the city limits, before own. do 1 word first M word. to each 8:30 p. m. Next Monday, Nov. 25
additional word. Minimum f barge,
lenhlpof this land becomes split up that annexation will be lo Cain with Ad. Special rates IN COMMUNITY HALL
I for more thin one inoortlen of the
difficult, If not Impossible. I also favor acquisition of the re. imo id Ads will bo oe..ptod ever
(Above Gulf Theatre
llnder, of the air beat by the city, for use as a Icw-eoit tho telephone (2M1) UP to I p. m. )
fhur.d.y, with understanding .d.
I trailer park with access to the beach.WATER vtrtlaer will remit payment prompt.

Iy.) All Councilmen, Candidates For City Council, and


MAINSI FOR SALE City Department Heads Are Invited to Speak at this

3.I'lt.1 REI! woolen lull In perfect
"ondIUon. $30. Phone 2&:2. I Meeting. Various Municipal Problems Will Be Dis
I favor Immediate
working out of a master plan and
TWO sen electric' Iron (Universal).
I policy for extension of water mains, not only to encourage IVrfeet working cundltlon, Reaaonle cussed.
I building In Venice, but to Increase water works revenues, 1 hone 2142.BUSINESS,

I s vitally-necessary step.NEGRO. PERSONALS

(I NNmane tur20 or y..ra lIerlou"r iSrrl.u, ppars SPONSORED BY

the diinmxe. protect your clothes. fur.olture .
rUK, woolens with Berlou
QUARTERSI
i Tailor Hardware Venice 0 Venice Business -Assn.WE'VE .

HAULING of all klnda Open truck or
I favor Immediate elimination of the present disgraceful Inrno tractnrnn trailer Tnoa. JMcNeil .
"Negro Quarters," with the city taking the lead In arranging Phone 2621.

for provision of decent housing for our colored people. Lets INSTRUCTIONREGISTER

net hive this on our conscience one minute longer than Is

absolutely necessary NOW EVERYTHING

For New Classes for General
Dance Routine, Ballet and YOU NEED FOR YOUR
Ballroom

SEWAGE DISPOSALI ALPHA INSTITUTE MUSIC OF THANKSGIVINGFEAST


I favor the city's taking Immediate steps to provide forlewage 311 W. Venice Ave. Phone 2663

disposal facilities, with particular attention being paidto REAL ESTATE FOR SALE !

the feasibility of using the air base sewage disposal plant i

which the city obtained when It acquired the Venice Army
Air Field. Home
Please Order Your
2 Bedroom end loth

.Ilirtlully fat turret furnlKhed2HO Frontage, Turkey By 6 P. M. Monday
MOWINGI

,$6,500H.
I favor free mowing by the city of all tots for at least Maxwell Houle 3ge NIBL.ETS 14cN

three feet back from the sidewalk as a health and nuisance N. Wimmers COFFEE, Bag CORN, 12'01.

abating move, to help Jet rid of mosquitoes, sandburs, etc. REALTOR

Additional mowing, however, should be paid for by the lot VENICE, FLORIDA 0. 2/! & 17e EECNUTPUMPKIN 19CNO.
owners. BABY FOOD. 3 for


- PETE EDGE 5 SWEETENED 3ge n Heavy Syrup 27e
General Hauling ORANGE JUICE PRUNES
'
e Fixing Up Yarda
BLACK DIRT AND SHELL NO .2 SWEETENED No. 2Va RUSSELL'S
Your Support and Vote December 3 phone Venice 2012 ORANGE JUICE 14e PEACHESHURF'SCONDENSED 2ge


Will Be Appreciated tOe 16-Ox, APRICOT 2ge

- RALPH WILHELM SOUPS PRESERVES

PLUMBING, HEATING
PILL'BURY'S MONARCH-IS.OZ. t'7e
AND REPAIRS"No 71e
Job Too Large, No Job FLOUR-10 Ibl. APPLE SAUCELowe's

0 d Venice 2316 Too. Small"Sarasota 70-542

.T o MCA# p. 0 Box 1U2. Sarasota

Grocery

CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL Gas on Stomach !

- double Relieved your IB S money minutes back or 221 West Venice Avenue Phone 2091

When, MM IIOID." Hid muss Mlnftll, m0-.t
the M KW It matt ini Mamma, doeutl Mallr
(Political Advertisement' Paid For *y Friends) .ra.(MM'_."MUM llrlM MtUlm like ,IhoM In ln OT Btll.uitSSSu.No for5mMMMll "Ith Pays To Trade At A Home-Owned Store"i.i
lt..u'... ...11.... bring wofortlaIIITJ ;.
or double rout sonar ba .o Were ol beet
100 ... Ife u all draiiuu.

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Page Eight VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, November 2;

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SANITY'TEST Involving a seven-year-old local HOUSESContinued --..:
I girl,was held up last week by,Circuit ROAST YOUNG TOM
Sentence of Walter Carlton of 1)
( from Face
Judge George W. Whitehurstin
I"I ,.'.'j Venice, found guilty in circuit Sarasota, pending examination the late F. Kingsbury Curtis, one TURKEY DINNERWith
developers of this region -
;" court recently of a morals charge ,of Carlton by a sanity commission. of the early
[\ I about 25 years ago and at Drewlng. Cranberry Sauce and All the Trimmings
I one time owned as many as 200 Served
houses and buildings in Venice and From 12 Noon to 2 P. M. and fromTHANKSGIVING
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Special Thanksgiving vicinity.It l0Z5 6 P. M. to 8 P. M. '
I ;: was pointed out that most of $ DAY $$1 UWe .J r

Ii the homes sold by the firm have

I't};\j, :. ', I Turkey Dinner dents been acquired of Venice by,permanent making for resi-a ( Would Appreciate Your Making Reservations Earl,)

I: firmer foundation for both the
r' t. Will Be Served PALM GRILLCorner
November
,1" j.i., Thursday, 28, city's present and future business
: ,1 and growth.
From 12 Noon to 8 P. M. prospects Tamiami Trail and Venice Ave. VENICI| i
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BOWLERSContinued
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MENU
( from Page 1)
FRUIT CUP OR CHICKEN= 80l'" Pure Oil, and Wolfs Sinclair Sta- -
.... VEGETABLE SALAD Announcement
.. ROAST TURKEY WITH PRESSING AND= CRANBERRIES tion.At
NJ\V.\\H11TEU POTATOES GARDEN PEAS the organizational meeting CARROLL G. PETERSON is now in I
I r PUMPKIN'= PIE OR MINCE TIECOFKKE held last Monday night in the charged
}I' (lit TEA Chamber of Commerce offices, our repair department.
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,( $1.75 about 30 women bowlers and team . Dick Rich
:" sponsors were present. Mrs. MarJorie -
{ Adorjan was re.elected Venice Garage and Service Station I

4illt":r" Nokpmis Lodge Dining Room league secretary.
Play In the men's handicap win- COMPLETE LUBRICATION AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE REPAIR AND
ter league got under way at the
i Phone 2872 We Pick Up and Deliver Your Car
i Bowlakade this week, with 10
,r i Tamiami Trail & Venice Avenue
i' On the Tamiami Trail 1 Mile North of Venice teams entered. Venice Laundry, B. Phone!m|
.tp. and B. Bar, and Adrian's got off -
:: ;'! to a flying start by capturing all -
three; of their games to tie for first

j:1:: Venice Inlet DocksRestaurant place in league standings.It .
1 Is expected that the four NOTICE!
teams scheduled to play nextThursdayThanksgiving
: night -
: '
flj" will postpone their games, possiblyto
,: t Buddy Ringo, Prop. Saturday night. Captains of the
teams are asked to confer with Bid for collection of Garbage and
their opponents concerning arrangements -
We Specialize In Refuse In the City of Venice Will Be

s f' 'Sea Foods FLORAL SHOP OPEN Accepted by the City Council Up to

And Fried Opening for business next Monday -
...-:. Chicken Dinners will be a floral shop operatedby and Including Monday, December 2.

Also, A La Carte Service Curry Ruth, specializing Summers and Thelma
at present in
?.t Beer Wine cut flowers, potted plants and Bid Specifications Are on File at the

.. floral pieces. It Is located on the
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Open: 11a.m..2:30p.: m., 5:30 p. m. 10:30: p. m. Tamiaml Trail about four miles City Clerk's Office. All Bids Must Be

,//4 Phone 2056 north of Venice. Submitted in Accordance With these

: J I;i. At Venice Inlet Near the Venice Jetties .CUT FLOWERSPOTTED Specifications.
1
t.,; f.'tJ' "Famous For Fine Fishing"Thanksgiving PLANTS
.i" ,
i : Phone 3121 FLORAL On PIECES T.rm.ml Trail CITY OF VENICE
Day 4 Miles North of Venice
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j '"" SUMMERS & CURRY
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From 11 a. m. to 2:30: p, m. and from
I h 1 .
Jb! 5:30: p. m. to 10:30: P. m., W. Will Serve I --
I tm' ROAST TURKEY and FRIED or ROAST

r, ;L'. CHICKEN DINNERS Play it smart-BUY NOW FOR AT YOUR

/t.J': ..., With, Home-Made Pumpkin and Mince Pies IGA
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: 1,t i' J I STORE
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I Open for the Season tr

L b VENICE FOOD SHOPH.


Sunday, November 24 au'1 EV Yon.j MONEY lOMPtICS'' H. S. BOWDEN, Owner

1 OD Groats 217 W. Venice Ave. VENICE!

Under Same Management, With the Same

Courteous Service and the Same Fine hGA DELUXE COFFEE ORDER YOUR

Home CookingDuke's r THANKSGIVINGTURKEY
i
l i. 42c

Lb. NOW!

GrillON


THE TRAIL NOKOMIS NO. 1 DOLE'S PINEAPPLE
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3
For Parties or Reservations, Phone 2752 POTATOES 10 Ibs. C JUICE No. 2 Can


CELERY Stalk 12c 'clOMATONo.2 Can



l"-d f SWEET POTATOES 3 lbs. 17c 'PUMPKIN No. 2/ Can 22C20C


J!: nitIr COOKING GREEN GIANT

APPLES 3Ibs. 29c PEAS No. 2 Can

SPECIALROAST FRESH STUFFED: 45c

CRANBERRIES Lb. 49c OLIVES 3oz. Bottle
TURKEY, (with all tl* inmmmgs)

BAKED HAM, CHICKEN, SEA FOOD YELLOW 10 SILVER FLOSSSAUERKRAUT l5c24c
OR ROAST BEEF DINTvERS SERVED ONIONS 3 lbs. C 2'/ can

THANKSGIVING DAY 12-2 p. m.,3:30g p. m. MUSSELMAN'S BEECHNUT

APPLE SAUCE, No. 2 Can 1/C BABY FOOD 3 Cant




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