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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00086
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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NO 31
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1947 .
PRICE FIVE CENTS .
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Hub Now ENGLEWOOD TO HAVE SPECIAL City and Show "

SECTION IN PROGRESS EDITION' Big Agree :


icceptingembers DIrectors of the 'On Winter
Englewood Chamber Quarters
of Commerce, meeting: ,1
Wednesday night In f
Community Hall> at Englewood appointed a ,

( three-man committee to make arrangements for a special / Englewood I p{:

Section" In The Gondolier's 'First Annual Prn,rp... rlltln...,. .... Contract Terms
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slated to come out November 7. I' ,

Graham French, vicepresidentd The committee is composed of 4444.4444444444444444x '
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of Venice Golf Mayor Clyde V. Hlgel announced yesterday that an agreement I II'
-, treasurer Leo Kropp chairman
; Jack Tate '
iaror, operators of the country; and Oscar Anderson. $ Herb Said Too f I' has been reached between the City of Venice and the "Cavalcade of : I' I'

tub and coif course which Is, t Amusements largest show of its kind in the world, whereby the II
ted to open here early in No-I Approve Idea Much: In Front I "Cavalcade" will make its winter htadquaiteis at Venice Air Base : I.

uber, left last Monday for Approval of The Gondolier's I Thlrly-slx of the show's 54 cars !
Iladelphia after expressing I plan to publish an annual edition t| Of Our Herb .J I are scheduled to arrive here about

I showing the advantage and progress ; November 1. The Jelks Called
remaining 18 f
ensure with the progress of rou' tiias ta rs t. rt... :
of this t
lation of both the clubhouse and section of FloildasOulf I cars of the show are being sent to I'I I'IneVI
I course Coast. was voiced by the di- ;I Next time Herb Bravo Miami Hawaii and are not expected to By Church in .

rectors.It painter wants to brag about I arrive here until about Christmas t
French Kill divide his time be- '
was pointed out such an Issue "what a whale of a scrap he was 800 With Show North Florida t
tn Venice and Philadelphia with Its nation-wide distribution In in Sarasota" betcha he doesn'tdo :
here> he has a law practice. He : There are about 800 persons
In
offers an exceptional it a Venice tavern especially Accepting call to the Lynn
opportunity a ,
will their connected wIth the show
Mrs. French make many oC!
for businessmen and residents in front of another guy whom I Haven Baptist Church, near Pan r
aI I home at Venice Inlet. already spend their wintersIn
alike of a community to'' named Herb. Florida. About ama City the Rev Hendley F. ,
| French Is the former MrsIUbeth 30 workers are
Mrs
Last
Saturday night, Officer
broadcast its merits and attract Jelks long-time Venice resident t
expected to be kept the Venice
at
Field who with her
; Herb Hanchey. Jr.. dropped Into I
new residents both winter and winter and former pastor of the First
(suthter. Catherine lived at Ven- permanent one of the local taverns while' quarters refurbishing and Baptist Church here will leave S
the
repainting show
e Inlet during the past year. making a routine patrol. Bravo property with Mrs. Jelks for the northern
The Gondolier is happy to i until
report it goes out on the road
Shuffleboard Courts who was killing; time while await city next Wednesday morning i
widespread Interest In the again next spring,
( While In Venice. French auth- ing the next bus for Miami, boasted Lynn Haven is a city of 2500
forthcoming "Progress Edition"250Copy
d 1 Col. A. C. Earnshaw to pro- of the "battle" he'd been In. I Mayor Higel said the agreement and the Rev Jelks' new church I .
Order His face looked too. reached between the city and W I ,
with construction of five It I has a resident membership of 126, "
Although older alone B.
one that Naylor. "Cavalcade" representative -
tidfleboard courts in front of the Hanchey, playing a hunch He was called to the church after r
we've received was for 250 copies, I calls for a sixmonths'lease
Ijbhouse ratio They also will bs slipped out and called Sarasota having preached there early In
and numerous individuals have i with four and onehalfyear
a '
authorities, if !
asking
pliable for outdoor dancing. by any September.Both .
I sent or brought in their orders option, on three large buildings
( Colonel Earnshaw said manyospective I chance they were seeking such a the Rev. end Mrs Jelks : :
we must again warn that lack of I at the west end of the airbase
members have asked man. i said "we hate to leave Venice1and
(notions about statements onair newsprint will prevent us from "You bet we are:" they ex I promised they return ai
printing but a few copies more West End of Field
claimedHold him until
application cards which did we often as they could. Their daughters
( teem quite clear. One, for In- than what are actually ordered get there, will you?" One of the buildings Is a large Dellena and Ruth, are

net, concerned whether annual ahead of time. Whereupon Hanchey returned : nose hangar similar to one occupied teachers In local schools. -

lie i must be paid in a lump sum. As we expect to go to press with to the tavern and took Bravo into at the eastern end of the

"Most of the applicants prefer the first section of the "Progress custody It developed later that field by Sparks Circus last win-
Remains
j do so." he said "but they may Edition" next week, may we urge there had been quite a brawl at A ter,
t paid seml-annually or quarter- you to place your orders now Sarasota hotel, with both sides whether Sparks will return Unconscious for

it suits the applicant's con- right away because we will blaming the other Fellow paintershad this winter, that show having

knlenceI .' only print as many copies of the taken Bravo to Venice, so wound up Its 1947 tour at Seattle Hour After Wreck

I He also announced that It is first section as we have orders for that he could catch a bus to Miami Wash., and it is reported It will ,,4
the 'Progress Edition" (We'll "without stay in the west this winter, because -
01 necessary to decide at this causing any mote Mrs. James R Jordan of Venice i
e about golf memberships. print a few more, of course. but trouble" of heavy rail and other faces a reckless driving charge,

(embers are Invited to play the not very many. We Just can t, because Last Tuesday morning when costs in making the long Jump according to State Highway Patrol
newsprint Is so scarce that the in Sarasota Mu- clear across the continent to Venice
urse during the month of Noember case came up Sgt Collier Brown as a result
cannot afford to waste any' nicipal Court. with Bravo as the .)
| for a daily green's fee of we of an accident on the Tarn-
e! dollar. Discount plaintiff, charges were dismissed I In addition to the three build- laml Trail this week in which her

Single copies will sell for 15: all around. ings definitely to be occupied, a four-year-old son. James, remained

.BA. BOARD cents If picked up at the office of I -- -- 40x80 steel warehouse Is to be r iconsclous for more than an
New Venice Inlet taken over by the "Cavalcade" as suffered face injuries
ETS TONIGHT The Gondolier, or they 11 be ma'l- I hour and
ed anywhere in the United States soon as It is released to the city ,and lacerations of the scalp.

[0 L. Klncald chairman, an- for 20 cents per copy. A special Nursery School to by the federal government.Final I Sgt, Brown reported Mrs. Jordan

ounces Mat: the board of gover- discount will be given on 'non- October 15 Agreement drove out of a filling stationIn

ors of the Venice Business Astlon mailed"* orders of 25 or mOI'ecopies. Open Final agreement between the front of the oncoming car of I

will meet tonight at 8 I Plans to open October 15 trw city and the "Cavalcade" was announced Sam E. Hendry, Tampa deputy

[Clock to discuss plans for re- Please get your orders in I Venice Inlet Nursery School for: this week after Councilman U. 8 marshall.

Ptlon of activities after the now, Don't be disappointed because children from two and onehalfto : Smyth Brohard, who has Hendry, Mrs. Jordan and her

er suspension of Its work you delayed too long We I six years of age, were announced been the leading force In the negotiations son. Roy 7, escaped with minor

'We'UI make plans for elec- know that when the "Progress this week by Mrs. Marjorie E. made a trip to Tampato InJuries, but both cars were badly

fw of new officers sometime this Edition" appears the demand is Lane director. confer with Naylor damaged.
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pth: he said, "as well as dis- going to exhaust the small sup- The school will be conducted in The' contract has been drawnup ----- ------
l uss future policies of the organ- ply of extra copies printed In !lone of the cottages at Venice Inlet and sent to Al Wagner,

aUon." short order, Mrs. Lane said. Although her owner of the show, which has I Coming Events I

BUT WE REPEAT. NEWS- telephone has not yet been Installed heretofore wintered at Mobile,

TRANSFERRED PRINT IS TOO SCARCE TO I she may be reached ty Ala., for his formal signature \

State Highway 1 Patrolman PERMIT US TO JUST GO !I writing to her at "Venice, Flor- Naylor Informed Councilman Friday. October 3

atoned nk anskl. who has been AHEAD AND PRINT SEVERAL',, Ida." Brohard that arrangements are 2:30: p.m., election mectm ..

he In Sarasota County fw HUNDRED EXTRA COPIES. Mrs. Lane holds an A.B. degree being made with the SeaboardAir Lemon Bay Woman's Club. Englewood -

past 14 months and is well- AdvertisersAnd I: from Smith College and credits m Line Railroad to lease thr e- Woman's Clubhouse
nown In Venice and vicinity, was a special note to advertisers education, gained this
nursery mile of track south i
quarters of a 8pm. meeting of V B.A. be
Tanslerred last Wednesday to wont you please contactus summer while attending the University I I
est Palm f fI of Venice of governors.
Beach. right away If you would like of Washington
___ Edition"? I Cur wood Appointed Monday, October 6
-
"Progress
an ad in the I -
Obviously, we will not 'have timeto KmlSEE INN SOLD I Mayor Higel also announced 8 p moo October meeting of

WeatheRgW"ATUU I handle any last-minute flood Deeds filed at the coanty court that Guy Curwood, well-known board of directors Vonice-NiV >,

of advertising nor would we yesterday disclosed the sale of the') Englewood and Venice contractor mis Chamber of Commerce at C.

be able to set all those ads the Komsee Inn In Nokomis by Robert : has been employed to act as city of C. building]

High Uw RAINFALL l.ch.i last week. Please, If you would S, Baynard and the Venlce-No- i, engineer. I 8 pm.. Lemon Bay Post, Amr.--

VlolI.\y] reported: .... ._.. 1468 like an ad call us at 3131 and reserve komis Bank acting as trustees to II lean Legion, meets in Community
rt, Curwood s chief immediate concern .
Sept, 26 Vance and Alice G Vance.
83 65 0.00 your space now I S. W Hall Englewood.
U., Sept 27 ., 81 67 0.00 Despite the fact thousands of I Sales stamps indicated a $19500 I the mayor said, will be to Tuesday. October 7

an Sept 29 82 66 0.00 the "Progress Edition." we are be a former South Carolina res- to and maintenanceof Hall
City
es.. Sept. 30 .. 80 rates because of taurant owner The Nokomis post
60 0.00 not raising our various Venice Air Base build- No-Vel Legion Auxiliary
ota) rainfall for month .... It.a that fact although many papers office is located in a portion of 8 pm.
the from the Clubhouse, VenIce
ed.. ings acquired by city meets. Legion
Oct floor of the twostorystructure.
1 *. 83 68 0.00 do so when putting out a special I the ground i '
11I1., 1 1l federal government. Air Base
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'VelUce ; JJ. tt:. Il' "TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY" 'I

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,: civic group In Tampa not long ago, Attorney
;; i Speaking before a
; : General Tom Watson emphatically denied that 'he was opposed to 17-1
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_. the Everglades National Park On the contrary, he stated that he was -1 ; 1 11

"I do not agree with a word Lou sal' but I will defend Just as enthusiastically In favor of Its establishment as any one in
with my life your right to say! It.' TAmE Florida

Published Friday Editorial and business office. 313 West Explaining his position, he
Venice; Avenue,every Venice Florid. P. O. Box 632 Phone Venice 3131. made It clear that wiat he did quire those states to relinquish ol
oppose, was the transfer to the and mineral rights, therefore.
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION lederal government of valuable why should tie state of Floridabe
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION oil and mineral rights In the park called upon to do so?
aiea He contends that the government Whether or not jou agree with
Entered< ..cond.cUn matter Jun. 6, I94C, .t the post office should be wlllinff to cre- Tom Watson you nave to admit
et Venice, Florid., under the Act of March 3, 1879. ate the park on Its merits, without that he is sincere and further- KITCHENCABINETS
looting the state of Its oil that he is courageous whenit
Subscription rated One year, $250; six months, $1,SO; three more
rights comes to fighting for his convictions -
months, 75c Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, first 20 He pointed out that the first In bringing up this Issue We have sere JI

words; I cent per word for each. additional. word. deed made by the state to the fed- on the heels of h;s announce- Kitchen Cabin; grades All: Of
--- -- --- hit
I eral government conveying lands ment as a candidate for governor, porcelain! tops tnl all
CARROLL WILLIAMS: .. tditor: and Publisher tor the park area was in 1D44 and le was sticking his neck out because shed In black c d tchite.a are, La,
HELEN UILI.UMS: Office Manager 1 specific reservations of all oil and of the popularity of Ue
HOWARD BRILtl: .., shop Fcreman I mineral rights wire provided for park idea and the public desire
-- I and this deed was accepted by the for its eariy cieation
government, but that In a later It would have been much easier -
NEWSPAPER WEEK deed the state relinquished thee and more advantageous
lights Iron a political standpoint to
lie a"ksI h this second deed have along with the crowd
'I I he week nt October l-s is being; observed[ all our was made and terms It an un and when gone asked why he did not

the nation as Mtiomlewpiper: Week, with Pr si.1.ntTruman's wist and unwarranted lift of do so he replied, "If I as one
vast potential state resources "It of those called upon to pass upon
J lauding the \meriiin a'
proclamation :
press Is mv ro\lrton! that it Is the execution of this deed
"the IYM md freest t in the wurld' topping the stream olpr against the welfare of the state thought It an unwise and unwarranted -

:us?, and it is my belief that I Mould gift of vast potential ti.
,I fail In my dulY to those who slate resources, why should Inn
'I I he PreMdent Mid: 'I like the 4uinm\ haw elected me to office If I failedto act upon such conviction
oppose such action:' he said Have I been elected to serve as
chosen this year1'tfur lieupiperene: *- freedom In 1 tnder the present gift of oil Attorney General and as a

serving,1( )'Oll..' !Newspapers have played a sl'lenJi.1art\ i rights bv the state to the United member of the Trustees of the CHROMIUMDINETTE

in this great calls of freedom( md I know' the: I can States indefinitely, the federal withhold government exloia- just Internal to cast Improvement my vote In accordance Board- SETS

can be counted upon in the future." with the votes of the other
lien and development cf the
members of this Board" (Table and Fnir Chairsi
I Everglades Park lands for oil or
like most other editors \\e led a i little Alteon minerals and all that Florida can Unfortunately, the man on the Leatherette Sist: and Bit

scions about 'bloumsj our own horn," bute do sinCerely I claim a right to under the present I street Is not legal minded and Assorted colon Tables ha,
deed, out of the oil and min- I what he ha< seen in the papers
believe the press as i :a i whole constitutes .\merit:i- erals hereafter procured from and heard from others In regardto : Porcelain or Mi"cnlte TJPI.

best guarantee ot freedom \\e like to feel tint t goes said lands by the government I this park controversy has given
I him the Impression that Watson
: will be the customary royalty:
for smill-town pipers like The I Gondolier( as well as for I therefor at such time 1 actually was opposed to the establishment -

the great metropolitan d nlies. "In addition to oil, It Is known 1 I of tie park and doing
I tiat: these park lands contain 1 everything In his power to prevent -
I much valuable timber of a kind it.Since,
the Attorney General emphatically -
I : not to be found elsewhere In this
YOU'II GET d lies that he opposes!
MORE FUN WITH TilE country, and potentially great
\I i'iTISGIIOri'E! "JE\\H' I or objects to the Park as such nnd
I
OUT OFm quantities of aluminum deposits his concern is only to protect thepublic
11 a Console Radio all of which the state has givenin 1 1i Interest In so far as oil
: Capsule Form i loot so to speak, to our national I and mineral rights in the area ere

.Tin government, I II concerned, it Is only fair that his
WE T,n. hun Rd Ingle l
I Nobodv know fog certain position be made clear
Album by Thrrt
Runs how -- --
much oil lure Is in the
"I:riri (ciirarloArtur : Everglade Park area or how ,, BACK HOME M
M-i, Ruhn.tAn Ph lidrlphOrrho much alumina tl-iosits Thereare After undergoing an operationat
;;:: r. .. hutenj: organdy two oil wells now in produc-
flOURS Sarasota Hospital, Mrs Ralph BABY BUGGIESWe
'PZ ALPHA MUSIC SHOP Lion, located soae thirty to fifty Q Simpson returned to her Farm
1 \erire miles from tote boundary of Road home here this week, reported now hay a completeline
Phone 2663
the park area each of which of Baby Bles sat
recovering nicely"Venice
-.: Is producing more than fivehundred Walkers

t >; ........4..44..44.... ..444.444' through the barrels smallest per day ,
Up of
4 pJr'I'| More than
4 a million dollars
4 has been spent in the E\er- RADIO SERVICE
10 j Hades area for oil leases, oil MfI"t'P'I TEST EQUIPMENT 1 16s.
exploration contract and oil GENT ISE PARts
4 drilling operations, as well as
for r..fI'hlork, and these
'
10ti t lands are now demand bv the I
4 largest oil produceis In the .
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eyq world at the best rental prices v

!. 1 'V*Vw 4 t for The oil drilling Attorney operatic General," also I

; r "m pointed out that In acquiring HOME RADIO KFPUR3IKFF
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lands for the establl' iment of na. FSTIHATbM
4.
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; fltr.JAN r fL tlonal parks in other states, the tit w. Venire PHONE A...1111 Venice
'---" :: 4 1 I federal government did not re- .

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4 RELAX AND DINE BABY BEDSNew
; MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY 6
FOR ACCOMMODATIONS AT
a MODERATE PRICES Shipment of Baby Sods

i THE COPPER' KETTLE INN i TARPON CENTERRESTAURANT All and sizes Mattresses it received


: Venice, Florida t

; SEASON: NOVEMBER 1st TO MAY 1stSpacious and DOCKS KITC11EN

; COCKTAIL LOUNGE .. STOOLSWood
.- DINNER $1.25
; Living and Sun Rooms Private Sniiiming. Pool 4

Ping Pang Table Badminton Courts Co or Ciromlum : -
Large (.rounds Packing Space at Leatherette
; Sample of Entrees on $1.25 Dinner seats

Di-lanc'e from: Golf Course 4 Blocks a FRIED SHRIMP -- FRIED SCALLOPS FRIED OYSTERS
Uovntoun 5 Blocks It SNAPPER
FINGERS FLORIDA LOBSTER
Beach = 4 Blocks 4br aa FRIED CHICKEN BAKED VIRGINIA HAMO __41'T LADDERSTOOLS

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Suites consisting of t WE ALSO SERVE A VARIETY OF SANDWICHES .
: Sun Room l.atluoom, Bedroom with twin beds ,
r drooma without bath, but bathroom ci vnlent, eav I HandY, fo.dIng '
Place
Room FurnUiecI( : Aartm.'nhllIh| Bath t I Your Dinner Order and Roam Our Snaclous Grounds, uaefal 111,039ladders
r. ---- a Overlooking' Docks Bays and Gulf We'.. Call You When \ com and
It
I Ready,
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RATES stool,
.V WRITE OR PHONE t

MRS. R. A. BALDWIN t. I "Enjoy Jhe Gorgeous Sunsets at Venice Inlet" i iI KING

.. Until October 22 .

318 So. Higby. Jackson, Mich. 5 MEALS SERVED FROM 5 r\I. TO MIDNIGHT I Furniture Co.

i Telephone 26333 t 1 Tarpon Center Restaurant I "We Feather Your Nest
After
October
24 I
Down"PUNTA
Z 519 Harbor Drive, Venice, Fa.! *a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Macatee Buddy Ringo i With A Little

: Telephone 3155 } GORDA
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October S, 1941 VENICE .,.
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OMEN'S BOWLING LEAGUE PLEASE NOTICE! -VENICE-NOKOMIS P.-T.A.WILL

DUE TO START OCTOBER 23 MEET AT HIGH SCHOOL, 8 P.M. TUESDAY, OCT.7

I mnnatlon of a.women'* bowling league, with play tentativelyheduled ?
to start at the.Venice Bowlakade on Thursday night. Oc- ATTENTION BOWLERS AND SPONSORS I IA 1
,wu decided upon at aGGoods meeting of local women bowlers! held 0
Tber2S E,u.. ,n. R.. Sporting Shop last Monday nluht Discount of 10* on all Shirts. Shoes Balls etc, will be
P. ft already have been allowed to all members of Venice league. Please let us have your
onjoredR&R.Three teams Sporting additional sponsors or interested HaveYOU order by October 15th ,
women bowler to be Invited
to
Orlll
and Palm -
K Club
edt attend. Exact time and place will
M d'Nestlewood fourth entry Gift Is Shop expected Gondolier be carried In a later Issue of The R & R Sporting Goods
meeting will be held
Another toro If more than four teams entry "The l
, two weeks according Florida Sportsman Specialist'Opposite
about Richardson, with any the league, It Is expected play will 1
Helen be on Thursday and Friday Ordered "en Ice.Nokomis Bank Phone 3132
nights If only four teams enter,
Dependable It will be on Thursday night only.
Mrs Marjorie Adorjan, who Is Your
ServiceWE secretary of the men's league, In
SPECIALIZE IN which play got under way this Why Not Vacation ] 8
,
Chrysler Product week will act In a similar capacity CopiesOf
for the women s league.

NOKOMISGARAGE FOR QUICK RELIABLE Early This Winter?
SERVICE. CALL The

GEORGE T DEVLIN VenicePlumbing Shop 1 I

Phone 25S1 Bole 14, Venice, Phone 2153A I IJ.l..uv PROGRESSEDITION SUMMER RATES IN EFFECT

V TILL DECEMBER 1 "

Privilege la Live In FloridaA !I
Distinction; to Live in Venice
Yet
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor .,.
EL PATIO HOTEL

225 W. Venice Ave VENICE, FLORIDA Phone J5T8 t
VENICE FLORIDA 4

Where the T.mi.mi Trail Meets the Open Gulf I L I JAMES Owner M. McCLURE THELMA Manager H. TRESHER F .r

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PHONE VENICE 3404We
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Landscaping Lawns x

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AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY i.


1 Golden Shower Trees f '

Variegated Rubber Trees .i \


All Kinds Of Palms

30 Different Varieties Of Hibiscus

Bougainvilleas Ligustrum 1

Flame Vine Jasmine

Ixora (Flame of the Woods)

Over 1,000 Crotons To Pick From

Grafted Double Yellow Hibiscus 6N

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October 6VENICE Wednesday, November 19
Monday, Averages
LAUNDRY. VENICE FURNITURE ((1-2) ADORJAN TRUCKING vs. VENICE FURNITURE; <( HIGH SCHOOL vs. EARL'S GARAGE (3-4))
R & R SPORTING GOODS vs. HIGH SCHOOL (3-4) Nave. Earl's 182
Kuykendall. V. Laundry 170
Wednesday, October 8 J. Biorseth VHS 16t Monday, November 24

VENICE FOOD vs. EARL'S GARAGE (1-2)) Jo.sart, Venice Laundry 162 VENICE LAUNDRY vs. VENICE FURNITURE (M)
ADORJAN TRUCKING vs. SMJTTY'S J-41 Brohard Smltty'sMack. 159 VENICE FOOD vs. EARL'S GARAGE (3-4))
R & R 156
Monday October 13 Wheeler Earl's 155 Wednesday, November 26
Smith. VHSO ... .. .. 15. GOODS HIGH SCHOOL
SPORTING vs. ll-t
BAR SPORTING GOODS vs. VENICE FURNITURE: (1-2) R & R )
Burkett .Adcrjan's 13. ADORJAN TRUCKING (3-4)
VENICE LAUNDRY VI. VENICE FOOD ((3-4) SMITTY'S vs. )
Adorjan Adorjan'i .. 153
Richardson R & R 152 Monday December 1
Wednesday, October 15 ,
Dietrich R & R.. 151
HIGH SCHOOL vj. ADORJAN TRICKING: ((1-2) 151 HIGH SCHOOL vs. ADORJAN TRUCKING1.21( )
Oakley. Venice Laundry
SMITH'S VI. EARL'S GARAGE J-41' VENICE LAUNDRY vs. VENICE FOOD ((3-41
Hanchey. Venice Laundry 150
Perlick jSmitty'i .. 149
October 20 Wednesday, December 3
Monday
Leger Earl's 149
ADORJ4V TRUCKING vs VENICE FOOD ((1-21 Adrian V.H.S. .. .. 1t6 SMITTY'S: vs. EARL'S GARAGE 11-2)
HIGH SCHOOL VI'EmCf: LAUNDRY (3-4)) Brobst: Venice Furniture 1f5 R & R SPORTING GOODS vs. VENICE FURNITURE (fS,11 I

Fcnton Earl's .......... .. 14.
Wednesday, October 22 Raeburn, Smltty's In Monday, December 8
R & R SPORTING GOODS vs. SM\ 'FY'S (1-2) Koogler Adorjan's 141 SMITTY'S.. R & R SPORTING GOODS Ml!
EARL'S GARAGE vs VENICE FURNITURE ((3-4) Nelson. Venice Food Itl EARL'S GARAGE vs. VENICE FURNITURE ((3-41
Curwood. Smltty's ... 139

Monday, October 27 Stephens.Earl. Earl's' .: ... '.:. m Wednesday, December 10

ADORJAV TRUCKING vs. EARL'S GARAGE (1-2) Keys VH8. ......._........... .... ... 135 men SCHOOL vs. VENICE LAUNDRY 11-21
VENICE: FURNITURE vs. VENICE FOOD J-4) I. V. Biorseth. R & R.. 134 ADORJAVS TRUCKING vs. VENICE FOOD l-4))
Archer, Venice Food .. 113

Wednesday, October 29 Brlley.J Burkett.Veni edLandry. m Monday, December 15

SMITTY'S vs. HIGH SCHOOL (1-2)) Weltz, Venice Food 12. ADORJAN'S TRUCKING vs. EARL'S GARAGE
R A: R SPORTING GOODS VI VENICE LAUNDRY: ((3-4) Jones Venice Food 124 R & R SPORTING GOODS vs. VENICE LAUNDRY <13.tl!
Grove, Smltty'i .. .. 117

Monday, November 3 Ralph Haines,Langlerl Venice V.':.Furniture 113 115 Wednesday, December 17

VENICE LAUNDRY: vs. ADORJAN TRUCKING ((1-J) McCracken Adorjan'i 111 VENICE FURNITURE vs. VENICE FOOD Ml)
EARL'S: GARAGE. R & R SPORTING GOODS (3-4) Ray Langlerl, V. Furniture 101 HIGH SCHOOL Vs. SMITOY'S 13-4))

STANDINGS
Wednesday, November 5 W L Pint Monday, January 5
Earl's .. ... ..
VENICE : Oarage 3 0 2302
VENUE FURNITURE vs SMITTrs ((1.2)) R. & R .. ...... ... ..... .... 3 0 2136 VENICE: FURNITURE vs. SMTTTY'S 11.21
FOOD vs. HIGH SCHOOL (3-4)) Adorjan'iVenice ............... ..... 3 0 2052 VENICE FOOD vs. HIGH SCHOOL <(3-4)< )
Laundry ...... .. 2 1 2218
Monday, November 10 Smltty's ......... ......... ... 1 2 2124 Wednesday, January 7EARL'S
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High School 0 3 2216
VENICE FURNITURE vs. HIGH SCHOOL (1-2) Venice Food ... 0 3 1938 GARAGE vs. R & R SPORTING GOODS ll-l
ADORJAN TRUCKING vs. R& R SPORTING GOODS ((3-4)) Venice Furniture":": 0 3 1732 VENICE LAUNDRY vs. ADORJAN TRUCKING (J-41

Wednesday, November 12 WEEK'S RESULTS Monday, January 12
Monday, September 29, Earl's
EARL'S GARAGE vs. VENICE LAUNDRY ((1-2) Pure Oil defeated Venice High EARL'S GARAGE vs. VENICE LAUNDRY (1-21
VENICE FOOD vs. SMITTY'S ((3-41, School 3-0: R. & R Sporting ADORJAN TRUCKING vs. R& R SPORTING GOODS 15-41
Goods defeated Venice Food 3-0.

Monday, November 17 Trucking Wednesday October Venice 1. Adorjan Furniture Wednesday, January 14
R & R SPORTING GOODS vs. VENICE FOOD ((1-2) 3-0; Venice Laundry defeat VENICE FOOD vs. SMITTrs ((1-2)
SMITTY'S. VEMCE LAUNDRY: (3-4) ed Smitty's 2-1. VENICE FURNITURE vs HIGH SCHOOL ((3-4))




Venice Furniture Earl's Garage High School Venice Food


R. G. Haines Paul Nave Ronald Smith Claude Archer

Ralph Langieri A. Leger Joe Biorseth H. E. Weltz

Ray Langieri F. Fenton Glenn Stephens Fred Nelson

Lee Brobst Sam Wheeler Edward Keys Carroll Williams

Burnie Redding Byron Earl Ralph Adrian Byron Jonel



Adorjan Trucking Smitty's Venice Laundry R & R Sporting Goods |

Louis Adorjan Jud Curwood Jim Oakley Stan Richardson

J. Burkett Smyth Brohard Howard
Briley I. V. Biorseth
E. McCracken George Perlick Herb Dietrich
Hanchey, Sr. H. G.
G. Burkett Frank Raeburn J. J. Jossart Herschel LewellynVENICE

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VENICE GONDOLIER _
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MRS. L P. CRATER

fsToai BECOMES BRIDE OF DIES UNEXPECTEDLYL.


-YOUR FISHING AND HERMAN PREVATTMr. P. Crater, former Bee Ridge

NEEDS. resident and now a popular KMI
SPORTING and Mrs. Herman Prevail
1 SEE US FIRST are Lyndon Ky., to attend funeral

R&RORTING home back at in Venice malting their services last Sunday at Sarasotafor "Progress Edition"
the Venezia Hotel, after his wife Mrs Minnie Lee Order BlankI
GOODS being married at the First Methodist
Hawkins
Crater, who
8peclaU.t"Or died unexpectedly
8portom. s Church of
f'IorIcII Folkston Ga.
venire Nokomis Bank last at Louisville Ky., last
Sunday afternoon.
phone SI32 week, after having apparently recovered
They were :wed ink double ring from an operation. Inter

ceremony, with the Rev. Gilbert ment was In Tatum Ridge Cemetery

pastor of the church officiating He will return to Lymon Enclose $--___ Ordered By ..____

They were accompanied to soon. }

Folkston by Mr. and Mrs. Charles t

Koogler of Venice.

Mrs. Prevatt Is a daughter of CLASSIFIEDADS

Mr.Edgewood.and Mrs John W Norman of Please send . . copies of the 1917

(pea word first 20 word.. Ie each PROGRESS EDITION"
of The Venice Gondolier
additional ward- Minimum ..r.25. ......
.*4".4 .. C..h w.ih Ad' -"'Special '; i;. e
1 for more than one Insertion 0' the at 20c each, including postage; to : {
911 .
Business tame .d Ads will| b. accepted over
I* the telephone (3131)) up to I p.m. 'PLEASE PRINT PLAINLY)
all Thursday, with the understandingadve.tl.er

[ AND .) will remit piyrnentpronpUy 1t

ProfessionalDirectory J t 4 4Yta

FOR SALEm

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NeedLetterheads Ns tfslNff1t11fttir NARY ('ARRIA(; :. nllap.i6le typ.
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ADDITIONS & REPAIRS J

Envelopes? l. Carpentry Work ; : II.-ID.-Phone 2171
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Phone 2521 fHllIoK Phone Venice 8397.
Business Cards? .
HONEY EXTRACTOR: |..........ln. tank
team uncapping| knife and tulle. N inv.
NOW .r..... other b>.. niiilim.nt. Cheap for
Frank Coffman Quirk .*!.. t'.ll I.. I'. ('r.wr. Waite I. 2.
Ion Can Have Your 8.m-.t.. Ti.li|.h..nr 6 ..Ir.fi.W.STED. r +rr

PRINTINGVORK GENERAL: CONTRACTOR

Done Rlrht In Venice
Telephone 1''I: BOYS 1I1l'\'l'U. \\ rite Has A. to
Sarasota 69397ROOFING r..... .II.r.

VeniceGondolier BUSINESS PERSONALS

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tire lirwmallr .up.rtiw nil w..rk my..cif. .
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m w, Venice An. "
Phone 3131 ALVIN P. JONES KHSSMAKIN: : I :. Alii' 'r.lI..n.' llutti I..
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Phone 2981 rniirliinit A%'..
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mewing mitchini'K. nli.\. anhlnic
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I DRIVEWAYS H'T [:01. Murk fill dirt.
ihill r".,"' work ..f alt, kinds with
'mixer Louis Ak.rJ.n. Phone 1412 '
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4 I bl..ko I" .IIIlt Phone 2171.i .

125 South Tamiami Trail Venice i- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


Delicious Sandwiches-When You Are Hungry .4. DON'T WISH YOO HAD f4 i ik


"The Bright Spot on the'l'rail"A! 50' x 159' Bjilding Lots

Oro\'eland Avenue 6. __ __ !

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4 $200.00Paved


.!. AT THE BAR Elcctilclty Water.

Fee Simple: Deed.

New Low Price on Scotch! : Purchaser abstract to pay desired fo Abstractif .1


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Why Pay More? ;. NOTICE r ---
INT1EK FirTITIOlH NAME LAW i
'I Tl WHOM II MAY lONCbKNlNitlrt
I h hereby given that the uml.Icninl .'"-
Bottled in Bond Straight Kentucky Bourbon !I, .Scutiile'. pur.oi.nt HUM to Hill the No rlttltluui.1175 Chapter Name

I Nn. 2IIH5J !.aw s ..r Hori.U IU41 will
', nwt.ter with the Clerk uf the Circuit
ames E.: Pepper . . $4.98 !, lourt In and for Sarasota County H"fi
/ i 01.l up.n receipt I of proof of the publlra.tiun a
4 uf this notice, the fktiti. Dome.
6 years old Fifth 1 trw nt
rorrrR: KETTLE INN
under which' I am enirnKed In liunlneM
WHILE IT LASTSSUBSCRIPTION I I expect to eniane In bu.inn.s lit nom. 9.
: ..., *i( t H.rU.r Drive. In the City olVrnlre
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That the party Interested In said bum.
I In... enterprise it as follower I IMr.
.. V. R. WlUon sole owner.
I Dated .t Vrnlce. Sarasota County
II' Rep'emhrr 4. 1047.
ORDER I Putli.h:: ':pt' 11 It, 21. Oil 3.

MCE I NOTICE
GONDOLIER
II NnFR FICTITIOUS' VAMP LAW
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Box d32, ''TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN:
l'(nice' Honda. .I Vmire h h.n.by ifln-n that the under. 18
'I mil, punuant I" .. N mMito"
:; : Hirnxc lIhN2.lmt; Chapter
1
Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one 'u 2"05a.l fowl ul Mirlln. IR4I will
...l.tpr. with the Clerk ..f the Circuit
I'" "n. In .nd for 8.r....l. Cminty 11.'..-
'ear ($2.50)< ) ........."._"..., six months ($1.50) ...................... life upon r.tslit uf proof of the publl.
cohort of this ...ti... the flctltliut Mime.
'r three low".
months (75c) .._....T........._... VENICE/ DEPARTMENT STORE
'All which I ..,", |n biinlnwi.. 1
under nm emr ) f
subscriptions must be paid In advance due to I......... In .n.... 'In builnnu .t number" Y
postal regulations) I 1513 Wed Vonln a..nu. In the City of

'fir" I Ih. Vrnle.Florida.That the party Interested In Mid bu.ldes. .
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Mri Lllllin Joseph dole ownw. I II
Dated l It Vrnlr. Sarasota County
dress .",..____" ._"_"_.-_._.".."... I Fk.rl.ln 8fpt.mb of II 1947.
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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday October
PaRe Six I ---.:....:
RETURN HOME FQR JOB PRINTING

E. ServicemenCm FORMER ENGLEWOOD Ing letterheads.
Mn Helen Vacheresse and her ments, or business en\-eloPel'
MINISTER DIES rEf cards,
and John 6t The Gondolier 110 I
Diane
Pick Base two children. VenIce of/Ice,31311
Word was received here this Notes i Michael, have returned to their venue, or Phone lilt

And Brunch week of the death In Bradenton, .t.saaasaaaa..aaa..aaa...a. home on Ponce da Leon avenue

September 24. of the Rev. A. W. I after a two months' visit with
3ci,,ant Joseph Croft of the I 'Ithe SOPHOMORE: CLASS
Jo mstone, 81, pastor of En- friends and relatives In Ohio and
Ai IT. .i d A.r Forces Recruiting There were 23 members enrolled ,
for
Church
Community
I glewood West Virginia
Set I 1e. who Is at the \enice-N'3- in the tenth grade the first '
13 winters until hu retirement a
kow Chamber of Commerce week of school with the girls out
few years ago Survivors Includehis numbering the boys. 13 to 8.
bin Id re from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
widow Mrs. Cora E. Jofjn- In the first meeting of oil" Government Surplus
cvciy Wednesday, announced this
tone; a daughter, Mrs. Earl Meyer class, we elected the following officers -
week that he had received authority -
BuildingsFINAL
of Gross Point Farms Mich.; ; Lorena Ball, president:
to accept former servicemen
Bowden, vice-president: A
Shirley LONG
for cjecific aF llnments.'I a son William H Johnstone of
Jean Bean, secretary and trea- HONEYMOON
& assure any veteran that he Bethlehem, Pa.. and two sisters in
Student
I surer, Nadine Hayes,
will be assigned loa base of its Ireland. of which country the Council member Mary Slmms SALE We knew a couk
that was
choice has been longplannedptt.gtem married
a
Rev Johnstone was a native. and Ralph Adrian color guards: twenty v III aco I
of Recruiting Sonic.
Juanita Turner class reporter. -J Y month. L. saes that
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Cicl Mid Under this new plan Peggy Bradford, one of the 20 X 25 20 X 35 It seems; T JMerdiy
vrtr,ant may choose one of the Benning In Georgia Fort Jackson and that ir hone,.
students in this class, has droppedout
following Army Installation: I In South Carolina and Fort to to Texas. 20 x 35 20 x 40 e moon w i neur be
MacDdl Field! go over a' N is ba
at Tampa Fort I Brag in North Carolina.
-Juanita Turner 4 sweet heat"
contin
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love
with
a little
SPORT NOTES 20 x 100 16 x 16 now and :n from M

I i I Bobby Evans and Billy Hanklns 20 X 45

acquired the Senior doubles horse- KNOWLESJEWELERS

4 shoe championship by defeating
JUST A FEW

i Raymond Edge and Charles OF THESE LEFT Post Office
Arcade
Variety Storea Futch In the finals and Ralph 1

I Hasley copped the Junior singlesby

defeating Glenn Underwood. P. L. HaynesVENICE
JOHN A and MILDRED E STANCAR
Juanita May tossed the basket- t

: On: Highway 775 ENGLEWOOD Phone 2435 4 4 ball 60 feet to establish a murk ARMY: BASE wx.
that will give the Senior girls

.naarasaa aura..aaaaa...............a......... .4 something to throw at next week.
Nadine Hayes and Reba Jones

ran the 50 yards In '7.6 and 7.7 respectively VENICE INLET
ROVER IS HAPPY! to establish very fast

@;; He's Just Had A Ride time for the Senior girls. NURSERY SCHOOL
Work on three volley ball
In A Low-Cost Venice Taxi courts Is expected to be finishedby Will OpeaOctober

Phone 3461If this week. Tills will Includeone 15
for the use of the Fifth and
For Children 2 1.2 5
Sixth grades Ages to
No Answer, Call 2955
-Coach Charles Oadd
APPLICATIONS NOW BELNG ACCEPTED

VENICE TAXI SERVICE, Inc. I Write MARJORIE E LANE, Director
VENICE FLORIDA
t' URn E ir CARS FOR REST I J VISITORS _
Mr and Mrs Earl Bente of New-

port Beach Call, are leaving for
.4.44.4.tf.4f 4f.........4tfw44ff 4f 44f f f 4.4JOSSART home today after a weeks visit
BEAUTY LOOKS AHEAD
with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Eddy at
KINCAID i their Albee Road home. Blonde or brunette, )'I>u're HIS tn'

Dependable '01 I If you're sweet the neat Way Let t 11
Plumbing
style your hair In becoming new lice!

Contracting RepairingFull 4 that you,.can keep looking lovely four
AFTER YOU HAVE
Line Fixtures and Materials i READ THIS COPY hJ self with just a swish of the bnisl

Water Pumps Pipe and FittingsLET OF THE GONDOLIER Phone 2811 today for an appointment

IS FIGURE TOUR JOB ESTIMATES: GIVEN
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WHY NOT MAIL IT
Phone 2665 Post Office Box 134 t TO SOME FRIENDUP Ifoole CHARM1L0

: 323 West Venice Avenue Venice, Florida NORTH \

: Across the street from the Gulf Theatre 223 W. Miami Ave. Phone 2811

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"" WORTHINGTON
COME: PV LET tS SHOW
Now OpenWeek
YOU THIS PLANE THAT On The TamlamI Trail

ALMOST FLIES ITSELF ADJACENT TO COUNTRY CLUB & GOLF COURSE
ErE VENICE-- --- Days 8 a.m to 6 pm. CONVENIENT TO BEACH
FROM THE AIR PASSENGER HOPS $1.50
--- NOW BOOKING SEASON 194..11
RESERVATIONS FOR
Saturdays 8
a.m. to 9
LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONS p.m.

GO\'rrnmrnt.\ppro\'rd School Continuous Enrollment Steam Heated. Fully Equipped Housekeeping Apartme&U

J & J AIRCRAFT\ INC. Mitchell's I Two Accomodating Beautiful Gardens Two to for Four Rest Person and Relaxation and

Barber Rates For Season (October to April) $800 to (1800
P.O.BARASOTAENKE Box 2349 P.O Box 291 P O. Box 1137 Shop THE WORTIIINGTON HOTEL ft APARTUEMS:
PUNTA GORDA
132 W, Venice Ave. GEORGE H. READ Mgr
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Jojner Venice 2551
E. T. Denham Sarasota 6306 VENICE FLORIDA
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Arrived! SWEATERS! SHOES SHOES SHOES

:MISSES GIRLS' ,MFS
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