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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1947
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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2N0.3 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS


aspersen ANNUAL P.-T.A. IIALLOWE'ENCARNIVAL New Owners to Reopen


NEXT FRIDAYWith .

irst to Fileor Pines Hotel Here ,
Hallowe'en only one week away, Chairman Jack Wilkin-

son announced yesterday that plans are shaping up well for "the

Mayor biggest P-TA Halloween Carnival ever held in Venice." About November 15 Y!
This year's carnival will\ be held I
next Friday night In the KMI or Friday to assist In fixing

Although: several candidates gym, starting at 6 :30 p.m.. with booths and making other arrangements Purchase of Venice's largest hostelry--the 100-room three-story .

ne unofficially thrown their proceeds to go 50 per cent to the Pines Hotel at the northeast corner of West Venice avenue and Har-

u into the ring for both the high school band, 25 per: cent to I He Issued the following statement bor drive-;was announced this week by Herbert T. Carlson, Asbury t i7o' x

yoraltY and council Jobs to be I the Laurel School and 25 per cent : I i Park, N J., man who Is president of the recently formed Pines Hotel { 0

ted on by Venice citizens Debar ,I to the high school, for P.-T.A. "Once again the ParentTeachers Corporation. Former owner of the hotel was Joseph R. Weinstein, -,

2. Finn W Caspersen was work Association dons the robes of who bought It from Mrs Fred Al-

( only one to file formally yes- Seeks Volunteers John McQllloollcuddy, the 'School bee last year Hotel-Apartment '

day, the first day nominating Mis Dorothy Fields, Venice post- Ghost,' and offers a full eveningof The hotel Is slated to reopen '' ,

titlons could be accepted by master and co-chairman of the witches and stuff for the I November 15, with a new cocktail Owners to Meet

n. Helga Roess-Siede, city carnival committee Is asking for amusement of the parents and lounge and coffee shop to be located itr

rkI women volunteers to assist In children of Venice and surrounding on the Venice avenue side Monday Night $

Bearing the required 15 slgnaKres I I\ food preparation and sales Those ( communities of the structure scheduled to be f

Caspersen petition ofl- J willing! to donate food Items are I "As all good school people I ready for business by December 1. Secretary Hary A. Beach of

Ki Uy! putting him Into the race 1| asked to let her know in advance know. Ghost John is the guy who Take Possession the Venice-Nokomls Chamber of r

Hr mayor, to succeed Clyde V. what articles they will give. I stays at the school all year and \ Carlson and the corporations Commerce yesterday announcedthat 1'1

H gel| us filed about 2:30: pmtterday Mrs. H. S. Bowden heads a I rings the bells all night and does I vice-president and treasurer, John a meeting to discuss formation -

group that will\ contact merchants other minor mlschlevlous acts Clarke, also of Asbury Park, arrived of a Venice-Nokomis Hotel +"q t

New developments in the local | for donations toward providing Each year he comes forth to attend in Venice last Monday to and Apartment House Owner4'Association

ilitlcal situation this week Inuded prizes frr contestants In the the school Hallowe'en carnival take possession of the property. will be held at 8 pm.

a formal announcement costume parades and other events. I' His spirits, and some human I Also associated with them II next Monday at the C of C. fltnff

Dr. T. S, Thompson presidentthe Wilkinson also asks that anyone helpers, put on the 'Horror I Thomas "Tony" Donofrio, also of All hotel and apartment house 44!;

city council, that he willt having a canvas.clean or not- Room' display for the main carnival Asbury Park. He is secretary: of owners and managers of Venice t''

be. candidate to succeedIf. that they would be willing to lend spook. He creates a happyair the corporation and Is a former and Nokomis are cordially Invitedto '

i for use during the carnival get in of fun for all who attend. restaurant and night club opera attend the meeting, he said,

touch with him He also would "You all are Invited to attend tor with a view toward working out a
Hotel '
Louis Suter, owner of the I advcrtMns h r
jenezla recently, appreciate volunteers to show up next Friday evening The supper Carlson also disclosed this week plan for co-cperatlve
a* predicted Bow-
H. S. [
I at the KMI gym from 3 :30 to 6 will start at 6:30: )::.m.. with the that he and Clarke are purchasing C. of C. president .
cunced he will run for mayor. !
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commit
Chairman of the y
p m., next Wednesday, Thursday i i Continued on Page Six) the large Worthington Hotel den, Is : r
8. Bowden, who did not seek I .:. --- tee in charge. assisted by M. A. .,
and Apartments from C. K. Cal-
klectlon when his councilmanic Braswell and George Mitchell.
Ira expired last year, also was II Council Invites Electricians and laham, trustee, on the Tamlaml I

ported to have decided to STY I Trail here and expect to take possession : .t
[[r the council post being vacat- Plumbers to Meeting Monday Night I about, November 20, Although i NESTLEWOOD

by Dr. ThompsonIJJ.A. I he and Mrs Carlson and 'TO FEATURE .
( In an effort to discus the entire plumbing and electrical situ their children, Linda 3, and Ronald -
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\ ation In Venice frankly and amicably, the city council this week voted 17 months will make their

to Elect I to sponsor a meeting at the city hall next Monday at 8 p moo with all home at The Worthington, Carl Evelyn Baker and Ailta Graves.

local plumbers, electricians and other Interested.parties invited to son said George Read will be retained owners of the Ncstlcwood Gift a.

!fficers Next attend. -- ---- as manager of the de luxe Shop returned to Venice this

; Suggested by Councilman Finn' MEET MONDAYTO property, one of the most beau week after closing their Holder-

[uesday Night Caspersen and endorsed! by the ORGANIZE tiful hotel-apartments in this part ness, N. H bummer gift shop. l
other members of the council and I of Florida. En route, they stopped off In ;

I With the election of a nei"rd Mayor Clyde V. Hlgel, the meetIng I TENNIS CLUB I To Return Next :Month Boston and New York to place ;

1 of governors for the com- will\ have a' Its aim the workIng i i Plans to form the "Venice Tennis Carlson and Mrs. Carlson and orders for the latest gifts and '

IK year as the principal orderbusiness i out of method that will reduce ,' Club" were disclosed this week! Mrs. Claike are going! North novelties They plan to expand the ;'

[ a meeting of the Ven- plumbing and electrical I with the announcement that an I I today, blt.11! return next month women's sportswear department
Business Association will befid I work costs In Venice, and thus organizational meeting will beheld I jto I make their home here. Mrs. of their tore here and made arrangements --
exclusive representation
encourage greater building activity In the Richard II Gedney sister of the mayor for
it 8 p m next Tuesday. Ocber I Clarke is the several!
28, in the Chamber of Com- here. real estate office at 301 West ( of Asbury Park. Clarke is remain- in this area for

ICe building! I Mayor Hipil agreed: with Cas Venice avenue at 7 pm next ing to ready the hotel for reopen- famous lines
persen that the whole matter Monday ling
|0 L. Kincaid present chair- '
pin of the board, said the elec- ; should be discussed with all interested First major protect of the club I Donofrlo with his wife and' Coming Events I
effort to alleviate :
n till be by secret ballot after parties In an I will be an effort to obtain at i I daughter, Carol, 6, also will come I II

fminatlom! have been made the situation. least one public tennis court In.time to Venice in the near future He : Friday. October 24
Dirg"rdI
III the floor, He urged that alllllbers I Floor council Area also debated the for use this season I will superintend the "seivlce" dc- 630: p.m., "Youth Week" banquet -

i attend. Anyone holding I I Continued on Page Three) Venice.Nokomis Methodist
] advisability of setting up mini- All persons Interested la tennisare
|City of Venice
occupational Ills mum floor area requirement for invited to attend the meeting, Church.
nse eligible Monday October :277pm.
for membership new homes In Venice, but deferred 1, which will be brief. Among thoe Two County Club organizational -
the "no dues" organization. ., Venice Tennis
definite Information the lead In organizing the
action until more taking Richard
[PtajforVBA, activity during the Buford 1 CommissionersIndicted meeting, at
Is obtained from club are Jud Curwood I
e coming year also will be AltI H. Gedney real estate office.
Authority. Walter Bear, S. Jarvis
Federal Housing Henry,
I at the meeting. :, i 8 p m, hotel and apartmenthouse
The matter was brought: up by Adams Richard H. Gedney, Hel- owners meet at Venlce-No 9
Richard H. Oedney, local real en and Stan Richardson and Helen '
BREAKS ARM I Two of Sarasota County five komis Chamber of Commerce
Douglas estate man, who said establishment and Carroll Williams. Ii at city hall
Bowen Aldermanof 8 meeting
seven-year-old floor areas I commissioners JO pm.
i of Mr and Mrs B. E. Bowen of minimum materially In obtaining Myakka and Otis T. Howell of called by city council to discuslocal
would assist electrical situation -
Nokomis suffered a broken the FHA. : GONDOLIER AD Frultvllle this week were Indicted plumbing and
term In a 'slide" accident at loan approvals from objected BRINGS HICK RESULTS f I by a federal grand jury All interested Invited.
Councilman Caspersen meet,
bowlers
Laurel School last MondayWeatheR of such a restrictive I "I hart several rails within a i In Tampa on charges of conspirIng 8 p.m. women j
adoption
enoon, to by R. & R. Sporting Goods
Gondolier to defraud the government
Insists hours after The
ordinance unless the FHA few Post No. 159.
Gedney last week and sold filing false certificates in order to 8:30: pm.No-Vel
out \
came
provision. Legions
,
on such a American Legion, meets
to obtain more specific Information all the furniture. Those little purchase surplus property.The .
agreed clubhouse
Venice Air Base
charged the
I and present it to theContlnu..d Gondolier classified ads certainly Indictment Tuesday October 28

( on Page Six) I IGONDOLIER'S I bring results" two men, together with Clarence Venice Business Association
comment of O Hewitt, St. Petersburg machinery 8pm.
That was the C. building, An- t
4ae7vag RAINFALLHl.b to buy meets C of
D. Holland of Nokomis dealer, conspired
:Mrs.
of governors.
board
Uw UchM nual election
certain surplus equipment, osten-
"kill" the
called to
she
when meeting, Ven-
vtoUSly reported .............. 1.01 "furniture for sale" classifiedad sibly for Sarasota. County use but 8 p.m., W.S CJS.
Oct.. First Annual Ice-Nokomis Methodist Church.
17 85 72 0.00 I she had placed last week. in reality for their own personal Bible
t, Young Matrons
Oct, ,
18 .... 88 60 0.00 PROGRESSEDITION If YOU have something to use or resale. 8pm Clyde
n. meets home of Mrs.
Oct.. 19 ... 88 69 0 00 sell, or want to buy. why not Neither Howell nor Aldermanhas Circle ,
Oct. 20 .. 85 69 0.00 I Gondolier classified ad'? Issued a comment for publication Hegel
es try a Thursday. October 30
Oct. 21 ... the indictment. They
84 69 0.00 I word (23 on
Will Be OutNOVEMBER Only two cents per Venice Lions Club,
6:30 .
Oct. : pm.
22 bonds in Tampa
$1.000
> 86 69 0.20 I minimum). each posted .
cents Restaurant.VENICE
UII., Oct. 23 .. ,.. 85 70 000 I 7 yesterday afternoon. Tarpon Center

11 *o date this month.._... 1.21

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GONDOLIER Friday,
VENICE October
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BOARD APPROVESA Tide TablesVENICE Plan to FormBasketball I -.

new application for a beer INLET It Pay .To Play

and wine license, submitted for Date High Low FOR YOUR FISHING AND .I 1 have Several
BuiLt
Taylor'i Drive-In, on the Ta- "rl Ort. 21 _._ 11:004i p.m. 1:65 p m.S.t. Team in Venice SPORTING NEEDS. ings at Venice
mlanir Trail one mile north of .. Orl. 26 ___ ': a m. ':5M ..m. SEE US FIRST Air Bast
II:lit pm. 4:10 p.m which
Nokomis, was approved this week .. to organize a basketball were slightly
Sun.. 11<1. 2.11,4'I a m. 4:4\ .m.II A move R & R dam.
by the Sarasota County Board of 20 p.m. .:0\ p.m team to represent Venice In aged by the
__ IIB.m. 5Uo.m. recent hw
Commissioners.v44444r4444444444444444. Mon. Get 87 of Sarasota
I 11,13 p m. .:." p.m play against teams SPORTING GOODS ricane.
Tu.. Oil 2R .__ 11:22 p m. auto ..m. Bradenton, Punta Gorda and other .'
Bportimia; 8peclallat"
11:411 6:65 p.m Th Florida
t W".. Business i 1:11 p... .:19 p.m, this week Phone J1JZ have to be dismantled\
Th"r. (1110 __ U.II: a m. 7,19..m. and II
the R.
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of
Stan Richardson the base
AND A 2:11' p m. 6:441 p.nl. and each
"rl" (1t. BI 12:11.m. 6:02 ..m. R. Sporting Goods store asked Contains -
ProfessionalDirectory BOI p.m.: fiSM I'm. that anyone interested in playingon from \lofXKto2o) ,

i 4 such a team contact him at 000 feet of good, seaso .
calling him at ed lumber
DependableService the store or by Children'sArt
..... rb 6 1r6 F
3132. I will mike a
Workshop M
"Coach Charles Gadd of the price on these to
Frank Coffman get( t them
309 Pedro Street
\\E SPECIALIZE IN high school. Chuck' Koogler and I moved
GENERAL CONTRACTOR 1 Chrysler Products Gene Buikett. among others, have OPENSSATURDAY I immediately,
Telephone shown Interest in the Idea" Rich- MORNING,
Sarasota 69.397ROOFING NOKOMISGARAGE ardson said, "and If we can get a OCTOBER 25 P. L. Hanes
squad of eight or nine men to- 9:30 11:30:
gether, well form such a team
For Information Call VENICE ARMY USE
and arrange a schedule of games"Capt.
Roof Woik of All Kinds Virginia Dowling Patton

ALVIN P, JONES GEORGE T. DEVLIN Venice 3423 -
Phone 2981 Phone 2581 I.enison.

:' Lands Season's


Citizens of Sarasota CountyA First KingfishCaptain IN A

FREE BOAT RIDE IN A GLASS BOATA I i Jack Denison, local I I HURRY 9.

guide, boated the first kingfish of
will beleadv |
demonstrator of the Tilciaft Fiberglas Boats
the season during the past week Phone 3461If
at Nokomis. east of Ti all neat south bridge, week days
( landing 14'a-pounder' off Ven-
and Sunday afternoons No obligation as we know you will a
be a booster after jour dimonstiatlon ice Inlet. No Answer, Call 2955
It marked the second successiveyear

Plastic Age Boat and Equipment Co. 'I that Cap Denison, who
owns the charter boat "Rose- VENICE TAXI SERVICE, Inc.U .
NOKOMIs: At The TrailPhonr mary," has boated the first king-
FOR
DRIVE. IT CARS RENT
2082 fish of the season In waters oft

Venice With him last Monday
44444444444444444.444444444444444414444444444The .. / was Jack Washington, sportsmanfrom
Logan W. Va MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY
WORTHINGTONOn Capt Den.son said the fish are FOR ACCOMMODATIONS AT

t I not running In schools yet, however -
: The Tamlajni Trail THE COPPER KETTLE I INN
ADJACENT TO COUNTRY CLUB & GOLF COURSE '
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CONVENIENT TO BEACH Venice, Florida
; VON HOOKING RESERVATIONS FOR SEASON 1947-48 Charm Beauty to
Steam Hiated Fully Equipped Housekeeping Apartments SEASON NOVEMBER 1st TOJ.r: 1st
Accomodatlng Two to Four Persons and
; Two Beautiful Gardens for Rest and Relaxation Close Next Week Spacious Living and Sun Rooms Private all Rates For Season October to April $800 to $1800 Pine Pone Table Badminton ('ourU
; THE UORTIIIVGTON: HOTEL & APARTMENTS: 4 For Renovation t Larre Grounds Parking !space

GEORGE H. READ. Mgr. For further Information and rates Writ MRS R. A BW.DMU
VENICE FLORID Announcement ,,h"t the Charm
; The Place for The REST" of Your Life 4 t Until October 22 SIS S, Illgby Jackson Mick
ir .rs ias....'""'.'''.....' 'iib+.rb..........f Beauty S'lon at 223 West Miami After October 24 519 Harbor Drive Venice, Florida
avenue will be closed for renovation
141tIf ftt14444414ttt44444444444t4144414f444d4r +' from Mordav through

4 Thursday of next week, reopening
4 Friday October 31. was made yes
r smitty'stavern terday by Its owners, Mrs. Luclle
4 Blalock and Mrs. Trixie Nelson

., They will take advantage of the Tarpon Center
closing to attend the Florida State
Hairdressers Association
convention
4
to be held at Daytona Beach
I RESTAURANT and BAR
4 Jrom October 26 to 29.
z Starting tomorrow, the Charm ,
zj Beauty Solon will be open Saturdays .
125 South Tamiami Trail Venice t from 9 a m. to 5 p at., the -

Z Delicious: Sandwiches .. same hours maintained on other
When You Are Hungry week-days.
Dance to the Music of
r "The
Bright Spot on the Trail"PACKAGE

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His Orchestra
WEEK-END SPECIAL BARGAIN

Park and Tilford Reserve fifth $3.25

Saturday Night Dance Adm. 50c

Values We Are Offering While Present Stock Lasts

Puerto Rican Rum . fifth $2.89 -


John Collins Gin . . fifth. $2.95. Dinner Dancing CocktailsOn
90 Proof
GRAIN 40c

London's Dry Gin . pint $1.85 j The PINT
the Water Front at Venice Inlet
Old Mr. Boston Whiskey l-2-pt.$1.00 !

PINCH BOTTLE t The Rexall Store


King Wines . . . fifth $ .80 "Prwrlptlon 8p..,!.II.|," Chas. & Mary Macatee Buddy Ringo

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i'ridal/' "October 24. 1947 VENICE GONDOLIER POd Three t
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sand to Hold LEMON BAY WOMEN'S CLUB Pines Hotel FDR QUICK RELIABLE Q"I'I= t

Marching Practice HONORS SERVICE, CALL I
MRS. 'BURRMembers
BESS
(Continued from Page One) VenicePlumbing

i marching practice for the of the Lemon Bay Women'i Club last Wednesday after- partments of the hotel, includingthe Shop
eDlce.Nokomls High Schoolnd noon attended a luncheon at the home of Mrs. J E. Rlnkard In cocktail lounge and dining
will be held at IU: p.m. this Englewood honoring the clubs past first vice-president Mrs. Bess room. \ Boa 14.'V.nit. Phone. 21511

unday, rain or shine. In front of Burr. Own Other Hotels

e KMI sym. It was announced Arrangements for the luncheon Both Carlson and Clarke independently -
estefday by the bandi director were made by the following committee f i 4 district meeting of the Florida own hotels In Asbury FORFINE
,,ul Ooldenstela : Mrs Maud Darling chair- Federation of Women Clubs at Park Carbon the "Del Monte"
He also reported that Mrs. H. man; Mrs Ruth Bartholomew 'Punta Qorda but who have no and Clarke the "Park Roosevelt" '
MundY had contributed $50 tohid Mrs. J. F. Quinn Mrs Joseph I IFaris. means of transportation should Clarke formerly was Asbury Park
In purchasing Instruments for Mrs Ray Hayes. Mrs. J. F.I I 'get In touch with Mrs. Jonas. branch manager for Swift and WORKOpen

|he band matching a previous McCreary, and Mrs. Frank Mag- Mrs. Irwin Blorseth, chairmanof Co., while Carlson Is a public accountant I. .,
ovation made by the Venice- ers. the Ways and Means committee by profession. 8 ..m. to 6 p.... .,

okomls: Bank. Goldenstein said Last Friday afternoon with announced the clubs annual Refurnishing and remodeling of Saturdays 8 ..m. to 9 p.mMitchell's I
are needed bazaar will be held at the clubhouse to j
instruments
Mrs. William -
ore Jonas president i the Pines Hotel already Is under
donations will be on or about December
nd additional presiding the club 15 with first
met at the way the large shipmentof
accepted by the P-TA. I In connection with clam chow- Barber
tefully Women's Clubhouse In regular ,, a new furniture due to be Installed Shop I
session. Mrs. Laleah Brown of der supper later details to be disclosedat today. Clyde V. Hlgel has 132 W. Venice ATP.LV I IIi
a date
Sarasota Red Cross representative the contract for the remodeling
spoke on "Home Nursing and work
Home Demonstration STORK SHO\VER{

Following the meeting, refresh- :i GIVEN FOR ,' :

ments were ferved by the hostess I: MRS. C. HOLDER I
Mrs. Ray Hayes : Land
and co-hostesses i I ,
A stork shower
was given for
Mrs. A. A. Thompson, Mrs. J. D. I
;
I Mrs. Calvin Holder at the Nokomis -
Tate and Mrs. Robert ,
home of Mrs. Ed Boone last
Mrs. Maud Darling TUlloss'l I Clearing
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the tea table. Wednesday night, with Mrs.
Boone and Mrs. Ann Stencil as
Annual LuncheonMrs ,, hostesses DISCING PLOWINGC.
Hayes reminded members About 20 friends attended the -A\\AY I'LAV
that the club till hold its annual I affair and gifts were received HAROLD BATES R FOR CIIRISTM\S
covered dish luncheon at the from many others who could not
clubhouse at 12:30: p.m. on Friday be present. Refreshments were Englewood Phone 3390 Christmas Is only a ;
November 7. and asked them to sened < little more than two

[Knowledge of Phar sac/ ered bring dish their" friends "a nd a cov- I r months away Why
not come In now and
HSU III tWITIHit It was announced that those
choose that
a gift for
mir riHciirnii desiring to attend the November VENICENOKOMISBANK .
r special someone? A

|Only loomed ptarmocitti with cotltg 'I' QUICK RELIEF FROM small deposit will hold jI
any article for you
.education end long experience Symptoms.! Distress Arising from ,
until Christmas
|h Mr profession art ptrmltt**) so STOMACH ULCERS .
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VENICE, FLORIDA KNOWLES
(II prttcrlptwni 'In our Ftwrmocy, DUETOEXCESS ACID jj'i !

|Out In consideration .b to fulfill free' Io.kT.ilaofNom.TreatmeetthstWest Help or It Will COlt You Nothing "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member JEWELERS I. {
Fust Office Arcade /
JOUr phjnklon'i deiirM. liver throe million bottles of the WILUKUrm
TT have been sold for Pellet o! l lh
>IJofdll..ariolnl from Stomachnd of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp :
Duenel Utort due to Emu AcM-
The Rexall Store 'w DlfMtlMi, H.Mtburil Sear.or fl.Ut.pl.MnH ftMnichiMtlnOM .ttcu .. M.mum; Insurance
>to(..*MAcW.Sold on 16 day I' iris l $5000 For Ea.h Depositor $5000 '
"Pmtrlplln gpKialliU"POST i.k for"WIII_.. ', MKMO" which full) 'i j"'f'
OFFICE ARCADE spilling till tl HI mnt-fTM-kl
|PEONS UPI VENICE THE REXALL STORE !
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MULLIGAN I by Call I.W. CHURCHES

VENICL-CHKOMIS METHODar

Bay Paint Nshemy
George
For C. C. Lowe Venice grocer this coming week marks an extra 10 a. :tepee,, IIlo.te

special milestone In his life the 20th anniversary of Ws arrival in 6:34 11 .m.p.01"Morutng Youth 14l1wcha Wor.Alp..

Venice.It urse p.m. Evoatng: """,
ac'amdiy..
list ,,. '
just 20 years ago next Informed her husband prarar Sad. song service;' "* >*
"I do not agree with a word you say, but I will defend was smiles Englewood hrvlc.
with my life your right to say it.'-VOLTAIRE Monday October 27. that Lowe their money was still intact. 10 a.m.' Sands School, .Mrs
Lampp, .. Loll,
West landed in Venice, coming here at The driver reached Into his pocket I p.m. Church ...
Published; every Friday. Editorial sod .business office 313 .I...
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Boa 632. Phone Venice 3131. the urging of an old-time friend, and pressed a handful of bills Into -
C. B. Davis, who formerly operated Oerry's hands. As he threw his FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION East VenIce NM.M .1 Mr.vs. ..
on A.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION a grocery store *ar into gear and started to drive ..: *
avenue, near the city water away he said: "I don't know how D. Campbell Crawford,
Entered as tecond-cUx matter JIM 6, I94C at the po.t office works. much Is there, officer, but you U a.... Bible ct.... feu
at Vrnicc. Florida under the Act of March 3, 1879. 11 ..... Morning Hrvic,.
"I was born and reared in Sanford take It. We had all our'vacatlon'money e.:10 p.... B.Y P.U.
Subscription rates On year $2.50; six months, $1.50| three ," Lowe recalled, "but had In my wife's purse about ,,10 p.... Evening servi...
months, 75c. Claiiififd advrtiiiii rater 2 costs par word, first 20 been running a meat market In seven or eight hundred dollars. prayer Wednesday service., ':h pm. kd, .wm

word! 1 cent per word for each additional word. Pahokee. Mr. Davis finally 'sold'me Thanks a lot." The reward

on Venice and I came here in consisted of five $1 bills. OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH
CABAOLLH. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher R.". J. W. Hinton, Pete
1927 to go to work for him. -0--
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IIIXKN WILLIAMS Office Manager awns Sunday School: ;
In 193S Lowe decided to go into I Speaking of Chief Pestotnlk, Morning service; a i"m. BIDitS\ ?
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HOWARD Foreman
BRILEY Shop Evening urvlctl "dnnd.,; > ::
business for himself and purchased and peaking for him. will every- irajttt meeting ,

the Harp Bros. Grocery one please take note that the -
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.1 Store, at the same location in the brand-new police car deliveredthis CHURCH EPISCOPAL

AMONG OUR Nickell Apartments building, at week did not cost the city RI"I.,. St. and Film fin
223 West Venice avenue that one single solitary extra cent? Dr. Leonard H t. Slrrkft'
Priest ,In .
Charge.
NEW SUBSCRIBERS .J Lo'e' Grocery still occupies. 'Sfact. A private purchaser offered tU ..... Sunday g.hool.
--o-- the city $50 more for the old 11 ...... Horsing service
rrnrr_irav>ts rs i ti s rrrr.ar. r r .
Chief of Police Oerry Pestotnlk I police car than what the new auto -
CHURCH OF
COD
Ey any chance you ex-MiChiganders among our readers, did you standing In front of the police : cost and. Informed of the offer Venice Avtiiiw

ever tide the Interurban cars between Detroit and Flint at any time station a few days ago saw aOman's I the city council last Tuesday Rev, C, D. Jrrnlirin. FIIIW
between 1918 and 1945? Well If you did. there's a good chance you night hastened to approve the 10 '.m. Sunday Schoui,
purse fall off the run- II .... Preaching
role with one of The Gondolier's newest subscribers.He's deal. Seems the private purchasercouldn.t ':10 p.m. Pt..chinii.
ring board or an automobile passing -
Thursday, au ,, ,
: m Young Pont
Stanley Bean who recently by on the Trail. He hurried get immediate deliveryon Sarvln.rrldiy..
purchased the Larson home at with the definite Idea of making over and picked It up and then a new car, while the police department 7., p.m., benefit Plr.

712 Myrtle auntie, in the Edge-! their permanent home here after Imbed Into his police car and could. VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH

wood district t of Venice. Mr. Bean was retired Although sped off In pursuit of the other Naeae .t Tonse Aemu

Bean retired ]la.t May after 29 they had been in Florida on vacation machine. At the outskirts of VenIce Betcha Mayor Clyde V. Hlgel venire
Rev. C L. EUUndrr, fail
years of service with the Detroit trips several times, they he caught up with the car, can't guess how come we know he t a.m. ..... *
Electric Repast, most of it as a had never happened to visit this and halted it The driver a handed out the following piece ofphilosophy"
motorman en the Detroit-Flint part of the state. "
vacationist from Nebraska obviously at Dick Rich's service -
Jun. When Interurban service was "We liked this district so well. trying to figure out what station the other day: "What WJ5.CJS.WiIlObserve

discontinued Uo and a half years' when 'A'e first saw It." they explained local law he had perhaps violated you gain, you can lose; but what

sec, be was transferred to the in- "that without further I, heaved a sigh of relief when you lose, you can't gain." Week

tra-cjty line search we arranged to buy a place the chief handed over the purse. And speaking of service stations,

Pow come Bean and his wife east of Nokomis. That deal sub Hastily the vacationist's wife you know why a certain attendant Of PrayerMrs.

chore Venice for their new home sequently fell through, but we peered Into the purse and then all got an unexpected day off

town? Well ",,e Just fell In love came back here in June and this week? We do. It was because Bruce Ri bY, president d

with this part of Florida," Mrs. bought the Larson house In Edge- Hunter ,Is a supervisor with the his boss appreciated said attend the Woman's Society for Chit

Bean explains. wood. You see. we Just HAD to Glenn Martin Aircraft firm In ant's acting "above and beyondthe I tlan Service of the Venice-Nob-

Came Here Last :MarchMr. locate somewhere In this section." Baltimore, Md., and the other, call of duty" so to speak, in mis Methodist Church restenlv

and Mrs. Bean said that Mr. and Mrs. Bean have two David Hunter, Is in the air conditioning handling a new customer whose announced that a "Week i
last March they came to Florida sons, both married. One Irwin business In Detroit.
account will probably amount to I Prayer and Self-Denial" till In
considerable tinkling in the cash observed starting tomorrow, Sit!

register. There's more to the 'urday, and running through KV

story, of course, but the main Friday. October 31.

JOB thing is the moral: it pays to be Events of the week, with II

PRINTINGSIGNS courteous. We hear Steve Al- members and friends of *

bee Jr.. has gone back Into the W.8.Cs. Invited to attend, w

Army and will serve as an Instructor listed as follows:
at the' Oak Ridge Military MONDAY

Academy in Greensboro, N. C. 4-5 p.m., prayer service at b*
Noticed Mrs. Virginia Wilson back
of Mn. J. T. Blalock: Vesto
.f'A": ,t MENUS A In town yesterday. Virginia, Jr.. la Theme: "Depend nce.TtESDAY."

? FORMS still up In Massachusetts, thoughat :
the Cambridge Graduate
-1 I : School In 8 pjn., prayer service. Xetlll-
NOTICES Cambridge. Colonel "We Stan
dlst Church. Theme:
George Martin, who'd rather fish "
TICKETS than; almost anything else also Is This Ministry.WEDNESDAY

back In town. He persuaded Mr.
4-5 prayer service
p.m.
POSTERS and Mrs. E. J Peters
loughby. home of Mrs. Alvin Jones, Nato

j mis. Theme: "Sacrifice."
BOOKLETS here too. They're staying at the THURSDAY

Venice Bay Trailer Park, but like at 1 m-
service
4-5 prayer
PLACARDS pjn.
Venice so well that they're on the EdJ
of Miss Mildred M-Amls.
look-out for a home here. Plan to "
ENVELOPES wood. Theme: "Prayer.
spend the whole winter here. In FRIDAY

BULLETINS any event. Mr. and Mrs. L. service at 1 has
4.5p.m., prayer
B.
Slmrall
sent us a card U *
1 of Mrs. Paul Melroy
PAMPHLETS from Cincinnati 0.. advising they Theme: "Vocation."
expect to return to Venice about

HAND BILLS November 1. .


BILL HEADSSTATEMENTS SON IS BORN There REVIVAL will be a MEETING revival mee\lll i

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Montgomery at the Venice Church of God,"

(the former Miss Ola Vee Rev, C. Jernlgan pastor, *

LETTER HEADS Wrede of Nokomis), of 150 lIIth nounced :yesterday. It win""
Avenue South St. Petersburg, announce this Sunday October 28, and 10

ORDER BLANKS the birth of a son, Thomas run for about 10 nights, w*

Ori&sby. on October 18 at the St. nine at 7:30: o'clock: each tit

BUSINESS CARDS Anthony Hospital. nlng. He Invites all to attend



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P. '0. Box 632,

Venice, Florida.

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postal regulations)
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I' Venice BowlaWe 1 I Adorjan Truckers WOMEN BOWLERS TO HOLD fi'l


Men's League Retain Lead in MEETING MONDAY NIGHT


Bowling LeagueCopping
To make final arrangements for Pin hcore to their opponent
STANDINGSAdorJan's
all three the proposed women s bowling Bulldogs. 663 568 55S-ITM
..... ..... ..... 10 2 8653 games from
Venice Food, the Adorjan TruckIng league, a meeting will be held at Wildcats 637 Ml 627-1_
R & R ........... .. 93: 8587Earl'
team In the Men's 8 o'clock next Monday night at
........ ..... ... 84 8825 Bowling On the "Bulldogs" team were:
League at the Bowlakade this the R. & R Sporting Goods Store Gloria .
s1e I Haynes Lorraine
i. High School........... 7 5 8984 303 West Venice
week retained Its hold on first avenue All wo- Helen Richardson Bernie Palabr
Venice Food ....... ... 6 6 8570
men interested
place. The Truckers have won 10 are Invited to attend and Helen Williams. The tWiMc&ts' '
Venice Laundry.. 4 8 8825 .
and lost 2 games putting them were: Thelma Smith Hit
Smitty ................. 2 10 8172
Just ahead of R. and R. Sporting In a special pre-league match at Peters, Anita Koogler Marjorie

Venice Furniture 2 10 7432 Goods In second place with a 9-3 the Bowlakade last night the Adorjan and Ruth KuykendiU. .

Ueekg Results record. "Bulldogs"' won the first two Helen Richardson captured I .'

Monday. Oct. 20. High School Highest score of the week wan games from the Wildcats' but high game <190> and high series I ::0

CABINETS defeated Venice Laundry 3.0Adorjan : the 219 rolled by Ralph Adrian as dropped the third game and total (468) honors.
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several trades ofChen 's Trucking defeated VenIce he helped his High School mates --- i
have
We\ Cabinet Ml haverrrlaln Food 3-0. Wednesday. Oct. 22 take all three games from Venice lQl J "

rom cnrt an ore.fined R. &.R. Sporting Goods defeated Laundry 11 I :
In black nd Wh1tii. I ti\ II A Privlege; to Live In Florida fj ff
Smitty 3.?: Earl's Pure Oil defeated --0- I ,
Venlc> Furniture 3.0. NEXTEEKS GAMES A Distinction to Live in Venice'
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MONDAY Adorjan Trucking
AVERAGES' vs. Earls Garage: Venice Furniture II H. N. WIMMERS r ':"

Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan vs. Venice Food. WEDNESDAY
3 Realtor
League Secretary) Smitty vs. High School:

Nave, Earls 168 R. & R vs. Venice Laundry i
VENICE a FLORIDA
Kuykendall Venice Laundry 166

Q Burkett Adorjan 165 I I Where the Tamiami Trail Meets the Open Gulf

Oakley Venice Laundry 162 CLASSIFIEDADS {

Jossart Venice Laundry 161 L ID i\JZ\ .u..u1L1 k1 l M25"7QnTlSi5nlirfll3JOSSART

Wheeler Earli 160 :
t 'tttltttNtlttttNttttNttltN Nttttlt t t t tt RtIV'Y
Williams Venice Food 159 each
(2c a word first 20 words Ie ,
Stephen. High School 156 additional, word Minimum cb.r.
25c. Cab with Ad. Special HIM KINCAIDDependable
Keys High School 151 for more than ont Insertion ol the
CHROMIUMIINETTE same .d. Ads will b. accepted over
Richardson, R. & R. 151 I the telephone (3131) up to S p.m. Plumbing f
SETSTable Jones Venice Food 150J. Th.nday with the understanding
Contracting RepairingFull
ad.Ii'.r will remit payment
C. Blorseth High School 150
promptly.)
)
( and Four Chairs AdorJan's Line Fixtures and Materials
Koogler 148 I

Leatherette: Seat and Back. Weltz, Venice Food 147 FOR SALE Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings '

led colors. Tables have Smith High School 147 1- LET IS FIGURE TOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN:

rtelaln or Ma onlte Tops.BEDS. Adorjan, AdorJan's 146 i gin TWO MI h.6o..11.J. K. l H<'r,:II.HOXrS 1..11"1.I N-a I'h..i.l lv- .1 new<4. Phone 2665 Post Office Box 134
Brobst Venice Furniture 146 '
RIKINC' AND M A rTlI..sK for d-,Ik' 323 West Venice Avenue Venice Florida
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145 .
Brohard Smitty | Iwd Mime 2653.PRF.WAIt
Curwood. Smitty's 145 I (ji'j; ;It. KnUI'. with m ltntu ; Across the ktrwt from the Gulf Theatre
Perlick Smitty 144 <;lrl. ,tat Mao! 7. Mm (;".'rire is rr .......is.its iriis sees.s ..arsi.rrg#.wo)1>w
Hurl J,.. I I'h""v ur,3. lie
Lewellyn, R. & R. 143 r

r I. V Blorseth. R. & R 143 BUSINESS: OPPORTUNITIES

I Raeburn Smitty 142 -FOR BALE- r'"lly-,,i,,Ipprd m.drrnhm
School 142 I ly nh.I., Might IIVM ti, "irht inrly Why Not Vacation
Adrian. High
I Him II..>.i x 8h"p. P (I. Box I. V.T,,re1M .
Mack. R. & R. 141 1.. ,

Dietrich, R. &. R. 141 BUSINESS PERSONALS

I Leger, Earl's 137 I SEPTIC TASKS fl.'ASt: M-ob',. Early This Winter?
Archer. Venice Food 138 pumtiinn" "h.m.'nl. R.n..hlo rots.tirl ,
I J. Burkett, Adorjan 13j l'"tt.II. Phone 9471 or 26"6."

Hanchey, Venice Laundry 135 RrS8\UKINa. Altwutl"n.. II"It.,Ih '
..I.. Finn Brw' nit. Mr. T. r:. DandhIK.I
!ABY BUGGIES Reading:. Venice Furniture 134 024 rr.vel.nd Ave.GONERAL 1

He now have a complete Fenton Earl Earl's Earl's. 134 134 MwInK machines REPAIRS. ..<..." Lawn w.hlnir mowers m.. SUMMER HATES IN KFFECTTILL '

joe, of Baby Buggies and I rh'nw. ..... Sawn .hurp.n..l t. C. A. Lamb
Venice Food 133
Nelson. just off Tr.ll pour Snug Harbor. P. O.
|*aliens, McCracken AdorJan's 125 'Its.-. 111. U"nl 1. DECEMBER 1 r rCL

Haines, Venice Furniture 121 I DRIVEWAYS PUT IN. Muck fill dirt
.hell Concrete work of .H l kinds with
Brlley Venice Laundry 116 I mxer Uui AJrj.n. Phone S4U
Ray Langierl, V Furniture 110 I
FOR RENT
Ralph Langirl V. Furniture 108
NfW MODrRN ..mi.Mr.
Grove. Smitty's 106 1.0\tI.Y.
,. furni.hH fires floor I .,..,1m.nt In dulex '
I nice ....... .nd bmh Only 6 m,n. PATIO HOTEL
.too walk I.. atom "r brick In VeniceMr .
.."." trot f"r ..-.>on. Phone 112Inm
.. K KBIX .
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BOWLINGIS en 412 "r Enquire '
.rtlnn C."I.TrDROClM I.. 225 ". Venice Ave'E ICE. TLORIDPhone 1578 J

: In private hu.... Private
FUN! entran D,,"hi].. bed. Innentpr ng m.tlr .
... nneclinu huth Mlddl..ed.., JAMES M. McCLURE THELMA H. TRESH !:rt
elderly poop). No Mr
Ir'v.ni; Owner Manager
I r,vel.nd .ven r, I O Hu .
i Phone 8614"REAL .

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BABY DON'T WISH YOU HAD WARM RIUPWH fOR A COLD WAVE ,t

New
Shipment of Baby Beds .q
Mattresses Just recelv-d 50 x 159' Building Lots
All I.S. Here's a brand new free booklet designed to

Oroveland Avenue help you to keep comfortable next winter.

KITCHEN: VENICE $20000 boNew your bonne-licutin problem with efficient

STOOLS BOWLAKADEAnd economical oil heating systems bee your

Paved Electricity Water. dealer or tall at our office fur your free copy

Wood or Chroin.llB' ij Grill Fee Simp: Deed. today. twn
Purchaser to pay fo AbstractIf
Leatherette ,
Z45 West Venice Ave I -
leils. abstract deFlred.I .
Phone 2661 I I'I.

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'- KITCHEN GRILL OPEN H. N. Wimmers '.
7 a.m. to 11 p.m. I
LADDER r
i (Opens t p.rn. Sundays) REALTOR
STOOLS BOWLING ALLEYS

I p.m. to 11 p.m. I VENICE FLORIDA Y, ,
JIaooy. fold.ing _. hl 1't II 4C I
useful It
com b 1 nation t
ladders and Announcing the Opening of
stools I

KING WEST COAST MARINE WAYS, Inc. )ILK t


Furniture Co."We On Inland Waterway
39f ;q geYtoo 1 1F111111
OPPOSITE EAST COAST FISHERIES '

With Feather A Little Your Down"Nest We Carry A Complete Line of 1

Paint Marine Hardware and Boat Supplies low aa? CON111'ae1
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PUNTA
CORD* !
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'Youth' followed by refreshment An Installation City CouncilContinued LICENSE GRANTEDAn CARNIVALContinued
BanquetAt and dedication service application for a liquor license -

Methodist will begin at 6:15: concluding at ( from Page One) for the Venice Country ( from Pace Onel

7:15. The regular evening church council at its next meeting. Club submitted by Arthur Earn-I booths open soon after.
Church L.' The council voted to buy a new I parades will be
TonightAs held
service under the Rev. George for
Chevrolet police car for $1.498. shaw.secretary was approved this all
Harper will follow after Chief of Police Gerry Pes- Sarasota County with Prizes for all group
I week by the
'Youth Week" Its end
nears "Booths
Methodist Youth Fellowship officers totnlk and Mayor Higel informedthe this year win J
at the Venice-NokomIs Methodist to be Installed Sunday are: councilmen that an offer of Board of CommissIoners. They also a new style of 'Fish Pon(1( J1!

Chinch a semi-formal banquetwill President Herschel Wester; $50 over that amount had been I granted the country club a entirely new booth Tl,
be held there at 6:30: o'clock vice-president, Paul Melroy; sec- received for the old puce car regular club license. Range'." '

tonlrht.: The Rev. Jack E. Davis retary-treasurer Virginia Bow- purchased last year Sale of the I -
old car and purchase of the new -
of EIlJa ota will speak on. Oo Ye den; commission chairmen: World
one was approved without obJec- We Will Be Closed
Therefore" a subject in keeping Friendship and Missions, Betty
tion. I
with the "Youth Week" theme Lee Johnston Worship and Wimbishof
Purchase from Barry MONDAY
Evangelism, Marilyn Mikesell OCTOBER 27
"We Hear Thy Voice" five new-type trash cans, to
Community Service, Mariam through THURSDAY OCTOBER
wornoutones
replace the upright 30
At 5:30: p m. Sunday at the Smith; Recreation J. L. Dunn;
at present scattered along FOR.RENOVATION OF OUR SALON
church there will be a songfest. Membership Earl (Peter Edge. -
West Venice avenue was approved
l also. REOPEN FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31

A new firm, the Venice Mill- I TRLYIE and LfClLE
work and Supply Co.. comprised
WATCHNext of S. L. Sharp and Fred Nelson I CHARM BEAUTY SALON

was granted a five-year lease, et 223 West Miami Avenue Phone '811
$30 per month on a building at I
Week's GondolierFor Venice Air Base. Equipment: li I

now being installed by Sharp and I'' Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet''
Nelson who hope to start operations """"
Announcement COME IN LET I"S SHOW
In the near future.
, YOU THIS PLANE THAT
i ALMOST FLIES ITSELF
Of Our KMI WINS AGAIN :
SEE VENICE FROM THE AIR PASSENGER HOPslTiT
continued
The KMI Cadets -
their string of gridiron victories. I LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONS
I Government-Approved School Continuous Enrollment
chalking up their fourth straight
Grand Opening win of the year by downing the :1 1Madisonville. J & J AIRCRAFT IXC.P I .
Ky, team 19 to 0,1: ,
according to the last Issue of the I O Box 2349 P.O. Box 291 F 0, Box 111))
I SARASOTA DEVICE PUNTA GOTH
which reached -
November 1st Kayemeye Anvil
F. O Jo>'ner- \enice 2551 E. T. Denham arasoti< tin
this week.
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HOME' RATIIO KtPAlKS .
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I 'I tREK PHONE ESTIMATES it't.nlc. I Phone 3681
I 251 V,'. \. Av. Venire .

444444444d444444444444444444444444444444444444J444.4444444.44-iH-t-i-H-f* I These Prices Good Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2425

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t TAIL .t el. IK\ND-j AKMOIRS t DREFT . . . large box 2Sc
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5 IILI0 . . 12c Corned Mutton 12-oz. 45c \ I 1AC1ITCHB No:',ru
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: 1>11 .IJ KR.\f'T'S 5 APRICOTS . . . . 2 for 45e
II
VRROTS.! ( . 3jars23cJ Miracle I t 52c ,. Sl'IIOOL's No fin
Whip
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} t PEAS . . . ,. . . 2for25c

i J Mixed] Vegetables. jar lOc( POTATOES 10 Ibs.:-36c i !MONARCH- 3 CIII

i 11'l. LMUKVULOUR::> :ALL-PCRPOE CIIICKIN: : "- NOODLE-- J TOMATO SOUP. '. . . 2.x)

. 10 Ibs. 8ge SOUP . . can lOc CREAM: STILE So. t Cm

.I, .I'fv-ON SLICED YELLOW 4 CORN . . . . . . . 2 for 251

; Tomato Soup . . Sc PEACHES . 15oAl2c \ GOLDEN KEY or PET Till (..
MILK... . . . . . . 3 for 3k'MONARCH
IG-OC\F':
ALL POPULAR BRANDS J I-Ib.rq,

5 Apricot Preserves- -.--......-. 23c: CIGARETTES carton 1.75 \! TEA .ORANGE. .PEKOE. . . . . 39c
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L\UMLL HOUSE! ,
IIOSl''L GIBBS 1 Lb.Ctf

COFFEE. . . 1b. 47c TEA . 1-.1 lb. pkg. t.lc i PORK & BEANS 2 for 25c
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D11FS I jI J.OI. Pll

2 HOT ROLL MIX . 2
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SUGAR 5 Ibs. MAXWELL: HOUSE or BOSCl.'L 1lb. C II
46c 19c
COFFEE . . . . .

DIXIE LILY"n e,
8-O/. r.\l
i K.\GE
SOUTHLAND COtE MEAL or I7(

; Corn Flakes . . 12c OYSTERS 7 1-2 oz.37cBUTTER WHITE SAIL 4 Roll *

i TOILET TISSUE 2&

VLL . . . 29c . . lb. 75c LYKES 54


SWERL-- . . .. 21c CLOROX . l-2gal25ci| SHORTENING . . 2 Ibs.---5j(
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SWIFTS CORNED BEEF 15-OZ. CAN \ U. S. NO. 1 Lane. New Crop Rome &+e0POTATOES

HASH . . . 27c Beef and Gravy . 39c \\ MICHIGAN 10 lb..Stalk 35c I APPLES LARGE CALIF.. 3 Ibs.29c,Del

NUCOA IVORY CELERY . . lOe LEMONS . ..::.-

MARGARINE . 33c FLAKES . . . 29cl MEAT DEPARTMENT'-. Folsom, Mgr. '

BEEF BONELFsl
IlT PAYS TO TRADE AT AJ1OME-0WNED STORE CHUCK ROAST BEEF STEW

Lb. 29c Lb. 45cWILSONS -

Lowe's Grocery FRESH BEEF GROl.'ND' ROLL BUTTER--

Lb. 39c Lb. 69c _

20 Per Cent DAIRY FEED . 100-lb. Bag $4'66
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