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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 31, 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 )
 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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G J. NO. 33 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1947
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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rohard Resigns To Run







For 4-Year Council Post '




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allowe'en 'Temporary' Councilman's Right To VBA Names : '



arnival Serve Is Upheld By City Attorney; R.H. Gedney ,i 4.



onight Council Refuses To Oust George Botts ChairmanRichard t


Petition Asking Brohard Files
|A record turnout Is expected H. Oedney, local real {

night at the annual Hallowe'en 111 Councilman's REPORT OV PLUMBERS': NominatingPapers estate man. last Tuesday night i j jwas

rival of the VeniceNokomis'.TA ELECTRICIANS MEETING elected chairman of the 44 'e
|. to be held in the KMI
Expulsion Rejected Lark of fcpare in this Issue of TodaySmyth board of governors of the Venice

ition Building. The Gondolier, due to last Business Association, when that

| Always one of the year' enter- Sitting in a special meeting at nlKht'i special council meeting, Brohard. who resignedhis organization held Its annual elec-

inmenl highlights the Hal- the City Hall last night with prevents us from carrying a post as a "substitute" for III tion meeting In the Chamber of 4c'Commerce

we'en Carnival will start at 6:30night more than 50 Interested specta- complete account of last Monday Councilman George Botts at a Building. Gurney suc-

] t with the serving of a sup- tors Jamming the council room, night Informal conference special meeting of the city council ceeds O. L. Kincaid, partner in 1

(tr, cafeteria style by the ladles the Venice city council voted 3 .of local plumbers elec- last night, this morning filed the plumbing firm of Jossart-

(the P.-T.A. to 0 to reject a citizens' petition tricians and city officials. a petition nominating him for Kincaid, who served during the

Costume Parade calling for expulsion of Council- Rather than present a condensed the regular four-year council- V.B.A.'s first year of existence .

| Co-Chairmen Jack Wilkinson man George Botts, who has been report, we are withholding manic post to be filled at the coming Other governors named, In the

d Mrs. Dorothy Fields announc- absent from meetings for the past the story for publication In i December 2 municipal elec- secret ballotUig, were: M. A. '

1 the Costume Parade will start six months because of Illness. full In next week's Gondolier tion. Braswell lawyer and Venice city wt

It 145: p.m., with numerous prizes Dr. T. S. Thompson council Brohard obtained the petition attorney: Stanley R. Richardson i

be awarded In the various clas- president joined with Councilmen from Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede, city of R. & R. Sporting Goods: James

fiations Finn W. Caspersen and Tennis GroupTo clerk after the council adjournedlast E McClure, cwner of the El Patio

| (The various classifications are George W. Higel In refusing to night and 10 voters Imme- Hotel, and Carroll H. Williams,

D be announced during the sup- oust Botts without a hearing. Meet Again diately volunteered to sign up as editor of The Gondolier. ,

hour, with the school and pre- Smyth. Brohard who has been his sponsors. He obtained the Gedney has called the new

fbool children competing in their serving as a "substitute council- Monday NightTo necessary signatures, plus a few board of governors' first meeting

'pecUve groups.) man" for Botts, abstained from extra ones, this morning and for next Monday night at 8 ,

turned in to Mr?. o'clock in his office.
Band Concert voting. hear a report from a special the petition

I A concert by the Venlce-Noko- 84 Signed Petition committee appointed to Investi- SIede. ReElectedIn .
addition to Kincaid. lastyear's .
plt school band, under direction The petition attacking Bro- gate public tennis court possibilities Only One to File was .' :
board of governors
t Paul Ooldensteln. will start at hard right to serve as a "tem- here, net enthusiasts will Although several other Vene- made up of Braswell, who was reelected I '.
30 signed tians have announced recently f
pm. porary" councilman was
:
next Monday night at 7 general announcement
meet despite a
At I there although Caspersen they planned to run for the post l
pm. will be a quiz by 84 persons the old board !
o'clock at the Richard H. Gedney vacant the expira- by
being made by
showed that
ram and "auction block asserted a check thought "new
lib the climactic approximately one- real estate office All Interestedin tion of Dr. T S. Thompson'sterm members that they
event being the only 72 or blood" should be Introduced;
Brohard is the only one to \\1'
lllng surprise" to be released third of the city's 220 registered tennis are invited to attend. Finn W. Caspersen, real estate 'I
file for the Job as yet
the high qualified held in actually
bidder voters, actually were At a similar meeting broker and city councilman;

(Continued on Page Six) (Continued on Page Five) Oedney office last Monday Meanwhile, L. J. Pappas an- Smyth Brohard, owner of Smitty's I..
nounced that he has decided not
night, with S. Jarvis Adams of Tavern and city councilman; and r
to run for council inasmuch as
SODA SHOP OPENS Venice former veterans' national several other qualified candidates Carl H. Wolf, owner of Wolf'sSinclair

TOMORROW tennis champion, acting as tem- already have announced their intentions Service Station.
nominated for
porary chairman, It was voted to to seek the post. Among Among those
liNGER'S Carl Wolf H. S. Bowden membership this year on the
Englewood's growing with efforts to obtain a them are
of the latest addition to proceed board, in addition to the five
and General L. H. Miller
Ainger's Sundry and Soda Shop will be municipal tennis court or courts. chosen, were: Dan Oprlsiu, ownerof
who visit For the post of mayor Finn W
tree rifts'tor both children and adults Adams, B. Henry and Jud Cur the Valencia Apartments; Col-
2.) Caspersen Is the only one who has
| advertisement on Page C. Earnshaw of the.
onel Arthur
.... wood were designated to procure thrown his hat Into the ring offi-
cw establishment
locatnext
is Venice Country Club; Dr. JamesE
cost figures and investigate site cially although Louis Suter J.
to Ainger's Grocery on square feet of floor space, making Blades, Leland Potts of Stanch
Chway 775. with business buildIng possibilities. M. Keys and M. Cousins have been Jossart.
a connectingy it the largest and Potts Garage; J. J.
between the two places. in Englewood the proprietor Others attending the meeting mentioned as prospective candi- of Jossart-KIncaid. and Louis J.

f hick are under the single owner- points out. were Oedney Mr. and Mrs. Stanley dates. Pappas, of The Rexall Store. On

WP and personal management of I Guy Curwood Englewood con- Richardson Mr and Mrs. Car- the first ballot McClure Potts
I
1 A. Alnger. tractor, constructed the new roll Williams, Herb Myers and House and Jossart were tied for fifth

[ With construction of the conk building, with Alston's Electric of Walter Bear. Apartment Continued on Page Six t

i block addition, housing the Englewood doing the electrical Hotel Owners to
P"*' installation of TO ATTEND CONFERENCE
soda shop, an 1808'orerbom work, including
[ and two modern restAinrer's fluorescent lighting! throughout Bazll E. Bowen of Nokomis, Advertise in North Coming EventsFriday I
of the Venice-Nokomis
president
now has 3.300 Fixtures Include a modern
Association, will
Parent-Teacher
fountain equipped with steam Meeting at the Chamber rf
booths attend the state P.-T.A. confer- October 31
WeatheK table and salad section to, tobacco, ence to be held In St. Petersburgon Commerce last Monday night. 6:3D: p.m. until ?, P.-T.A. Halloween
I tables. In addition
and November 4, 5 and 6. owners of local apartment houses Carnival, KMI Recreation
magazines, candles, newspapersand
It cards, hotels and cottages voted to forman Building.
souvenir and greeting
Kith Uw UchM r
"MATURE: RAINFALLVloUSly addition will carry cos- association which will have the Monday, November 3
the new GONDOLIER'SFirst
assortment of of Venice attractionsIn 1 p.m., tennis fans meeting In i
reported ................ 1.21 metics and a varied Annual advertising Gedney real estate office. All Interested
.- Oct. 24 .......... 85 71 000 sundries. the Northern press as Its prin- Invited.

*.. Oct 25. ...? 86 70 000 8 aJn. to 9 pm. PROGRESSEDITION cipal objective. Tuesday, November 4

Oct. 26 .........- 84 86 0.00 The soda shop part of Alnger's Louis Suter was named calr- 8 p.m., city council meets, Venice

Oct. 27 ....._.. 86. 66 050 will be open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. man of the committee. Other City Hall.

Oct.. 28 ""_ 86 87 0.00 Mondays through Saturdays. On Will Be OutNOVEMBER members are T Suteu, J. W. Thursday November 6

C< Oct. 28 ........... 87 88 0.00 Sundays it will be open from 9 7 Blanton, Dan ,Oprlsiu, and Sam 6.30 p.m., Venice Lions Club )
11I1., Oct. 30 85 67 000 to 10 a.m. and from 1 p.m. to 9 Colgate. I meets Tarpon Center Restaurant.wxyq .

to data this month 1.71 (Continued on Page Two)




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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday.October
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ment clerk for the past two years, New Year's Day 1944
per Kettle Inn. Card Party Next since his discharge from the the grocery store in 1925.IfouldM,
I BACION TOWN I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Devlns. from' for Navy; Sally Helm checking clerk took over management Hu It
I Ia Ohio, reopening their Venice win- Tuesday of they.
la the Iness In 183
ter home. for the past live years grocery when the tnb
Legion, AuxiliaryTo department, and Miss Helen Ainger retired. The late to.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berger was All-
Mrs. Fred Pearnow ger a
VENETIAN INJURED Clark and pioneer settler
from Ohio residing: at the Nickell raise funds and obtain I ol ,
Apartments.Frank Sarasota police last Saturday Christmas gifts for veterans at clerks in the sundry and soda Lemon Bay district, coming
S. Crumley of Venice Hospital members I shop. California whew he had
Cad well, from Connecticut reported B. the Bay Pines taken pea
by his
real estate salesman with H ,suffered slight scalp Injuries whenhe of No-Vel Post No. 159 of the Pioneer !during the parents as J*
]i. WLmmers, realtor. swerved his car sharply off the American Legion and Its Auxiliary I Alnger's father L. A. Ainger, 1849. Ainger'Gold Rush dan 1
Mrs. R. A. Baldwin, from Michigan road on South Osprey avenue to will hold a Joint meeting and card Sr., who died at the age of 96 on after him. Creek Was
winter operator of the CoP- avoid hitting another automobile. party In the KMI dining room at
8 p m. next Tuesday. November 4.
I I Refreshments will be served. -

Members of the Immediate families SPECIALClearance
of Legionnaires and Auxil-
iaries also are being Invited to attend -
4 Tarpon Center the card party, Everyone Is Sale
asked to bring at least one unwrapped -
gift for presentation to
RESTAURANT and BARI a Bay Pines veteran at Christmas. -
Ralph O Simpson commanderof I Army Surplus Building No. 217
No-Vel post and Anne Burls,,
president of the Auxiliary: said Double Deck Type Army Beds Double $ 495
unwrapped gifts: such as the following i
Single $ 2,50
desired:
are
suggestions
1 Dance to the Music of MIEN I Tim. "'..1". .m.. ln. art. mill-. Executive Type Desks . $39.93
.. M..k.
nrv """' LAKH-Dl' H.w. p.'kvt
r.rf.. folium ,.....1 lrv. rx.mrtka........ ..bath. Flat Clerical Desk
an.t hond t..I.. 1.1RLPt [I. .k. Top $1245
.un.u'. "'.11.. un.k rwrar. Bn Ti...
Chet Bundy 1..It. ha.. 11010..IMIIs.I..th.,kniro.. .vt..h"and...Mank.BAilYTHINr.S. Left Well Typewriter Desk . $ 995
(:ENEHAL: $Iti.merv. tuk. fuuntainlam.
;.' I '. mhanlc'al Iwnril.. Fishing Tackle Boxes . . $ .69
I

And His Orchestra AINGER'S Hand Trucks . Large $12.95

I i Continued from Page One) Small$ 9.95

i p.m.Mrs. Feather Pillows . .
Saturday Night! Dance Adm. oc) Alncer asslsts her husbandIn $ .49

operation of the two businesses 24" Exhaust Fan . $20.00
I with other member of the stores'itaffs
i. being: Wood Folding Chairs $ 2.49
P. B. Tuman. who managed the
business for Ainger while he served -
Dinner Dancing CocktailsOn two years with .the armed
Parks &
forces daring the recent war, TateTwo
manager of the meat department;
the Water Front at Venice Inlet Hayward Oreen, grocery depart-

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CAAEXAWNEB9 N'1'111'If'fNfr. ,
tout' Joyner of Venice, part- CARNIVAL Nrr'IN"VeNoH11i time in several years will pub- Glayds Bcip advertising twos'i
Ja j to J Aircraft and Bill lish an annual, The staff Is: geFs.TSeU.Jt'Zelgler Edward Ken:
htloot, I J&J pilot, have been Nearly iioo Editor-in-Chief. Marilyn Mike- art eoJl r..Oeortt Gruel: dsasa- ,
united Went examiners for aptmal Hallowe'en School Notes sell, co-editors Virginia Bowden, tlbrt toanagcr Kaymond Mge fl
i lea by the Civil Aeronautic ed last Friday ..r.aate Jackie Boldt; business manager sponsor Ura. UIIIDS'.
jainistration and are now auth- Englewood ,
Hd to conduct flight tests and elation, it was Composed of nine mimeograph
ue CAA licenses. A fashion pages of Interesting Items and I 'T. E. HollandOn f.
Harry Wells by the Junior Class to
For Quick results, use a OON3LIEK and a play by Amy Sproull, sponsor, the I
Tunlaml Trait (Next to Nokomis Community Welt
Classified Ad. fifth and sixth Issue of the new
direction of Miss High School "."venlce-No-I TELEPHONE SIM .:
featured the (A name for the paper I COMPLETE DECORATING SERVICEAT
FOR Those In charge not yet been selected) REASONABLE RATES
, food and Mary Ann Haynes Is editor of
PAINTING
EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR
.FINE Included the : paper. Other members of the '
COLOR SCHEMES WORKEO OUT TO SUIT
and pie, Mr. staff are:
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INDIVIDUAL TASTES CHOICE FABRICS
WORK
-\ Purvis; hot Assistant Editor Glenn Ste-
I \\ Davis and Mrs. ; sports editor, Ronald Free Consulting Service -
open I a.m. to 8 p.m. dy and ; business manager, Betty
itturdayf S a.m. to 8 p.m.Iitcbell's Clark; target e Johnston, gossip editor, Do-
Alston; Japanese Stutzman; reporters' (by Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet? :

Chadwick; ); U2 Marilyn Mikesell; COME INLET US SHOW ,
Barber Shop Josh Whidden s ( ) Glenn
; Stephens; HO Juan- YOU THIS PLANE THAT
131 W. Venice Are. Mae Lawrence: Turner;; (9) Julia Martin- ALMOST FLIES ITSELF
Clarence Enochs. ; (8) Ann Franklin; (7)) Mar-
Golf'f Adorjan) SEE VENICE FROM THE AIR':' PASSENGER HOPS tlS

Typists: Bettye Zeigler, Vir- LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EAST LESSONS
NOW OPEN Bowden Jackie Boldt. Government-Approved School '- Continuous Enrcllmtnl

ALL DAY Bean Halverson., Constance Bedard, J & J AIRCRAFT, INC.P. .

The Senior Class, for the first Box: 2349 P.O. Bn 2n 1"O. Box 1UT
SARASOTA VENICE PUNTA COBM ,
It a.m. to...5 p.m.) FAMILY ARRn'ESCoach F. O. Joyner-Venice tHl E. T. Drnhan Sarasota OK !
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Charles Oudd of Venice-
CHARM BEAUTY High School has been
here by Mrs Gadd and REGULAR PRICEALL I i1
TRIXIE and Lt'CILE son and daughter. They
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living on Riviera street, near

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Adorjan't 12 311
v3 R. & R. .. 10
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"I do not agree with a word you ay, but I will defend Earl's ..... I I 11
with my life your right to say it.'-VOLTAIRE High School I 111

Published! ovary Frid.r. Editorial and business offie. 31) West f Rt Venice Food I 1 II
Venice Avenue, V.nic. Florid. P. O. Boa 632. Phone Venice 3131 Venice Laundry 0 I 11',
Smltty's 3 12 II)
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION
Venice Furniture
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION 3 12 I
Week'. Results
Ed; as onJ-cl.M matter June 6, 1946. ., the post office Monday October 27, V
at Vtnic. Florida under the Act .f March 3. 1879. Food defeated Venice

Subscription rates On. year, $2.50; six month, $l.50| tfcpMMBtb 2-1; Adorjan'i defeated F.i

*. 75c. Classified advertising rate 2 cents per word first 20 2-1. Wednesday, October 29,VIce

*.> Sporting Goods, 2-1; High
H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher defeated fimlttys' 2-1..
MXES WILLIAMS Office Manager NEXT WEEK'S GAMEI
HOWARD BRILEY Shop Foreman
Monday, November 3, V
Laundry vs. /dorjan
0 p Earl's vs. R. & R

LETTERS To The EDITOR ) Wednesday, November I,t(
Ice Furniture vs. SmUty'i; V
(Not! The Gondolier will be glad to print letten of gen.eral Food vs. High School.A'ERAGES.
Interest when as and If pace permits. Please keep them
......1. Anonymous letters will not be considered. However
Earl'sQ.
Nave
"the" dralm to have only his initials or nom de plume 1
each M "A Reader," published, The Gondolier will be happyto e ?' Burkett, Adorjan'sKuykendall I
f UK-WHO Stttt I CAN'T WAlK fc (TEMCKT LIMA Venice
bilge.) j Laun4rj.ii
Jossart. Venice Laundry 1
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Wheeler, Earl's ,1 l
Lyndon Ky. played on he Madisonvllle field, Williams Venice Food

Editor, WAi a continual see-saw In the Kaydets a halftime edge of 7-0. Fla. I 0. Curwood Smittyi

Venice Gondolier middle of the field for the first Coach Pace's men used a four I was staying at the old Ala- Oakley Venice Laundry 1
three quarters, neither team being chua Air Base; but that was too
man line most of the time, managing Brobst, Venice Furniture .1
Dear Carroll: able to reach! pa/dirt on a very to keep the spotlight during : much like the army was. It is six Jones, Venice Food

Referring to your article about hot night. However, in the fourth the second half and holding the miles out of town and I lost a lot Richardson R. &: R. .1 i:
KMI In the Issue of October 17: quarter, the Soldiers came to life Hoosiers to a net gain of 32 yards I of time commuting. Adorjan, Adorjan'i 11

For the sake of the record, our and scored three touchdowns both on the ground and in the I am at the CLO house now Stephens, High School li

flint football victory was not over within five minutes converting on air. KMI's second big drive started that Is, Cooperative Living Organ Weltz. Venice Food .1 11
Aochorape, as reported. Our first only one of those occasions. In the third period and resulted ization. It's located right ,t the Keys High School .1

fame was with Henderson ICy The Kaydets. who were favored In another tally, this time by campus and much better m every Koogler, Adorjan'i .1 I II
the Cadets outpasslng them 126. by 1 point over their opponentsIn Henry Prosack fullback, a few way. The fellows at CLO are a Smith. High School .1 U
The second game was with Jef- the Homecoming game, October minutes 'Into the fourth quarter. pretty good crowd In general and J. Curwood. Smltt).'. II

JeiM>BVILLE ,with the score as It. managed to down Park Prosack ran tack an Intercepted except for a few freshmen, all are Brohard Smltty's I H
printed, 30-0. School of Indianapolis scoring 27 serious
very of purpose.Not .
pass from the Park School 4S J. C. Blorseth High School..1 K
This year' KMI points to their guests' none.
gridders have for the third marker of the tilt, being the youngest student Lewellyn, R. & R. .1.1I
a strong line with an average Things were dull In the first Wilson falling to convert. Right here. I was surprised at the average V. Blorseth. R. & R. .1.1I K
right of 195 while the skilled quarter and for most of the sec Half Bill McQuade raced around age. Just from my observa- Adrian, High School 1 UPerllclc.
batlfield averages between 165 ond the KMI squad being more end for the final six-pointer after tions I would estimate the student I Smitty's I U

and 170. or less wed by the sensational his own 20-yard pass to DeGas- body to be SO per cent veterans, Mack. R. & R .1 1 I1
Both In performance and In the kicking of the Hoosier fullback, perts had taken the leather to the the oldest one I know being 45 Raeburn, Smitty'. 11
opinion of Coach John "Rab't" Chuck DeVoe, who, three times
eight. Bill Francis booted the years of age. There Is not nearlyas Leger, Earl's
race the team as a whole appeals during the first half punted out pigskin for the final point. much hazing and general hell- Dietrich. R. & R.
to be the best since the gridiron of bounds between the KMI end
raising as there before the
was
(Cadet Bill Miller Archer Venice Food
champkrcs ol 1941, who went zone and 5-yard stripe.
--0-- war; however there was quite a Fenton, Earl's
through their entire season un- With three minutes remainingIn ruckus here when Florida defeated -
, defeated and untied. Gainesville, Fla. Earl. Earl'sHanchey
KMI recovereda
the first half.
N. C. State Saturday.I Venice LaundryJ.
Chatting up their fourth Park fumble and In three plays Dear Mr. Williams:
am majoring In Civil Engi Burkett. Adorian'sReading i>
straight victory, the KaydeU baffled went to the Park four where John My address has changed since neering. Venice Furniture .
Madlsonville. Ky., 19-8 on I DeOasperU skirted end for the
I was home last time. Please send
I haven't
I heard from the (Legion Nelson. Venice Food
Saturday .Oct. 11. The game first tally of the game, giving theGOVERNMENT
my paper to me General Delivery,
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post; but. I hope It Is doing Peter R. & R.
,. University Station Gainesville, well and making progress as McCracken Adorjan'i

.1, usual, or more so. I Intend to keep Haines Venice Furniture! ,li

my membership there and will Briley Venice Laundry
SURPLUSNew take care of that when I get home Ralph Langlerl. V Furniture

during the Thanksgiving holiday Grove Smitty's I

Frank L. Lanius Ray Langlerl. V. Furniture..

Showroom Now Open in ,

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BAYNARD BUILDING Why Not Vacation


Miami Avenue LADIES' CHOICE
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Gentlemen I' u re I' EarlyThis Winter!
West of Western Union blondes that's a

myth, but here's a
fact: Ladles brut -

i nettes and redheads,
DESKS WAREHOUSE TRUCKS
as well as blondes -
SUMMER RATES IN EFFECT
FEATHER PILLOWSSINGLE BEDS prefer gentlemen who
remember them with

DOUBLE DECD BEDS TACKLE BOXES a And lilt this now applies and then.to TILL DECEMBER 1

husbands as w e 11.
Also You'll find Just the
v right thing atKNOWLES
Used Windows, Doors, 1x12 Sheathing, .

2x4's and 2x6'sP.L.Haynes ,
JEWELERS EL PATIO HOTEL
Post Office Arcade

225 W. Venice Ave. VENICE, FIABIDphone 3511


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-' Rummage Sale VENICE INLET : d:


Ii kr 1)Jt. 1 lIe a w.,4 first 10 WDd.. Ie lOck November 14A D.to Frl. 0"t.. II' __ .High:111 pm. .:6M Low 1 AND at.. c
pm
J.Hf'rI. ,
additional .
a" Cash. weed with Minimusa chary. 5.1., N. I 1 too .m. ":60 am.S.n. Pr ,

for moo th.. ..Ad.. 1.lInlo. 0' the rummage and food sale will ., No. 4.18 1::1s.m.s.:m.: 7.00 8:16 :.m.:
seine .... Ads will ... Mon, .
accepted over be held Nn. 1 2:15 a .... 10:49 ..... ;
th.UI.phon. (ISUII, lip to a on Friday. November 14, T.... Nov. 4 IIIS .
nll""o" with the underetnndine'pm In the KMI Recreation Buildingnext Wrd.. No,,. I 4:14 .I.m...... 12.112 1.17 p P"m "...,...........## b
advertiser will Thong Nov. 6- .
emit payment 5:SS .m. .:25 pm. 'j
pomptl. to the Venezla Hotel by the 10:12 p.m.
W.S.C.S. Frl. Nov, 7 7:56 a.m. tilt am. f
of the Venice-Nokomis 10.18 p.m. 1118 p.... Frank Coffman
LOST Methodist Church with proceeds GENERAL CONTUACTOK \
to go Into the local fund. The
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BLACK AND Wllln--l'OINnll.---R.. sale will start at lOa m. It Telephone 4
To
ward Call Venice 2r.91. Mrs M. Cousins, chairman of _Pays Play I Sarasota 69397ROOFING t fx

WANTED the committee In charge said do- FOR YOUR FISHING AND

nations of food or rummage will SPORTING NEEDS,
WANT TO RENT port.1,1 el-iHo sew. be collected if donors will
call her SEE t'S
CABINETS In. mirhlne tar Situp
..... at 2784
P O Win Mj. Venlw. U&RSPORTING .1
several grades of ALVIN. JONES i'
e have WANTED.A PIANO In excellrnl I
rem
rhen Cabinet* All have dition Phone 2671. Phone 2981 ..
airs tops end all are fin- City Council GOODS .
in blacl and white SITUATION: WASTED "The rlnrlda 8prum.n Sair'isi et"
i ''Continued from One) GONDOLIER Classified Ml
Page
*' OPP. Venire Nohnmis Rank
AND-
MOTHER DAuTlrTR:
; : t
.n.nt rs.ulenta' ..bv, work bgrthee perm.". electors of Venice. Phone 3132 cost little yet produce lute results

W.p.atol ork. had Mother toWn .tlu.nl rxpvrivnr..d II In ,n.u,1...... I The petitioners with GeneralL. Just phone Venice JUt Ac- '
Daughter...nh" or oWill'hln..rd-l'i"k H. Miller. who has announced tore 5 p.m. ThursdaysBOWLING '
Wile M. ,
M. &'hofleld. Venice. Florida
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--_ himself a candidate for the council -
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FOR SALE acting as their spokesman LAND CLEARING
: contended that the and the
STUDIO COUCH H.IIi'wxvl 1",01. if I mayor
bo a. small dining 1.101.I ,. r council
11 r W. g { ? ? had no legal: right to appoint -
(40 Riviera St.. near I'nl.rtmi. 1.1.l r,.. '
Biohaid as a "temporary"councilman.
'
1982 CHEVROLFT RPDAN IS FUN!
lIn. .uxg'nd i The action, they art
Hoa.v *,slX'i", plll'" Jr...hh.'':'.KIT, gued cast 'serious doubts clouds

condition Y aim View 121IKI Ap,.. Alt fee 5.Bernie otter tt 1I..lon.p.m and suspicions" on all council actions .
I since Brohard began serving I
and filter' CM". l" !
twn"lhed.0m't'trlli! .nd sprinter" : one m.">. ft
pie twin' bpd, mattress and pprul > DISCING
General PLOWING
CHROMIUMIINETTE I mrr. wicker ut, Ianrr Prwa rug I'hon: Miller and other unnamed -
SETS 119\ citizens had retained the C. HAROLD BATES
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SPRING ANn MATTlU: for .1".1.1 j Punta' Gorda legal firm of Rose Englewood Phone 3390 .
(Table and Pour Chairs) bed Phone 21063.BUSISESS & Rose, who formerly! served as

atherette Seat and Bailc OPPORTUNITIES city attorneys for Venice to present I
I their case before the coun-
rted colors Tables have FOR SALE; '- 'IIII.ulll,1, l niKh-in Dependable
I lcll
rcelaln or Masonite Tops.ABY beauty .h"|. Might |lease to right port. VENICE a
Pont Beauty Shop, P. O. lli,, I, Venice, Disagree I
t 1
"11. '
Although the present city attorney Service BOWLAKADE

BUSINESS PERSONALS M. A Braswell, flatly declared WE SPECIALIZE IV And Grill I 'a1

that In his opinion Brohard''i Chrysler Products
STRONG. STtHM PLANTS for n... '
ld> l.nd.c.pinir I low ,>rirMFIROY8 .... i appointment was )perfectly legal 245 West Venice\ .be.
NURSERY. Unr'I IE.tobll.hed under the city charter both La- Phone 2661 r
: 1HSJ NOKOMISGARAGE
Turn right it Laurel Pint Office, 'mar Rose and his brother Judge

SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED II.I.npumpn. J. T. Rose disagreed. GRILL OPEN I I ,
e9uipmcnt. Krawnahle rat... Lamar Rose argued that"a tem- '7 am. to 11 p.m. A
Earl CoUroll. Phone 9471 u. 2665.
porary councilman cannot be appointed Opens 4 p.m. Sunday) tiv
DRESSMAKING, A trratiin,
RuttulMM
Fine Sew In*. Mrs T. h:. Dsmlri.l. ;'. unless there Is vacancy" GEORGE T. DEVLIN BOWLING ALLETS .
124 Crovel.nd Ave and that Inasmuch as Botts was Phone 2581 6 p.m. to II p....

GENERAL REPAIRS Lawn mows'. |still alive and had not resigned l

wwua,hln... ego roach Saws ins., .ha.n..1.stoves washing('. A. I.limb m." ror been expelled from office, the
/juit off Trail near Snug Harbor. P, UH I mayor and council had no legal I !

BUGGIES <.. 167. Laurel._ __ __ right to appoint Brohard as his IN A., :
DRiVEWAYS PUT IN. Murk fill dirt "substitute" lf '
e now have a complete thell Concrete work of >U kinds wit HURRYPhone .
h"A
mi.... Louli Adnrjan Phone 341 2. legislator cannot delegatehis
of Baby Buggies and 11, ;
powers to a substitute, Rose "
en. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 3461
contended therefore, as long as J .:
he remains in office his powers .

DON'T WISH YOU HAD cannot be delegated for him." If No Answer, Call 2955

Wrote to Both

50' 159' Building Lots After considerable discussion \ ':
x VENICE TAXI SERVICE Inc.
with citizens In the audience I"II I"\I\

Groveland Avenue joining In, Caspersen finally asserted U DRIVE IT CARS FOR RENT ;

0. he was not willing to expel

$200.00Paved Botts without giving him a hearing tfNfaltart+ltde+tft't'fNrNr'ff+drtt sstle<

Mayor Hlgel said he had
Electricity: Water. written to Botts In Virginia by

Fee Simple: Deed. registered mall two days ago ask- smitty'stavern ;1

Purchaser to pay fo- AbstractIf ing when and If he Intends to return -

abstract de'lred and resume his council seat

but has not yet received a reply.)
Councilman Hlgel and Dr. :

[BABY BEDS H. N. Wimmers Thompson both went on record as 1

being unwilling to expel l Botts
f', Shipment of Baby Beds REALTOR without hearing and voted along

f Mattresses Just received. with Caspersen to reject the petition I'
stzes.If. VENICE. FLORIDA :
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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, October>t
Page CjI:
T didatei and voters together. BREAKS1
_
CARNIVAL Speciall\leeting KILLED IN U'was decided to>> hold the ral-
GOVERNOR Michael Higel, 10,
AIR CRASH BROTHEROF ly on the night of Tuesday No- and Mr. Kenneth sop d
Continued from Page One) St. Mark's Guild ENGLEWOOD WOMAN vember 25, probably at the Pines Oaks broke his right HIM! or

Booth and sales countess Members HoldA Governor Earl Snell of Oregon Hotel, through the courtesy of Co- places Just below the.njuj elbo
which will be open all evening killed .with. two other high owner John Clarke. Gedney ap- !I Saturday morning when?
,will be handled as follows: "get-together" meeting of St Oregon state official In an pointed KIncaid, Colonel Earn- I while playing at the Hui.il
DARTS. 9th Grade; ARCHERY airplane crash In that state shaw and Mrs. R. A. Baldwin of city park.
Vth Grade; RING TOSS 2nd Mark's Guild was held in the rec- yesterday, was a brother of the Copper Kettle Inn to make I I _

grade; SPILL-THE-MILK. 12th tory of St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. William Jonas ot Ingle- definite arrangements for the af I For quick results, .
Grade; NAIL DRIVING 7th Church yesterday afternoon. wood. The governor and his fair. I DOLIER ClaSSifIed Use *
Grade; CANDY, 6th Grade; FISHPOND Women of the parish are reminded companions were reported to Al
10th Grade; that Guild sewing meet- have been flying to Interior
GRAB BAG 3rd Grade: LEM- Ings are being held every Tues- Oregon to hunt when their Citizens of Sarasota CountyA
ONADE, lot Grade; CHAMBER day at 2:30 p m. In the rectory In plane crashed In rugged moun-
OP HORRORS. 8th Grade; preparation for the Guild's an- tain country. FREE BOAT RIDE IN A GLASS BOATA
SHOOTING GALLERY, 11th Sale.
nual Christmas
demonstrator of the Tricraft
Grade: FORTUNE TELLING Dr. and Mrs. Leonard W. S. Fiberglas Boats \a \.
5th Grade: BALLOON DARTS Stryker are due to arrive from V. B. A. ready at Nokomis east of Trail near south bridge week din
and Sunday afternoons. No obligation
4th Grade."Tonight. the North today and a Holy Com- as 'At' know you |t1I|
the witches and goollns munion service will be held at StMaik's Continued from Page One) be a booster after your demonstration.

will take over for ho P.-T' .A'. this Sunday at 11 am. place, with the hotel man winning Plastic Age Boat and Equipment ft
yearly Halloween Carnival: Wilkinson out In the run-off.
raid "A grand evening Is John Clarke, one of the ownersof NOKOMIS At The Trail
expected at Ghost John McGiI- ,Invited to the KMI gym to shareIn the Pines Hotel, and H. F. Phone 2083 -
kiollcndijy rides again! and all arej I II the fun. McMahon, Interior decorator,

I were welcomed as new members .......#Nfd dW dldtttfddddddQdf.tfl
the of !of the V.B A.
Announcing Opening
After the entire membership JOSSART KINCAIDDependable

WEST COAST MARINE WAYS, Inc. present had given a rising vote of Plumbing
thanks to the retiring chairman. 1.
KIncald the new head of the Contracting RepairingFull
On Inland Waterway
board of governors Gednej1. as- Line Fixtures and Materials
OPPOSITE FIST COVST FISHERIES
I sumed office.
,
Oedney paid tribute to those Water Pumps Pipe and FittingsLET
We Carry; A Complete t Line of
I'S FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES
who had worked to get the V.B A. GIVEN
Plilllarin; \ HarJw.iri: : anJ Boat: Supplies started and functioning during Phone 2665 Post Office Box 134
I Its first year and said: 'I hope 1''
: 323 West Venice Avenue Venice, florida |
Days Venice 2507 Nights-Sarasota 69-924 can count on your whole-hearted I II
: Across the street from the Gulf Thratre
I support" too during the'year. coming to .. ......."... ."....I'## ,...... ... ....",>>
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MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY Political Rally
FOR ACCOMMODATIONS AT I Although various proposed sro-I
I jects for the coming year ,
THE COPPER KETTLE INN I discussed sole definite decision NOKOMISGROCERY

Venice, Florida ,made was that the V.B.A. again I
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this year will sponsor a "political :
SEASON: NOVEMBER: M TO :\1.ht rally" to enable citizens to meet I
and hear the various candidates
Fra'Ious I
Living and Sun Room Private Swimming Pool
Ping Pong Table Badminton Courts for office in the coming Decem- i
Large Ground Parking Spacefer ber 2 municipal election. I I
It was emphasized that the organization
further
Information and rate Write MRS. R. A B\LD\\1V
Itself would not endorse -
Until! October S3 318 S. Higby, Jackson Mich.
candidates the rally Phone 3681
After October 24 519 Harbor Drive, Venice Florida any
being held simply to bring can-I I
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COFFEE . . . . . . lb. *
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EGGS . . . ,.6k

MORTON HOUSE So. I

AFTER DATE ROll. . . 2 for 2Sc
ALL IT PAYS TO TRADE AT A HOME OWNED STORE
MONARCH

TOMAtO SOUP . 3 for 2St

POTATOES 10 Ibs. 36c CLOROX . 1-2 gal. 2.5c VIRGINIA No. Z Cans 16....,.

--- Tomatoes 2 for 29c Spic & Span. .- 1 19cNIBLETS
DOLE -
ts 01. MAXWELL HOUSE Bags --zr;
12-01. Cans VAN CAMP'S

Pineapple Juice . 39c COFFEE . . . 44c Com . 2 for 37c Tenderoni . .. 1k:
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PiIO. %1' THE PERFECT WATER SOfTENER %-Ib.f4

PUMPKIN) v.a 48 01. WINK . . . . 29t
19c COCKTAIL
27cVIENA
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SAUSAGE 14c Pancake CORNED BEEF HASH . . : 2&
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SCOTT co. 1:1b.JJ

DICED CARROTS . . . 2 for Zit


Mil k Tall 3 for 33c APPLE SKYLINE M. 1'. SMALL JUICE DRIVE\\lIITE . . . No I I Q O'


LIMA BEANS . . . 2 for 27

u. 8. NO. 1 MAINE 11"

JOEL MONTE SWANSDOWN I POTATOES . . . 3&stalkh&

COFFEE 00 45c CAKE FLOUR II. 35c i'' --
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Carrots . Bun. 15c Celery .

UAFr'S MIRACLE Quarts LARGE Lettuce . head 15c Cabb ge Ib 714

WHIP . 49c DREFT . . . 28c -

MEAT DEPARTMENT W. Folsom, M
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CLEANSER 9c MARGARINE Ct'DAIIY'S \ OLD FASHIOSf0 i
00 00 00 00 00. . 31c CHUCK
PURITAN TENDER BEEF i DAISY

IUBUTtC NO. I CAN
CHEESE
PICNICS ROAST

CORN 00 00 00. 00 . 16c TOMATOES 00. . 13c 53c lb. 29c lb. 49c lb-


WILSON'S

CIGARETTES ROLL BUTTER . 1-lb. Limit . .. Ib
cartons $ 75
20 Per Cent DAIRY FEED 1 lb. Bag


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