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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: November 14, 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
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1947Hissing "\
PRICE FIVE CENTS r. j
FIRST CUCUMBER'

SHIPMENTS Wolf j '
Lehmann Bowden
nglewoodoat LEAVE VENICE FOR THE NORTH ,


First cucumber shipments of the Year began leaving' Venice this Join In Council Race
week for ;
northern markets, .w
with Manhattan Produce< 11}
Found''I out its Initial. refrigerated yesterday sending -
truck shipment to New YOlk and
Ralph
G. Simpson and Herb Suter
Files
at me old Baines Hanclwy finishing loading! of their first carload For Mayor t ,h;
Hivth aboard bt- I warehouse at the end of the SohnaH ..ii,n-,1
t all three men I ll pill\, u..u '

|icd to be !rate the Englewood Everett Blower, In charge II I Three new candidates yesterday: Joined Smyth Brohard In the (::
'Kingfisher," Manhattan Produce I firm race for :
"nj boat over- the city council post bring vacated by the expiration of L>&', '
in since last Mon- said shipments Simpson T, S. Thomp I '
t back port win be made on's term and one opponent filed to contest with Coun :

morning, was found by a both truck and !'IUthis year : the lo- oilman Finn Caspciscn for the office being relinquished by Mayor Y \ '.

sl Oual'd plane yesterday af- the films East Venice \' i are iun- CI'de V Hlgel. (' r

lioon far out in the Gulf, warehouse, with about 25 In "fan- I Candidates have only one moreweek
ut 55 tittles southwest of Ft. of cukes scheduled to to file '
go : I Work
the SCO Starts On
m, ,,! during! the nt, three or in 'I Wolf, Lrlunann, Bowden

F,od and water were dropped\ weeks, fnr'u 1! ,I' The three councilmanlc candidates City-Wide Street ;

I the dl ,aoled; boat and tie For the fist time in Voice: 1 waie- who filed their nominating I

hjnae, with C L Enochs and said, the cucumbus are many petitions yesterday with Mrs 1 Repairing JobA

[W, sdieldlng aboard Immcdly waxed thin .laiuip. in their target Helga Ro- Siede, city clerk r
set out from Lemon Bay vor and their are Carl
assuring arrival and old- : Wolf, Walter Lehmannand I complete working over of all i
(.Series dock to find the Kins- the north with "follm-frl'h" when as ex-Councilman H S Bow- city streets got under way today

I'm' and tow it back to Engle- orEd tomatoes din Brohard filed his petition I under direction of City Street ;

1, No report had been recel- Thorn two weeks :
I of rent Mv 'is i I' ago Foreman Joe Cono\er who estimated ,

I from the rescuers early this charge_._of shipping, operations Opposing Casptistn for the I the job of |atchlng and "
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nine, but both boats are ex- I -- ------ --------- mayoralty post-will be Louis Sitter I filling holes will be computed bjr -0

led to arrive in Englewoud Brief Armistice owner of the Venezia Hotel the end of mxt week
Day Ceremony
crime today, and a former federal government City Supervisor Goy Cm wood ,

|Aboard the ''Kingfisher which : Held Here to Honor War DeadUnder negotiator and financial analyst explained! that th" street repair a 1t

,t tlie Bay Shore Fisheries dock Suter attended Columbia and I program had been dtlajel because Jt

t Fildav' on a deep sea fishing New York universities where he of inability to obtain patch- IJI
auspices of No-\il Poet No 159 of the American L"Blon,
for t uper and snapper and: leeched a degree In business administration I I Ins materials1o 8
Venice paid tribute to both -
Its living and dead of World Wars I and
[n a as caught In the ,weck- n1i II and :Mote Building
in a brief but impressive Armistice Day ceremony held last Tues- accountancj I -
that swept the Gulf, we.e day In the city plaza fronting K\II, He also attended special coursesat Curwood said Tom Sines, Sara- gw

I A, Thompson, Pete Truman Virtually all Venice bwrnss, ---- -- the Naval and War Finance i sots mover is scheduled to bpuln ,.y" '

idGrour Cox, i i houses Joined i College, Pentagon moving the large Officers Club
with the bank, city son, tommardir oi No-Vel postLnd Building; Army I
|An Intensive sea and air searchd I offices and the post office 1:1: <'r the direction of Paul Gold- finance School, Fort Benjam: I!building In from Venice All Ba;e r.: ,;
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been launched by the Coast I closing for the day although the ensteln, the Venice-Nokomis High Harrison, and Duke University, next Monday It will be placedon ,
lurd Monday after lad schools where he was trained In an already-pi'<'pared site on
they remained open.The School banj played and then the war con-
len notified by Jack Pearson ofpj i Rev D Campbell Craw- flag was placed at half-mast, tract negotiation. He also studied city property facing West Venice l
Shore Fisheries that LlenGft" various engineering the I i Continued on Page Fivei I ,
I courses at
fold pastor of the First Baptist while Sm tn Brohard played "
r had failed to return I Bell Telephone Laboratories r
Taps
[ Church of Venice, was the speaker :, ;
port on schedule, but no trpce gineering School
I
[ the mUsing boat was found ,( of the day, winding up his talk Commander Simpson concludedthe 'Candidates' Night En-I NESTLEWOOD tL, I
I rites with a simple:
't I.
N It was spotted by the planet with a benediction, "We thank you for joining us Meanwhile Richard H. SWEET SHOP 1'

'todaj about noon, I I "Down through the centuries," in this Aim!'Jice Day observance chairman of the board of governors OPENS TOMORROW .: '

While the Coast Guard, In noting I he declared nun I Lave constantly We trust you will never forget the of the Venice Business As- /'."

Pearson that the missing I been willing to give their all reason for H" sociation, announced that plans Informal opening! of anoth .') s

aft had been found failed *oto I that their fellow men might have The public address system used are being completed for a b g new Venice business entcrpilse will r
Nestlewood Sweet Shop
whether the men aboard It Freedom. We owe respect and Candidates Night" meeting cf 'I. .
I during the ceremony was provided take I It Is located
tomorrow
[ere unharmed, It was assumed praise and thanks to those who by Legionnaire Cecil H Grieveof the VBA. to be held In the Pines place '. ;
I at 310 West Venice Avenue nextto
1 three were all right, although returned, as well as to those who Venice Radio Service Hotel at 8 pm Tuesday, November the Gulf Theatre entrance j j'j'the
osslbly suffering from lack of failed to return Now let us fight 25, one week prior to the D"- I
Members of No-Vels auxiliary, Aiita Graves and, Evelyn Bake, l ;J
ter cember
2 municipal election.
and food and from exsure for Peace valiantly as they '
headed by President Anne Surls, owners of the Nestlewood Gift i
fought in War Arrangements for the meetingare '
placed wreaths on graves In the Shop, will operate the sweet shop ,
being made by a committee J \
Band Plajs Nokomis Cemetery during the which will have a candy counter
I composed! A C Earnshaw, G "
JA< SHOP TO The ceremony opened with A day, as Is the annual custom of opening directly on the theatre I, '
(Continued on Page Two "
short welcome by Ralph O Simp- the women of the Legion lobby for the convenience of t, ','
PEN MONDAY -- movie-goers };liS :.,.

"ormal" opening of the HelenaOP Kimbrough Criticized for School Baynards Donate I ii'1 ,. riII


I w on in West the Dr Venice, Thompson Avenue Build-has Election Iron Curtain' PolicyA Two Lots to II I Coming Events I II

set for
next Monday by Mrs.

elen Craue, owner talk on "Sanitation," an explanation of the coming county- Woman's Club I Saturday November 15 l

The Helena Shop will feature wide mass X-ray tuberculosis survey, and criticism of County Super- Venice Country Club's golf'!

ortswear beach wear accessor- intendent of Schools Verman Kimbjough for his failure to publicizethe Comprising the site for the course opens for play

s, table decor and gifts, recent school trustees' election featured last Fildays annual "covered planned new clubhouse of the :Monday, November 17 a

---_._. dish" luncheon meeting of the Lemon Bay Women Club Venice-Nokomis Woman Club' 8 pm". No-Vel auxiliary, Amer-
$160,000 Characterizing the recent semi- two large lots located on the ican Legion, meets at Legion's t1

Revenue stamps secret balloting as a Houdinl Englewood chairman He stressed northwest corner of Park Boulevard Venice Air Base clubhouse,
on the
ed at the court deed election," one member of the club that every person over 15 and Menendez Street have 8 pm. Installation of officers,
house this week
vering sale commented: years of age Is urged to take ad- been deeded to the club by Mr. Lemon Bay Post No 276 American t
of the
1! PInes
ere indicated the Hotel "We believed up to now that vantage of the free X-ray during and Mrs Robert S, Baynard of Legion, Englewood Woinen'i,
transaction
Ned a ))11- the 'Iron Curtain' only applied to (Continued on Page Two) the Venice Land Co Clubhouse r
consideration of $160,000Weathek some foreign countries in Europe The deeds were presented to Tuesday. November 18 .*

However we did see It work In the club at Its meeting Wednes- 8 pm Venice city council r

Sarasota County as well" ,DISHES day in its temporary clubrooms at meets city hall +

I Ito Guest Speaker Mrs Dorothy Fields! cochairman 318 West Venice Avenue, formerly 8 pm, Women's Missionary t

Guest speaker at the luncheon of the P.-TA Hal known as Community Hall by, Union meeting, First Baptist

PER4TURE High Low InchnRAINFALL meeting was Claudius J, Walker, low'e'en Carnival committee, Mrs. Helen B, Duncan of the Church

consultant of the State announced yesterday hat lubs building: committee. The I Wednesday November 19 .

Vlollsly., Nov reported ......, ,....' 0,28 sanitary Board of Health, who was Intro- dishes loaned to the P.-T.A gift was accepted with enthusi- 2:30 P,m.. Venlce-Nokomis Wo-

at. 7 '''..." 82 66 000 duced by Robert L Cause, Sara- for the event, and not yet asm and appreciationNext man's Club meets, clubrooms in

Nov 8 ." 78 57 075 sota County sanitary officer claimed by their owners maybe regular meeting of the I Gulf Theatre Building '

""I". Nov, 9 .., '..' 78 53 0.00 Also a speaker was William picked up at either the VenIre Woman's Club will be held in the ThursdayNovember 20

on", Nov 10 .. 82 65 000 Jonas, who disclosed details of Food Shop or Lowef Grocery clubrooms at 2:30 p,m, next Wed- ,I 6:30: P m", Venice Lions Club

1'1., 'Nov. n ". the X-ray survey to be held Mrs Fields laid both nesday, November 19 The presi- meets, Venice Country Club dining -

rd", 80 67 000 throughout the county during the stores also have on hand a few dent, Mrs Ardria M' LePelley room f ,
Nov
urs" 12 _? 77 67 038 weeK: of January 9 to 16. with a dishes and curs unclaimed urges full attendance inasmuchas 8pm. board of directors, VeA-

Nov, 13 .... ." 78 68 000 mobile unit to visit Englewood from the 1946 carnival. business of importance will be Ice-Nokomis Chamber of Com-

Dial to data this month ....... 137 Jonas recently was appointed presented for consideration merce meets, C. of C building

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Page Two VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, November 1 l.:

Others attending the covered Hassafoss, Mrs.

i ELECTIONContinued will not endorse any particular KimbroughContinued dish luncheon, reports Mrs, William i- son, Miss Carol Albert A.

candidate. One) Jonas, president included: Maude Darling. gel 11II
from Page Ms.
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( from Pane One Here Several lean W Stroh, Mrs *
will not be Mrs. A. Joseph olomew MlssFlorem.rJ111!
daldvin Wolf, Brohard and Bowden ate the mass su:'vey. It eWhll
L Kincaid and Mrs. R A. throughthe Oabert. Mrs LeRoy R Bastldo Mrs. George Lilly, .44<
all residents of Venice of several necessary for those going
their Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ryan Mrs.
World War X-ray process to remove
Oedney emphasized that the years standing. Wolf Information will Robert Talloss Mrs. J E. Mc- Tide b
of WolfiSinclair clothing and all
a veteran and owner '
VBA. Is sponsoring the open Creary. Mrs. U. M. Farts, Mrs. Date VENICE INLET
Seri Ice Station, Is a resident I be kept confidential.
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meeting with all candidates and FrL, ...
J. E. Rinheard Mr. and Mrs. F J. N.
dbtrlc I Posters and registration cards Sool., Nov 164 11.86: P... .at"Run.
of the Edgeuood '
voters Invited to attend simply to I Magers Mrs L. P. Martin Mrs.E. ., Nn. 18 12 19 a... "' -
will be distributed throughout Men., .. 1:11 ,. 4Tue.
aa
Brohard of Smitty'S N.
give voters of Venice an opportunity owner TaV'j I' vicinity, Including I Cook Mrs. R. O Mclllwaln, .. Nov 11 1:14: .... 1114Thor I'S:
em and until recently a Englewood and : ::
to meet and hear the various tute" councilman serving for Placida and New Point Comfort I Mrs. W. O. Creager. Mr. and .. Nee Nov to 1.2\1:17; ::.: :11114 11,914:
) candidates. The associationIt I Mrs. H. K. Ellis, Mr, and Mrs 7 aa I I.4
Gust he said. :II 4
George Botts, resides in the In the near future, I Fri.. Nnv 21 11: a m, ..
View section. Bowden who did 1 N4IT'S

not seek le-electlon when his term

Pay To Play, expired last )ear. Is president uf ONLY 23 DAYS LEFT! ilEnE!!
the Venice.Nokomis Chamber nf
THE NEW EMIT\G DlFFr.,1
FOROIR FISHING AND Commerce and a resident of the e \1r
AKtoni Biff 13th RAYETTE
SPORTING NEEDS Venezia Park district. ELECTRONIC
Anniversary Sale ;
IS Lehmann came to Venice from :: Permanent
SFE FIRST BARGAINS GALORE! :: Wave
Fairfax. \a. two years ago buying ."
U&HSPORTING I 2r Gallon: Off On All ualint
the Gulf View Apartments : t' CHARMSalon

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Venire' Nokomis Bank I On The Trill ( J--/J TRIMS
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GAINESVILLE C. OF C. DIRECTORS
?1K Thanksgiving from December 30 to January 6:30 In the pastor's study or Urn
lei WJnne and Billy Mans- MEETING POSTPONEDFOR Voted on also was a, 2'1 church. The meeting was clad i
last week. I I
were In Venice ONE WEEK Party PlannedBy to hold council meetings OR by President Herschel Winter
j the University of PlorGainesville. second Wednesday evening at with. the League Benediction.
,
Wynne liL Postponement of last nlght'i Youth CouncilThe I
while MansIU scheduled meeting of the board of
pharmacy directors of the Venice-Nokomis Youth You'll Get More Fun Out of
for a medicalBoth Council of the Ven-
preparing
, boys are freshmen. Chamber of Commerce until next Ice-Nokomis Methodist Church Home Hours '
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock Methodist Youth Fellowship met '
was announced yesterday by Secretary last Wednesday evening Attending Wild.*-Phon a WratlnthoHM..nph with the AllonilleRu LIU-
Harry A. Beach. were officers and members of OUT radio that you on ".....
FOR carry. txnt, and ping In >nr* '.
Beach said the postponementwas the Intermediate and Youth Fellowships .k.r..

FINE decided upon In order that $99.95
Colonel William R. Grove, chair. Mrs. J. T Blalock presided over
WORKn man of the C. of C. Fair committee the meeting, wherein plans were ALPHAMUSIC
who Is out of town this week laid for a Thanksgiving Youih SHOP
n I to 6 p.m. could submit his report. Also to party to be held at the church on Phone 2663
11 a.m. to 9 pm.Mitchell's be discussed at next Thursday Friday November 28. All young "B., it Horn r_
Build Your Mn C.mmunllj" :
night's meeting will be the question people of this area will be Invlt1
of whether Venice-Nokomis to attend,

arber Shop will Join with Sarasota In staging A pledge of $75 was voted on itp
: the 1948 Tarpon Tournament, or for youth work In compliancewith
132 W. Venice At hold one of its own. the National Youth Council

Also voted was a pledge of $25 ,
for the Youth Assembly groundsto t 'ly:' ..Ay
I SAY -'AYE be constructed near Leesburj ;

, YOU SEEN 'IsLORDSHIP Florida.The council also decided to :0flt

send off their bag for Overseas .'
? Relief next week Anyone desiringto ,<
make a contribution may leave
1 1t articles of clothing and canned
C food at the church, the Venice ,
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Plans were made to raise partof
the money required to send 9*
I:1 Herschel Wester delegate from S4.1,4I
Or'to
this church to the Cleveland j
Ohlo National Youth Conference I
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MULLIGAN bv C.II.W. 0 Rltl... 51.CHURCH and Pslerse R-,,
I e e = Dr. Ln.n.rd W. S. 5"yhg,
Priest III4S Ch.....
eare YL ': .m Sunday "hilL'
Mo. It am Morning service.
Wcll-l-l now that the "Progress Edition" U out of the way R.

and thanks for the many nice thlngi you said about It), maybe we I JIM VOULO EA.THER PLAY GOLF: T4AN UI CHURCH OF COO
can catch up on some of the things we've let slide the past few weeks. . Venice Avenue
R.t. C. D Jfniiiu,
|PUle
the little
Like, for Instance 10
a.m. Sunday Scbwi.
matter of "feudin1. and-a fussln1. something to say about Barbara. II ..... Fmchmc,
Vtffffl ---------- ------ --- t:10 p.m. Prtichini
and-a fiRhtin'," with one Kenneth "This year Barbara started to Thursday, 7:50 pm. long ...

Nichols, the "Town Crier" school. And on the first day there I AMONG OUR ji service.Friday. ,-. p.m" benefit ou slit, ,

columnist of the Akron. 0., Bea ,was: apparently: some discussion of
NEW SUBSCRIBERS jj jjC. VENICE CATHOLIC CHUKJ1
con-Journal. He started his "col- 'Americanism' L Name M Taps ,...

>um" off recently, to-wit: "Anyway at the dinner table H..I\H' .#''' .H'.H'' V..U.
RT. C. L. Eliludtr, Punt
"JUST KIDS: Two years ago that night. Barbara was quietly P. Danks one of our newest subscribers, had been In the real 9 ..m. Mas1.LAND.

the Adorjan family made the thoughtful. Then she spoke up: estate business In Vlcksburg. Miss., for 30 years. NaturallY during

crave mistake of moving from ""Mama It we went back to that time. he had developed an extensive knowledge of realty values.

Akron to a place called Venice Ohio would we still be Americans 'mat. in a nutshell, explains
Ma. !" why Venice has a new family I Danks had known Mrs. Jeff RillS CLEARING

"There was Louis the father; "The Gondolier adds: 'Akron or> rather, two new families for I of Venice formerly of Vicksburg,
Marjorie, the mother and Bar- Danks not only brought his wife for 25 years but It wasn't until
papers please copy'
bara the daughter. The latter Is after they had located here that
and daughter, Miss Josephine
Aw.. but he who laughs last.

that she was too young to protest Adorjans were glad enough to but his nephew ex-Captain E. H. chosen this community for her ,
her parents' decision. Henne the Florida horn
of Army Air Force and
fly for safety to the home of the
"Venice has a newspaper called grandmother here Mrs. O. H. his wife and two boys. Edward Danks learned of Mrs. RlgtV

The Gondolier' and It has Edgar, 122 Manor rd. Jr., 3'3.: and Johnny 1. being here one day shortly after DISCING PLOWING
he arrived while N.
talking to H.
"Will somebody send this clipping Started Last April C. HAROLD BATES
Wlmmers, local realtor who hap-
"It all "
to the Gondolier? started last April.
pened to know that Mrs. Phone W|
IDEAL FOR YOUR Rlggs Englewood
Danks ,'hen
explained. other
Florida Vacation That ain't the way we heerd It, my formerly had lived In Vicksburg
bubo The way we heerd It, the daughter happened to drive

Private Swimming Pool Adorjans took 'em a vacation through Venice while on a Flor-

Close to Gulf Beach trip and quite by accident that ida trip. She wrote us such an en- I
Badminton Courts zephyr came along while they .huslastlc account of Venice's T. E. Holland
Spacious Living and beauty and location and develop-
were away. And their stay In Akron
Sun Rooms
lasted only FOUR days. Regaining ment possibilities that my wife On Tamiaml Trail (Next to Nokomis Community Ml
Write for Rates and and daughter.
Josephine, came
their senses they
Further Information TELEPHONE S121
promptly headed back to Venice. here in August to see for themselves
Copper Kettle Inn PS. What was the temperatureIn COMPLETE DECORATING SERVICEAT

Venice. Florida Akron yesterday Ken? It was Well they too, liked Veniceso REASONABLE RATES

still cold here 78. well that we Immediately made EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR PAINTING
I
f' arrangements to move here. COLOR SCHEMES WORKED OUT TO SUIT

Danks, who Is staying at the INDIVIDUAL TASTES CHOICE FABRICS

Park Terrace Apartments said he i- Free Consulting Service -
A Privilege to Live tn Florid. I
was so Impressed with Venice'spotentialities
A Distinction: lo Live in Venice I "Iff an Ideal
I place for a home as well as offering

H. N. WIMMERS: I outstanding business pos-
sibilities" that he Interested

Realtor his nephew, Captain Henne, In Winter, Reservations .

i the community. Henne who Is

VENICE a FLORIDA staying at the Gulf View Apartments

Where the T.mi.mi Trail Meats the O.n Gulf I was a builder before the If You are Planning on Coming to Venice
t'' war and he and Danks plan to
construct several new homes In This Winter May We Suggest Now Is the
!!l 1I[ i imi7'IDnLfIT1.rI M lr.i1il1r. (J1
Venice. First of these Is now Time td Maki Room Reservations?

Hearing completion at 325 .South
Harbor Drive.Incidentally.
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s 1"'"' Band Concert STREETS Botts Now Sole purchased the half-Interest Ban-

BusinessAND
HighlightsP.T.A.Meeting I erly held by his partner. J. IlL

II I Continued from Page One) Owner of Keys, and Is now sole owner oC
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. I ProfessionalDirectory Avenue between South Harbor Venice Bowlakade the Venice Bo\\lakade and GrUL

Drive and Avenue des Parques Botts said Mrs. Duvall Btxnr

More than 100 members and and, after remodeling, will be Councilman George W. Botts.Jr and Mrs. Ada Stephenson rtaV:

friends attended last Tuesday opened about January 1 as Venice I ", who returned to Venice recently continue to be In charge of ttae

night's meeting of the Venice- 's new city hall and recreation after being absent for sev- grill. He has assumed person**.
ROOFING Nokomis P.-T.A. at the high :!
not Work of All Kinds school building I eral months because of illness 'I' management of the bowling alleys -

ALViN P. JONES Highlight of the evening reports Curwood announced too, that this week announced that he has .
henceforth he
will be
at his of- f
Phone 2981 President B. E Bowen. wasa 144444444444444444444444444444444444444..4 \
flee in the city hall from 11 am

I'"" High concert School by band the Venice.under Nokomis direction electrical to noon daily to Issue building, JOSSART KINCAID j

and
RIGBY of Paul Ooldens plumbing permits.
BRUCE eln.
1 Over Dependable Plumbing ,
$25
Lral Painting Contractor 1 After hearing an explanatorytalk 1 1

/ for & Exterior Decoratingphone by H. S. Bowdcn Venice-No- i He reminded Venetians thai 10 Contracting Repairing

Venice 2885 komls district chairman the PTA .- building permits must be obtained I Full Line Fixtures and Materials_ I'
whenever ,
voted wholehearted ; repair work or new con

of the coming January 9-15 support countywide I II' struction exceeds $25 In value. Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings ;

[ LEGAL NOTICE mass X-ray tuberculosis Permits also must be obtainedfor LET us FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES: g I

I' survey I I' electrical plumbing or heat- Phone 2665 Post Office Box :
Ing work too." he said 'There Is I
Bowden Gn'EN'I'
NOTfrF. OF INTENTION I said exact dates the no charge for the latter 323 West Venice Avenue Venice, I' I
REGISTER: FICTITIOUS NAME state mobile X-ray unit will be permits :
I gnilrnilm" i*"" hereby certify here will be although a small Inspection fee : Across the strrrt from the Gulf Theatre s I
announced I
k eoniluctln an automatl lann.at soon He .. ..irrrrrrrrrrF,. :
must be paid upon completion of rr rrrrrrr....rrrrrrr. rrrr r
nwa Fnalewud: rkirina. un. emphasized the point that
i '.. name nl every- the work." +4444444ttddddtddtddddddddddt4444444444444444r4 "
KKl' AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY one over 15 Is urged to participateand :
at MId firm b roinpiHied of the that the He emphasized that an Inspec- t
survey while free
Is
.h._ and plarea
per**' namn '
Ennirea> fnllowltk not just for the needy tion Is required In all cases, and: '

k Rcitrr. r O Hot 4S Englewood that this is primarily for the pro- I smitty'stavern I a i

_hip of FnBlrwuml Ailtimatlr r FOR QUICK. RELIABLE tection of the property owner ,
f.ll.w.1
100.'i
1A q R_iter. 8<>lt Owner SERVICE CALL himself, so that there exist no
II' inten ti... t" apply to the Clerk health fire or safety hazard
Circuit Court In and for & Fonda. to resister the laid name
.1..001 Aolomatir Laundry under I.i I.
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.brain. Chapter 2u055. I.." fit ShopBox !
A"01 1041.nnm Venice Bowlakade
my hondo this Uth d.v ,,f No- U, Venice Phon. 2153
IIM- I Men's
C A. REITF.Rh I I LeagueI i
h, Nor. tl. 21. 2 11.... 5. 1M7
I : 125 South Tamiami Trail Verier

\OTIPF OF INTENTION I CLASSIFIEDADS

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I I STANDINGSV Delicious Sandwiches.-When You Are Hungry
wdminnwl du hereby rectify that L Pins

'InParts R. & R. 16 5 14870 !
I (Ie a word lint 20 words Ic each I "The Bright Spot on the Trail"
1& Enelewud Florida under the additional ward Minimum chine, Adorjans IS 6 15202
w name ofMAC'S 25c Cash with Ad. Special rates : '
High School 12 9 15418
SWAP SHOP
for rawt than one desertion of the I
ll and firm ll composed nf tW rata. same .d. Ads will b. over Earl'8. 11 10 1SS65 : 0 "
pmuni whoa' name and place.4nre tho telephone up'la's
(3131)
,. am .. callow.. Thursday with the undtratandlnfadvritivr p.m. Venice Food 9 12 15.304 .

t MtOeiryFlorid... Yale A..u. Eimlw .) will remit paymentpromptly. 1 Venice Laundry 7 14 15380 i PACKAGE DEPARTMENT

F MHTrwry. Yale Avenue. EnRlvFlorida 1I I Smittyj 7 14 14.579 I \

Venice Furniture 7 14 13.613
mhip of Mac Swap Shop la a. .

E.t lire......,. 50'1 FOR SALE Urrk'i Results v WHILE PRESENT STOCKS LAST w '
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F .((...r'. Sol;. EAST ELECTRIC WASIIrK tlnltirI Monday November 10. R. & R. :
b our intention to apply to the I rirpil .....|H-r. Wmllnitlimiiw hot alratrr defeated Adcrjan 3-0 Venice
.t the Circuit Court hi md for i. P. I. Ha> ., lla>nard HI loI lal2GAUGr .: I I ; Finn
""" Ciuntr Florida. to winter the West 11.ml, A... Furniture defeated High School
nine of M. 2-1. Wednesday November 12
uf Chapter *i 9 e' Laws of : Western Field .hu..un. a" ,
,i Arti of I Ml. Inch bagel. hold. fi.. ....II.. like ..... Earl's defeated Venice Laundry ; CHARTER OAK Bottled in Bond Bourbon $4.99, I
turn nr hands thin 10th day ofbra. titan Hi.harnWn. rare K R. Slsrtine.1 t
1947. Good. V..il... 2-1; Smit'ys defeated Venice HICKORY I
I. F.: MfCRFARY OLD 5-yr.-old Straight Bourbon $4.40
M. r. MrCREAHY TA ..:MODEL.tube Mr-mb..r.. Food 3-0.
oil, Nov. II. 21. 2H. Dw .. 1941. Carliion '1110... AIM. S.>t' ne rent' diamond NEXT UtEK'S GAMES: sP KENTUCKY TAVERN Decanter Bottle $1 00.
Youtt. Venice Trailer, I'.rk
NrrtrCE OF INTENTION tint Monday November 17: R. & R. ; OLD SMUGGLER Scotch . . $6.10 f I
RED SPRING AND MATTKrrS: l.'n
vs. Venice Food Smitty Venice
vs
aEIoIKTER FICTITIOtg NAME .
ndmurned dorm hereby certify Fred MuninirKILR II,,Ml., N..k,.mi.. ('her' 1531 rrilayor Laundry; Wednesday Nov 19; I ; MARTIN'S V.V.O. Scotch . . . $6.42
hell riindirlinit a wlinK alky and
scant bo..I"... at !<6 Went Venire '" .-;';;'iLll ( ;M:id.n. Adorjan's Trucking vs Venice VAT 69 Scotch . . . $6.03 .
... Venire Florida under tk. fie Vied ah.rt ..hile IW J K. Hill laurel Furniture. High School vs. Earl's
rate nf Phone trt PUERTO RICAN RUM . . . . $2.83 _
1l'E HOKLAKADE AND GRILL Oarage I
Mat Nd firm U composed .f thee -WF.S-TINCHOU8F. elrrtrk Utii... AVERAGES :. 100'- GRAIN GIN . .*. . $2.89"
perwna .'h<_ name and placeskumhip plain and oven HIM I'hi.ne 2551 W.
lime' are a f"llow" H. LlKhtfulLOVFLY. Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan PARK AND TILFORD $3.25 Z :
Whiskey
N. 11uI... Jr.. Harbor Drive.rh ; . .
League secretary
Oda.u' Venice Buwlak.de andY FOR RENT I O Curwood. Smitty's 169 jrrrr..rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrs ..r..rrtr..rrrr4 ;
-i fellows 'M F.RN.-
NEW completely
OIl, W B.tt. Jr.. Sole Owner. furnished fiat II.... apartment, In du Jossart. Venice Laundry 166 i ij
[k air, went in to apply to the r"'rkCut pin S nice nnim and bath Only I mlnutei Wheeler Earl's .. ... 165
Court In and for SaramtaFlorlla '
walk to ttnrn or beach I In V.nice
t,. .. to relater the laid name Reasonable rent for ara.in I I'h.ate IU2 Kujkendall Venice Laundry 164
|nlct bola B.of.wlaki,I,. and Grill under the or vrnmtilt! or inquire, R. *, B. Nave, Earls . .. .. .. 162
Chiiiter 1(19)1. L.w..f
Goudi.
Sporting
4a Arc of 1 O Burkett. Adorjan . 161 1
Center
fitrw, m, hand,4\'hl.\ 2th day of NoH47. Tarpon
BUSINESS PERSONALS Adorjan Adorlans ....e. 156

GEORGE: !: W. BOTTS TR. Jone Venice Food .. 156
oA, Nov U. tl. 29, Dec. t. 1 47fOTirg GENERAL: REPAIRS .- Lawn muwerKwinK >.. f
marhmm Uive* wdnhinama 155
Oakley, Venice Laundry
thinm. rte Seas aharH>ned. C. A. Lomb RESTAURANT and BAR :
OP INTENTION lint off Trail near gnuii Hnrb.r r. (I.II. Brobst, Venice Furniture. 152
FfclSTER. FICTITIOUS NAME ... 1ST .. ".1"DRIVEWAYS. Williams, Venice Food .. 152
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ndeniitned do hereby certify that '-
tr. eondiirtmir a rtntaurant business PUT IN. MII.k. fin dirt. Richardson R. & R .. .... ... 151

.drr I Ken the Venire flrlltloui Avenue name Venice ofthat F'o: "- .h.lI.miier Concrete Louis Adorjaa work of Phone all 1412 kinds with J. Curwood Smitty .... ... 149

GULF GRILL Stephens. High School .. .... 149 7
said< firm DRESSMAKING Alter.Hi Hutton.hulas.
b
red of f..l-
I pennons ahos P comp.name and the places Fine Srw", .. Mr.. T. t.. PanclrlrlKeSSI Keys. High School... ...... ........ 149

[WT AM-Storkman are as P'O rollo"Hoi, '8. VenlcaPepple. Grunland., Ave Koogler, Adorjan s ..,........ .... 148 Dance to the Music of

STRONG STURDY PI ANTS for Flor. Smith. High School.......... .... 148

4L A. P. 0. Box (I, Venice Ida l.ndu-apinr MFLROY8-NURSERY low prl..... laurel Brohard Smitty ..... .... ....... 148J.

"Whip of Gulf Grill la u follow ,.,.bU.hrd 19S. C. Biorseth. High School... 145wellyn. Chet
r 8urkman M%. Turn right at Laurel Port Office Bundy
4. R. & R ... .......... .... 145

[ *bane Circuit intents Court n0 to hi apply and for to the gammas Clerk< pumping SEPTIC equipment TANKS CLrANED Reawn.hle Modern rat"' Wcltz Venice Food ............. .... 144 .

h Fbrida. to register the laid name Earl Cottrell I'hune .471 or 21.66 Mack. R. & R. .. .. .. 142
II' *Grill""' under' the provisions of T Adrian High School .. ... 140 And His Orchestra
Laws
Of i-ioHda Act. of REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
I Raeburn. Smitty's .. .:: ...:... .... 139
our h...., this 10th of N...
1147 hr Leger. Earls ........... .................. 138

HARRY STOCKMAN DON'T WISH YOU HAD Fenton. Earls ..................... .... 137

Ibht N... H.PETE tl, 29.A Dei. PEPPI 6. 1147 Earl. Earl ................................ 137 Saturday Night Dance Adm. 50c

11"ICR OF 50' x 159' Building Lots Dietrich, R. & R .................... 136

o REGISTER FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME Perllck. Smlt y', ...................... 136

"':Indeaiened: don herby certify Oroveland Avenue I. V. Biorseth R. & R .......... 138

n-, at'ISO West.tI. Venus a Specialty Shop. Archer Venice Food ....... ....... 134
the Avenue en.eetTOsaid
firtltiotaCaame: $200.03 NPlson Venice Food .., ..... 134
E ELENA SHOP Dinner Dancing CocktailsOn
.. 134
firm Venice Laundry
Ia Hanchey.
composed or the Electrlclt/ Water.
Paved
W.4: are...whoa follow names,, and pl_ IcCracken, Adorjan'i ... .. .. 133
.4aPbriaa.Gnu.* E Fee Simple Deed. Furniture .. 133
rnin APO'tmentao Reading. Venice

tb or. Th. Helena Shop \. a.V Purchaser to pay defined for Abstract Peter R. & R.'_................ ...... 132 the Water Front at Venice Inlet

If abstract Hemphill. Venice Furniture .. 131
Sole" Owiw
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Chrlk .,ion to apply to the Clerk J. Burkett. Adorjan's .............. 127

>'VwijC. Relena register the sold name H. N. Wimmers
Shop under the provision. Lang-icrl V. Furniture 118
Ralph
,M-p IO H, laws of Florida Arta Haines, Venice Furniture .... 115 Chas. & Mary Macatee Buddy RingoI

iilty hand. this 14\11 day of N... REALTOR Drove, SmJ Y', .............. ... 113

HELEN GRAUE Ray Langlerl. V. Furniture.. 108
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BUYS HOME; HERE 'Children's Book Lemon Bay Post Gifts For Vets card part, in the 104

Charles Licata of Sarasota has \Veek' to Be To Install Still Desired was room announced, more gift are,IIedI(
jointly
bought a home on Oroveland

Avenue, In the Edgewood district, Observed HereMiss Officers Monday Although many gifts for the dent by ,Anne Surls, subtly

from Venice Houses, Inc, and Is Bay Pines Veterans' Hospital and Ralph Q SIDIIiIoD,
Sylvia B Paulson, librar- A delegation of 12 members of Christmas "Joy Shop" were received Vel post commander
new engaged In remodeling it
ian of Venice-Nokomis High No-Vel Post No, 159 of the Amer- a week ago when the Gifts may be left
William Hall, Venice contractor' I i School, yesterday called attention i ican Legion Is expected to travel No-Vel post of the American of the Venice at lilt

b in charge of the work. Licata;i to the fact that next week IS i to Englewood next Monday nightto Legion and its auxiliary staged a Venice avenue,Laundr **1
Plans to move into his new home being observed nationally as i attend the Installation of officers -

about December 1. Children Book Week" and presentation of a char- ----
I Numerous new books have been I ter to Lemon Bay Post No. 276'

added to the school library collection In the Women's Clubhouse there
i for circulation, she reported Commander J. D Tate of Lemon -

Thy Include fiction, literature Bay post said a delegation of
science, biography and Sarasota Legionnaires also is expected -
travel books Including District Com-
mander Wilfrid T Robarts. A
An outstanding reference book
buffet supper will be served OPENING MONDAY !;
"Current Biography 1946 a 734- NOVEMBER 17
Commander Ralph O Simpson
page volume which Includes the
will head the local Legionnaires
life stories of 319 persons who
and will present the Lemon Bay HELENA
ficurod In the news of 1946, also! SHOP
I I'post with-a cash gift of $25, voted -
A SPARKLE has been obtained for the localschool's .
Noel members at
by the -
K FOR JUNIOR j' 1 library, their meeting in the LegiOn'8'l'nil't' DR. THOMPSON BUILDING --- VENICE, FLAT:
Miss Paulson asks that anyone
I \ Air' Base clubhouse last ---
Children learn early interested In establishing library
night,
Monday
} to lot, in sparkle of facilities! for this community telephone -
The local Lellonnalrt's'oted to
.retry A flay ring her at Venice :2301! She
sponsor a pie-Thanksgiving "tur-
,or h linger a resides at the Valencia Apart-
key shoot, to be held on Sun-
loetet for i i ncclt meit
das November 23 probably at
or nc '1 stir it with
Venice Beach Dick Rich is chairman -
glee o\ i' a watch or VISITORS .
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of the committee In chi g*
knife We have uit- Maio and Mrs, William Jonasof
Also apIJrO'd's.. a prosramof i ii Spt Jrtswear
abc gifts for null En?! '\\ooi this week have
their
i quaiteihorse racing! to be held: beach
\u'iriccessones
fry ot all nays I
,
daughter and sonInIal'orr: andMrs. on Sunday afternoons during the

KNOWLE3JEWELERS Lyle Meadows of Arltnaton. winter on i part of the J and J ;
Va.. a' house guests Mcvlowi is municipal airport field, Dick t table[ decor; formerly local
an !'n.lnet'r'Ith the Potomac gif ts
Curry heads the commute m In Sarasota
To O, ,e \nade Light and Power O- of \\ashTc charge
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ROM: -ILLINOIS- Golf Course

M and VM Walter Appcrson for
from C:;amiaign, Ill.. are now ;.iP I II Heady NOKOMISGROCERY

I .n' Camp: (for theft third winter Play Tomorrow
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After four month of preparation -

tie Venice Country Clubs
:, A o I golf course will be thrown open
to play tomorrow It was announced -
HURRY yesterday by Arthur C

I Earnshaw Phone 3681
Phone 3461If In charge will be Pro Nelson

I Lee, formerly assistant pro at the
No Answer, Call 2955 Hyde Park Club In Jacksonville, Prices Good Friday, Saturday, November 14-15
He pronounced the nine-hole
course In fine shape
VENICE TAXI SERVICE, Inc.LDRHErr Earnshaw said green fees for YACHT LIB >0't'} (CuI

CARS FOR RENT members and guests will be $1.20 APRICOTS . 2 for 4&

Including tax, every day In the GULF KIST So, ZI, CII

week including Sundays, SWEET POTATOES in syrup ...I 1&,

.. VAN C\\IP'S:

TENDERONI . 2 pkgs 11

PLEASE NOTICE ' PEARS 21c
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IN HEAVY SYRLP MENMEN No !!|ft

lining Parch; 'eJ the H I ilf-lnUr
J SWEET PEAS ? . . 3for29t

VENICE BOWLAKADE AND GRILL REST OF BREED 1.tb,CII
DOG 3 for 2Sc

Formerly Held by J. M, KOS I im Sole
now Owner of the BLIMPS: HINTS 11.Ol, Bout

J and It Will be Operated Under My Persmnlims'meiit;; CATSUP .. jjjcSTOKLEY 1


tY Mrs. Duvall'! Bonne and Mr, Adi: Stephenson \\ill Continue 'S or WELCH'S >-lk''*

t to be In Charge of 'I I he Grill ORANGE MARMALADE 18t
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MEAL 17c
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GRITS
or .
t' Bowling Alleys Will Be
Open Daily GOOD TASTE So,t CIO

:,. 4 P.M. TO 11 P.M. GREEN AND WHITE LIMAS . 2 for 3>


Grill Will Be Open, Except Sunday COFFEE BOSCUL OR HILLS.BROS ',u 1&


7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. : '
KELLY Ni. I (1/1

Your Continued Patronage Will Be Appreciate!. TURNIP GREENS 2 for#

SILVER FLOSS XO II 4 C?

GEORGE W. BOTTS, JR. SAURKRAUT . . 2 for 25cSWERL 21c

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WESTERNLb, Carton BEEF
PORK LOIN REX PURE ClllTK ror
ROAST ROAST

Grill 5& lb. LARD$1.25 30e Ib

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I Phone 2661 . . . .>.

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