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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 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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System ID: UF00079934:00093
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1947
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ouncil Deep Sea Fishing Queen ForDay' State Commander Political


e-enacts And Sightseeing Installs Lemon Bay I ;

Trips PlannedProviding I Due Rally SetForTuesday

I Legion OfficersDepartment 1

[Ml Bill still another means Here 1I t
of entertainment for winter visitors Today Commander Frank I

to Venice, special deep sea H. Caton of the American Legion }

-enactment of the ordinance fishing and sightseeing excursions acted as Installing officer and ',
will be started next week it I Flying in from New York. Mrs.
pupil chargethe formally presented its For
.posing a $12 Per charter to the second year the Venice
[ occupational license fee for WM disclosed yesterday by Buddy Sally Sharkey yesterday chosen Lemon Business Association ,
Ringo and Charles Bay Post No. 276 at Its will stage a "
Macatee
boarding schools operatedprofit of "Queen for .. Day" on the Mutual "Candidates Night'
vote meet-
the Tarpon Center Docks. meeting last Monday night at the open A
r and an offer from I Broadcasting System pro- Ing in order to enable voters to
the Pines Hotelpay Beginning next Thursday. Englewood Women1 Clubhouse meet
in Clarke of gram of that candidates who will seek
name, Is due to arrive -
[ up to (1000 as one-half of Thanksgiving Day the cabin in Venice early this Caton, whose home Is In Port office at the Tuesday Decemoer
evening.
of constructing two ten- cruisers "Alibi" and "Miss Mona," 2, Venice municipal election.
cost I Her
Orange, also
c will make regular major prize was a trip to this was guest of honorat
courts in the Harbor Drive deep sea fishIng This years
city political rally will
luncheon
a held at
the Venice
r park were highlights of I last trips every Thursday. Friday be held at 8 p.m. next Tuesday "'
council and Saturday leaving the Tarpon She will be welcomed at Sara- Country Club Wednesday, conferring -
esday nights city sota-Bradenton at the Pines Hotel. It was an-
Unl. II Center docks at 8 a m. and ie- committee Airport by a special with members of the nounced by Richard H Oedn y,
appointed at last
i letter to the council. turning Wilson at 5 pm. Captain Duke night meeting of the Venice-No- membership committee and the chairman of the V.B.A. board of
and Captain Mac Rinco
rte said he understood they komij executive council governors with the public cordi-
will be in charge of the 15-pas-: Chamber of Commerce. It of No-Vel Post ally Invited.
%as considering the possllity senger cruisers 'will consist of George Read, No. 159. Local Legionnaires attending
of building two public ten- manager of the Worthington Ho- Oedney said all candidates are
k court In the park and offer- On the following Tuesday, all tel-Apartments, whose guest she included Commander being Invited to address the as-

f to pay for one of them. day sightseeing trips to Boca will be while here and who made Ralph O Simpson Vice-Com

I"We make this offer because Grande and Oasparllla Island And original arrangements for her mander James E. Blades, Adju TOMORROW LAST DAY

> believe Venice should have Pass (the historic pirate rendezvous : publicity-bringing trip to this tant B. E. Bowen, Finance Officer Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede city
) will be
re i and better recreational fa- Inaugurated. city: C. of C President and Mrs.H. J. A. Johnston, Sergeant- clerk yesterday warned that

Ues, not only for our winter S. Bowden and Chief of Po- Arms Theo Dandridge, Past Commander citizens desiring to vote In the
uton, but for our permanent Parents of Band lice Oerry Pestotnlk s
T. M. Wrede. Jr. and December 2 municipal election
(lents. both young and, old, he Full Program -
v1Ied the council. Dick Rich have only until noon tomor-
Tomorrow Saturday she will
'Handsome Offer Members Meet at be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. At the Englewood meeting, row, Saturday to register at the

I The three councilmen present Robert S. Baynard. who will take Commander J. D. Tate headed city hall The deadline for filing -

; the meeting George Hegel C. of C. TonightParents I her to visit the world-famous Ly- the list of officers Installed for nominating petitions for ;
rle Botts and Finn Caspersen. chee Orchards, Warm Salt the two posts to br voted upon

lined in declaring "this is a of all members of the I Springs and other points of interest Lemon Bay post. -mayor and a four-year city
ndsome offer" and expressing In this area. In the evening, District Commander Wilfrid Saturday
council term-also Is noon -
School I
Venlce-No omls I
High
predation to Clarke and Her- she will be the guest of Mayor Robarts headetl the group of Sar-
rt t T. Carlson president of the band are asked to attend a spe- and Mrs. Clyde V Hlgel at the asota Legionnaires who attended. .

es Hotel Corporation. Mrs. cial meeting to be held at 3 Venice Country Club.
:III Roess-Slede, city clerk sembI age. with a question and '. .
clock tonight In the Chamber rf Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. S Alderman and
to follow completion -
j arke Instructed to so Inform (Commerce office Bowden will take Mrs. Sharkey answer of their period talks. .i
who operates an elevator at Jack
No further action was tak n, I P.-T.A. President B. E. Bowen Dempsey's In New York City Howell to Take All Invited

tever. after Caspersen said I said the principal business to be when she Isn't being feted as Invitations have been extended "
I the city could at thise to Finn Caspersen and Louis Su-
not
transacted will be decision as to "Queen for a Day, to Sarasotato Leaves of AbsenceCounty
ID ahead with any such orot witness the Rlngllng Circus ter, mayoralty candidates and to
t "until we see whether we get type of uniforms to be worn by performance. the four men who have filed thus '

t[ tax payments and whether the band. Commissioners J. O. lar for the four-year city council ,
Monday morning, through
[ contests payment of the lime Alderman and Otis Howell. now post H. S. Bowden, Smyth \
Band Director Paul Ooldenstrtn courtesy of Buddy Ringo and
fee as It has been reported under a federal grand Jury Indictment Brohard, Walter Lehmann and
.' school plans to do." Casperi announced receipt of a $5 contri- Charles Macatee of the Tarpon charging them with Carl Wolf. (General L. H. Miller l
Center she will be taken on a
i pointed out that this year's bution for the band fund from fraud in connection with the this week announced that he has .
with Mrs.Harry
fishing trip
(Continued on Page Six) Mrs. Helen Ponder. deep sea and purchase of machinery from the decided not to run for council ,.
escort
A. Beach as her
this : the fact the voters
War Assets Administration, "In view of
hostess for the day. week asked for leaves of absence can make a good choice from the I
)RIDA FORUM' MAGAZINE Tuesday morning she will be without pay until their trial in I men already In the race." 4 '

taken to Sarasota by Mr. and federal court January t. We would like to make It '.
FEATURES CITY OF VENICEA Mrs. George Read and will visit Their request was approved by clear," said Oedney In thankingJohn :(G

the Rlngllng Art Gallery the their fellow commissioners, thus Clarke of the Pines Hotel y
Sarasota Jungle Gardens and leaving Commissioners W. L. for his courtesy In providing a
highly complimentary article about Venice and Robert Sward other points of interest before Woodard of Laurel, P. E. Buchanof meeting place for the political 4
president of the Venice Land Co. featured the last Issue boarding a plane to return to Englewood and W S. Harris rally. "that the association Is not

The Florida Forum and Real. Estate Reporter. Orlando New York. of Bee Ridge in active control of endorsing any particular candidate -

ion edited by Jim. Forsyth,. I pUbul'a-1 Reason for selection of Veniceas the commission. nor will those attending the I
IA Addition to an aerial view the Florida city to which Mrs. Alderman and Howell reiterated rally be asked to endorse anyone I '

I Venice on the front cover the the Venice Land Co., as saying Sharkey won a trip lies In the their denial of any "Intentional" The meeting is being: held simply ,

xaztne has lead "The boss Is so hepped on Ven- fact that co-sponsor with Mutual wrongdoing but said their to enable the voters and candi-
Venice a story entltl- ice that sometimes his other bus- of the Jaunt Is Universal-Inter- continued service pending trial dates to get together and thus encourage :
Beauty on The latest to the more Intelligent voting
iness Interests suffer but he has national Pictures, whose "might prove embarrassing (-
uIf. It was written by Forsyth I epic, "The Last Moment,'' is open- board." bv the entire citizenry. !
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long been aware of the city s pos-
ho In New York. The
recently spent a few daysre Ing this week
u guest of Baynard. sibilities and he Is a willing slaveto film deals with the adventures cf EIGHT NEW MEMBERS '

the city's progressive develop- an American in Venice, Italy, so-
'GemI4ke'describes Sharkey won a trip .
ment program. 000Mrs. JOIN WOMAN'S CLUB
I'orsyth Venice as "a 3000 to 5.000 to Venice, FloridaComing I'

leasantly alive and progressive "Hardly a week passes that I With Mrs. Ardrla LePelley presiding, the Venice.Nokomis Wo-

.unity enjoying a steady, someone doesn't approach us with Events I man's Club held Its first meeting of the season Wednesday afternoon
vatlve and Interesting I the Gulf Theatre Building.
wth" plans to promote a fast development In club rooms In

avid leaves no doubt Inreader' { of the town but the boss, Eight new members were welcomed The regular Wednesday. De-
s mind l club They arj; I
but that he tt will bea
vitally club meeting
who are cember 10
and other men
Wnk most highly of this com- with Venice's future, Friday November 21 Mrs George T. Devlin, Mrs. J. A. luncheon, affair, to be held at

unity which he calls "gem- concerned 2:30: p.m., Lemon Bay Wonv-n Johnston Mrs. Louis Appolson, I the Venice Countrv Club with
don't want it that way What we Mrs Victor Retty Mrs Louis Sie-
e. Club meets, Women's Clubhouse, : I Mrs. H. W. Reilly as chairman of
are shooting for Is orderly growth gel, Mrs F. L. Fisher Mrs Sam the committee In charge of ar-

Forsyth in referring to Bay- ty a city of between three and Englewood. Colgate and Mrs. T Suteu. rangements.At .

's enthusiasm concerning five thousand people, all of them 8 p.m., P-TA "band" meeting, During the business session, last Wednesday's meeting
Wee and its C. of C Building. Mrs. LePelley, club delegate. Bare light refreshments were served by
prospects. quotes less 'hand picked: to the
nk more or a report of the state convention. the hostesses Mrs. LePelley. Mrs.
Roebuck salesmanager of end that through( their friendly Tuesday November 25 held In West Palm Beach last L. H. Miller, Mrs Louis Slesrt.

social relations and congenialitywe 8pm. Candidates' Night" political April Mrs. H. W ReillY. and Mrs.

will wind up with a community rally sponsored by Venice Mrs. Charles McG Roberts announced Charles McG Roberts.

WeatheR of the better, type of citizens Business Association, Pines Hotel. that the Ways and
will a
I Means committee sponsor Tide Tables
who love the small-town Ameri- ,Public Invited food sale from 10 a.m. to 12 noon

qa can way of life, as In the Ideal I Wednesday. November 26 on Friday, December 12, in tile VENICE INLET Low
Hltl Uw Uelui of New Eng- theatre lobby "with a ham as D.h HI.h
middle-sized villages ..
PERATUaE 8 p.m., Union Thanksgiving of handdetailed FrI.. Now. 2\ 6 Jig am. 1:0. a .
IIAINFAUvlously' piece
usual and
and the south. a ':31 pm. 1:59 pm.
land, the midwest Service at First Baptist Church lingerie," as special features. S.t., Nnv. 22 7:16 ... 1:33 ..01.
reported "............" 137 Baynard .wrote Forsyth with the Rev George L. WAS "II\, 2:16 Fm.sun. .

at. Nov, 14 ........... 84 6'1 0.00 "stresses the fact that those who Harper Venice bringing the ThanksgIvIng NEW BARBERA ., NoV. 21 .':51:18.p.".., 6:20':14 .p.m.01.

'. Nov 15 ......... 81 89 0.00 have Venice's interest at heart message. The ReV. D. Campbell native of Alabama but a res- lIt"n., Nnv. IC 111,1pm.10:24 ..01. .':20:58 .p.m..01.

Nov is .. ........ 82 10 0.00 are determined to continue Its Crawford. host pastor Public ident of Pensacofa for the past 30 T..... Nor. n 1\ :10 ..... S:02 ..01.

oil'Nov 17 ...... ... 78 88 0.00 along clean and archi- 10:12 p.m. ':21 p.m.
program week took .
Invited. this 12f S'S
cordially years, B. C. Spivey Wed.. NoV. 2S p.m. .01.
Nov. 18 "...._ 83 6'1 0.00 I tecturally restricted lines outlaw- 27 chair In OeorgeMitchell's 10:55 p.m. ':51 p....
eel, Thursday November over the second Thur.. Nn. IT I :2' p.m. .:21 a...
Nov 19 ............82 88 0.00 Ing trailer parks, garage apartments barber shop at 133: 12:26 1:26
u, Nov. 20 _.! 78 64 0.00 and other unsightly ele- 6:30 p.m., VeniceLions Club Fri.. No.. IS 1:60 :.:: 7:11 ::::
"" "o I meets Venice Country Club, West Venice Avenue. nn p., 1.1....
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OUT OF ARMY Paul Melroy Heads' TRUCK BURNED I LAIRS. DUVAL
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BOONS
unknown fashion
Catching fire In -
NEW
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Ex-Corporal David Ray Fox OPERATOR
IDEAL FOR YOUR Methodist ChurchBrotherhood i last Friday In Tampa f.ie
recently discharged from the
Florida Vacation large Venice Furniture Co. truck BOWLAKADEGRlu
army after a year and a ha'aservice. :
Private Swimming Pool suffered serious damage and a Mrs. Duval Boone
12 months in
Including this
Close to Gulf Beach
load of furniture was completely took over the
and Golf Course Germany this week visited his by the Adult Bible > Bowl klfe Ono .
Badminton Courts Sponsored destroyed Damage was estimatedat der a lease so
sister, Mrs. Duval Boone of arranrell1ent
social hour
Spacious Living and ve-I' Class a supper and $1.000 by R. O Haines, ownerof Chore W. Botts, Jr,
ice IIvln
Sun Rooms By-Way He Is now ; Venice-Nokomls owner
was held at the Bowlakade lilt 1
Write for Rates and the local furniture firm who
Apopka, Fla. Mrs. Boone ( he
Further Information par-I Methodist Church last Wednesday was driving the truck at the time Clue to Pcrsonan/ \111:0-::
ents Mr. and Mrs B. C.
evening with more than 50 He said a passing motorist'sshouted manage t
Copper Kettle Inn bowling alley,, but
Apopka and her grandmother his
In attendance. Group singing wiled health
I warning was his first intimation -
Vrnlre. Florida Mrs. Sophie Grice of Eagle Roc. vented him from
b>' Mrs J. A. Hightower Paul that fire had broken out I carrying on*
Fla., also visited her. j jIT'S I I extra burden of
Melroy I and the Rev George L In the rear of his truck Tampa Mrs. running the
firemen responded to a telephoned Boone will keep
Harper. appeal for aid promptly but open from 7 am. tMB'K
II ERE Men of the church. at the con- except ..daD)
not in time to the load of Sunday
--- clusion of the social hour, held a save ''Iches, serving SIIId
THE NEW EXCITING. DIFFERENT business session to elect officers i I new furniture from the flames Ice pie doughnuts eoffeea
Although drlveable, the truck was cream. Bowling
RAYETTE ELECTRONIC slier
for the newly organized Me"'sl will be hor!)
badly damaged by the fire, from 4 Pili.
Permanent Wave Brotherhood. Paul Melroy was I I daily to II ,.t
named president, with WIlliam
I Anderson being chosen ice-pi'S- HERE THIS WEEK-END '
c. CHARMBeauty
FOR QUICK,
Ident and J. K. Hill, | Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Bartlett of RELIABLE

Salon treasurer Professor O secretarY-j'! Venice are expecting their son-'n- SERVICE CALLVenice
and W. E McAmis
TRIXIE LICILE law and daughter. Mr and Mrs [
\:/ as officers-at-large
223 Vest Phone!Miami 2811 A\e meetings will be held on the ilr-,1 I H. H. Tracy of Laconia. N H. to Box Plumbing Shop
I 14. Venice nj
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SPORTING NEEDS i Be Sure Th it He )s'GOODDependaI ';.
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GOODS this season, but are residing Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings
. BKU l..i. Bpoolalist' See J. E. BARTLETTPhone until May 31 at the Westgate LET CS FIGURE YOUR, JOB ESTIMATES GtVtX S,
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Orr VIII'rhone SIS Wolff Sinclair Station Venice I Sarasota.MR. l 1 JOSSART KINCAID <;,
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have
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DELIVER CUTS
Anne Burls, president of the U- VENICE INLET
cal American Legion Auxiliary, NURSERY SCHOOL ;
accompanied by Mrs W. B. Burrs
last Sunday AND
and MJS Alice Luckey
made a trip to Bay: Plnss KINDERGARTENAges
Hospital at St. Petersburg -
Veterans
( SH to I)
to deliver 350 locally con-
tributed gifts to the hospital Marjorie Lane Phone lOSS
"I ydriro ages with word aay.but I will defend "Christmas Joy Shop." which fc
with your right to Say it'VOIJlAIREPublished AuxiliarY.
sponsored by the Legion
every Fri Uy. Editorial and business office, 313 West
Venice. A...., Vai ic Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. Venice

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION RADIO SERVICEMODERN LOUIS SITTERMayor Candidate, Says:
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION TEST EQUIPMENT

Entered at cond-cltM matter June 6, 1948. at the post office GENUINE PARTS I am an independent candidate, seeking throUgh
a' V.nic.. Florida, under too Act of March 3, 1879. your vote, to become your public servant

Subscription retest On |rar, $%.50; sic month, $1.50) law subject only to the will of the majority
retie. 75c. Classified advertising rate l 2 cents par word, first 20 41HOME you the citizens of Venice. '
wads; I cent per word far each additional! word

CAUtOLLH. WILLIAMS __ .. Editor and Publisher My sole campaign pledge is to you, the individual!
._ RADIO REPAIRS voter that I will honestly
HELEN WILLIAMS Office Manager ESTIMATES aggressively ani!
fREE
HOWARD BRILEY._ .. Shop Foreman W. Venice PHONE ATI.II7IJSI V.llio.WHAT diligently serve you to the best of my
ability acquired through 25 years of commercial .
Venice., It must have taken a
and federal service and
Ai ra university traminjI .
great deal of confidence for you .tE'l
LETTERSTo to start a newspaper these days. I place emphasis on encouraging "Economy, efficiency
I have watched your progr<:ss and in the
TheEDITOR harmony" operation of the |
from the very start.
a municipal government. -
You will be Interested to know
that after reading the Gondolier My objectives are:
I re-nailed It to one of my
New York, N. Y. friends on Long Island who Is t Zoning-To establish and have: function an|
Congratulations to you on your very Interested In building a active zoning commission.
( Tint Annual Progress Edition home In Florida. He is a retired ARE WE
t which I have just received toad businessman and the winters her THANKFUL! FORT 2 To encourage and promote business activity I
have read with a great deal of are too severe for him. No, we're not using in a free spirit of enterprise. '
interest More power to you and con that time-worn an-
"for all our coordinate with
swer Taxation-To
It is very evident that the local tinued success to the GONDOLIER 3 independent
frIends and custom-
businessmen recognize tile ers:' or course, we established tax appraisers.
value of having their own newspaper Charles C. Green. apprecillte y 0 U -
and you and your voMtcation Managing Director. deeply but the 4 Youth-A supervised youth program.
United States Clf
are Indeed' a credit 1& AdVeYtlsIn Club of New Yart America itself will always 5 School To work constructively! in the interest -

things tOIl we're the thankful list of of the public with the State and!

IN A for. Where else can County Boards of Education.
o you be sure or life,
HURRY liberty and the pursuit 6 To encourage and promote community
or happiness? spirit for the beautification of the city.

Phone 3461If KNOWLES 7 To work with the Chamber of Commerie
JEWELERS
and civic organizations in the promotionand
No Answer Call 2955 Post Office Arcade
development of the community aid

4 ,, beautification of the beach, public streets
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: The V.B.A. Ii Not Sponsoring Any Particular Candidate, Nor Will Any Endorsement Be Made. This Free Meeting Is Bart

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VENICE GONDOLIER
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LEGAL NOTICES
lice Bowlakade LEGAL NOTICE

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NOTICE OF' INTENTION .1"' 4
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[Men's League TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE!: Of INTENTION "
4P The .n..I"ned do hereby To REGIIITER Winter Reservations
"Mf flCTITIOUI
they are conducting that NAME .
a e e
,oolf. shop business on U.motor I. .1 court."ppM and.. t''., 'to ro.sdu ring an Outba.,A sdtIs ?
Innately 100 tNt tamed ..
STANDINGS west ot Myakka Mo"' Porto and
under the fictitious River In... 1I..I'ln. bur
W L Pins name ul at En.I..HI.
Florida.
11 5 17.097 and that said MYAKKA firm I.MOTEL fictitious name ...fMAC'S under the If You are Planning on Coming (to Venice
I;. .uml".d of the
,s 17 7 'rS05 ot following rwldeneo persona.rr .who. follow.,, names. sad places and lowing that Persons..Id firm whose Ia comp names and ot :places This Winter, May We Suggest Now Is the

School 14 10 17628 Ray Langierl P. O. lion IRa. Vrnlre. of rnoida. nre are as tollo.OI
FIold. J. E. McCreary. V.I. Time to Make Room Reservations ?
Avenue.
12 .12 17.613 Ralph t.anulrrl Jr.. P. O. Rax "III"'. 'horid. En.l. .,
9 15 11.627 Venice. Florida. Pre M. F. McCreary. Yale Avonu. Rngle-
Laundry
Ownership at Myakka Motel I is wad. Florida.ownership. .
a. 1..1.
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Food 9 15 11.050 lows Her Lantlerl. S0'< roll"..tJ. 01 Mae'. Swap Shop i. as Many of Our Foresighted Guests '
8 16 18.818 Ralph Lanajlerl. F.. a
.1 Jr, 50'* MaCnary. I"'A

e furniture/ 8 16 lUll c1r."ofoh.'crj"coin"; >!;" III the for M.It F.M M.Crrary nor intention. 60',1 to apply G. the Already Have Done So, Freeing Their ,

Wrrk'i Results Sarasota Countr. IWId. to retlJte, the Her M the Circuit court In and for Minds from ?"
J&y, NoV. 17. R. & R. aid name of Mmkka Motel under Ihr Saraats County. rlorida. to _l>ter the Any "Where-Shall-We-Stay }
ugh rcSi*' ut Chapter wwi: aid name or Mara Sw.p Shop a
.. 1..1 under
in Goods defeated Venice .. Acts the ,.,
1941. 1.I.lon.| Chapter ,?,,? I.aws of Questions.
Venice Laundry defeatmy Witness our hands this Hook day of rhrldl. Art of IS4I
J-I; November
Witness our hand., thin tilth day of
ofnJ 'i M. Wednesday. Nov.Adorjan' 1947.RAY TANriFRI1VOTICF nmemner. 114;.
RALPH LANGIrRl JR. 1. E. MrCRFAKY
Trucking defeated Publllh t Nu. 21. 2M. Iles. I. U. 191;. M. r'. MilRrARY Tbt
.Furniture 21. High School l'ulii.ht| Nov II 21 1M. ne,, t. .HUT- .._.

u Il Mi Earl i Pure Oil 2-1. TO REGISTER OF HCTITlOl INTENTION:NAME 'NOTICE OP INTENTION... EL PATIO HOTEL f

WEEK'S GAMES hereby TO RFUS1FR HCTITIOll NAME
XT certify
that ytxsxlws The
; .nd..t.n' drab hereby
ndai Nov. 24, Venice Laun- dry v/jwor automatic. Florida lasso'on. |! that he I. ondetlni bowlin alley certify and 225 \V. Venice Ae.FMCF, FLORIDA Phone SS7J }'
d.r the fI.UUo. "" iiirint builneaa r
at 2IS
West Venire
111r. Furniture. Venice
..
1\1. Venice NGU'WoJU: AUTUM'TI ri'1"
IAIM.RV .u.'ni.m'eTftl > under the fic
r.t. n Earl Oarage Wednes- and that said firm '" """O"..* "f 'I"i"renvr.r.fL"r" I till JAMES M. McCLURE THELMA H. TRESHBtt:

Nov. 26 R. & R. Sporting : ;; sod, "".." and VENICE:that| said!DIWI.AKADE. firm ta ""AND",""'d CHILIL of the Owner Manager ,r

t.r High School. Smlttys C. A. fcler. I'. O. Post 4, .:n.I..I., f..ll...lnr, .....*''n. whose nam. and places
.
is vi Fk.ld.| ( of re.irt.no ,re ? f..I1"|| ., 1
dorian Trucking. Ownership 01 .:"1"1 Aul"1"1111 Gn.rre; \\'. 1..1.. Jr.. Hurt Drive.
.. Venire. .
1/f AVERAGES Laundry C. A. Reiter.t. "8.'ie"(:pan..,. I/rn'rship FIwid..f Venice 11".1..01. and f........................ ...........f.....

plied by Marjorie Adorjan It I. m> intention to apply to the clerk CoIII t. .. rollo": I
..f the Circuit Court In and for y..r....... l.oirite W. II-,11.. Jr. Sole Owner
)
League Secretary County Hor" a. to "..1.1.., the Mud n>me It I. mr intention to aptly, to the Clerk |
urwood Smiths; .... 1"0 of En".d. Automatic lamdr rend., .if the rireult Comet In and for h.ra.ota I
the Itnnleli of ('hni.ter iEoltr. law <.f .(.'iiinty. FlirlU. to renLt.r the said! I mime smitty'stavern
rt. VenIce laundry. 163 Hirl.la Act. '.f 1 41TArtLF I f Venire !llool.kal and drill: under, the
n I Eaili .... 143kendall. Witness my h.nd. this nlh dnv 001 s.. nr41,I.lons ..f Chapter !"nr>-i. i.... "f I
eler ,
.mllt' 1947. Florida Art. ul 1911.W .
Venire Laundry 362urkett. C. A. REITFII: limas an h.n.l. 1101. 12th day "I N..
rubllh 1'1'' '''. t I. n 214. I',' A. 04;. "'n,1.?. 11447.
...
Adorjan's Ul I GEORGE: W. IInTTt. J'R.

Jiff. Venice laundry .. Ii8 r"loll.h Nor. I1. 21. 2'. .D.'. 5. 11117. {

jan Adorjan 1)71 I CLASSIFIED NOTII'E IIF INTF.TIIIV:
RFi'lsTm
TO Ml'flTU rH"NAMP
.. 157 : >
Earl is
I The und.r.Kn. d.. hereby riniry that | Y
Venlw Food .. .. 153 ADS they are eiimliirlinK a rtMtHtirHnt bunlni'wH .,
M *:tl West Venice ,
Avenue
Venire Florida -
5 High School 153ardson. II.I ; I South 1
(2e a word first 20 word.. Ie each under firtitbus name of 125 Tamiami Trail Venice
R. Jt Rood .. 152 solicitations) ...,... Minimum chaep.. ft'IF Hill. .,

Snuttys ....."... liJ far 25&more Cash than with oat'Ad.Insertion Special.f rates the .II luw and.in that" Person mid firm.hose I. n'mlawnl nomv and of The place 1..1.1 .; Delicious Sandwiches When You Are Hungry J M
.
t. Venice Furniture .. .. 150 same .01. Ads will b. ..co..t.d over of r.ld'ne an follows, <
the Harry l/ua'kman I' II Nix 014. .nh'.. t
telephone
lams, Venice\ Food ..... 149hens Th..d.y. with 131311 tho .p to a p.m. Florid. "The Bright Spot on the Trail"PACKAGE
und..t.ndnl .
I I'etT .
A I' I'l, le. I-. O Rod P.. Venlee.
High School ........ 148 adr otin.r will remit p.n..nt Florida .,

ill), High School ........ US prn..ptly.I ,'i 1I..h".I t\'kn'.n.Gulf hill Grill, I. .. (ulluwstHares ; 0

Blorseth High School. 143Ick I' IMe A. People| !,.>.; ;
FOR SALE It I 1. our Intention I" apple I" the Clerk
R 4 RVenice .... 143 ..I 'hp rub-o r.,..rt In .n.1 r...., !t.,.......
itz. Food _....... 141 9'-LR. METAL M E Jt .\.I-:;;;:;i; (''.limy. Florida: to nirl.ter the -.aid- name. '
1-.. r.ln.1 I'il... IIIU" SuitPrrn'. I' <.f null frill under the pnnMuna' of i J DEPARTMENT [
ellyn R. & R. ..... 144 I. K. Hill laurel Fla.. Trk.phooa Ihiptir 2IWM |.... nf t'lor Ma. Aril of
ar.t ,
..... Ita 141 .
shard SmitttT W"n..> our hands, this 10th day of N41n'mho'r ,
.. 13no MUUM. 6.lulie Hlnmhtr- l 1pn. ; "
jjler. Adorjan
WHILE PRESENT STOCKS LAST ;
Carl m ,.011... Ali o I .t.tie irentu tint. HARRY STOCKMAN
|llck SmitO'* .. ........ ........ Tim TunU. '.,..1... Trailer 1'."" I PETE A I'PI'I'LE
I Till.ll.lt i T>.... 14 21. 2', Dec 5. IXI7, !
.. .
burn i Smittjr ... .. Io91J8 SINGLE INNERSPRING MATTliTsSFxrvllett FIFTH
-- - -- ,
an. High School ..... .oondlll..n. ISM. I I'.t Ainuer 1 Eo- NOTICE OF INTFVTIONTO
slew..id Phone Venire 13. REGISTER FICTITIOUS, KAMF YELLOWSTONE Bottled in Bond Bourbon $5.89
fcton. Earl'sich .... K<8 I !
The nndt rtiirnrd d tea hereby rectify
: R i R. 118: FOR RENTROOM that .h. ,. ....nd..Un" a S.I.II, Shollhu.tn. \j CHARTER OAK, Bottled in Bond Bourbon $4.98 ,.
... at I HO West Vt'nhr Avenue on- 1 y
fl'. Earl's in >OK .RENT: TrKato halh. I ...., the fl .tltlou> name of i OLD HICKORY, 5-yr.-old Straight Bourbon $4.40
private ..n..n.. Suitable fur ire THF HELENA: SHOP .
one or
i
I I. Earl i _. .. ... ..... 138
locus,,.. Kevonal '.'.. tKO hone 2604. I ImjUnth and that .aid firm I la Rimpoied. of the KENTUCKY TAVERN Decanter
V.' Blorseth. BAR. ...... .... 130 HnrUr Drlte I Ibiwmi '........n. alms e namea and plans ; Bottle $7.00

nchey. Venice laundry .... 134 LOVELY":' NEW. M"tlERN. rmplvtr. nf Helen_Id..n.Or.. are"",a> I'n"m.n f.lliwninire p.rtm'nt.. OLD SMUGGLER Scotch . . . $6.10MARTIN'S
jcher. Venice Food 133 II' .furnished tint floor apartment, In 4u- I \ Florida.O.nr'n.hlp 'i
| |>li ., a nice rams and bath Only I i ile. min. of The H.I.' Shop I. a : V.V.O. Scotch . . . $6.42
Jlson. Venice Food .... 133 ,, walk to stores or beach In Venire I f"Hoa..1H.1.n "
icken. Adorjao'tIgln ... HI13.J | Ke*..>n.hle.rent, fur a>.a...n I'hone HI12nenlnir. Great. Rile Ooner :: VAT 69 Scotch.- . $6.03
or 21 2. or ii. ulre K. H It I. my intention to poly* '.. the Clekof
Adorjan} .... Sportive Gwda. the Circuit lonrt in and for Siiraxita 1: PUERTO RICAN RUM .
County, Florida. to h..I.! ter the ..id. name 1 . . $2.89
fl'. R. & R ... .. ... 132 .. ,
: LOST if The Helena *h p under the provision ,1100' GRAIN .
nf Chapter 2W.1I. Lows of rlorida Art. GIN . . $ .89
ding. Venice Furniture ... 130 ,

| Burkett Adorjan' 130 A LOST duplirdte- par IHTU.NC...f bifural THE Pending vast iiimmi.1.!..._.. of Wlln."41. my hind this 14th day of November t t f PARK AND TILFORD Whiskey . $3.25 ;t

aphlll Venice 122: If you have found them nport ki Phone i '"17. C.
Furniture 87(14 with your ..Id,... and ounce .iII HELEN GRAPE ,...r..arrr.rrr.rt...rrr....rrrrr. '
ley I'ulll.ht Nor II. SI. 2K. I),*. 5. 1917.
Venice Laundry 120 rail. Some |...1>*'',. and tiny f5.| raard. ..
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ph Langl rU V. Furniture 117 _

flea Venice Furniture 113 BUSINESS PERSONALS r II
CITIZENS OF VENICE!
ve. Smittyi > m Earl Cottrell I'aul N...
i Langicrl. V. Furniture 103 I'-I.Q SEPTIC TANK OrANIM.: December 2nd is Election Day.
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Modern pumping e.iull'mrtit Work guar- y
anU 44444 hP44 44 WILL-KEEP CHILIrRPN" In .laytome, Two years ago I came to this beautiful city on the Gulf of Mexico. ;

BusinessAND Tall Virginia Junn huiie M'l r:eli. ..
wood. I liked it here.

.fll GENERAL REPAIRS Laws 10........ 1 bought the Gulf View Apartments and made my yeir-around: home f'
ProfessionalDirectory sewing machines moves wavhinit marhinea
etc Saws sharpened C. A. Lamb here.
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Just off Trail near 8ro Harbor P. O a.I

Ron-111 Laurel.DRIVEWAYS- -" I can see the great possibilities of! this city, planned as it was by an expert. ,

.h.lI. Concrete work PUT IN.of all Murk kind.. fill with dirt Like the rest of Florida, Venice, too, is a 1 great deal dependent on our J.

lier. Louts Adurjan Phone 1412 visitors from the North.


Root ROOFING ohn DRESSMAKING. Fine Sewing, M.Alterations.. T. r:. Paadrldltt IhUon.1. We are a Resort City. Let's keep it that way.: t 1.
Work of All KindsAtVIN
114 Groveland Ave -- ,- .- I We need more homes. Let's encourage people to come :and settle

P. JONES "STRONG. STURDY PLANTS for n.,. here.
Phone 1981 Ida .landaeaplnt low prleeaMELROY8 .
I NURSERY, Laurel' "
-= E.tabll.hed. IdlJ I Let's advertise "Venice-on-tho-Gulf.

BRUCE RIGHT Turn right at Laurel '.-\ Offlfe We need a better Beach and Beach facilities and more recreation.
-LEG -I
NOTICESI
[General Painting Contractor 1 Every Property holder, WITHOUT EXCEPTION, should share in the

tenor & will not be responsible for any billl
Exterior Decorating made In my name unless I have ..peclf expenses of the City.

Phone Venice Z865 tally authorized(MRS.) VIRGINIA fame G. WILSON I We are a growing city, as the building expansion of this year plainly

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE shows.

DICK RELIEF FR01. !, We are on our way now. Don't let's stop. Do away with petty' griev-
YOU HAD
DON'T WISH
sins of work for the of the of Venice
DISRrs Arising Iran "nces and arguments. Let's all good city our i

fTOMACH ULCERS 50' x 159' Building Lots 1 Home. a'

[.' EXCESS ACID Oroveland Avenue I If I am elected City Councilman, I will work to the best of my ability fort

iTrtMfMMMTnMMfJtthartMHWMC4MtVMN4rtMiit $200.00 t "Bigger Venice and a Clean and Economical Administration."

M9M Paved. Electricity Water. I

Y twa owe rlulow boat)..of 9k4 Wtat.a.r Fee 81m p'e Deed. Sincerely yours,
I? hate
been sold for rsli.1 a Purchaser to foe Abstract
ofdiar.,,Willing from S4ew.asl pay
WALTER LEHMANN
YMera dsa 64116.... AdddMti If abstract derlred
soli or Sapient i1.. nmhtb
Your Candidate for City CouncilPaid
sas.e Aeld,So O"s t m'sol.' H. N. WimmersREALTOR
Itgn.wr talk felt ( Political Advertisement. )

THE REXAtl SORE VENICE FLORIDA




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City CouncilContinued

I'I from Page One) Thanksgiving
(
Dinner
A Priril.,. to Live hi Floral
budget had been drawn up with
A Distinction U Live in Venice allowance made for approximately -
$3,600 Income from this source.It $1.25Choice
was indicated the council
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor would be Ina position to decide
definitely concerning constructionof of One:
the tennis courts by January SHRIMP COCKTAIL
1. OYSTER COCKTAIL
VENICE FLORIDA KMI Ordinance
I Upon advice or City Attorney CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP
Where the T.mi.mi Trail Meets the Op.n Culf M A. Braswell and "without pre- STUFFED CELERYGRAPEFRUIT JUtCE
judice as to the validity of the
," the FRESH FRUIT SALAD
L mIllLIIILIIILUIL WLWL.IIILWUIoI4 dJ original acg'oo2Il:
council then pass
an entirely new "Ordinance No. Entrees:
$12 student license -
215. fixing a per
TAYLOR'S DRIVE-IN fee for private boarding ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY
schools. CRANBERRY SAUCE DRESSING
GIBLET:
OR
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Councilman Botts suggested a ,
Nokomis downward slidlina scale for the BAKED VIRGINIA HAM
fee but voted along with Casper GUAVA JELLY
Spaghetti and Meat Balls sen and Hlgel In favor of the flat BROILED FLORIDA LOBSTER
(12 fee after a brief discussion.
Home-Made Raviolis "At the end of this fiscal year. LEMON BUTTER
though" he served notice, ""
ROAST SIRLOIN OF
Sea Food DC- Luxe Steaks and Chops think this school fee should be WESTERN BEEP
reduced and placed on a downward -
Sandwiches and Beer sliding scale, such as $12 Choice of Two: 1
each for the first 100 pupils, (10
for the second 100 etc." MASHED POTATOES CANDIED TAMS
MRs H. BJORKMAN, Prop. Phone 2081 Archer Resigns BAKED HUBBARD SQUASH
The council received the resig- BUTTERED ASPARAGUS TIPS
assistant TEA OR COFFEE HOT ROLLS
nation of Claude Archer AND 13L
!V1V1. .LxST.SI IAV:L71t December 1. OR ICE CREAM
Engle's Tea Room An ordinance requiring all driv-
1 ers in Venice to have valid state PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY b
driving licenses in their posses-
Englewood I sions was passed on first readingIt
DELICIOUS SATISFYING MEAl S was explained that enactment
,
S I I of such a low will make It pos- Palm GrillVenice
Luncheon 12 to 2 Dinner C to S I sible to hale "no license" violatorsInto
municipal court here instead
of having to take them to Sara-
'( SPECIAL THANKSGIVING DINNER $1.75 I fij sot a.


Phone Venice 2486
I ONLY 16 DAYS LEFT!
'fJtfjl'fl'ffITlfflm.frtmwNltffrml j

Alston's Big 13th NOKOMISGROCERY
Anniversary Sale
BARGAINS GALORE!
It .IUn Off On All Guollnt

d0i ALSTON'SSERVICE


On Th.STATION Trail
I 4 Mlln South .! Venice
Phone 3681



I I I LAND CLEARING Prices Good Through Wednesday, November 26




DINNER'S READY . I -


SPECIAL and THANKSGIVING it it good! VALUESFull


TURKEY DINNER DISCING PLOWINGC.
HAROLD BATES Assortment of Fancy Holiday fruits anJ

With All Vegetables at SPECIAL PRICES
the Trlmmln's.'Including Englewood Phone S390
I Real Old-Fashioned
a Cranberry Sauce No. fi CM

PUMPKIN . . 2for35cMb.
) $1.35GULF CONWAY'S .CM

WHOLE CRANBERRY SAUCE . .. .24ctd
10 AnnouncementWhile NONE SUCH .Pl4MINCEMEAT

u GRILLGulf Iii . . 21c
I will continue MORTON HOUSE NO. I cm
(( Theatre Building) I Personal Management of
the Bowling Alleys I have DATE ROLL . 2 for 2Sc
I Leased the

Tarpon Center RestaurantAnd BOWLAKADEGRILL KELLY'S M o. I CW

TURNIP GREENS . ,2 for 1 19c

Docks SILVER FLOSS >o. I', Cm

to MRS. DUVAL BOONE. SAUERKRAUT . . 2 for 25c
Thanksiving Dinner
$2.00
GOOD TASTE (GREEN X" ICa
GEORGE W. BOTTS JR. AND WHITE)

Served from 12:00: Noon till 9:30: P.M. LIMA BEANS . . .. 1*

Appetizer -0GRILL 10,01. PkI

Shrimp Cocktail Florida Fruit Cup BISQUICK . . 47c
Chilled Tomato Juice
HOURS
Soup: : HILLS BROS. MB.CK

i Cream of Relish Chicken a la Princess 7 A:\1. TO 11 P.M. COFFEE . . . 47c
Tray
Entrees: Daily Except Sunday ARMADA; Mb.CH

Roast Young Vermont Turkey, Oyster Dressing SPAGHETTI 1 1C()
.
.
Cranberry Sauce SERVINGSandwiches . "
Baked Stuffed Capon, with Apple Sauce KINGAN'S K-P 1201.ell
Roast Prime Rib of Reel au jus
45c
SPICED
Florida Lobster, a la Thermldor LUNCHEON MEAT. .
Grilled Fresh Florida Pompano Lemon Butter Pie Doughnuts rIlE PERFECT CLEANER" W,'- W

Salad: Sauce Coffee Ice CreamBOWLING SPIC & SPAN . . .1 19c
Waldorf Salad -
Vegetables:
Snowflake Potatoes or Candled Yams -0_ MEAT DEPARTMENT W. Folsom, Mgr.
Creamed Silver Onions or Fresh Garden Peas
Desserts:
Hot Mince Pie, Brandy Sauce Pumpkin Pie ALLEYS LAMB SHOULDER I PORK LOIN

Coffee Ice Tea Cream Iced Tea OPEN DAILY ROAST 49c Lb ROAST 56C

4 P.M. TO
11 P.M.
Bcbz and Dine In Comfort and Enjoyment on the Waterfront
Cocktail Lounge and Bar In conjunction Half or Whole TENDERIZED SMOKED LINKSAUSAGE

CHAS. & MARY MACATEE BUDDY RINOO PICNIC HAMS 47c Lb. 35C Ib



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