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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: January 2, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00099
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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1, NO. 44 FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS


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d-minute arrangements were r Mrs. George Williams, 68, wife of the former owner of the Nokomis i

made this week for the Dairy and a member of a pioneer Venice area family, suffered 1'1

|ty-,...de mass x-ray survey, fatal Injuries In a highway accident near Brooksvllle early last Wed- :

staged by the Sarasota s a nesday. She died at the Brook vUle Hospital Wednesday afternoon.
Funeral services will be held I.
|itjr t Tuberculosis and Health
this Sunday afternoon at 2
ration in co-operation with o'clock at the Venice-Nokomis Two New Teams

|state and county health de- ryi Methodist Church. the Rev. Join Venice i

lenU. z George L. Harper officiating. Interment -

forts are being made to have follow.in Nokomis Cemeterywill Bowling LeagueAt

persons 15 years of age ort

in the county participate in Relatives here were advised a special meeting held last 1

I mass survey. Officials point that Williams was engaged in Tuesday night at the R. & R. : '

|that findings are kept confl- passing a truck on the highwaynear Sporting Goods store two new :

il this Brook&vllle and that this Post of ,
emphasizing fact. ProclamationWHEREAS teams the Lemon Bay
truck struck The animalwas
a cow.
xt Wednesday, January 7, American Legion, captained by
thrown directly Into the pathof %
| mobile x-ray unit will be at The disease of Tuberculosis 1 Is the greatest single the Williams truck, which Frank Majors and the Venice
Venice Post Office from 9 threat to the lives health Yacht & Supply, captained by
and of the American people, and. '
turned over twice fatally InJur- 14
I to 12 noon and from 1pmpm. WHEREAS, the successful combat of this disease requiresthe ing Mrs Williams. Her husband Ernest Peter, were accepted into
with the
| early diagnosis of the local league starting
unsuspected tuberculosis and escaped with minor injuries.To .
Jan-
i following day Thursday.; WHEREAS The Sarasota County Health Department Is Live Oak second half play beginning h

anI.. the mobile unit will be sponsoring a mass X-ray campaign and, The Williams' were en route to .

oed at the Englewood Post WHEREAS mobile equipment whereby every citizen over Live Oak, Fla., where they had All women Interested In bowl- I

ce, from 9 am. to ll:30am. fifteen years of age may have an X-iay, with privacy of findings purchased a home and property. ing are Invited to show up at the I

I from 12:30: pm. to 4 pm. guaranteed. will be in .Venice Wednesday, January 7. and. They recently sold their Nokcmis Venice Bowlakade tonight at 8 I r.,

fc Jtlday January (, the unit WHEREAS The effectiveness of this campaign depends on Dairy, which they had operatedfor o'clock to participate in a special F
the one hundred per cent co-operation of every citizen
I be at the Nokomis Post Office 20 years. match series .
NOW THEREFORE by the authority vested In me as
D I a.m, to 12 noon and from Mrs. Williams came to Venicein II
Mayor of the City of Venice, I do hereby designate Wednesday .
L to 4 p,m. 1888 from Plant City with her
January 7. 1948 as Mass X-ray Day. team of
19 The winning
Mrs. uary
\ the late Mr. and
the photo parents (
at the right. a.customer" (Signed) LOUIS SUTER the first half Is to meet the winner 1
J Alfred F. Wrede.
With is being x- Mayor Survivors In addition to her of the second half In a playof !
new equipment: now
daughters series for a trophy.
husband. Include two
e. It Is not necessary fore
Mrs. James Duke of Nokomis and Those attending the meeting i
taking the test to remove Herbert Blackburn of Venice were J. J. Jossart. Byron Earl.
Mrs
clothing before being x- I Year In ReviewHighlights I Adorjan Edward Keys R. 'I
; a son Harry Williams of Nokomis Louie I '
; a brother T. M Wrede.Sr. G. Haines Smyth Brohard Stan

., of Nokomis; a sister, Mrs. A. Richardson and George Botts, together -

trus Growersrm of 1947 happenings in Venice and vicinity as recordedIn E. Blackburn of Laurel and three with the two new team 'f

the pages of The Gondolier, are presented herewith. grandchildren. captains.At I I r:

> State-wide AUGUST 15 completion of the series

Work starts on 900-acre "Miami Farms" project'off Tamlaml St. Petersburg there will be prizes totaling $10

ganization Trail seven miles south of Venice. awarded to the player with the ,,
Congressman Petersen accepts InvitatIon to be guest speaker atLeilion' Couldn't Lose On highest Individual score and high-

It t Labor Day celebration here est total pins for the three-game
Meade (
FNS-An
effort Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Buckley purchase hardware store In
'thieve state-wide cooperation Nokomis from C. H. Obenchaln. to operate as "Nokomls Hardware 'Snow'Stunt series, y

!trus growers in a Plan to 1m- Store."
'e citrus marketing conditionsmade AUGUST Z2 St. Petersburg (FNS) While Christmas Contest'Winners
this The Gondolier reveals side by side, list of pre-vacatlon recom- Petersburg may not have been
week by a newly mended repairs and improvements at Venice-Nokomis High School St. )
ell able to provide its winter visitors AtEnglewood
organization Citrus and the pitifully small tabulation of "accomplishments" Trustee Al-
wens of Florida vin Jones sharply criticizes county school authorities for failure to with a white Christmas by mak- Named :
venal! hundred Improve conditions of buildings and grounds at the Nokomis school. ing snow the city received untold f
Florida grow- City council decides upon new "permanent registration" set-up of publicity from the ".
met In Fort Meade to discuss for Venice whereby citizens who vote in at least one general city amounts And either way St. Commander J D Tate of Lemon '.'
"sty problems will not have to re-register but those who zany stunt. Legion .'
with Governor election every two years lost. of the American ,
have post
couldn't Bay
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again Petersburg '
toll Commissioner skip voting two years In a row will have to register the
of Agrl- announced
Taylor winds ice into this week
Venice softball team under management of Grady If a pilot dropping
ute Nathan Mayo and legist's. County in Englewood'sannual ,
of Sarasota City"
up in tie for first place in 'American Division" clouds above the'Sunshine names of winners ,
Softball League had produced snow, it would have Christmas home decoration
he new growers AUGUST 29 would 'i
organization headlines because It contest ,'
made
failure to materially Im- /
formed under the auspices of i Stirred by The Gondoliers expose High of School, school authorities have been the first time anyoneIn Mr. and Mrs. John Barghausen

Fort> Meade Chamber of eome prove conditions extensive at although Venice-Nokomis belated piogram of repairs and rehabilitation St. Petersburg ever had seen took first prize with a beautifully '
launch
and was active In urgingof County School Superintendent Verman Klmbroiigh" makes snow here. decorated and lighted tree.

surplus citrus In foreign personal Inspection and admits: "It's worse Shaughnessy than I realized.play-offs inl And If It failed all St. Peters- Second place went to Mr and

r. Venice softball team knocked championship out of burg had to say was: "You see. Mrs. Hugh Olascott for their

competition to determine county direction of Venice Taxi Service and we can't even get snow here with archway while Fred Kruca won
takes over
put three C F, new RIckard automobiles into service as first move to expand firm's lil I dry Ice." third prize for his "Star of Beth-

Coming Events I ITuesda" operations. Baptist Church's Vacation Bible But the snow-making attempt lehem" lighted tree.
Largest class In history of First evening service. The wasn't taken as a gag by some
School receives awards at special Sunday students visitors. Paul A
Crawford reported 80 St. Petersburg
January ( church's pastor, the Rev. D. Campbell Davis, managing editor of the W..th.R I
PJI1".clty enrolled in the class electrical appliance and contract- sponsor of I
11, council meets, city C. A. Hepler now sole owner of Evening Independent
Ing firm bearing his name the stunt said he had received RAINfALL
1 1 PM, SEPTEMBER 5 In protest."I TEMPERATURE Inches
No-Vel Legion Auxiliary drop of four mills from several calls Date High Low
pets, at home of Anne Surls. City council sets tax rate at saving 21 mills for taxpayers a Inasmuch as1 assessment came to St. Petersburg to get reported ,, 1.76Frl.
net Previously '
but not a man'said
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last year's rate $275,000
on one
action
Council delays from snow
Wednesday upped. away 65 46 0,00
January
valuations were Dec. 26
Into costs. ice In ""
1 aJl1". x-ray mobile unit arrives sanitary sewer system, pending further Englewood investigation girl., who represented "Why don't you" keep your demanded. Sat.. Dec. 2'1 ..." ...' 10 n 0,00

Venice Post Office. Miss Linda Hayes 20-year-old Legion was winner of the beauty : your Ice box? another Sun., Dec. 28 .........." 12 46 0.00
American
Thursday. Lemon Bay Post No. 276 Day. More than 2,000 attended the celebra- One man even approached Mon., Dec. 29 .........' 11 52 ::0 00
January 8llln. here Labor O
held Victor
contest the Legion. Circuit Judge
No-Vel Post No. 159 of Pinellas 58 0.00
which was sponsored by Tues., Dec 30 .. 17
x-ray mobile unit arM tion Englewood. possibility of get-
* Stancar's Variety Store opens In Wehle on the Wed., Dec. 31 '........' 81 58 0,00
Englewood the
Post Office. SEPTEMBER U from ting an injunction against Total for month .........-.......... 1,76Thurs"
Friday, January 9 Club demands final settlement [ to prevent the snowmaking -
1 Venice-Nokomis Woman's Superintendent Verman Klmbrough paper Jan 1 .......' 'f8 58 0,07
1111.
x-ray mobile unit arrives School Board and County School attempt.
<*omis Post Office. (Continued on Page Four)





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#""#",""" # #""#.H''' CHIEF REPORTS I Florida SouthernTo students term on Dece were ber Wltded 20 Met IIII!:

'NO TROUBLE'' HERE Reopen TuesdayLakeland theflrst mid-ja, epsa I
i AT
i ip ON NEW YEAR'S EVE ever held by Ithe college

SNUG HARBOR i Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnlk Florida Southern Five new In tractors have..
its wint"1 term
College will open added In the English,
that the New ed ,
yesterday reported ,
STOP January 6, when stu- and business
Tuesday.
A WARM PLACE t Yeart Eve celebration in Venice Christmas dmlnistrtiJ It-
their
from partmets.
dents return Emlen
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4 Ettin.,
exceptionally orderly:
0 was holidays An enrollment of about American painter, Is IIOIId
"WHERE GOOD FRIENDS MEET" t "Everybody seemed to be out to Dire lit-
term registration cial
1900 the autumn instruction in
oq
BEER WINES and having a good time the PaI1ItIr(
t Is expected. figure drawing and
chief commented, "but there Portraltllll
Tamlaml Across from Nokomis 4 4 wasn't a bit of trouble at any Southern ended Its autumn during the term
.10 Trail Community Well t
........ ........... ..... ......., time"

Benjamin C. Tilphman an VENICE NOKOMIS BANK
American, discovered the acid or
TRIANGLE INN DINING ROOM sulphite process of converting VENICE FLORIDA
wood Into pulp in 1866.
Opening Sunday, January 4 Statement of Condition at Close of 31, 1947
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER

12 30 to 2 30 and 5 30 to 8:00e RESOURCESLoans
\\' will be glad to friends
: see our man I and Discounts! ........................ I 239045 3!
Breakfasts Served 8:00: to 11 :00 a.- II Overdrafts .... ........ ..,..................... 1201
Ii I Banking House ................................... 145515
Mrs. H. |p, Dye Mrs. R. Della Means i Furnture! and Fixtures ....................... .. 34553
Other Resources ................................... my
i. II I I U. S. Government Bonds ..................852485000
"FT' I.t'ifJJJ1), Corporate Stocks ............................. .... 2,50000
> I'',4MMW.&SW:\ W f.WMWJjEHJ1!
3 Cash and Due from Banks .... .... .. .516.50319 Idtitdiltl
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3 A Privilege; to Liv. In Florida fj'I -3211351

A Distinction to Live in Venice t,: NeedLetterheads i
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H. N. WIMMERS g I., ? I II I LIABILITIESCapital

I "!< I Envelopes? Stock ............................................ .. $ 2500000
,> Realtor ,gl&' Business Cards? Surplus ....................................................... 22.000 00
VENICE FLORIDA : Reserve ...................................-................... ).40331
p M NOW Dividends Unpaid ....................................... 100000
I'rL' Where the T.mi.n, Trail Meets the Open Gulf.i You Can Have lour Deposits ................?.?..>._..""_., ........ 1.269,11020

t rfmJlfNJlftfjlIDJlfNlrol1tWlftflflfN. 1 PRINTING WORK 61.321.17351"WE
I Done Right In Venice
I 313 U. Venice Ave.
Phone 3131 INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT

ANNOUNCING . .
VeniceGondolier MEMBER: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
The Reopening of the FamousDuke's

$5000 Mammum Insurance 90UUU( ( (|
For Each D.po.i lorAnnouncement
Grill

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FOURTH SEASON

On the Trail at Nokomis{

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-: Same fine foods
:-: Same moderate prices i

:-: Same beautiful dining room For the Convenience of our Customers who wish Home Deliveryof

LUNCHEON AND DINNER Land 0' Sun Better Dairy Products we are glad to announce that tokens

for Retail Home Delivery of milk may be purchased at
MRS. D. C. HOWARD. Owner

For THE MALL DRUG' STORE, Venice, Fla.
reservations in new private dining room i
phone Venice 2752 And

Attractive Rooms by Day, Week or Month THAMES MERCANTILE CO., Osprey, Fla. .

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LAND 0' SUN BETTER DAIRY PRODUCTS

HOMOGENIZED: VITAMIN "D" PASTEURIZED MILT
OPEN SOONTHE
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK

LIGHT COFFEE CREAM

NEW HEAVY WHIPPING CREAM

CHOCOLATE Milk BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM

Venice"Tubatorium" FOR REGULAR HOME DELIVERY PHONE

Venice 2371 or Sarasota 2152

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Beginning January 1, 1948, Sunday Deliveries will be Discontinued .
and Week Day Home Deliveries will be made between 7:00 A.M. wl
Latest Automatic Noon. This will!\ enable the Route Man to see his Customers frequently III

Laundry EquipmentDue regard to tokens and special orders end to give them better service.


to Unforseen Circumstances we Will Not be
able to Open January 5th as scheduled. :l Edmondson Farms Inc.

WATCH FOR OPENING DATE ,


249 West Venice AvenueBetween DISTRIBUTORS

( Venice Pastry Shop and VenIce Radio Service) NOKOMIS, FLORIDA

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CITIZENSHIP VENICE COUNTRY CLUB


Tallahassee A person who Coming Events Week of January 3, 1948 i
marries a citizen of the United
States does not Saturday
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come a citizen and thus entitled] January 3 I

to vote Attorney General J. Tom We trust that all of Iou enjoyed a very happy holiday season and we assure you that :I
Watson: declared. In an opinion your club Is all set to continue the holiday spirit throughout the lea.r.
to Mrs. Tuttle Smith, supervisorof Our regular dinner will be served from 8 to 8 this evening and we have a new supply
of the latest records for those who
registration care to dance.
at Fort
Myers The radio In the lounge will be tuned to the opera this afternoon.
Naturalized citizens must pro- A number of new players have been enjoying the golf course, so why not Join them?
ar* duce their certification of naturalization Sunday I

In order to be registered January I
for voting However, the Have 1)
attorney your Sunday dinner at your club served from 1 to T. !,J
general said. if a registration Just finished sowing 500 more pounds of rye grass seed on the greens, which will f\4
officer has already sat:,. really Improve their condition.
fled himself that an applicant for Monday ,{ ,
registration is a naturalized January 5

citizen, there Is no need to require Game Night The Aliens and the Nealons joined for a good bridge game last Monday -
them to bring certificatesfor evening Many more tables are avalla.ble. This Is not confined to Just bridge,
iplete revision of the state registration many other lames have been suggested but we want yoU to come over and play.
Tuesday!
Foreign-born spouses of American .
urged by Dickr
trUcture was January 6
citizens are not granted c.tIzenshlp -
above, candidate for gov- A new pianist will replace .
by reason of such marriage the accordionist this evening during and after dinner
while visiting in Venicethe the attorney general stated We know Iou will enjoy the musIc and Join In the singing.
[ holidays. Wednesday
,
They must become naturalized
though the popular thing topay before they can register to vote January 7
be that no new taxes ire All or the lady golfers will meet today at 11 a m. to organize the Venice Women's f
ed If we are going to keep Golf Association tVWGA). Be sure to attend and get the season! off to a I'OOd': i
In education and NEED PRINTING Ladies what could be better than to bring the family over for the Smorgasbord
promises
tonIght? It Is served from 8 to 8. f
action In conservation and Phone THE GONDOLIER, Thursday ,
c health. It Is going to cost Venice 3131. January 8 "
ore." said Cooper first can-
Rotary Club meets at 12:15.:
e to Qualify for governor In Lions Club I
meeting In private dining room at 8:30.: t
ay Democratic primaries ed unless In line with a corresponding Regular luncheon and dinner served to all members and their guests
never, the former Sarasota readjustment of present Friday N
aperman and war veteran tax burdens, principally on real January 9

|no new taxes should be add- estate The pianist will play this evening for both the dinner hours, and the following song
fest. Come over and see If we clln't harmonize fUSing the word very lightly) ca some k
or your old fa.vorltes.

January Saturday; 10

The dance band II back to stay. Arrangements have been completed to assure a f'
band every Saturday night. Enjoy your dinner along with the mu lc.
Golfers The weather looks load according to the barometer fSanta brought It. )
so we're sure Its correct). i
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ICE COUNTRY CLUB (for members and guests only) I

L'Eo For Information on Membership

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NEWS FACTS d GEORGE VENICE CHURCHES NOKOMI s

Venice trrG cHtit METHODISt
B-, Point, NOqlllt
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ii 10 111.m:lundhir i.Yl.,
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V rl > 11 ..m, Hanna, wonhlp

teW a:1a 7:80; p.m.p.m: Youth E,, ":7'J'
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.. ,, _' :- MOST OF THE to a.m,Enah tl o4 thoo Srvlen,
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t f.:...-1.a ...... f-.... Iii,'..... one twunea 0"'ce.s Me.t CARHARVONS FIRST BAPTIST
:* lift, 1 en.r. F...-...* T 0 Loa <*i Pewee. \ ants. i :: : u 1 CHURCH
EXP DIT' Venice lit

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.V. A. S. R.,. A v CHURCH
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RECALL THEWARNING 1. a n
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j GUIDES WHO ST. M.,' "1
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YEAH REVIEW VENICE C\T' )LI: CHURCH
S..... at .Tampa Amm
a:* N J : r'prted New' owners plan to reopen the Pines before \ co
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r' ,al,: o' '1- c:.::':.:'--' :,I" :' a ; C.!: t : :u; ::: ,- OCTOBER 31 9 ..m, MrDON..
rr.'m'y l Ii paid R H. G* LliJrtl Schr/t: rcptm; :t!:* or :.J a. :::Create c: Bj'i-e \..octa:ten, Other governors elected are: M. A. Bra \I'elt. -

C5 p"r cent over pro sea: '-A,a. Sc.x. *?e-i :'::4 t..cert: Stanley R. Richardson. James E. McClure, and Carroll H. Williams
a c';mpa *.d to .84 on 'k"ia'* ,Li' veer i iota o' I tK** 10 *er Smyth Brohard resigns post as temporary councilman after
c"nt. ourcii: rejects petition reque tlng his ouster and immediately files & BUD'SFRUIT

:Vr and Mrs Wager: L Drr: sf *>:i'=i.' :e.eb: :a-e "*yV to run for four. 'ear term at December 3 city election, H. S. Bowden
vnddng: anniverfa-v; ex-councilman and local grocer, also plans to enter council race
SEPTEMBER 19 figer Soda Shop opens In Englcuood \nd
NOVEMBER: :
*" Venice and vicinity struck on>' j:_'CJj :;vs S* ::e b.; September : : VEGETABLESTAND
17 hurricane that swept across the lose* elf! :i T'-Si, tamed The Gondoliers First Annual "Progress Edition Honestly -
northward after rei&chr.r the Oaf: o' Mu and ::*-. struck *:h ,too many stories to try to repeat here.NOVEMBER ,

renewed fury at OJlfpon M.u. and New O*:tiis if"Mr 14
... "T Mi Carl Wolf Walter Lehmann. H. S, Bowden file In council race.
: William Joseph purchases dry r:- : .t.:: here On Tanilaml :Trail
Msslng Englewood boat Kingfisher found with all three
Gertrude Laner: change "anto Ven.e: >; :jr e-: Store men
aboard: alive: A. A Thompson, Pete Truman Grover Cox NORTH NOKOMIS
It is revealed school autor.e ;.aems annex at N: rrr s
School on lot thy didn 0\1,n. Count School Superintendent Verman Klmbiough criticized for Nest to Larn i Plate
i Miss Ruby Rigb'of Nokomis becomes t-i c..' Pov e-t M. Fret- I 'Iron curtain secret election policy Not one vote cast In Englewood
. man. school board election. OPEMOHTS -
NOVEMBER 21
i SEPTEMBER 26 Flying In frcm New York Radio "Queen For A Day" Sally
t Plans to build $100000 frozen food pas: a* Orty; revealed! by I
Sharkey Is greeted by George Read manager of the Worthington
Thomas Durffe Si Hotel-Apartments; Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnlk! and Mr and Mr*.
political pot in Venice starts boiling, with daclosure Carl \\slf, H. S. Bowden. \\ ',
local service station man plans to run for c.*y council and Finn Venice Business Association announces It will sponsor for the \, llhtl
Caspersen announces he will seek mayors port:
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second
year a "political rallY. at the Pines Hotel.
George Mitchell to open new barber shop In Venice tomorrowEnglewood NOVEMBER 28
office new. enlarged :
post in qa-ters
Registration of 302 sets; record for Venice,
OCTOBER 3 DECEMBER S
Mayor Clyde V HigH announces city of Venice hat agreed 01: Louis Suter defeats Finn Caspersen In race for mayor. 168 to 96.
airport building lease with Cavalcade of Amusements" big amusement as 269 voters turn out to net new record for voting here. H S. Bowden -
show that plans to make its winter headquarters here tallies 124 votes to 96 for Smyth Brohard. Reported opposing
Graham French, vice-president and treasurer of Venice Golf factions have agreed to Brohards appointment to succeed Caspersenas Painting
Manor, Inc.. announces club will oven: sometime In November and councilman.Mrs. .

membership applications are now being accfp ed Ethel Kirk Earnshaun died after brief illness UpholsteringBody
OCTOBER II DECEMBER U Repairing

Club Mrs William Jonas elected pitsident of Lemon Bay Women's system Power company starts check-up of downtown Venice lighting Electric WeldingAnd

= City council raps county's "Interference" with City of Venice Rotary Club organized for Venice-Nokomis.
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affairs as result of county refusal to approve transfer of Charles DECEMBER 19 General Auto RepairsStancil

Macatees liquor license from Fiesta Grove on the Trail to Sied Formal opening! of Pines Hotel set for tomorrow
Building hr-re Reese Dining Room opens for business & Potts
J, M Keys announces he' may run for mayor. DECEMBER 26

OCTOBER 17 Million-dollar hotel to be built on Venice beach. Miami Avenue
Sale for a reported $40000 of the Nokomis Dairy by George KMI special) train due to arrive here January 8. 2541
Williams to O M Edmondson Jr, formerly of Culpipper Va was Plan to open Verlce Tubatorlum:' new automatic laundry. Phone
announced. << this_week. I here soon are announced.

me KCV u Campbell Crawford, pastor of the First !
Baptist
ftttt
Church of Venice Is elected vice-moderator of the Southwest Florida I TO NEW YORK 1 I Ylt1tt41tlltlWt#'''###'''''H....1tfl..

Baptist Association at Its two-day annual meeting here

Icnmentrof State Highway Patrolman MacRae Walling! to Mrs. John Ortho. formerly con I
Venice Is announced. II OPEN
nected with the Venice Biy Trail. NOW
Funeral services held in Englewood for Wade H Lampp, 73. pioneer I
resident of that community er Park has returned to New ,,

West Coast Marine Ways Inc., opens new toatjard on Inland YOlk. I I
Waterway just outh of the South Treasure Island bridge,

1 OCTOBER; 24 1 ENGLEWOOD AUTOMATICLAUNDRY
Finn Ca pi'rscn filed In I
mayoralty race. Reported Louis! Sutej. l
owner or the Hotel Venezla also plans to run 10
Purchase of the P.n"s Hotel Ven.ce's
largest hostelry by corporatien AFTER YOU HAVE
headed by IKibm T. Carl lIn and John Clarke of Asbury Ii
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OF THE GONDOLIER, On Highway 775 EnglewoOd!

PINEAPPLE WHY NOT MAIL IT -
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TO SOME FRIENDUP
ORANGESDELICIOUS v Modern In Every Respect

NORTH : ; Equipped with Water Softeners Filters and

; Bendix De Luxe Machines.

Clean Sanitary Jl1d \'ld'l1l
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Ainger's 1 r "Your Weeks Family Wash Done in 45 Minutes'If
FROM THE GROVE
SUNDRIES & SODA i You Wish, Leave Your Bundle Call For It Later

\\ LPCkNDSHIJKKOU! Xmas Candies Up to 9 Pounds 35c per Machine

MoJern Fountain FREE SOAP

STONE FARM Assn. Service :

Sandwiches Coffee Open Sam. to 8 pm Dally Saturday to 1 P I.

1.4 Slile Northwest of KMI P-l" out St A"!:"stlne Ave PHONE APPOINTMENT
Xmas VENICE S38S FOR
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VENICE
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ANNOUNCES day. February 9. while Shrine Fair will far surpass all previous: f '
LATE TO I )
CLASSIFY
"TOO Day Is scheduled for the follow- Chows from the standpoint of attractive ..
By RUSSELL KAY I ing Thursday February 12 Parades \ displays and entertainment -
will be staged on both of features He feels it Is UM '
these big days and officials in I best balanced show ever assembled i
Nile the politicians are planning to stage their "big show' ncx\ charge of these gala events prom : and the will Tie plenty in m- If
the real event of the season will be the Florida State Fair to.Id ise many new and startling features t,'icst and entertainment! for buUt
. in Tampa, February 3 to 14. .i that will make them more young and old through the entire :
.
brkmen; have been swarmingthe brilliant and colorful than eve 11-daj' period. '
[ grounds and buildings Fair plant has been expand un- before \\hieero\\ do d'') 'tln. .
L things in readiness and til It now numbers 25 exposition General Manager P. T Strclder the 1948 Florida State Fair af t

ral Manager P. T: Streider I buildings there still Isn't tom states that the 1943 Florida Stat. Tampa. February 3 to 14.j ;.

axing around in circles try- enough to care for all who) Mil n

;0 find a building stretcher or : to participate. Sick Rides Made Well In Venice 1
:hing that: will provide more 1 More counties will show th Modern Test Equipment

bit space year and every indication pt .ito : Genuine Part*-Free Estimates
more complete and coral .
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spite of the fact that the PHONE 2672
sire ,
displays of Flcrcla rand a aRY
products than ha- i' B. & W, Record Players

w- vr, lot loin I I fore been assembled, TIe l'tdl'II-Carlon I! Portable Public Address System
FlorluVPCt--1 picdicts: of farm and fk i Pr Vm ClerkBreusler .
: and fir Pi 'I !h or
Swimming Pool be attractively i d. ""'1" a Radios .\(' or r ,I'p.v. Operated

Hrivati Clc-ito Gulf Beach 'fresh fruit and vegebh! pidomlna ', A .j.-:; G.n eii or- VENICE RADIO SERVICE;; {,.
md Golf Course i 'ins: Display t i)nth tn ney and ,In. \V..rld WII U !
Llv n? and 231 W. Unlce Avenue rot, II GA''r\; E
SpacioUs
being completely remodeled and H. A. LUitlio ,
: e Ha'I'Y' L '
Sun Rooms II' ... ...
"'II'
rebuilt In mot instances which )0\" is 1"" 1 1.0: ,I t"ldlda:,' 10 '
Write for Rates. and : will give the Fair tint ncn a-vnui 1'" "f1'.v In the 1941oi
Further Information I look" that everyone Is t":kJ1 race for the office state com I).
Copper Kettle Inn 1 about those days. tr oil!!, i'. Your Venice r L i\i.nt! ( I

\enice. Florida I So successful wa the Eluii a, i
Exposition, .pon,oird by th an array of electrical Mdget Uu, Is Your Best F'i'ndPati'oni : !
I Tampa Electric Company at la Fair, that additional spice ,the fmuie This amaz.ng demistn Him
e
DependableService has been provided and the 1943 ion will be presented III u
theatre adjoining\ the Electrical
Electrical Expoltion11; be a .
knock-out. Expo 1t Ionl'here thousands oi
Courtesy of
the most modem electrical appliances }
WE SPECIALIZE I\ Practically fIery big national : on the market tcday will VENICE LAND COMPANY
manufacturer of electrical products -
Products
Chrysler be in operation The show1l1 be
and appliances will take '
titled. Electrical Adventures of i
part The outstanding feature of
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YOKOMISGARAGE I JTomoMow.
this great show will be provided
: This one exhibit will be whole
by Westinghouse Electrical Company I fair In Its,'If. It will occupy more

than 380uO square feet of floor Winter Reservations . .
From its mammoth laboiator- space and will be one of the largest -
GEORGE T. DEVLIN lea will come Samuel H bbens, Internationally I shows of Its kind ever shownin
Phone Z581 famed scientist withLARRY'S this country, If You are Planning on Coming; Venice

I Another attraction you will This Winter, May We Suggest Now Is the
surely want to see is the first Ice
Time to Make Room Reservations
BAR & GRILL"A 'I manufacturing machine built by
Dr John Goirle at Apalachicola
Good Place To Meet" in 1845 and still capable of operation Many of Our Foresighted: Guests;

I I This will be shown in Already Have Done So, Freeing Their
I connection with the Franklin t
BEER WINE LIQUORS County exhibit. Minds from Any "\\ here-Shall-We-Stay ?"

Progress! made In Florida live- Questions
PACKAGE GOODS
stock industry, both beef and
dairy cattle will be reflected In
Tunlaml Trail NOKOMIS Phone 3127 the Florida Fairs great Livestock
Exposition. Some of the finest
"SEASON'S GREETINGS"New cattle in the world are producedIn EL PATIO tiVTIL

Florida and winter visitors
from so-called cattle producing 225 W. Venice Ave. VENICE riOKIDl Phone :3572

states are amazed to find such
stock in this state. The highest JAMES M. McCLURE THELMA H. TREoHETC
Phone Number
premiums ever offered cover a va- Owner Manager
riety of breeds and cross breeds
including! Brahmans, Herefords,
Aberdeen-Angus, Shorthorns and

3601 others.Inspired by the steady Improve-

ment of all types of exhibits, especially itt'yU."s"Ul I
those displayed by the
JOSSART-KINCAID participating counties commer-
cial exhibitors are employing the ti

DEPEND I.E PIUMBING'I : best talent available to design! and
build their booths and displays. i tavern I

Modern, illuminated, animated 1
dioramas and spectoramas are replacing 4 :
the old type of exhibits in 125 South Tamiami Trace:1 Venice 4
,
I SAY --'AVE many The Oasparllla departments Carnival, always ; Delicious Sandwiches.--Wh n You Are Hungry 4 ;

YOU SEEN 'ISLORDSHIP fin OUb'tandng: feature of the "The Bright Spot on the Trail"
Fair! will'! occur this year on Mon-

? I \V Offer, A Complete 0-Line of t #

4w ; DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED LIQUORS

FIUU. : I Let Us Supply Your Ho'iday' Needs.
Fifth
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John CraMiie, 12-yr. old Scotch $8.30 t i

Balentine's Scotch . . $6.25 I
Deke's Shoe Repair Black and White Scotch . $6.25 4ii

,Verve yb.t A.In .fid.. Cnl'rod Fire SI.tlon Sdlonl i Teacher's Highland Cream Scotch $6.42 i

Martin's V.V.O. Scotch . $6.42 t

; Dewar's White Labd Scotch . $6.15

FOR John Begg Scotch . $6.15 t

Old Smuggler Scotch . $6.10
zty : FINE John Jameson Irish Whiskey . $5.62

10 Overholt Bonded Rye : . $6.68
To| folks who are lovers of properly mixed drinks, we offerstanding ,-? Jt WORK OH
invitation to regularly inspect our display of wnls- I I ,\ ti Old Forrester Bonded Bourbon $7.00
eya nds rums, Sins and wines We stock all of the available best Open Sam. to 8 p.m- Ancient Age Bourbon . $5.75

Saturdays gam. to B p.m.MITCHELL'S Old Hickory 5-yr. old Bourbon $4.40

JIM PONDER'S Golden Wedding . . $3.65Mt.

3 A ? .. BARBER SHOP Ave. Vernon . . $3.60
LIQUORS 132: W. Venice I
Venice Agency Walker's Gin. . . $3.37
RALPHS SIIOE REPAIR .arair1.,0 i'
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CARD PARTY I FOR GOVERNOR
Classified Ad
I GONDOLIER It PayS To
A Card Party sponsored by the I IVenlc&Nokomlc cost little, yet produce tine results Play-

Women Club Just phone Venice 3131 before FOR YOUR FISHINQ-
will be given at the Venice Country S p.m. Thursdays. SPORTING NEEDs&vo!)
Club on January 8, 1948. beginning SEE is FIRST
at 8 pm. There will be
R&H
FOR FXPEKT SHOE REPAIR C. T. no admission charges Refreshments RELIABLE
Ralph' Shoe Repair will be served at 25c per FOR SERVICE.QUICK. CALL
The public Is Invited. Free PORTING GOODS
person
(iff, Boo Station SARASOTA transportation will be furnished, ,3)x VenicePlumbing 1 Florida, .."'..... SPIt .
call Venice 2172 or 2522 and a Shop Opp V"lr. XkG.II Book
car will be sent to pick you up. Phone 313
BOil 14, Venice Phone 2153
All persons who purchased piesat
the last food sale are requested'
to return the plates to the Venice
Laundry, Mrs. Anne Surls Stop At B&BBAR

For The Coldest Beer in Town

SKETCH CLASSTO Schlitz RiiP1en

BE STARTED Pabst l3alkntin

WONDERFUL LOVE One day a week'
Next time she gives For Beginners or those Fort Myc'-s f'Ja.-Colin English. Miller's Carling'sBudweiser
you the old come- .: state school superintendent, has
with previous experience'
hither out of those bin announced that he definitely will Tropical
blue eyes or brown, Also private lessons
or gray don't lust All Interested In details be a candidate for governor in BEER TO TAKE OUT ._.
gulp and f\I'nllolyour please phone Venice 2505 1948.
tongue Slip a ring on J In a short formal New \eart
Per linger; while you're C. LOCKWOOD Day statement English said "in
r 'ttin? your wits to-
tether We'll be gladto order that my friends may kno- -
help you select a my future political Intentions Iwish EVERY DAY PRICES TO FIT YOUR PURSEYALLACE'S
beautiful and exquisitely to announce that I definitely -
mounted' dii- Phones 111be a candidate for the office \ GROCERYFrozen
Mond. priced lfin'
jour means. 2633 -Sarasota2529 of governor of Florida In th

elections of 1948. Food Staple Dairy Product
KNOWLES AmbulanceService "My experience as a member of
I Meats
numerous state boards both educational -
JEWELERS
and executive. eleven
TIMI1MI: TRAfL
NORTH OF NOKOMIS
t rest Office Arcade f years as a member of the sate I .
A .
Day or Night Daily 8:30: M. 8:30 P.Sundal .M
cabinet. and wide' and extensive I
Prompt anJ Courteous participation In governmental affairs ; 9:00 AM 1:30 Pl\1. 4:30 PM 730FM: .

has acquainted me with the
ROBARTSSHANNONFuneral I I
'responsibilities of this high of
Home ffce:' he said. I
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An overseas veteran of World
Wflffft4tle11f11ft
? When \ ou Want A Plumber BadBe t ing profession upon his return' to'
the states In 1920 He taught l
i Sure That He Is GOOD t American Literature, French, Ge-
ometry, and General Science at
Dependable Plumbing t
i Ocala II gh School.
VENICE, FLORIDA
Contracting Repairing t
Since that time he has been a''
= Full Line Fixtures and Materials t school principal, supervising pnn.\l "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"

; Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings t clpal of schools, instructor at the I
; LET IS FIGIREYOIR JOB ESTIMATES GInS University of Florida and Lee
i Member of Federal l Deposit Insurance Corp.
c nty superintendent of Public
JOSSART KINCAID I
t f'.tructlon

a ; Phone 2665 Venice Florida He has been Florida school $5000 Maximum For Each Depositor Insurance WJUOUr

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''I. .1. Ollie Edmunds
IN A
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11 3461 Stetson rni\"er s'ty nKrsrA-

DcLsnc' Fla. J. 0' Ed.

If No Answer, Call 2955 I nund of Jacksonville was todaY
'named president of John B. Stetson

1 VENICE TAXI SERVICE, Inc. William t'nl\'pr"lty.Sims Allen.succeeding who resigned Dr.

L'-IRIVE-rT CARS FOR KENT In September, lifter a 13->car administration A

Dr. Eumnda hat served +,n th :Mx b I w 1
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Board of Trustees for 14 year-
'' mot of which time 1:e has been [ a 6 gseSk
; <' r.S ,.... I chalrri of the finance committee f
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GULF GRILL I Idovd SHndavrlGRILL I BROOKS MINISTbRS:

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LUNCH DINNER and 7:30: P"
BREAKFAST VENICEBOWLAKADE OPENING SUNDAY

SANDWICHES FOUNTAIN Only SERVICEWe i Municipal Auditorium Saras l
Serve Fresh Vegetables ,
OPEN 7 AM 2 PM 5 PM 11 r.C .:\!. And Grill __
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FOR SALEN.kom.H BUSINESS PERSONALS LEGAL NOTICESI t.

rFURNITURF. of aU kIn.... P.n" USED LlJM n :R. .i.h and 01..,... and I 3 tun fir MI,.. mmiM i :,
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rhnn. EASY Washing machine P. \. Hume. I ,'irht, 2 I lota un NiH.n| Trail, Earl Cottrell Paul Nave will hOOt keontiMtfd rr.gm ihlr unless far map I ,_-.
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Phone 2611. Nnknm iir>TK"it<. 8"10..1.| Write Route IHNFRIHIM P-I)- 11,11 Ie2 Cltra. Flrida. Modern pumping equipmentnrk (runiteed .. ally uuthirl/x .m. RARRKT
HERE IS A GOOD BUY for Vuul A .. Phone SiruoU 70-610 -C. W. -
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has Just been tompkttly overhauled N" "mi.. (.,...,. and .djolnmit con flay 1,1 faint II,.. GENERAL REPAIRS Icon mower. RFMSTFB ULTITIOI iliA.* '. .
and It purr. Ilk. > kitt.n Cull 3111 Male' If Intinntnl swing niMchinet, stoves WMKhlutr RIH Titounder.l"ned do hen.byrlif' Va ;
write flux
OIL"Service during the daytime 01,110., II. (nin- eldnea, ..... Knwt nhirni.nod C. A. Lamb they urn conducting a b cols, last ".!..._. r
I Just off Trail near Siiiw Harbor, P. 0, ''nuilMirl and alrr...liil mi low. paita.irvln sad .I
and USED DOORS. a'Indnwwith --- 110.x 157 Laurel.DRIVEWAYS. l",int<.. at Vinlr.. lli.rida. Mder
fn u J I Irla PMUlllt: 8HI-CTION
of Inr.inrroaand .
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... Panel office -- -- ---- the nrtdrm .
partition. VIA lini n-uhnlinl .il,. In city of Venice VA";'H'f M.IW.Tnl
,.. AND
General Repair ,.. Sri Mr Ruienjar at Valimm, Anon" 10, ovnir If Inten,.trd. .iiKitfKt you ,n. rUT IN. Murk fill dirt Vh.NICE film la cornimifd of .e f '\
corals. o. Pall ::1.262. ,o nl', Address. [)". M, Venice HH. "" .11. Conrn-te work of ill kin,la ...IthOI'U' t iilliwhg Unit 1"Mid'_""' "hi"e nim.it unit ..tao f'
I loula Adorwn Phone SO]. ;
Jobseiger .. r,slJence are a. follows: .1
Guaranteed I :::;: .rI'I:rnr-t J. fetes, Venteo" H.rld
-H.-H-H. 4 44 4 DRESSMAKING Alterations, Hullihnln 1'.11.I fl....... V..ilie I 1'1..1.10. 1of I Iow""hl"
& Sons -. I DON'T WISH YOU HAD Fins 8 BusinessAND : (..,,...1.,01 Avo I hone 2 6.!
50' x 159' Lots ,1'etrr .0'. .
: Building F.II" E
STRONG 8TURIIY PLANTS for Flor .., file .:M
apl'lfa
Joms rhone 275t I ,la lnnd It I. .r intention t. aof
I low
c |iirir price.
Oio\'eland MrlKOY: NU RSt.ta"..., the ('"?it r..1 I" and for Mat a.eta
ProfessionalDirectory t Avrnue .
the sold ear
( """" I.Inrida I" n al I.ler
F..t.hll.h.d 11H1 lOr Venire Yacht and "l'I'ly ui.-r usepn.vt
Tuin right' at laurel, Post Off.. eI '
Ion. lOr hnl.tir' i"I'M Lawa
i. } I'I'It $200.00 11".1.1.. A., .f 1041.wimr. .
I' .. o "r handn this I'ln day of Be
FOR SALE ................. Pal ed Elcctr'clty Water. FrenchwomanTo ermin.. In17. i
FRNH1: J FETES
II Fee SImp'e: Deed. HI.A r:. I'UrK: '
IVCHEE TREES 1- ROOFING 1 Pu.clnsor: to pay fo AbstractIf Compete In l'hliah: I),, I.: Ill Jli, Id); Jan. ::. i94S .

Roof Woik of All Kinds abstract defied. NOTTuTTlt l>\TION! r
TO Nl.lt: !Several VarietiesTHOUSANDS .., .. ,. Ilea '
ALVIN P. JONES --- Soaring ContestSanford 1ht n.'" do hi n iwtif
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thou om t"I'1-lin nn mn"morc
Phone: Km. 28*J Home 29bl ul. t/9 \\.1 ".,,10.. A_.
CHOOSE FROM H. Whiners I
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sailplane champion \\'11b'
ANGO TREES REALTOR el ,* fk*'
firm
slid that' mill \* inn a
BRUCE RIGHT I VENICE FLORIDA among the 30 or more competitor 1"11'n l>,'rw.nn whore niinik. ,"d"'_, :
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11 lOr rr ldrnrr' nrr follows.
Mam Varieties General Painting Contractor -- .- --.-- In the second Southeastern Soar '''..t''H.'' Metros.1. ,lt.1 Ik. toLi*
Interior v,....., n.i,'.
& Exterior Decoialme
i A COMPLETE Ing Contest to be held here Jan. Jot nt h I'I"" Ilio AMI*. Tea
Phone Venice 2865 I'r. hlmrdn4'wnerahP
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LYCHEEJRCHARDS i II.:". ESTATE: hERtil'C nary 15 under the auspices or ; ur Venice Ti,,<"'I >il"... i Lafnlb.wo

fair. Rentals Seminole County and the Junior Alarifronces MCMId roll', .
There arc about ten species of Chambers of Commerce.She link M. :VMurel r.,,-, ".,
.'orrin.t till FORT MnKUA: and It i is our Inl.iitn.n t. apply. to the Octlt
trees in Florida with commercial all of $ClI'TI.1I tn: FLORIDA Moil is Susanne Melk who will ..f Ih. irr.it Court in an I f... s.ara..t
LUREL. FLORIDAOn Uiinly. I'lot'Ma. I" r""rUiT the card --
Tamlaml Trail Importance. The pine is the most |LOI humsto. Coastal l.Uautifiil..-nlin. Including rivtrfrunt ImpnivK rsrohw. bring her soaring ship an A I.R. ,A \'n" Tholormmmdr. k110 assets
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unit unmlru\toct tropical Islands. twitch 100, from France. Other pilot I sans ur.I'h"I'"'' 2"Pr.3 LLa.f MnrUt.f
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commercial tree In
14 Miles North of Venice important ArrN of 11I11
l>npirtlr>. fi.hlntr biluti. basin
",,, of
already entered Include Dick Wilcoxoar hon.t. this dap
iptirtiinilli Florida. | muterart, .. trotter "pt-rating ,.",'h,... farms sad ....v.. Comey, general manager of the M.'CAJLK4JACK
Large and small tracts of land Aa.mphte Soaring Society of America and I M M I AKrlPnl .
h.h Its 26. 11.47 Jin 2. t. II ItM
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To Fly In 2,500 Clewlston and for other companies Newlyweds Honored -
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With Dinner PartyAt
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Sugar Workers the The Everglades.first three plane loads a Country Club Use Gondolier Classified Ads -Call 31
From Jamaica Seyferth.
William
total of 90 men. arrived last week Mr. and Mrs.
whose marriage took place on -- .
and more were scheduled periodically -
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Beach The planes first land here Monday. December 29. were honored -
:IMrajly 2.500 workers I
from Jamaica -
from Jamaica. the workers are at a dinner party last!! Sunday -
are being flown to Florida to
passed through Immigration and evening given by the bride's -
harvest cane for the United then flown to Clewlston heart of -
Mr and Mrs C. M. Clo-
parents SUBSCRIPTION
States Sugar Corporation at the sugar-cane IndusttJ.1r'M I ORDER
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groom's parent. Mr. and Mrs.
Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER
4 I" 775 ENGLEWOOD Rudolph Sejfeith of Muskegon for Oll!

!I Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. rear ($ .50) ....................... six months (fUO) ...
DELICIOUS, SATISFYING MEAl gj; Clover of Havana Cula: Mr. and
of Treasure .r three month ((75c) .......................
Luncheon! 12:! to 2 Dinner 6 j to S Mrs. William Holly
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Island; Mi and Mrs. George Clo- due to
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