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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: August 2, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1, NO. 22 FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS



IER DRUGS, EDITORIALSo VENICE CITY COUNCIL WILL

So many readers of The Gondolier have asked us just
what this "new county" proposal is all about that believe
STATIONCHANGEHANDS we
AS the following letter from C. K. Callaham. and the Gondolier's CONSIDER ADOPTION OF TAX ON

reply, may help clarify this newspaper's position in the

UTILITIES NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT

Editor, Mr. C. K. Callaham,

TWO important. business Venice Gondolier. P. O. Box 1,

U in Venice were complet- Dear Sir: Charlotte, N. C. Adoption of a ten per cent tax on utilities within the
( during the past week,' City of Venice, as one move to rePlenish the dwindling city
Dear Mr. Callaham
|th Lanier's Drug Store and I have been reading in your : treasury, will be discussed by city councilmen at their 8 p. m
ckburn's Service Station paper about the new county formation With reference to your letterof meeting in the city hall next Tuesday.

wiring new owners. with the county scat beingin July 23, may I explain that i a Several Florida cities, which

M Dick and Louis J. Pappas Venice, which on paper sounds committee is now being formedto have had a hard time meeting expenses -

Sunday took over Lanier's, pretty good.It look into all phases of the "new Labor Day Fish Fry ever since the homestead

(aming it "The Rexall Store." might. be the right thing to county" proposal, including the Plans exemption act removed thousands
h i were discharged recentlym do and it might be the wrong question of "what would it cost?" ProgressUnder of dollars worth of property from

i the armed services. thing to do Frankly, I don't know whether direction of General their tax rolls, already have adopted -

H. Wolf, also an exserviceon Since I hold the WorthingtonHotel formation of a new county is: Chairman Boyd Sharp, detailed the utility tax. t

Saturday assumed opera- there as trustee for my feasible or not; it may not even plans were being worked out Latest city to do so, it was

i of the service station at the daughters, and since I have some be desirable. That will be the com- this week for the big Labor Day pointed out, was Punta Gorda,
thwest corner of the Tamlamit personal property there in Venice, mittee's main job-to assemble all fish fry and celebration to be only 30 miles south of Venice. '

il 1 and Venice avenue. It Is now I am vitally interested in it, due the necessary facts that will en- staged on Venice beach by NoVel Under an ordinance adopted by

wn as 'Wolfs Sinclair Serv- to the fact that we pay taxes and able you and I to make up our Post No 159 of the Amerl. that city's council three weeks

haven't any homestead exemptionNEW own minds Like you, I can see can Legion. ago, all users of electricity, city
Formerly Here several definite advantages to the Expected to attract hundredsof water, local telephone service,

(Coll formerly operated the start Venice area if a new county were visitors from out of town, bottled gas, and telegraph within

,from 1938 to July, 1942, when NAMES formed, but, again like yourself, the affair Is being given by the the city will find 10 per cent add-

left to join the Army Air Several more suggestions for I wonder if the cost would be pro- post for the benefit of Its build. ed to their bills starting September -

rces, serving as a ground crew names for the "new county", as hibitive-would the disadvantages Ing fund. Tentative plans call 1.
mber After his discharge, he well as comment concerningthe outweigh the advantages? for a dance to be held In the About 47 CentsIn

rked in a Tampa shipyard for proposal, have been received So far as The Gondolier is con- evening to wind up the day's Punta Gorda, it was esti-

'eral months. by The Gondolier, but lack cerned, my position simply is this: I activities. mated by E. H. Smith, district
Hii brother, E. G. Wolf, former- of space prevents their publl. Let's get the facts and then make manager of the Florida Power and

lot Edwardsville, 111, is connect- cation this week. They will ap. a decision based upon what we Light company, that the average
Women Start New
I with him in operating the stain pear In next week's Issue. believe to be best for all of us. home user of electricity would pay ,

C. H.'s wife, Mrs. Sudie Wolf, That's why I've been encouraging a tax of about 47 cents a month; ; 4
now superintendent of nurses at formation of a citizen's committee. Bowling League the average commercial consumer -

je Hillsborough County Tubercu- down there and I have been told 109.

pis sanitarium. She formerly wasd that very, very few people in Venice I think, as a taxpayer, you may Monday NightWomen At the last meeting of the

operation nurse at the Flor- pay any taxes and with a new feel a little better, or less worried bowlers will start play council, Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede,

k Medical Center here. Mrs.If county set-up, I think the taxes about the possibility of having in a new summer league serieson city clerk, reported the present

plans to Join her husbandsoon. will be prohibitive on the few to pay prohibitive taxes, if I the Venice Bowlakade alleys; balance in the city treasury was
because remind you that several others only slightly over $1,000. Councilman -
pe that do pay taxes they next Monday night at 8:30: with
Both Pharmacist who also have extensive holdings Botts last week .
George
will have a new set of politiciansto the Venice Bay Trailer Park squad 4k.
Both Pappas and Dick are existed : in this district (Venice Land, Paul
pay.I meeting Palm Grill and Wolf's (Continued on Page 2)
pharmacists, the former Harrison of Englewood Gardens,
think this tax matter shouldbe Sinclair Service keglerettes tangling -
(Continued on Page I) Albert Blackburn, etc.) lean toward -
explained to the public before with the Nestlewood Gift
the "new county" idea. At
Valencia
any voting takes place or any separations Shop. The other two teams in the 24-Unit
>arasotan Wins any rate, I think I can assure you '
take place, as to whether league, Venice Garage and Venice To .
Apartments
without
nothing will be done com-
the taxes will be higher or not. If I Bowlakade, will play at the same
Sedan plete discussion, as you suggested.
arpon the taxes are any higher, you are, hour next Wednesday night Be Opened Soon
I going to kill your town. CARROLL H. WILLIAMS! Jim Keys and George Botts,,
Ends of three apart-
Work
s Tourney preparing
Editor Venice Gondolier. Bowlakade will
owners of the ,
Please advise if know -
you anything ; ment buildings on Armada Road
A former Wayne, HI, man, about it. Our taxes are WilY award a prize to the girl having South for occupancy this coming
fer Townsend of Sarasota, this it is. the highest average at the end of
too high now as Small Increase winter was started this week by
k the league play also a prize to the
captured the grand prize, a i ; Mr and Mrs Dan Oprisiu, formerly -
C. K. CALLAHAM,
ck super-sedan, as the 194ernational Charlotte, N. C. Expected In winning team. of Detroit, Mich., who recently -

Tarpon Tourney County Tax Rate Finish Next Week purchased the properties from
W at midnight last Wednes- Play in the second half of the the Venice Land company

:. of C. Seeks Representing an increase in ex- men's summer league at the Bowl- Each building contains eight

Townsend whose 128-poun penditures of $$22,418 over the akade will wind up next week. units, conisting in each case of a
Florida RecipesGot
was caught during the clo I current year, a tentative Sarasota The Venice Food Shop quintet living room, bedroom, dinette,
"days of the event, also reed any favorite recipes for seafood county budget for the fiscal year paced by Byron Jones, holder of kitchenette and bath. They were

custody of the $1,00 or other dishes for which this beginning October 1 has been setup the league's highest average, 171,, released by the army last spring,
"Mr trophy for one year. In section of Florida is famous? by the county commissioners. currently leads the men's loop. after having been used by armed

Wing his prizes during a I H. S. Bowden, president of treniceNokomis Although the exact millage rate The Food five has won 14 games forces during the war.
ony on the Sarasota cityr been determined, and lost 4Tonight.
Chamber of Commerce has not yet With new furniture not only
yesterday his he paid high trlbto has received a letter from Frank Taylor, administrative assistant at 8:30: a special match ordered but ready for delivery,

of Nokomis."At guide., Capt. Bruce Rig the Florida State Advertising to the commissioners, said will be staged on the Bowlakade the Oprislus plan to open their

least Commission, asking for such recipes "there will undoubtedly be a small alleys, with Sarasota and Punta new Valencia Apartments just as
| 60 per cent of thet for inclusion in a series of increase this,year." >orda teams of the Florida Power soon as redecoration and landscaping -
should go to the guides In publicity releases"Undoubtedly Anticipated expenditures for the and Light Company renewing their work is completed.
"
laments of this kind Town-
d 1 declared ," wrote Miss Neal coming year are listed at $558- feud. Next Sunday afternoon, at Oprisiu, formerly in the real
"They're like
football coaches and top.a Chaplin of the Florida State News 121.51, as compared to $$533,704 2 I o'clock, the regular Smitty's estate business in Detroit, and his

know their Job.", theyy bureau, "there are many sportsmen for the current year. team will play against a challenging wife came to Florida last winter,

Runner-up in your area who pride themselves squad representing the K Club. settling In Fort Myers.

Winner of the .1000 Victory on their ability to prepare LINE EXTENDED The latter bowlers are: "Jim, Jr." 'But we liked Venice so well,"

d runner-up prize in the and cook fish and game, or perhaps Work of extending power lines Keys, Bill Ainger, Byron Earl, they said this week, "that we determined -

lament, which was sponsored an old colored chef who hassome to the properties of H. O. Hancheyand Atlas "Duffy" Legar, and Frank to locate here."

the Sarasota County Anglers' highly prized recipe used for Ralph G. Simpson on the Venice -' Lanier. (Continued on Page 2)

b and was staged this year In generations in your town. In particular Farms road three miles east

Aeration with Venice guides, we are looking for unusual of Venice was completed this week ORDER
SUBSCRIPTION
aants and sportsmen, was BIT ways of preparing those things by s Florida Power and Light com-

(Continued 0Ii pap ,) which are native to Florida." pany crew. VENICE GONDOLIER,
'
If you have any such recipes, P. 0. Box 632,
Bowden would like to have them Tide Tables Venice, Florida.

WeatbeRTEMPERATURES to forward to Mias Chapline. GONDOLIER for one
VENICE INLET Please send me THE VENICE

(Punt Ross Correction)
RELEASED Low six months ($1.50) -,
RAINFALL ,
Date High year ($2.50) ----
It High Low Inches Walter Carleton, Venice man Fri., August '._--.4:Up.m. 10.47p.m. .
IOUI.Y. recorded offense Involving AU,. I _501am: : or three months ($1)
1 1.11 charged with a morals 8at., tiopm: 11:11p.m.lSun. : Check which)
(
1 n ,---I,_IS? 'fI,. 0.17 UI: a local child jail, was in Sarasota released ., Au,. 4._--.t Mam::53p.m.. 11a4P.m.:: (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)
1 ZI ._ from the county
_11 TI UI ,. I ..111a.m.. J:07p.mtla .
Mon., Au _
cash _
It. ___
$500 _
_17 74 L4r last Friday upon posting e._<; .m. 3.10P.m.. Name -
Tue., Aus.
1 t1 10 ., __II 'fI .... to insure his appearance at the Wed., Au. _-.-..-.7:62a.m. 4:Z4p.mThur .
rar__II TI .08 November term of the circuit *., Aug. S_l:(Da.m. I:Up.mFrl Address
I month of lusty ---17 court. ., Auf I.__t:45a,m. (:S8p.m.
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Eddy Appointed UTILITY TAX Apartr
VENICE GONDOLIER"I (Continued from Page 1) (Continued fro

Street ForemanStreet declared this fact presages the The* plan to makl tit

do not agree with a word you say, but I will George Nigel city will once again borrow from quarter In the wtf

defend with my life your right to say it."-VOLTAIRE Commissioner the bank until new taxes come In the three buildings, 1
announced t hat
Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 314 West yesterday next Novemberyfeottt Indicated he Armada Road South, '
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 682. Telephone Venice 2961. Thomas Eddy, ex-sergeant form- would favor imposition of a utili- blocks from the beat?.
stationed at Venice Army Airfield them this week
Entered n iccond-clui matter June 6, 1946, it the post office erly ty tax rather than continuation of are the
It Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 187. has been appointed city street ter, Mrs. Mary Gana
I the "borrow from the bank"policy. young daughter
Subscription rates: One year, 12.50; six months, $1.50; three foreman, subject to confirmationby home Is In P4
Detroit.
months, $1. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, flret 20 the city council at its meeting
words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. \
next Tuesday night.
CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher I I
I succeeds Joseph E. Edwards -
Eddy P. 0. BOX 42 NOKOMIS
I who yesterday began rus ,,
LANIER'S SOLD ember, after seeing service in the ,
duties as county superintendentof
Pacific theatre of operations.

(Continued from Page 1)) Will Leave Here roads and bridges. BOLDT AND SONS

being a graduate of the Massa- Tom Lanier, who had operatedthe

chusetts College of Pharmacy drug store for the past five Letters to the Editor I Plumbing Waterproofing
while Dick, a native Floridian and one-half years and who recently I
Painting, Exterior and Interior
!f' (Brooksville), has been engaged in acquired a store in Clear-

pharmaceutical work for 19 years.x water, said he plans to take a va- Editor: Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication

Pappas entered the army in 1943 cation-his first since the start of
Venice Gondolier.
j being stationed at Camp BlandmgHe the war-but will continue to FREE ESTIMATES
was discharged at that same make his home In Venice. Dear Sir:
9, In 1943 he Since moving to this community -
camp last January Both Dick and Pappas pledged

married a Ta\ares Fla, girl, the themselves to continue mainten- and receiving copies of the 40 p--f0m 0.4 11 1" 11
former Pace. At Gondolier, wish to congratulateyou
Marjorje presentin ance of the fine pharmaceutical
Atlanta, she and their 17- standards that have been a featureof on the paper as a whole and

months-old son, Louis J", Jr, will the local drug store in the past, especially the addition of the weather TAKE A

join him here in two or three I but plan to make several changesin information, temperatures and
rainfall ,as we believe this to be
operation
weeks SHORT CUTTO
Beneficial and interesting not only
k Dick's wife, the former Helen Ito those who receive your papersin

Meadow of Umatilla, Fla, also Florida's name is derived from other states, but to the local LOVELINESS
"Pascua Florida of Flowers
Feast -
will come to Venice sometime this residents as well. w
(Easter Sunday), the day (in With time 10 precious don'tfUls
j month Dick entered the in MR AND MRS RALPHG.
Navy with hair Choosetytomanage
\ 1513) it is said to have been nam- your anew
j 1943 and was discharged last Nov ed by Ponce de Leon SIMPSON .. "ehort yJ" +

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; PAINTING DECORATING Not magic, but the resultof
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our special' shortening and ;

i VENICE FLORIDA ', shaping cut. Get yours today
. Call 2971 for an appointment
Homesites On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties _

re Acreage Farms Rentals

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': l While l in that larger shopping center where he has variety of
, "Buy At Home" should be the a greater
t ciple for resident guiding shopping pringoods to choose from and may find prices, on the whole, are a little
of
any this district who is interested in helping lower.

' the Venice area progress, merchants, for their part, must help, too. As to Obligation No. 2: '

OTMERCHANT HAS A RIGHT TO EXPECT PEOPLE TO
"BUY AT HOME" SIMPLY BECAUSE HE HAS A "HOME-TOWN" While the pocketbook is a potent factor in any customer's buj-

STORE. son'ins price alone is not the sole consideration. Every thinking "per
i The knows an independent "Home-Town" comi
"Home-Town" merchant, to store usually cannot
get
people to do
their
ping locally, must: shoppete in prices with the large "chain store," which buys in such large

7 1. Stock items quantities that sometimes it can sell an item to the public for less
people want.
than what the local merchant has to pay his jobber for the same
2, Sell at fObligation prices. article. Every reasonable person knows that extra transportation

t Q # As to No. 1: costs, too, must be paid by merchants in the smaller communitiesThey .

If is realize you can buy an automobile in Detroit for less than you
as often
3 chant doesn't so carry in the stock case in smaller communities, the local mer- can in Florida. And no one begrudges any merchant a fair profit
an item the
shopper
wants
that
the pective buyer usually goes to the nearest large town or, turns pros-to The average person expects, and is willing, therefore, to pay a

mail-order catalogue. Not only does the merchant lose that little more for some articles when he or she "Buys At Home" Obviously -

his particular sale, but he loses an opportunity to get that buyer Into then if "Buy At Home" campaign is to succeed,,1 it I is up
store. He, and his fellow to each'merchant
"Home-Town" to make
lose merchants, also keep his prices as low as he can and still
several may
other sales, for the customer who a fair profit.
makes
nearby a trip to a
larger
city usually buys several other articles while he
is
r THINK IT OVER, PLEASE.

( This is the
? second in a series advertisements
designed to promote the welfare and
progress of the Venice Area.





VENICE LAND COMPANY




Robert S. Baynard
VENICE
FLORIDA .
PRESIDIO D. Roebuck"IN
PHONES: OFFICE
3581 HOME "" SSf.
BUSINESS TO HELP ANA a R
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VENICE GONDOLIER FaceS 1 I

NCE SUSPENDEDby found guilty of intoxication, indecent -
Officer Louis Ador- exposure and disorderly

(unday night after a dis- conduct. Mayor Clyde V. Rigel Venice Bowlakade "
3a Block To The Beach"Gulf
on the Tamlaml Trail, suspended a 30-day Jail sentence Summer LeagueTeam

Bred Bradford of Mur- upon condition she remain away ViewApartmenb

Lt Monday in city court wag from Venice for the next 90 days. W L Pint a

--- Venice Food .,.. .It 4 11,198
--- Smltty'aMuthiKlliti.. ... .12 < 11121 3 Rooms and BathSUMMEHTRATES

'" ......... .11 T 12670
Venice Laundry .... .....IU I 12,789 : .
Beauty Aid SuggestionA La TundaBankeri .. .,, I 10 12,688 K $50 MONTHP.
..... ... 8 10 11.367 CLUBLADIES
suggestion for an aid to beauty: Let ui Baptists ."............ I 18 13.117 I ARC WELCOME O. Box ;
603 Veniceor
4e ? take over your hair problem. We know how Hlgcl ..... ... .................. 4 14 12,207 Open 12.:Noon 1 p.to m.12 to I d p.m.l ht8und.y.

t ; to bring out hidden beauty In hair Results this week: Bankers defeat' ) North Venice Nassau St. J. F. Key, Phone Venice 2961
your ed La Tondu, I to 1, Smltty defeated Prop.
thought was dull and unattractive. Call 2603 BaptlBU t to 1: Venice Food defeated

\ for an appointment. Venice Laundry t to 1; Mith-
edicts defeated Hlgel'a, I to I. .
ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP AVERAGES

(Compiled by Frank Raeburn CHARCOAL
It Office Arcade Temporarily Closed Mondays Venice League Secretary) 2/ .lb. Bag 25c 5-lb. Bag 35c

AA 04 Jones Venice Food ................ .... .171
Ullllanw Venice Kond .170 STAINLESS STEEL DOUBLE BOILERS
JoaHHrti Venice Laundry.170
il. <'ur .'cHKl, Kmlttye .........._._,....16f GATES V.BELTS FOR REFRIGERATORS.
J. Cur....,.l. Bmllty ......... ...... .161
Nave. Hindu i ........._....... ". .16U WASHING MACHINES, LAWN MOTORS ETC.
A Privilege to Live In FloridaA Mirrltt, Venice Food.. .1,8 BERKELEY ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS
W.III.lonker.Kink.ndull.tntn. ., .... .... .. IH 350 Gale. Per Hour 750 Gall. Per Hour
Laundry .161
Distinction to Live In Venice II. Duke La Tonda ...... . .1.0
H Duke, Methodists IU TAYLOR HARDWARE
Hitrlch Ln Tends .118
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor T.. \\redi.. Methodists .. .IIT 203 W. Venice Ave. Phone 2892
1 V iiler.eth V. Laundry .117
llarlmur La Ti.nda .. 142
Smith Venice Fnod ... .111
7>.lirl.r, Baptists .. .. IIU
IStburn Hmltt}'a .139
I'r""rord. Baptists .. .138
VENICE 0 FLORIDA lllnlMfflK MrlhmllKliionkl.v .I3M
Venire Laundry .13.
Unnll Itiiptlmii ... .137
Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf fender l linker ... 137
lirnhnrJ Smllty'n ?.. ?. .. .. ...137
ilunehev Bankers ..
IM ill, I:n Tiiida : ... : :13.1
Rich mltly" .... ... ... ..:
I King 1ilgel'e l lI ..132
I Inlock M,.thndieta .
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NOTICE! Edge, DankiraV.lwm .. .131
llnptlxIHThnnmn. . .. ...131
Venice FondStfphi 4130 I
'n DnptlHt .. .130 .
Smitty's Cocktail Lounge r*. \\nt\c. MithndlMKUnllfV .128

Bankers .128
Will Be Closed Temporarily
1. ninnetht Venice Laundry ../.128
Starting Next Monday Aug. 5 Mi'Ni II, La T"ndnI .. .126
,
\r"n. lllgcl'a .. .122
Reopening Monday, Aug. 26


PACKAGE STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN RALPH WILHELM .1

[10 A. M. TO 7 P. M. WEEKDAYS 1 TO 7 P. M. SUNDAYSSmitty's PLUMBING AND REPAIRS, HEATING J & J AIRCRAFT, INC.

Tavern "No Job Too Large, No Job AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS ;
Too Small"
Venice 2315 > Sarasota 70.542 VENICE 2551 VENICE2'1 SARASOTA 6306 i
|125 South Tamlaml Trail VENICE



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VENICE BOWLAKADE WOMEN'S BOWLING LEAGUESCHEDULE 11







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(All Matches Start at 8 p. m. .-,t Where Established, :

Wolf's I Sinclair Service Venice Bowlakade I
Averages Shown After Each Player's Name) I


Virginia Wilson, 106 MONDAY, AUGUST 5 Fanny Lindahl, 71

Helen Curwood, 103 Venice Bay Trailer Park va. Neetlewood Gift Shop Tillie Warren :
Wolf'i Sinclair Service va. Neitlewood Gift Shop

Bernadine Dawes 122. Lee Torchiana, 96 .:
,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7
Venice Garage vi. Venice Bowlakade Grace Kaiser
Lois Nelson, 106 I

Pratt (Capt.) 101
Evelyn :
MONDAY, AUGUST 12
Kay Wright.. (Capt.), 106
Venice Garage vi. Wolfe Sinclair Service :

Palm Grill va. Venice Bowlakade :

Nestlewood Gift Shop WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14 Venice Bay Trailer Park :

Neetlewood Gift Shop va. Venice Bay Trailer Park '
Bernie Potaby .109
Penny Hull, 124 :.
MONDAY, AUGUST 19
Marjorie Adorjan, 125 :
Anne Suns, 107 Palm Grill va. Neitlewood Gift Shop

Venice Bay Trailer Park vt. Venice Garage Bernice Shanley j
Alice Lumley, 77

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21 Virginia Ponder 97 :

Georgette Duke, 105 Venice Bowlakade ve. Wolf'a Sinclair Service :

Mae Wrede (Capt.), 123 It:
Bina Moore! (Cap), 97 r MONDAY, AUGUST 26 e

Palm Grill vi. Wolf'a Sinclair Service'

Venice Bay Trailer Park va. Venice Bowlakade Palm Grill .t.:

Venice Garage WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28 '.:
Margaret Cooper 106
,
Neetlewood Gift Shop va. Venice Garage e

Ruth Kuykendall, 126 MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2 Mabel Surls, 99 :

M auree Crary'n va. Venice Garage Helen Williams, 110 :

Venice Bowlakade va. Neitlewood Gift Shop
Carolyn
Thompson Jennie Adrian, 86 :

Anita Koogler, 104 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 :
Lou Raeburn (Capt.) 94
Wolf'a 81nclalr Service vs. Venice Bay Trailer Park Mary ,
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j FINED $15 TARPONContinued CHURCHES- J L'Opm P m, Toung. Evening Fellowsbl 9
V. Higsl last Tues- Thursday j 8e
WOODARD'S Mayor Clyde Tau p m
( from Page 1) Prayer and Mi4.
day fined J. T. White, Negro liv- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH aunt "' 'I"": '
LUNCHEONETTEGulf -
of Sarasota His tarpon
ing In the Venice quarters, $15 Hoffman Nassau It Miami Avenue CHURCH
Theatre Bldg. ... VenIceDouble.Dlp weighed 124tt pounds.Both Venice* 0' QOD
Venice
and ordered him to work 10 dayson D. Campbell Crawford. Putor AveeWRev.
the city streets, following his weighmasters, E. O. BradYof 10 a,m. Bible Clan C. Venice
( Venlce-Nokomls and Harold W. 11 a,m. Morning aervloe. 10 1111-11a. Sunday'ecA of r 4
Ice Cream arrest by Chief of Police Gerry 6.'!0 p.m. II Wm- Preaching
Pestotnik for disorderly conduct. Chaney of Sarasota, were praised 7 10 pn Evening service.WwJnSday 710: p.ln. Preaching,
Sodas highly by all concerned for the 7:80 fm. Midweekprayer Thursday, 7:30: pm,
v and VISITORSMr. I service Service race N,
Sundaes and Mrs. Don Border, who excellent work they did during the VENICE.NOKOMIS' METHODISTCHURCH -

now operate a tourist court at Fort affair. T::MW2K >
Breakfasts Lauderdale, but formerly lived in Among those who won prizes in Bay Point, Nokomis 10 ev In. Sunday A'S't'
I H Maurier Felton, Minster Morning Service :
Lunches Venice, visited Mr. and Mrs. the various special classificationswas 10 aim Sunday SchooLII P. m Evening ;aervicV "
l Dinner Smjth Brohard of 517 South No- John Hill of Osprey, whose a.m. Morning Worahlp P. m., prayer meeting. '

I I komis avenue this week. 98-pounder took second award, a
$100 Victory bond, in the light
tackle division. Reservations Now
te'"y Being Accepted V

'$'4 EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS CLASSIFIEDADS Valencia

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t X 'I' "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection" Il k
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(lc a word first te words, le each tws a I Le7/i'
additional word. Minimum' charge,
. J. J. (Joe) G. L (Kin) for Sc.: moro Cain than with one Ad.insertion Special of rates the 432 Armada Road South
: t same ad. Ads will be accepted over
JOSSART KINCAID the telephone (2911) up to a p. m.. VENICE, FLORIDA
fhurad.y. with understanding, ad.vertiser
I will remit payment prompt. REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHED
i.'IlI Mohler Bldg. Temporary Phone Iy.) Each unit contains living: room, bedroom (twin beds), Dines,
kitchenette and bath.
,"t;{ 113 W. Venice Ave VENICE 2172 Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice FloridaWOLF'S

} I FOR SALE

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CHICKEN and Kqulpmcnt-Ai>proxl.mauh .
I 2,000' impxhlre Red from
L "We Don't Cover the Earth, But We Can Cover 8 to 11 lr w xlir erks,0101 raiwoliy liatu>rl 15wi.. and hickni electric ) -

>. !USD equipment i| fcr cleaning andlrf BACK
, Your House or Building" < .lnir chlikmn, Including electric !
ticker. Hurry :title, Ikx,] 14, Laurel
83T9.ONT .

: WE HAVE PLENTY OF COW fim.f..r I'e' f or In minei I am again operating my former
,. )' i',1 t, '43. line helf.r, 13 months oM service station at the northwest
f'; <>nt heifer three months old corner of
t", Hox] 4', Laurel i,r phone mice
OUTSIDE
Tamiami Trail and
j 34H Venice Avenue, featuring .

WANTED > courteous service and quality prod.
f. HOUSE
, ucts.
WANT TO Dry OR RENT for nut
season S or t room cottage or house
PAINTIN In "enl<'*, Prefer about an acre of Come in let's get reacquainted
r>f ground Dont mind improving
place Stunt be reasonable III can't
par Inflation prices Give descrip- C. H. WolfWOLF'S
tlon Would like snapshot of place
Y -e Qt. .- 1 Gal. 2 Gals. Ante Oindollerenlce Immediate: Box B, Venice


I 5 Gals. WANTED . . SINCLAIR SERVICETamiami

Houses and Buildings

' VENICE LUMBER CO. OF ALL TYPES Trail and Venice Avenue

1 To Move or Wreck Phone 2972 Venice
412 hit Venice Ave, Near Seaboard Depot Venice 2632
Phone 2682, THOS. J. McNEIL
Inquire Club La Tends, Venice
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NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP









F'H THANK YOU . WE PLEDGE

e e e e
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,t
r In announcing that I have sold drug
l my store to
: Although we plan some changes one of the

Louis J. Pappas and J. M. Dick, two wsll-known Florida
i first being the adoption of a new name, "The Rexafl

pharmacists, may I express my appreciation to all of
Store," we pledge that there will be no change in

you who have patronized Lanier's during the
past several -
the
establishment's basic policy "Prescription Always
years I have been in business in Venice?
Have Been And Always Will Be The Most Important -


Even though I have disposed of my store here, and Part of Our Business." As in the past, you can


have business interests elsewhere, Venice will continue count on your "Rexall Store" pharmacist filling your

to be my home. doctor's prescriptions accurately and well We will


Again, thank you. serve you to the best of our ability and will appreciateyour

continued patronage.

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#: Tom Lanier Louis J. Pappas Jf.M.DickPhone










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