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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 30, 1946
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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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00029
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Purchase of the Hollywood VENICE, FLORIDA

partment-Hotel property at preparations were be-

fonce de Leon and West Mimi Sponsored ing made today for the big
by No-Vel Post
avenues by William P. No. 159, American Legion Labor Day celebration to be

End Grace G. Pearson of Bra- staged Monday in Venice un-

enton was disclosed yester- 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m, ----_____Field Events and Stunts for children at der auspices of No-Vel Post

lay. The Pearsons also have Venice Beach. Numerous prizes. Tug- No. 159 of the American Legion -

ught the Bever's Lodge .
of-war, Venice vs. Englewood. Greased
the Expected to attract a large
roperty on Myakka nv-
nice rsix miles due east of Venice.Both pole and greased pig contests. ncnvd from Sarasota Arcadia

transactions were handled 11:00 a. m. -------------_________Swimming race, Venice Inlet to Venice chula Bradenton and, Punta other points Gorda, as Wau-far
f H. N Wimmers, Venice realtor. Beach Casino.
away us Tampa, the celebration
The Pearsons, who came from
12:30 to 1:15 p. m. _______Boat will get under way at 10.30 a. m.
Maryland to Bradenton two years ------- race over triangular course in frontof Monday and will run until mid-

o i,purchased the large two-story, Venice Beach. night, "with something doing ev-

|Mia 2S-unit Elsie apartment Witchen, who house acquired from 1:30 to 3:30: p. m. ----___________Fish fry and picnic at Venice Beach. ery general minute chairman," promise, and Boyd Thomas Sharp M.

It; last April from Emil Gonder (Children under 12 free.) A'rede, jr., commander of the local -
man They plan complete reno-
vation of the furniture, as well as 3:15 to 3:45 p. m. ---____________Air Show over airport. A Legion(glance post.at the official program

extensive Improvements to the 4 p. m. -----------______________Start of quarter-horse racing, bronco confirms their prediction, with
(building.Three major attractions expected to be
Stores Rented riding, etc., on special track on East the fish fry and quarter-horse

Three of the five stores on the Venice avenue near Seaboard railroad racing in the afternoon and the

I West Miami avenue ground Door tracks. ball In the evening at the Kentucky >

0 I lot the building have been rented Military Institute gym, '.
I already and are now being remodeled 8:30: p. m. to midnight ____________Dance, in Kentucky Military Institutegym. with music being furnished by ;

for occupancy by a dentist a Music by Jimmy Wilson's WSPB Jimmy Wilsons orchestra.

I doctor, and a large fruit shipper. orchestra. Advance Sale Good

I Another store location has tentatively Advance sale of tickets for the

( been leased, too. fish fry and dance were reported

Pearson, for many years a build- "good" by Sharp, who pointed out

(Continued on page 5) Another Doctor PlansTo Methodist Church that all other entertainment will I
be free. Children under 12 also
Vacationf School
will be admitted free to the fish

Tarpon Tournament Open Office HereDecision Ends Sessions fry on the beach.

Meeting CalledFor I Tickets may be obtained from
Marking the close of the Daily member of No-Vel now
any post
Next of another doctor to begin practice in Venice becauseof ,
FridayTo Vacation Church school conducted or on Labor Day. Three girl volunteers -
this cityi "bright future" was disclosed yesterday with the announcement
decide whether Venice shall that Dr. James E. Blades, physician and surgeon of Sidney during the past two weeks at the Virginia Ponder, Gladys
stage its Ill", will open an office in the Siede building at 208 St. Augustine Venice-Nokomis Methodist church, Bean and Evelyn Ringo, will sell
own Tarpon Tournament
avenue November 1. children of the vacation classes tickets all day Saturday at the
next year, or join again with the Dr. Blades came to Venice
yes- will
demonstration
present a and Post Office Arcade. Rev H. Mau-
Sarasota County Angler's Club in terday to sign a lease on his new display of work dur-
I New Teachers On accomplished iece Felton and Charles Wrede
promoting its big International quarters with Mrs. Helga Roess- ing the 9:45: a.m. service at the will be in charge of sales on Labor
Tarpon Tourney, a meeting of local Hand For School Siede, owner of the building. De- church next Sunday morning. Day.
guides, boat hotel and tails of the lease were handled
owners, Sept. 9 by Parents are urged to accompanythe Numerous Prizes
apartment owners and other interested Opening Frank Roebuck, salesmanager of children. Opening the day's program will

parties of the Venice-No- When school bells ring out for the Venice Land Company. Rev H Maurlece Felton, pastorof be a series of field events at Venice -

komia district will be held in the the start of the fall term at Ve- A 1935 graduate of the Schoolof I I the church reported enrollment beach, with numerous prizes

Chamber of Commerce office here nice-Nokomis high school on Monday Medicine of the University of reached a peak of 66 during the being> offered to contestants both

next Friday night at 8 o'clock. September 9, returning pupils Louisville (Ky.) Dr. Blades serv- vacation school. Children of the young and old. Sack races, climbing -

Ben Dunn, prominent Nokomis will be greeted by several new ed his internship in surgery at the Junior department will sing during a greased pole for a $10 bill

guide who is calling the meeting faculty members as well as a new I Vanderbilt hospital in Nashville, the 11 a.m. Holy Communion at its top, catching a greased pig,

at t the request of H. S. Bowden, rlncipal Tenn, and then was engaged for service at the church Sunday. three-legged races and other

President of the Venice-Nokomis In addition to Principal Homer five years in general practice at stunts, a one-mile swimming race

Chamber of Comemrce, said any- E. Mikesell who succeeds James Sidney, 111 LEAVE FOR NEW YORK from Venice Inlet to the Casinoat

one Interested in tarpon tourney, A. Hightower recently made assistant In Army Five Years Tom Lanier and his mother, the beach, a tug-of-war between -

and other sports fishing plans, is county superintendent of He subsequently entered the Mrs Gertrude Lanier, will leave teams representing Englewood -
Invited to attend the as a first lieutenant and, as and Venice all are expected -
meeting. schools, the following teachers will army Venice by train next Sunday for
lieutenant-colonel released to furnish a morning of
be on hand according to VermanKimbrough a was New York for a two week's vacation -
from active duty last January. He exciting and amusing entertainment -
county superintendent Mrs. Lanier's daughter, Mrs for the crowd.
(Continued on Last Page)
I at public instruction: S. R. McWilliams, will J join themat The afternoons festivities will

Miss Virginia McNeil, Mrs. Pearl Tate's Market .Tampa to accompany them to start off at 12:30: p, m with a boat
TEMPERATURES RAINFALL Plummer, and John S. Wilkinson race over a triangular course Inthe
Date New York. Lanier's Variety slore,
net High Lew Inches new faculty members; Miss Dellena Reopens TuesdayAt gulf in front of Venice beach,
lowly recorded _......-.l.$3 Miss owned by Mrs. Lanier, will be
FrI.. Aur. 23. .---90 710.00 Jelks, Miss Mildred McAmls, In which commercial fishing craft
3a t., Aur U _.18 710.00 Lily H Moore, and Mrs. Virginia Englewood open as usual while she Is away. (Continued on Last Page)

lun.. Aur. 2a _I' 15.0.00 E.! Wynne, members of last year's _____ ______ ___ __ u .
Won.. Au& 21 Effective this week-end, J. D.
0 74_
.01
he... Au& IT _.:' _. ." ,stall. Tate of Englewood Is taking over
wed.. Au& 21 _.1' er.--.o.so At the Laurel grade school the grocery business of Leo Kropp, SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
Tau n. 29 Principal J. B. Roberts will head
---.re 73..0.00
Total't.A who is leaving on a,, vacation trip.
date : VENICE GONDOLIER
this month 4.46 a staff consisting of one new member ,
the stock to the
Tate is moving
Mrs. Myrtle Hill, and two returning P. O. Box 632,
Tide
Tables store he operated before entering Venice, Florida.
teachers, Miss Ruth Jelks
service during the war.
VENICE INLET and Mrs. Ada Stewart. Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
(Punta Ran Correction) Tate's brother Roy, will be associated -

t Dat( Mlsh L_.. with him in the business, ..
A.. Au 30 NEW BUS STATION Bar ($2.50) -, six months ($1.50) ------,
|"It. -8:17p.m.: tttpm. although ownership of the new
? A"'. H. three months
tlta.m, .::11..81. or ($1)
Effective this week-end, the self-service Tate's Market is vest-
e! 4dop.m. SUpa. (Check which)
UD 1 T'. 1 .... Venice bus station will be and Margaret
'laILm. 16:4Sa.m. new ed in the names of J. D. -
advance
in )
(All subscriptions must be paid
Ion' Sept. _sap.tn. :Up:m. located at Wolf's Sinclair Service E. Tate.

S'i'd e.. S.Pt. I _/i/la Iose.nt.m. 11:64t.m.I:Up.m. northwest corner of Ts It is reported Kropp plans to Name
**'. <. =L-ISta. mlaml Trail and Venice av"-
faura SISpm.: enter the hardware business upon .
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VENICE GONDOLIER IN THE ROAR KANE I II ITCH CHECk'live,
but I will I LIFE
"I do not agree with a word you say, For Veldt reIJef from hduar

defend with my life your right to say VOLTAIRE = 'afoot.-Par '

Published every Frldiy. Editorial and business office, SH West SSrS : 'SfSsSl:

Venice Avenue, Venice, Florid P. O. Box 632. Telephone Venice 2961. qatddy ohm totem.> :: -HtjjJii Saothq ss,"*-F4'
l pan aait.ora.oor 'burl.Duoims,
Entered *i second-class matter June 6, 1(46, at the poet officeat : : dram today lot I Do D, Do Ihis

Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. :
On Sale at
Subscription rates: One year, $2.50; six months, $'.60; three THE
months $1. Classified advertising rate: 2 cent per word, flnt 20 REXALL STORE

I t words: 1 cent per word for each additional word. Venice, Florida

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher


I out to the ball park when Salt
WOMUIN
I Lake City was playing the Sacra

MULLIGAN mento team one week. Tony was

at the peak of his minor league

f' fame Just then. We recognized him

immediately, of course, as he passed -
When Tony Lazzerl, subject of THEil I
us in the aisle of the street car.
i Bill Erwins sports strip at the
We almost spoke as he went by,
.
bottom of this page died the other
staring at us momentarily as '
day, it meant a little more to us
though trying, to recall a face that
than simply the passing of another 40's'Were
:, was somehow vaguely familiar.
ti renowned fIgure in the world of
But we just nodded, and let it goat
baseball You see, we knew Tony
that ..
when we were kids together in San Never MeantTo
All of which may help you to
Francisco and we'd always followed understand "how come" wi Suffer Like This!

his career with more than pass
achieved a fleeting reputation
ing Interest . Ners's a tip for
for being I "sports expert"
The kid we used to watch playbill Calif. taeeneea troIblecllIJ
around Santa Cruz, years
\ VOU'EE W'K/-Mf POCTOR: SAVSl .. Tension
at Jackson playground later-In 1937, to be exact = and -
CAni OILY EAT LEAN I MEAT ty a
I "south of the slot' In San Fran We had only been working on I Weak Tired,Cranky

e cisco back In those days already the News In Santa Cruz a short I feelings-do.to )

was giving hint of being a ballplayer time, doing routine reporting, 'middlHCI'

of more than common when we suddenly became sports

ability, although none of us impeded editor of the paper, getting that I LETTERS TO THE EDITORKIND I If the functional "middle.MI'

for a minute, of course, job on account of because the period peculiar to omen mate n

that he would eventually set a regular conductor of that depart. WORDS I the help of The Gondolier, I wish suffer from hot flashes,touchy,uji.!

i minor league home run record III. and to all strung, weak nervous feelings,1IJ
ment was taken suddenly Editor, Gondolier. you success prosperity Lydia. Pinkhams Vegetable

while playing for Silt Lake CityIn .It was Just on the eve of the Dear Sir: \from yours truly, pound to relieve such symptom

the '20i, or that he would "nlckle" World Series between As a tribute to the people of EDWIN S. DALRYMPLE, Taken regularly-this great medicine

develop Into one of the greatest two New York teams, the Giants Venice and Nokomis I would say Venice. such helps"middle-age"build up resistance distress.agalot
second sackers of all time and and the Yankees, The ex-editor
that for kindness, courtesy, goodwill
be a teammate of the great had conducted a 'iporta col. not Editor, Gondolier, Thousands Upon Thousands Hripdl
and a square deal I have
Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrlg and the yum," In which he "experted" and Dear Sir: Pinkham's Compound Is one of the
met their equal anywhere,
others who made up the fame I about everything from football I notice in the last issue of the best known medicines you can tar
this applies in a general way to for this purpose. It has proved sane
out New York Yankees "Mur. to baseball. Venice Gondolier that the Venice
the of
t the winter residents as well of happiest days some Ram
derers' Row" Well had "col- city treasury has been virtually
we to produce a I came here from Nova Scotia en'i lives can often be during abet
yum" on pretty short notice, and I exhausted and that there is urgent 40".. We urge you to give PlnkhinJ
As a matter of fact, Tony was while the boom of 26 was bust Compound a fair and too-
need for additional revenue.
we didn't have the faintest idea
only one of several good ballplayers ing, to leave the few survivors est trial.Just see If It loa\
what to write about. We turned to This sad state of affairs prompts t
who played on the old holding the bag. help you, too. It's also i
the sports sections of the two San this letter. great stomachic tonic!
Jackson diamond. True
playground In a small way of furnishingfresh
francisco and In the issue of the Gondolier
he was the first player ever to hita morning papers hap vegetables to restaurants and 4&zJ llw
pened to espy a story about the previous to the last there is a
ball over the clubhouse there. families, I can't recall ever losinga
world which letter from Mr. C. K. Callaham
impending series, in VEGETABLE COMPOUNDOn
But Tony, a gangling "big for his dime-they always pay up. And
Tony Lazzerl was mentioned, Charlotte, N. C., trustee for the
age" youth, prided himself, in those the youngsters are the besttheyall ; Sale at

days, more On his pitching ability, slightly disparagingly; the writer have a wave and smile for me, Worthington Hotel, in which he THE REXALL STORE
asserting that Tony was too old pleads essentially that his Venice
than at his feats at bat. It wasn'tuntil from the cradle up. No mean ways, Venice, Florida
he got Into ball that he baseballically speaking, to be of taxes are too high and states llf
pro such as I've met in other towns; '
was converted from a hurler into much use to the Yanks; that it wa, nor ever a word of "sass. I've the taxes are any higher, you are ham himself puts on it) in making

x an Infielder whose terrific power common knowledge he might be''' watched them grow up until their going to kill YOUR town." (Capsare up his tax list, then he Is misiil

at the plate could be utilized everyday cut loose by the Yankees com kiddies greet me the same. mine.) a good bet in helping out the &-

i instead of only a couple of next year I' Now that the one-time "ghost A large factor in the valuation pleated city .treasury. This d

times a week. The item kinds Irritated us. town" is making a comeback, with of any income property for taxa- course applies also to other pro

even though we recognized the tion is the income that the prop perties similarly situated.

To be perfectly honest we kernel of truth It contained. So, erty yields. It is reasonable to assume To me it does not seem unreasonable -

really remember Tony In 'later partly because we didn't know series-like that time when, with that previous to 1946 the val- that residents of Florida

A years not 10 much as a youthful what else to write about and the bases loaded, he'd let himselfbe uation and taxes of the Worthington should have some advantage In the

baseball prodigy, but as the kid partly because of loyalty to an struck out by Grover Cleveland, Hotel were reasonable and payment of taxes over nonresidents !-
who first let
catch
ui a glimpse
old friendship, we sat down and Alexander (we think it was) and fairly well in line with that gen- The former on an averaje
of the old Italian
method of
f age pounded outs "colyum" In whichwe had ignominiously lost the game eral Idea, in spite of OPA regul- spend a much larger percentage Ii
wine
making
by throwing
quoted the writer and then and the series for the Yanks' tions their Incomes in Florida than the

grapes like affair Into and a huge then mortar-box- retorted, In effect: "Nuts... We Yeah, we worried a little Buta On Jan. 1, 1946, Mr. Callaham latter. It seems Justifiable to Usa

out the juice trampling bare even, In the heat of our argument week later, after the Yanks had more than doubled the rentals in little more the individual will
by walking
,: footed around and around over went so far as to predict won the world series four to one, the Worthington Hotel. $50 a removes from Florida the bulk Ii

that Tony would show 'em during with Tony Lazzerl getting a hit month apartments were raised to his net Florida earned Income,
s the grapes There was quitean
Italian colony close by Jack the coming world series; in every game, batting over .400, $110 $85 to well over $200, and thereby making Florida that mud

son park and Tony took three or that, "old man" or not, the San and being acknowledged by one others In about the same proportion poorer and the community Is

four of us over to watch the fascinating Francisco wop was the beat and all as THE Standout hero of Mr. Callaham no doubt con- which he takes his Florida incora

process one day fielder the Yankees had and that the series well, that's how we siders these boosts fair, equitable, that much richer.I .

he still was a mighty handy man got our undeserved reputation in honest and justifiable. Truly, hope this letter will not iii

We didn't see much of Tony for at the bat. Rashly we predicted Santa Cruz as a guy who really hotel operation costs have increased construed by the City Fatten tf

several years, although we always Tony would be the standout knew his sports some; about the same as the Venice as an invitation to rain
lead closely the newspaper accounts player of them all . And that's modest
why, as we said before cost of running the City of Venice. the taxes on our very, very
of his baseball feats Seeing all that In cold
print, Tony's death meant a little If the Venice assessor has not Venice real estate holdings.

,tyl The last time we recall actually after the paper came out, we sweat I'more to.us than simply the pass taken Into consideration the increased GEORGE W. FUNCK, lJ a

seeing him close up was on a a little Gosh! What If Tony turn ing of another renowned figure In valuation and Income from BJoomingdale, Mich.

street car in Sacramento, going ed out to be the "goat" of the the world of baseball.
the Worthington (which Mr. Calla. (for the present). _
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HEROES OF SPORT
B1 BILL ERWIN



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Congratulations To No-Vel Post No. 159,

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Labor-Da y Fish Fry ,


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INCOME PROPERTY

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RENTALS


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LAND COMPANYRobert



S.Baynard VENICE-FLORIDA, Frank D.Roebuck
PRESIDENT PHONES:OFFICI S581-HOME SSM SALES MANAGER"IN

.BUSINESS TO HELP BUILD VENICE AND VENICE VALUES"

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MUSIC PIANO Taught |Jrl Your Own ;
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J. And J. Flying VIOLIN Children Adult. me
Vets ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC
For
Class
EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS 325 Laurel St., Sarasota Groveland Ave.,, Ve"IOI|[
Starts Sept. 15

I "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"J. Veterans desiring to learn to fly
at government expense can enrollat
J. (Joe) G. L (Kin) J. and J. Aircraft1 Venice air-
port for an eight weeks' class that
: JOSSART KINCAIDMohler will start September 15, It was an-
nounced this week by Floyd Joy- SEND
Bldg. Temporary Phone ner and Ed Denham. Several stu-
313 W. Venice Ave. VENICE 2172 dents already have signed up.
Installation of a CAA-approred THEM
repair shop, to service outside
planes as well as their own, has
t Kacrvalloni Now ---- been started by J. and J., with the t
..... Being Accepted \f first machinery being installed this BACK
Valencia I week.

'Detroit Couple TOSCHOOL

Buys ApartmentsMr
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r6 i 432 Armada Road South and Mrs. Louis Appolson of
VENICE FLORIDA Detroit, Mich., have purchased the
REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHEDEach Park Terrace Aparments, consist-
unit contains living room, bedroom (twin beds), Dinette, Ing of eight attractive units, from
a kitchenette and bath. Robert S. Baynard of the Venice
Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice Florida I
Land Co.
I Mrs. Appolson arrived! in Venice! IN CLOTHES CLEANED BY
this week to ready the Menendez
street apartment house for occupancy -
I
BACK FROM SUMMER VACATION, WE WILL during the coming season.! Venice LaundryAND
Her husband, a tool and die maker,'
f RE-OPEN \\ill join her soon. Visiting her for! DRY CLEANING SERVICE
a short time are her son and:
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 205 West Venice Ave. Phone 2941
Labor Day, Sept. 2 I George Appolson of Detroit. i MRS. GEORGE SURLS MRS. W. B. BURL

Tamlaml Trail I
JIM PONDER'S 1 Mile North of Venice I

NOKOMISLODGE
""a PACKAGE LIQUORS '

a 207 West Miami Ave. Venice II I Nokomis Fla. Venice 2872

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9
I t QUALITY FOOD I pt !

OVER 1,000 BARGAINS Meats Groceries

FURNITURE OF ALL TYPES Fruits Vegetables
s
I I Many Miscellaneous Items for Office and Home Cuwufi.Galk


SPECIAL! : and Gavuj J

I 56 Gallons Industrial
per I Phone 3331
$1
ORANGE PAINT Gal. 301 W. Venice Ave.
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,I t Venice Salvage StoreMiami Tasty food, served In an atmosphere of charm
"3'/t Blocks To The Beach" and friendliness, makes Woodard'i a favorite with
Ave. at Nassau St.
I VENICE those who dine out. You, too, will like eating here.
I IX Gulf ViewApartments
f Breakfasts Lunches DinnersIce

Cream Sodas Sundaes Soft Drinks

The 3 Rooms and BathP.

PALM BEAUTY Woodard's LuncheonetteGulf
SHOP
Il 0. Box 603., Veniceor Theatre Bldg. VENICE

Phone Venice 2961
208 St. Augustine Ave. I

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GA DRIVE IN Venice Bowlakade Gas on StomachRelieved

In 5 minutes
or

Whether It's ( Women's LeagueTeam 11'hen.double. .. your money. back
Gasoline You "m.ch sold'.0. .II.Mol.eueorat_ HARDWARE
Inr ns sour obaerh and hevtnurn. d..re uxuell,
brnu rll" .
tno.teawin
J Need, or a Complete Motor Team T.hINa.m"IOII1'U Nn "la.atlve 11""b. 8.11brl.Inre medlranra like.InIn._ k..n 1M...1nr".
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1'rltlJ r Park Pins ''rr 0' double y.ltr mnnq b"OA return or
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Prompt Courteous P.RM .... e oSHI
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II 8817 THE REXALL STORE
I Venice Unrage; 1 JJ 5815
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v Here Always. Itmult thin week Trailer Pnrk defeated Venice, J
< Bott"""".. to 0; WoU' Rln-, Florida'f
lair, 1. \Hnlre,'"tlowoJd defeated Palm Grill, I ,
doll'aled"olce
VENICE GARAGE Vg" 3 tll n. Gor-
SPECIAL Good Nutrition
AND SERVICE STATION I Gnmes '.h.<1I1I..d f NOTICE"r n"xt Monday How's your hardware and
"PI1II1f have been pant' '"lud lo the All Summer tool supply? You'll find that
Tamlaml Trail & Venice Ave. VENICE I follouing: \ : Jlir"I'iy "''K'11' Feptvmbrr|
Corner
E 4 Iwcaune the Labor. Tny holiday, we have just about everything I
I II Lou vine ltueburn IIlIn"'II..d last night by Mary In the hardware line
IUllue eleeretary. '
possible to get these days, I
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priced reasonably. Why not ,
Apartments .
Sold id "
It make It a special point to'

GARBAGE SERVICE (Continued from Page 1) i buy your hardware needs,
l'lf
er of homes In the north, plans 1j now!

Collections Will Be Made: similar activity here and Is now ........ '. r
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negotiating for other property in WE ALSO CARRY :

RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT. Venice. You can eat a quick lunch Paints Housewares
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Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays 'Both my wife and I think Ve at our fountain, yet get every
essential of good nutrition In
nice has a wonderful future," he balanced, cooling menu sug Marine Hardware
BUSINESS DISTRICT told The Gondolier yesterday gestions.

Dally Except Sunday "Frankly, ever since we came toFlorida Sporting Goods"Berkeley"

we have been attractedby Sunday-Monday

[cu Need Not Burn Wastepaper, Newspapers or Magazine the layout here Venice juscnn't t SPECIALROAST Pump Agent
miss growing into one of the
Just Place Them Beside Your Canor
finest communities of Florida's
Gulf coast" TURKEY 65c TAYLORHARDWARE
| Information or Special Service Phone 2621 or 2682 I PLATE



TOM J. McNEIL The RxaU Stone. 203 W. Venice Ave.
Phone 2892 r'

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Home Ways To Build Up Red Blood

Tou plrla who suffer from simple 1
anemia or who lose to much during
monthly period that you are pale feel
tired ",eak, "
dragged out -thli may
be due to low blood-iron-
So start today-try LydIa E. Pink- --
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blood Iron tonics you can buy to help
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strength and energy-In such caseiPlnkham mDCt11D1
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> eu tirr of the blood (very important
I'd
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Your FortuneDo haemoglobin
f>{ red blood cell. ALSO WILL CARRY A PERSONAL MESSAGE ,
Just try Plnkham Tablets for 30 ALPHA will render courteous and prompt !\
service at all times, Her you will always
deyi-then Educational Books
see it ,
you too don't remarkably -
find the trees In S.re.
prices same as
Not Neglect benefit All drugitoretLydiaLPinkhanrsTABiCTS, Toys and Novelties sota. Tampa or Jacksonville'1
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THE REXALL STORE ;'ICOP2r.ho"
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Venice, Florida


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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
Auto Park Sirtra \.. Smitty'i Hlgel'i vi. Adrian's K Club

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4
Ralph Adrian Methodists v*. La Tonda
Jimmy Keys
Ails -Duffr" Lffti"Wooc THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
Venice Laundry VI. Bankers
y" Lanius Venice Food vi. K Club Bill Ainger

"Sonny" King
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 10
Bankers vi. Higel't K Club v. Methodists
Ray Duvall. Capt. Bob, Warren, Capt.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
Venice Food vs. Venice Laundry

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
Smitty'i vi.; Adrian'i La Tonda vi. Baptists

Methodists"Lonnie" TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
Adrian'i vi. La Tonda Baptists vi. Banker Venice LaundryI.
l Blalock
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 V. Biomth
Charles Wrede Methodists vi. Venice Food
H. P.
KuykendallJim
Tommy Birdsong THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER It
Higel'i" vi. K Club Venice Laundry vi Smitty'i Oakley
Herman Duke

Wrede TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 J. J. Jossart, Capt.VeniceNokomis .
Tommy Capt. Venice Laundry vi. Methodists
Smitty'i vi. La Tonda

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
r Banker vi. Adrian'i

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28
: BaptistsDoug K Club vi. Baptists Hlgel'i vi. Venice Food Bank

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1Smitty's Earl
a Arnall Edge
vi. K Club Adrian'i vi. Methodists
Don Crawford Jim Ponder
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2
Glenn Stephens .Venice Food vi. Banker H. E. Welt

Fred Nelson THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3 Herb Hanchey, Capt.Higel's .
Baptists vi. Hlgel'i La Tonda vi. Venice Laundry

Harold Zeigler, Capt. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 r
J Methodists vi. Hlgel'i La Tonda vi. K Club

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
1
Bankers vi. Smitty'i
AppliancesW.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10

Venice Food Shop Venice Venice Laundry Food vi.vi.Adrian'Baptists B. Surf.

Hershel Lewellyn TUESDAY, OCTOBER IS Vic Childers
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Baptists vi. Methodists Adrian'i vi. Venice Laundry
Jimmy Thomas Al Fenton
+t- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18
} Carroll Williams La Tonda vi. Venice Food Paul Kina

I Byron Jones, CaptSmitty's THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17 Ben Dunn, Capt.
Bankers vi. K Club Smitty'i vi. Higel'i

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22
K Club vi. Venice Laundry Methodists vi. Bankers

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 .
Higel'i vi. La Tonda
La TondaH.
THURSDAY,OCTOBER 24
Dick Rich Venice Food vi. Smltty't Baptists vi. Adrian' Dietrich

? Gerald Curwood TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29 Lee Barbour
f La Tonda vi. Bankers Venice Laundry vi. HJjel'l
l Smyth Brohard Carl Burket
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30
Fy Frank Raeburn Methodists vi. Smitty'i Jim Burke

Jud Curwood, Capt. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31
Tom McNeil, Capt.
Baptists vi. Venice Food K Club vi. Adrian'i

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REOPENS G. Stinson INN hal reopen- I Wrede RECOVERINGTom sr, of Nokomis, .Tom McNeil Takes lock; Higel's Appliances, Kenneth handicap method used in the men's

'. L.triangle Inn, after having who underwent an operation at a Over City Garbage Higel; Venice Laundry, Ann Surls; summer league. Games, will be
e a vacation trip to Tampa hospital recently, is reported Venice Food Shop, H. S. Bowden; played Tuesday, Wednesday and
ed 1 from Enroute home, dierL to be recovering nicely. Collection ServiceUnder mitty's, Smyth Brohard, LaTonda, Thursday nights at the Bowlakade.
I Ky. New OrleansIU Tom McNeil; and Methodist 'and Women bowlers meanwhile,
air from two-hour BROTHER HERE a one-year contract recently Baptists, sponsored by the two have one more week to go in their
enjoying the Alex Kaiser, formerly of Tampabut awarded him by the city churches. league. The Trailer Park and
immensely, she said. recently discharged from the council, Tom McNeil this Sunday, Play In the new loop will be on Wolf's Sinclair Service squads are
9 navy, Is now assisting his brother September 1, will take over the a scratch basis in contrast to the current leaders.

Itching Wendell Kaiser, in the operationof garbage collection system In the
zema of Venice.
the Nokomis Ice Company. city
Collections of refuse will be
turning-Distress made on Mondays, Wednesdays Why let defective plumbing In.
PAINTING DECORATING and Fridays in the residential section terfere with the livability of your
its i Qulct Ease and Comfort 1 and every day, except Sunday home, or the efficiency of your ""-
bottle of stainless powerful in the business section. business, when a phone call to us ;
a,, Moone's Emerald Oilvfir.t : will I'service '
bring 'you speedy, dependable
of application ahould five McNeil said it will no longer be
relief and a few s ort ?
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vomtorttse for housewives burn
convince you that you necessary to
.
CTtolnd the way to overthe their waste 'paper, as he will
accept -
Intense. Itching and dl C. W. McKINNEY
fc Emerald: Oil U easy. such paper along with the ..r
f ii"ple to usegreaselessdlaln.ronomlealpromotes garbage."It .
for Moone'a: merald 011.'gatli will VENICE PLUMBING SHOP
or money back-food druB.inwywnere help, though, he said,
"if they will pile newspapers and Phone 2153 Venice P. O. Box 14.IIIII.llllllllt4
On Sale at magazines alongside the can, rather ,

HE REXALL STORE Box 2049 than stuffing them into the con- +. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
F. M. LANIUS
Florida ainer."
Venice, a INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE
While every effort will be madeto

give as perfect a collection service VENICE, FLORIDA
as possible, McNeil asked that
'
A Privilege to Live In FloridaA Homeiltet On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties _
any complaints or requests for
Distinction to Live In Venice special service be telephoned to Acreage Farms Rentals
him at 2621 or 2682.
RICHARD H. GEDNEY
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor

Men's Fall Bowling Req etaued REAL ESTATE 8"s

League To Start
Box 261 Phone 3311Theatre

VENICE FLORIDA Next Tuesday NightWith Building Venice, Fli.

+1111111111111111..111111 4-1-41-11444444++++4+44444Lit. +++
Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf 10 teams now entered,

play in the men's fall kegling lea-

gue will start next Tuesday nightat
8:30: o'clcok on the Venice Bow-
P.O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS FLA. PHONE 3533 lakade alleys. The first half of the 4,
league will run for nine weeks.
The two new teams are Adram'i
Auto Park, sponsored by Mrs. Jen-
AND
BOLDT SONS
nie Adrian, and the K Club back-
ed by Jimmy Keys.
Plumbing Waterproofing
Other squads and sponsors are'eniceN.okomis : i hra
Painting, Exterior and Interior \ Bank. J.T. Bla-

Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication

RALPH WILHELM
FREE ESTIMATES PLUMBING HEATING
AND REPAIRS"No
Job Too Large, No Job
Too Small"
Venice 2315 Sarasota 70542P.
o. Box 1S32 Sarasota 1't'
. To Stand The Test of Time 1



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et y form for quick assimilation BUILDING SUPPLIES
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Proof of merit.Same type formula Lumber Paints
D over one-third century -

Standard TJ. S. P. Ingredients.taboMtory .
D tested, controlled.
Millwork Plumbing Supplies

price rang of everyone,
Bin and 38o tUet.Owitlon Hardware

: Ut only as directed.

Greater hardiness (ability to withstand all kinds U'J''TI&IJ-
of weather) and more handsome appearance area j VENICE LUMBER CO.
few of the Important advantages of building .
with concrete blocks. For prices call Venice 2151. a

Higel Bros. Concrete Products On Sale at 412 hat Venice Ave., Near Seaboard Depot Venice 2632
STORE
THE REXALL
131 Seaboard Avenue George Higel, Mgr.
Venice, Florida
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amour- C'L4RVuAa i
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STUDIED ( ALL-AROUND SPORTSMEN
JON HALL ONCE
IN CLARK
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60 INTOTHE DIPLOMATIC JF fDIDN'THAVE LOVES TO SNEAK OFF TO
THE PICTURE JON /
SERVICE JN
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A DOUBLE. HE WHERE FOLK KNOW NOtHINOfMCNIISTAR.1bn.E.
ACTUALLY MADE ALLTHOSEBN6CROUS ..,
DIVES WMSELFORrWTE / HE I IS JUST AMOlHER CITY
DOROTHY ).AMOUR WHO PLAYS t;UIYONAVACATION.HE
HAU.WA4 DISCOVERED SAYS HE REALLY FEELS
BVAStUDO TALENT SCOUT HIMSELF IN 1HW ATHOSm -
WHILE Dr1NGNKe IN A NEW)bRK / PHERE-FISHirJGVrTH" A
NIGHT CLUB. 1D WEALY FORGETS LOT OP OLD(RHIESlJHO
TILE ax ,JE I to mt PEOPLES NAMES SO HE DeNY REALIZE HEX*HE
JEW K4.LI r"M/SE 1 DI01 T MIND Tt1CIZ DNES IN CALLS EVERybNE '(00R. JA's SCREENS GREAT LOVER/

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tributed to add to the merriment.
NEW DOCTORContinued LABOR DAY -.....
In compliance with the recent
( from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) proclamation request issued by
3 was in service for five years, three from point as distant as Cortez Mayor Clyde V. Higel, virtually all PEARSON'S-ON-THE-MYAKKA
+ I of them in the Southwest Pacific and Bradenton are slated to compete stores in Venice will be closed La- 6 Miles Due East of Venice

He and Mrs. Blades came to Flor- bor Day, to permit owners and SALTWATER .
ida on a vacation trip last March The big fish fry and picnic empoyees alike to join in the FRESH WAN
will get under way at 1:30: pm, v FISHING
and at that time decided to moveto celebration. Similar closings are
with the next big event scheduledto
this state* west coast. planned by business establishmentsof
We looked over the entire Gulf be an air show over the air- Nokomis, Englewood and Laurel Boats
Cottages
coast district," he told Harry A. port from 3:15: to 3:45 p. m. Picnia

Beach, secretary of the Venice- Horn Races (H. S. Bowden, president of the Guests
Overnight By Reservation
At 4 p. m, on the specially-
Nokomis Chamber of Commerce Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Com-
yesterday, "and decided to locatein prepared track on East Venice announced Venice stores,
,
merce CALL VENICE 3594 FOR DETAILS
avenue near the Seaboard rail- OF
Venice because we recognized however, will remain all day
open
road, quarter-horse racing will THE WEEKEND SPECIALP.
the need for another physician next Wednesday, foregoing the .
I get under Approximately 100 O. Box ee, Venice
: way
here and because this city offers usual afternoon closing on that
horses are due to compete in a
has,
i the greatest possibilities-it
day)
of about 25 races, including -
program -
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sters as "Pay Street," from Ar- e
j Dr. Blades is the latest addition
cadia, "Begonia," from Wauchula,
to Venice fast growing colony of I
and the locally-famous "Cracker"and WELCOME TO VENICE
professional men which include "Little Alma" ?
Dr. T. S. Thompson, physician
I In between races, bronco busting -
and city councilman; Dr. John
dentist, and Dr. W. and other special events will
'Velxington:
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Hoeppner, phv'sician. Offices of J'I be staged, with chief interest beIng 2a MM. a1

\cl\ington and Di Hieppner centered in the performance of

now being prepared in the Hollywood ,Snake Eyes," wild Arabian mus-
Apmtment-Hotel building
tang formerly featured with the
on West Miami e\enue. I
a Hlngllng circus i

Doors of the X111 gym will be
ENGLEWOODELECTRIC
COMPANY opened at 8:30: p. m. for the Legion -
Boy Street and Ind..n. Ave. ball, with music starting at
t ENGI.EWOOD"Good
Will Better Business.' I 9 p. m. The gym will be especially
a Follow Fair O..lIng"
decorated for the occasion andfn'OI"
FRED J. KRIJE. Prop. I
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NEWLY FURNISHED AND DECORATED

Each Unit, Contains Living Kitchenette,, Room. and Bedroom Bath(Twin Beds), Dinette, FOOD SHOP

9 Rated awl IHIIJ/u. Ut&dt ttfOH. Htqutlt fa owner{ 217 West Venice Ave. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Bowden
LOUIS APPOLSON Box 164, Venice, Florida

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CREPE AND ALL-WOOL INCLUDING

R. SKIRTS Pencil Pen, Ink Eraser, Crayola. CLEAR COLORED

Rulers-Paste-Compasses PRICES
ASSORTED COLORS VARIOUS
I (Now On Display In Our Window Loose-Leaf
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and and
Fillers-Note Books .(Size For Men
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LANIER'S VARIETY STORE

213 West Venice Avenue &
VENICE
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