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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: September 6, 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
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE
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"Where the 0 GONDOLIER

Tamiami Trail esuce Classified Ads

Meets the Open Will Bring

Gulf of Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA Quick Result

GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS Phone 2961

LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD

[VOL I.NO. 27
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1946
I PRICE FIVE CENTS t.


PATIO HOTEL EDITORIAL 50 SOUTH GULF COAST GROWERSTO


KING READIED Congratulations to No-Vel Post No. 159 of the American
Legion

public enterprise-the for its highly successful 1946 Labor handling Day celebration of its first in Venice.major HOLD 'EXPRESS' MEETINGIN

It
OR REOPENINGPreparations elaborate was not the largest affair of its kind, nor the most

nation's best.Particularly, but. with sincere pride we claim it was one of the VENICE NEXT WEDNESDAYFrom


to reopen the outstanding we believe, was the "right-on-
schedule"
1 Patio hotel on West Venice handling of the day's manifold activities. Con- 40 to 50 South Gulf Coast fruit and vegetable
sidering the
(avenue under new manage- members fact that No-Vel post is so new that many of its growers are expected to attend a meeting in Community
have
(nent in the near future areUder the only nodding acquaintance with each other, hall here at 8 p.m. next Wednesday, September 11, under
way this week. The 32Boom way in.which the Legionnaires ran off pnrh pw'nt- with sponsorship of the Florida Express Shippers association. '

hostelry was closed earlyhis almost professional, clockwork precision was-tr"u remarkable unier purpose of the meeting ,

summer by Mrs. Thelma and contributed greatly to the crowd's enjoyment of the will be to discuss ways and means

resch.. morning-to-midnight celebration. of cutting down the length of time SCHOOLS OPEN

)lr. and Mrs. James M. Mere Commander Thomas M Wrede, jr, and General Chair- now required to get perishablesfrom
man Boyd Sharp, together with their this district to northern mar-
of Fort Wayne, Ind., have hard-working commit-
kin oxer the hotel and are in tees, rate a vote of sincere thanks. kets, as well as to educe handling NEXT MONDAYSchool

of negotiations through But others-many others-also should be credited with costs.

1VN. Wimmers, Venice realtor, playing important parts in making the affair such an out- Growers from Bradenton to as
standing achievement.The far south as Naples invited bells
(for purchase of the entire Cope- are to next Monday morn-
wives attend, said O. M Alrith of Bra ing at 8:45
and will
d Court building, in which are friends of the Legionnnaires, who so : herald the start
housed The Rexall Store, the Ven- cheerfully pitched in to help; the horsemen and boatmen and denton, who camEl to Venice yes- of the 1946 fall term at Venice-

|let post office, the ArcadeBarber airmen from Sarasota and other neighboring communitieswho terday to make arrangements for Nokomis high school and Engle-

Shop, and the Arcade Beauty Shop, gladly joined with our own to entertain the crowd; the the meeting. Alrich told Baxter wood, Laurel and Osprey elemen-
sound trucks brought to Venice Dye and Frank Roebuck, sales- tary schools. Near-record enroll-
aa well as the El Patio hotel. by Lamar Rose of Punta
Gorda and Army Recruiting Sergeant James P. Davis of manager of the Venice Land Co., ments are expected at the local
To Be Open All Year
Sarasota Tobe Futch that Venice was chosen as the site schools
; and his volunteer fish fry cooks the
Their nephew and niece, Mr. ; of the meeting because of its "mid-
Nokomis, Englewood, Laurel, Osprey and Venice merchantsand James A. Hightower of Venice,
and Mrs Howard
Whaley of Lansing way" location.
I individuals who so generously donated and assistant to Verman Kimbrough,
Mich, will operate the hotel and money merchandise "Not only association members,
loaned
equipment-all these and man others county superintendent of public
and plan to keep it open on a u but all growers and others interested
|I deserve and I Instruction
praise thanks said the bus carrying
year-around basis. They arrivedfrom in speeding fruit and
up
I But the one single outstanding factor in the success of students from this city to the high
I the north last week and im- vegetables shipments," he declared,
the celebration was the crowd itself. It was a friendly, good- school in Nokomis and the gram-
mediately started renovation of "are invited to attend the meet-
the hotel. natured assemblage that came prepared to make tolerant Ing. mar school in Laurel will leave the

allowance for the Legionnaires' first attempt at staging sucha Edgewood district about 8:10: a.m. ,
The McClures spent last winter community-wide affair. Everyone wanted to see that the -o- and depart from in front of the
FALL PLANTING STARTED
in Punta Gorda and liked Floridaso day was a success.. Even the youngsters had that spirit of Rexall Store about 8:30: a.m.
G. W Freeman
of the
well that they manager
returned
district last June with the express to this friendly co-operation. And because of it, things did go well all Manhattan Farms near Venice, Mrs. A. L. Blalock president of ,
day long. the Venice-Nokomis High School
yesterday repotted a good start
or purpose around of Venice.acquiring property in Yes The Gondolier is proud of the No-Vel Legionnaires'success (Continued on page 2) P.-T.A., announced that oigani-

in staging last Monday's celebration, but even prouder zation's first meeting of the fall

of the friendly people who made it possible. Drivers'Licenses term will be held at the school at :l
Charm Beauty Salon B p.m. next Tuesday. A receptionwill

Opens Next MondayWith On Sale at Venice be given for the faculty of t
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION
the school and all parents are Invited '
the latest equipment and And EnglewoodFor .

[ fixtures of unusual beauty, the ATTRACTS CROWD OF 2,0001 the first time in the historyof I Staff Complete x

Charm Beauty Salon, 223 West Sarasota county, drivers' licenses George Mitchell county school "

I Miami avenue, Venice, will open Coming from points as far away as St. Petersburg and Wauchula, this week were placed on board member, meanwhile announced )

for business next Monday, Sept- I more than 2000 persons Invaded Venice last Monday to witness and I sale not only at the county courthouse that the high school +

ember 9Trutie. take part in the big Labor Day celebration staged by No-Vel Post i but in Venice and Englewood teaching staff has been completed ,

Nelson and Lucile Bla- No. 159 of the American Legion. as well.New with the addition of a new com-

I lock, owners extend a cordial in- Starting at 10:30: a.m. with neia-. 1947 licenses. and renewals. merce teacher, Mrs. Amy Leonard

vitation to all to visit the ultra- events on Venice beach for the I may be obtained from 9 a.m. to (Continued on Page 3)T

|smart beauty shop. children, the day's program was : NEW COUNTY NAMES noon from Mrs. Mary Beach at the

carried on through the dance that local Chamber U. S.
A complete beauty service will Richard H. Gedney, Venice of Commerce office, Engineers
I be offered ended in the K M I. gym at mid- or at the J D. Tate store in Engle-
featuring Helene Curtis real estate man, this week returned Channel HearingIs
I sad Rayette cold waves, Kooler- night without a single major mishap from a business.vacation wood, until September 15.
l\ to mar the crowd's enjoyment. As an added service to residentsof
a\e machineless Called OffPostponement
and Thermique trip to the north, but has had
I machine waves. Highlights no opportunity yet to look over this district, Harry A Beach,
Highlights of the day included the many entries submitted In C of C secretary, said the licenses "indefinitely" of
-- a one-mile swimming race won by also will be issued from 7 to ft the public hearing on channel Improvement -
TO INSTALL I I the contest for "the most suit
SIGNALThe
Perry T Patterson of Sarasota, able" name for the proposed p.m. next Monday and Tuesday of Dona and Roberts
city council has authorized with Walker Johnson of that city nights at his office. He explainedthe bays, slated to be held next Thurs-
week's
ChIef new county. Watch next
of Police Gerry Pestotnik placing second; a 12-mile boat evening hours are designed to day in the Venice city hall, was
to Gondolier for further details.Meet
order
be a stop-and-go signal, to race won by Dick Taylor of Nokomis make it easier for people employed announced this week

mounted on a pedestal in the in his fast "Stormy Weather during the day to obtain their licenses Major Blase Nemeth, acting U

middle of the intersection of the ," with Albert Webster of Osprey Tonight to S. district engineer in Jacksonville -

Tamiami- Trail and Venice avenueIfe'teS finishing second; the fish fry After September 15, local resi- advised H. S. Bowden, president -
Make PlansA
on the beach in early afternoon, Tarpon dents will have to obtain their licenses of the Venice-NokomIs

[ and quarterhorse racing at the meeting to discuss plans for from the office of County Chamber of Commerce, o f the

W a the R I airport. In late afternoon. next year's Tarpon Tournamentwill Judge Forrest Chapman in the postponement.

Although final figures will not be held in the VeniceNokomis court house in Sarasota I "Owing to the curtailment of

TEftlPEAATUAU RAINFALL be tabulated until the post's meeting Chamber of Commerce officeat October 1 is the deadline for War Department activities and ex-

cats High Low Inch.. at 8:30: o'clock next Monday 8 o'clock tonight. renewal of licenses. Persons fail- penditures in keeping with the

nt PrtI'lou.ly. recorded ...._.____.4.4. night at Community hall in Ve- boat ing to get their permits by that economy program of the President
,
AUIf. ao All local guides, owners
.__...
...
Bal 72 10.05 M. date will have to take drivers' of the United States Ne-
Thomas
AUIf. II .._.'0 720.00 nice, both Commander hotel and apartment men, and i Major
Toral sun for August -.___ Wrede, Jr., and General Chair- others interested in sports fish- tests. The renewal period for per- meth wrote to Bowden, "the public
: sere. : 7E.-.0.16 man Boyd Sharp reported the La- attend.V sons out of state runs from Sept- hearing is postponed indefinitely -
: invited to
: .::: ::: :=:: : bor Day affair was a financial as ing plans are I ember 3 to December 31. ."
Hamlin Sarasota sportsman
T.
,
: : 71.-.0.00
., : < :=::: 71.--.0.00: well as entertainment success. and cartoonist-creator of "Alley
IPff Sept 8 _
1/1 date II 73..0.0T Appreciation Oop," is expected to be a guest.
this month ___012 "Thanks to the splendid sup- Ben Dunn of Nokomis called the SUBSCRIPTION ORDER

Tide Table. port given to us by our local and meeting at the request of H S. VENICE GONDOLIER,

out-of-town friends," Sharp said, Bowden, C. of C. president.
VENICE INLET P. O. Box 632,
(Punts "we have gotten the post's building Florida.
Rasa i CorrtetloHigh. 1) Venice
Bill fund off to a fine start. On behalfof K CLUB SOLD

r"sat: aegis e... I:15a mt 4:Low 46pmI the post I want to thank every- Sale of the K Club, Venice bil- Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
Bun Sept. T ...:: :;J8 :m: :19pm: : |one, including our local merchants,
Sept I ... _.1!::49a.m. 4:10*.m. for their aid in making our first liards parlor at 111 North Nassau year ($2.50) -- six months (1.50 ----,

*>*, Sept. IT" _.11 10::67 26::m m: d:88a.m.6:06p.m.;: : : Labor Day celebration such an street, to his son, Jimmy Keys, and or three months ($1) -

". '11:16 m I: 8pmI outstanding success Ben Dunn was announced yester- (Check which)
Sepl. 10.... : : : :
1:10a.m.: :45am
Tb., Sept. 12 Noon 7:08p.m.: Frank Raeburn, refreshmentsand day by J. M Keys, co-owner of (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)

h .. 11 __'1 1::41p.m 14a.m.: : tin::m: prize chairman, listed the fol- the Venice Bowlakade. The elder Name

Sept.,. 11 1: 0 m T 11am lowing individuals and firms the club for
TM, B'Pt. 11 J8pm: : : t:06p.m.8:189.m:1ap.m.;: : : among those who contributed cash Keys had operated Address .
168 m 7 (Sam nine
the past years.
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I I VENICE GONDOLIER LIFE IN THE ROAR ;KAN I F ar quick Scratchjn relict trots f 04 Gall

j word but I will ftclung Caused
: I "I do not agree with/ a you say 'thlett'.foOt,tcabteo,pmplaanEa

q defend with> my life your right/ to say {VOLTAIRE ootdrtiotr.0.0.P.PaesCel/ryoe.use pure cord, A':r Ke

Published every Friday. Editorial and business. office, 314 West Gressel.quickly calm..and Inuiue stattte.; Itching,Soothes apt:( :
Venice Avenue Venice Florida. P. O Box 632. Telephone Venice 2961 i Proves it.or money back Don: 35e' InoIborrii
dnnat today lot D. D. o.pit =
Entered as second.elm matter June 6, 1946 at the post office
I at Venice, Florida under the Act of March 3, 1879. On Sale at

Subscription rates: One year, $2.50; six months, $150; three 11tG i? THE REXALL STORE

I I months, $1. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 SwoRSWCLLDwER Venice, Florida
words: 1 cent per word for each additional word. -
I ,t1w.Y
CARROLL H. WILLIAMS .._.___ Editor and Publisher
HELEN WILLIAMS ... .. .. .. .. .. Office Manager
,. Yes r1Y

f I To Honor TeachersAt I[Two Youths Fined Na

Church Sunday In City CourtAs Are YOMtI

d I It"
Next Sunday will be Teachers an aftermath of a minor Wai'

I I1cc"iitlon! Day at the enicek r.utomobile accident on East Venice -

.t" ?:'klllJ> Method church it was avenue near the Tamlaml loss of
the KeI '. : Trail last Sunday, Carl E Burkett
: i noun ltd! yesterday b\ \
a !. -1aul'iece Felton pastor "r Venice appeared before MayorChde ..c!lOll!

'. 1'\"I1<1t.0I15 to attend the 11am \'. Higel in city court Monday \ -
j -.enice have been extended to all on a charge of allowing an unauthorIzed kill Herts One Of The Bill)

I teachers in school if this distr ct. person to drive Home Ways To Build Up Red BJoojJ

Parents of school children also lie pleaded guilty and was fin- Tou girls who surfer from limit
t I menu or Who lose i: .
.,re especially invited to be present ed $10 suspended on condition the monthly periods that rI1l' .* dudil,
PaJlbe
*
..I t the morning sen'Ice, \\ner of the parked car his auto w tired, weak drac m -UUlItqh *
due to low _
The youth of the church willhive I struck was reimbursed for the cost start " = today try Lis E. ,
' .: chaise of the Sunday e\e- I I of repairs.William. TABLETS-one the reds plot

I In u ten ice, with Herschal Wes- I I Bailey, 18, of Seaboard buUd Wood-iron tonics Jt, a buy to help
HOW TIMES MUSTI TtLUVOU MOTTO up red blc a to .
ler pl'eSWll1g. Virginia Bowden and avenue, pleaded guilty to a disorderly LET THE BABY PLAY WITH KN>VES/ strength and encrgy-in DU'H tact ass
Marian Smith who were delegates : conduct charge and was am Plakham's Tablets.h t build up Ill
QoawrT of
the b .
it' the recent Florida Conference I fined $5. tent, by reiaforcln. tLa Ivery baemogbles hapa.
, Motlcust Youth Fellowship Assembly GROWERSContinued Venice Police Of red blood cells.

will be the speakersBOWLING SON IS BORN Get New CarA dajn-then Just try ace Plnkhum if Tables for I
Birth of a son to Sergeant andMrs. ( from Page 1)) markably benefit, y u'd.'ubstdu It
,. Chevrolet Master sedan AHIfdiaLPinkham'sTAOUTS
-- ---- + new
I James B, Fox of Laurel, at toward fall crops, despite a short'
delivered to Chiefof
yesterday was
the Sarasota hospital September of labor
age
Police Gerry Pestotnlk by the On Sale at
2. was disclosed this week.amed 150
IS FUN! lie contemplates having Altrmn Chevrolet Co of Sarasota, THE
James Benjamin Fox, Jr, the baby of \anousegetables, and I REXALL STORE
acres after the city council at its meetinglast Venice
11 Florida
weighed seven pounds, ounces
has 60 In I
already acres cucum-
Tuesday night at the city hall
bers and 20 acres in peppers A,
1*' "+Ix' authorized purchase of the car.
I dragline Is being used at presentto
RALPH WILHELM
PiMoimk plans to go to Tampa
HELPS BUILDUPRESISTANCE
clean the canals on the farm
1 PLUMBING, HEATING
early next week to have a two-
AND REPAIRS"No so as to eliminate excess water
radio installed in the machine
dhl l Job Too Large, No Job from the autumn rains. way
Too Small" The council also raised Festot-
Venice 2315 Sarasota 70542P. Freeman aly> reported other nik's salary to $200 per month,
0, Box 1S32 Sarasota farms In this vicinity also are against
1 after delegating certain street department
showing action end stated
pros
'4; duties to him when
/1- I pects for good crops and a good Street Foreman Thomas Eddy'i MONTHLYPAIl

,I. I market are "promising". I resignation was accepted.ENGLEWOOD .


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Tamlaml Trail
a 1 Mile North of Venice ELECTRIC COMPANY
Bay Street and Indiana Av"
NOKOMISLODGE ENGLEWOOD"Good
VENICEBOWLAKADE WIll, Better Business.
FOllow Fair Deal no"

K CLUB Nokomls. Fla. Venice 2872 Member FRED J.No.KRUEA Vtl' Post Prop No 159 When Taken

.' LADIES ARE WELCOME Thruout
GRILL OPEN7a.m.toIIpmi. Open 12 Noon to 12 MidnIght The Month a
I Sundays: 1 p. m. to I p.m. .
North Venice Nassau St J. F.Prop.r Keys. A Privilege to Live In FloridaA
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Distinction to Live In Venice


H. N. WIMMERSRealtor AIM A Fin Stomachic Tone)

\. r It a B Everything for Lydia I Plnklums Vegetable Cm
pound Don None thAn J just .roll"
monthly pain when caused by f.aifunctional
J' Your Garden monthly an;uriwncrt :
Isere
l
j VENICE FLORIDA due to this came Plnlt .ml C-
i EDGERS RAKES I pound has a aootnlnn citrus, on CM*
woman s most Import* it crgaBl
I Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf Taken thruout the month PUI
bam Compound helps build up nutanct -
HOES TROWELS against such dress Ititlulerj
eOactlvf stomsclilo torrid

i RUBBER HOSE TkMUMls Upon Thousands
f If Crand Women Hwlpec-!

Y EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS There an no opiates In PlnUi> .
r Compound.. It's crude from Mother N"
tut*s own wholesome root sad< bull
COME AND GET YOURS plus Vitamin B., It HELM NAtU'1.
No. 2 Size "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand 3' ,OUsands upon thousand-ol Some
t GALVANIZED 10 and 12 Qt. Inspection"J. havereportedremarillbltbtll'
WASHTUBS PAILS flu U you suffer like till*-
urge you to Plu"124
"t $1.60 55c J. (Joe) G. L (Kin) t Compound At all a drugstores.five and 4ooaleriaL


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VENICE LUMBER CO. VEGETABLE COMPOUND>>
Bldfl
a ya 412 East Venice Ave., Near Seaboard Depot Venice 2632 323 W. Venice Ave Temporary Phone On Sale at
VENICE 2172 THE REXALL STORE

Venice. Florida __
STARS ON PARADE
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September 6, 1D49 VENICE GONDOLIER '
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to Daytona Beach.

Crawford The Rev. D. Campbell Crawford I Thompson-Heatwole ty," and his bride are at home at
,
of VENICE
[ome Bride brother of the bride and pastor of BOWLAKADEMEN'S Wedding Adrian's, on South Tamiami Trail.
SaturdayIn
old Zeiglera the church, officiated at the cere- LEAGUE

mony Sunday. The bride, who was a quiet ceremony held last DAUGHTER BORN

[ double ring ceremony held given in marriage by her father, Saturday evening at the First Bap- Weighing seven pounds 12

first Baptist church In Ve- had Miss Gayle Zeigler, sister of La Team TIII"I& .. .. .W L Pine tist church in Venice, Miss Ruth ounces, a daughter was born at
Sunday afternoon, Miss the groom, her UimlHtarnlie .. ...... a u 2 'm86 Heatwole
last as maid of honor, \ .a U ;- daughter of Mrs. Bessie Sarasota hospital September 2 to
Crawford, daughter of MrIllrs and Miss Betty Zeigler, also a sis- .\'rnle0, Flsd Laundry. .. ':.: .:::: : imlrllln'l Smith of Englewood, was marriedto Mr. and Mrs A. V. Moremen of

Don C. Crawford of ter of groom, served as brides- 111".1.\ ... .?. ... ....2 2 I 21184 William P. Thompson, son of Laurel Shores. She was named
the bride of Herrigler maid. smitty'01 .. .. 0 1963tethIAlt VIr,
and Mrs.
ala, became : \ '''' JU8IIIIHI A. A. Thompson of Barbara Jean.
\ .:, :.: : :: ::: :
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zeigler acted as best man, K lixnkrrs flub .. ....." ........0 a 21116rVua'jftiinkVre : Englewood. The Rev. D. Camp

Zeigler of Nokomis.e with Douglas Arnall and Fred Nelson Results thla work: IJulitiste.0 deteated bell Crawford officiated
will be at home In Sit)It 1y's. a In O. \drllln' d..III.. ItI Gas StomachRelieved
couple
as ushers. .. Mrs. Helen on
I' Curwood
If' 2 to 1; I.a T"ula defeated 1"lh, served as
residence in Nokomisthis I ",U.I.. 3 tuI U \' ,
prince week-end. They will re- Mrs. Douglas Arnall, pianist, : :I :!; Velnice Laundry de.' matron of honor and Dorist Whit- in 5 minutes or
this a td 0. double back
furnished the wedding music. aker acted .. your. money. ... .
I as best ,
Ithere until their own Nokomis man. When...Mr ?t. ,,n rh It i .411 |a nfii, .M,11"1.Inl .
> HHir il I 'in "irn "I"I t uillrprwrll
constructed. The newly A reception was held in the recreation A reception was held after the .o the l.>,,l1l-Vts. tut,II,li," k."". f.t
is .jmpl;millr' I.-.u1.; me.le;I::,I: =:..I'I' tar. 1 II "II a".j
f to return to- rooms of the church fol- Venice Bowlakade Tikicii. No nmt'n In a
scheduled
ceremony at the
are home of the "Ina or double four mmrr hk ua More uf buttl
honeymoon trip lowing the ceremony, with Miss u XIo: at all d"Uhl',
oW from a Women's groom's mother.
Laura Hammond and Miss Doro- League On Sale at

thy Russell, both of Sarasota, assisting Thompson, Venice auto paint THE REXALL STORE

in the eer\'ing. i shop owner better know as "Scot- Venice, Florida
Skin Team W L
cbing T1,11fPark' Pins,
11 t a"
til. s. n J" It i x:170:
SCHOOLSContinued :\, Hi, ..a..l, .7 r. 611,8
Slop Srudlinl Here It II: lul':nl' a |
i :
I'din:; drill : 10 m; VETERANS!
Quick! Eire and Comfort ( from ', '
( Page 1) 1'.1.1. nara" I 10 Li1{ :
Iliat atamliM. powerful. pen- Sproull of Sarasota. l;,' .uhs lo-t \C..lnrsdny., Trnll,.' Learn to Fly at Government
n, awn* Emerald I OH inafound lie also announced Park:, "d"t,1 \\,11' limits,'. J InI ,. ExpenseWe
i : I ''1'''"' 'I
; "
:l >a fro II' : that Duvall Boone has :a %U/,4M ."n! Offer An 8-Weeki'
Iallptltlsrell' t t:.: : p.m.\',n.i at. II. : Courts Leading to
'' :trill 1 linulukdik .
been tr. t
eslaa IIlI.'III' { and loitiiuf appointed to act as part-time \, \\,1', :alt "h.nit p. vs..11. A Private Pilot I License
I, iiulnon ttuUbics other ,Janitor at the Laurel school.
sous
.
gaily ii km New Class Starts Sept. 15
M: the Intense l"' 'IT., Hightower yesterday advised LOCAL YOUTH INJURED

it.,..ing:"t stinging, 'qul'kl"h'II. :vl) ;ld- ,--, Homer Mikesell, new Ve-No-IIi Clarence L. Franklin, son ofMrs J & J AIRCRAFT INC.

d. principal, that the Woman's club- : Dorothy Fields, Venice post- ,
ef Fmcrald AUTHORIZED
nrlclnal ERCOUPE DEALERS
in bottle house
the
c.,' Ion<_ h near school, recently master, suffered cuts about the
P. O. Box 291
4. ,1 i i satisfied purchased by the school board, face and head early last Tuesday VENICE 2551 VENICE, SARASOTA (308

On Sale at will be ready for occupancy In a : morning when he lost control ofhis

HE REXALL STORE week or two. The building will car on the Tamiaml Trail ..i

Venice, Florida house several classrooms. I about eight miles south of Sarasota -

and it overturned. A companion MASTER TOMMY, 4 year old, and Matter Jon, 5 years )

James W. Jones of Venice,, the excellent progress made In music by
Reservations Now escaped injury, although the ma- their elders, have decided, after considerable thought, to study
piano. They would like to be Joined by mother gentleman or
Being Accepted chine was badly damaged in the
charming young lady of about the same vintage who would be
k16 mishap. Interested In seeking musical' happlnen.
JJark terrace 1
GROUP OF 3, TWO LESSONS WEEKLY FOR

FOUR WEEKS-$10 EACH
(Apartments CLASSIFIEDADS

ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC
ATTRACTIVE, NEWLY FURNISHED AND DECORATEDEach
804 Groveland, Venice 325 Laurel, Sarasota
i Unit, contains Living Room Bedroom (Twin Beds), Dnette.Kltchnetta ((20 a word first 20 worda, le each
and Bath additional, word. MinImum churns,
Rdu aoddeSlleal J.taJ seS1 10 owlet" Lie. Cash with Ad. Special rates
.cps a sap for more than one Insertion of the
LOUIS APPOLSON, Box 164, Venice, Florida same ad Ads will be accepted over
the telephone (2961) up to t p. m.
rhursday wIth understanding ad. 1
vert'ltr Iy.' will, remit payment prompt. (![ Your AppearanceIs


Your Fortune
COOLINGDrinks REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ,


In Tall, 3 Bay Locations + Do Not Neglect

1J7 Fruitage. three bedrooms.
Frosty GlassesTo two lmih unfurnished at ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP "

Quench Your $40,000 Phone 2603

::;u' Road Frontage. 130'; Cay Post Office Arcade Venice t
1 Summer ThirstSmitty's Pn.nlnge. Three bfdroom Iliathi Closed Mondays

Guest home, t room ?ri
1 bath 60 citrus trees.Furnished .
U 111111111111111111111111 + 1111 t 1111 UI 44'++
Tavern at
$37,500 INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE

125 s, Tami.mi Trill and PACKAGE STORE Four Iwdrmmm, two buthaSen VENICE FLORIDA
VENICE 'ant'a room and nhcmtr ,
Two wells on properly Completely Homeiltei On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties i
furnished, ready to live
Acreage Farms Rentals
In. possession on payment of
purchase, price of
$30,000H. RICHARD H. GEDNEY

VENICENOKOMISBANK

N. Wimmers Rayta eoed REAL ESTATE Aoh..

REALTOR
VENICE, FLORIDA Box 261 Phone 3311Theatre '. ',
Building Venice, Fla. >

VENICE, FLORIDA 111111111111111111111111111111111111111 tllIlIl+4'1
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"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member EASONSincreasing WHY

millions Reservation Now .

of. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Snap Back With Being Accepted


$5000 Maximum Insurance $RIOOH Valencia
For Each Depositor
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432 Armada Road South

VENICE, FLORIDA -

Dellgnecl to ipeedilr relieve REDECORATED AND NEWLY FURNISHED
D, v.g headache and painful Each unit contains living room, bedroom (twin beds), Dinette, .
the UtoomforU: of neuralgl kitchenette and bath. '

ft i Measured dove! in powder Write DAN D. OPRISIU, Box 218, Venice Florida
r form fat QUiC"I.Im11atJoD..
PALM BEAUTY SHOP

n PJooI t4 = t forU -
II1Ula (1M can "Intulm

Standard V. S. P. Isigredlents Why let defective

208 St. Augustine Ave. D LiboMI.or1 teited, OOI1tzo11ecL terfere with the
home, or the i

VENICE E) 1& =:36e :.,01 n.oDIoOautloDl business, when a McKINNEYMato
will bring you speedy,
VII only YBaTor dSreoMd. service

CLOSEDTEMPORARILY ..

C. W.
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VENICE PLUMBING SHOPPhone
On Sale at
THE REXALL STORE 2153 Venice P. 0. Box 14R

Venice Florida


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I Page II- VENICE GONDOLIER s Friday. September

i -, leen Ball Earl Drymon, Bill Ivey,
LABOR DAY -
Miltqp Mikesell, James Childers
Dickie McLeod, Harvey Lee Clemens -
(Continued from Page 1) NEWHOURS
and Mrs.
WHISKEYW Webb Chenault,
materials or services, and apologized Pat Ham.In .

Now Have an Excellent Stock of Fin Whiskies on Hand in advance for any name inadvertently addition to the winners, Jim
omitted: of Sarasota and Jim Wil-
'Including the Following Favorite Brandt: Drymon
Leo Kropp Englewood; Smitt)'. liams of Osprey competed In the

CALVERT SCHENLEY BELLOWS 'I Tavern Hsgfli. Appliances, Venice boat race. Judges were Ben Dunn, Starting ..
Next
Food Shop Venice Garage, ftexall Bruce Rigby and Pete Edge. Mwdiy, V
PAUL JONES- THREE FEATHERS KINSEY I Store. Lowe Grocery, Taylor Winning horses and their ownersin Sept. 9, We Will Be Ow ..
i Hardware. Xestlewood Gift Shop, ,
MOUNT VERNON OLD THOMPSON the quarterhorse racing were:
Larger Variety Store, Venice Pearson
"Sea Biscuit, Doug ;
WILLIAM PENN HARWOOD'S I GondoLer, Stone 8a.m.to9p.lItDaily
Palm Grill, "Prince," Port Keene, "Cracker",
i IMPERIAL COREY'SBonder's I'Gro"e. Kentucky Military Insti- Carl Curry; "Beauty," Richard
tu'e Venice Beach Casino, Sarasota Ed Hunter
Curry; "K-Boy, ;
Feed Co., J. and J. Aircraft
"
| "Prince,
"Duke, Buck Hawkins;
Package Store 'A. E. Edge Englewood Electric Ike Tatum; "Gold Dust," John
I',Co., Venice Garage, Alpha Music Saturdays and
Sunday
Melton.
207 West Venice Ave. Venice I ,
Shop, Nokomis: Dairy, '
I Package Store. ponder"I' Jockeys included Doug Pearson, 8 a. m. to 10 p.n.

l 'I i Lack' of space prevents a detailed : Bob Curry, Dickie McLeod, Bobby

I listing, but winners of various -I McLeod,H. P. Wright, Bud Laferty The Reu./J Stag n
,
P. O. BOX 42 NOKOMIS FLA. PHONE 3533 prizes during the morning field Jack Adams, Vernon McGee, J
events included: Jack Fitzgerald,
't Harvey Lee Clemons, and Clarada P. 0. Arcade{ Phone 111 s'
Joseph Keys, Katherine Taylor,
BOLDT AND SONS Barbara Keys, Sonny Phillips, Cocking. Judges were Bob Me VENICE N
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Billy Ringo, Wilma Hinkley, Ay- Lead and Louis Hawkins.
c
Plumbing Waterproofing V

Painting, Exterior and Interior s,

Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication
TRIXIE AND LUCILE r

6N
FREE ESTIMATESPEARSON'SONTHEMYAKKA

Announce the Opening of
M 1
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r.:. CHARM BEAUTY SALON r


( Miles Due East of Venice r
223 West Miami Avenue
SALT WATER s
FRESH WATER VENICEMonday
FISHING r

Sept. 9 s r

Cottages Boats Picnics i

Hours: 9am.to5p.m.
Overnight Guests By Reservation
Saturday 9 a. m. to 12 Noon
CALL VENICE 3594 FOR DETAILS OF
Call 2811 For An Appointment
THE WEEKEND SPECIAL
P. 0. Box 96 Venice

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S. Baynard VENICE FLORIDA Frank D. Roebuck

PRESIDENT
PHONES;OFFICE 1111 HOME Ian ALt. MANAGlR

"IN BUSINESS TO HELP
BUILD
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