Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00068
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00068
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Id Building.Code STORES MEMORIAL CLOSE DAY FOR Plan Community PicnicAt I

oes Not Forbid Business life of Venice virtually Beach Next Thursday t
came to a halt today as
nearly all stores, the post of
i icated Houses fice, and various other establishments
closed their doors in To Start 'Rec' ProgramFirst j
-1 first place! observance of Memorial Day.

Tted encountering"of 'Is The Rexall Store, however Is
prefabricated .. obstacles in otherjjle maintaining usual hours for of the many recreational activities to be staged In Venice ,
houses welcomed In the convenience of the
Venice public.
and Nokomis this summer for both adults will be '
structurally youngsters and a 1
sate.Tway i! color guard from No-Vel '
Post No. 159. American Legion, basket picnic at Venice Beach at 6 p.m. next Thursday June 5. I
Building restrictions in Venice, placed the flag at half-mast This announcement was made I
despite contrary erroneous be. on the big KMI flagpole this yesterday by Jack Wilkinson, Tarpon
liefs, are not excessively rigid and morning and Commander general chairman of the recreational 130-Pound
there are no price Ralph O Simpson urged all
restrictions of
11w any sort now within the city. business firms and residents of program.A Now Holds Second 1.
this area to display the colors "children's beach party" will
Those facts were brought out today as a mark of respect for be held at Venice Beach earlier Place in !
during a general discussion of our heroic war dead. Tourney
that same day starting at 2:30:
ting the West
building the direction of Mrs. '
gallon District, highlighted here, which Anne Surls, president of the p.m. The P.-TA. Is sponsoringthe Furnishing dramatic proof that
''to obtain fundsrtghtsofway last Tuesday night's Legion auxiliary, members of event and members of that the fish "are running: bigger this
for meeting of the Venice Business her organization this morning organization will be on hand to local guides have claimed .
year, as
Association, held In the office of decorated veterans' graves in help care for the children I
Waterway run- the Chamber of Commerce. Chairman the cemeteries at Nokomis a 130-pound silver king was
ers to Tarpon O L. Kincaid presided. Osprey and Englewood. Free Drinks landed off Venice Wednesday by

k became law Wilkinson said the alms of the George E. Cowden of Warren, Pa I''
I False IdeasIn
Mlllard Cald- entire summer recreational pro- It Is the second biggest catch ..

response to questions raised Diplomas Given grap will be outlined at the eve- entered in the 1947 Tarpon Tournament ....
by various members and visitors, ning basket picnic and urged that
vldes for levy- being exceeded only by "
I mill tax for ob- Including Paul Engman of Nokomis To 13 High everyone plan to attend. Free cold i
funds In theta and William H Hall and Or, drinks will be served, but those

Manatee, C. S. Waite of Venice, City Councilman School StudentsDiplomas attending are asked to bring their HOOKS 900-LB. RAY 1

Hlllsborough Finn Caspersen asserted own cups or glasses. Ten-year-old Billy Joseph,
most of the talk about it being were awarded to 10 Meanwhile formerly of West Harlfirld,
rlghts-of-way other planned activities Conn. but resident of
hard to build In Venice is based girls and three boys of Venice- now a \1 I
are getting under hooked
be obtained lie way Nokomis last Sunday a
a. Army engl- upon erroneous information."As Nokomis High School last Wednesday announced Herbert H. Meyers, 900-pound manta ray In the I
for tentative a matter of fact," Casper- night by Vet'man Kim- publicity chairman. Gulf off Venice Inlet while
brough, county superintendent of fishing for tarpon aboard the
aterway from a sen declared, "our building codeIs On Tuesday night, June 10, a "Carolee," skippered by Bill r,
public Instruction In a colorful
Inlet Jo the' the same as one which is in "movie" show will be staged and Joseph with Willard Taylor
y. It would run use In 450 cities throughout the ceremony in the school auditorium i on the night of Friday June 13, along as guide I t
nation. First The address of the eveningwas The huge ray was harpooned -
i the beach adopted In 1927 it i a big "Amateur Night" presenta-
ap- given by the Rev. F. Hendley by Taylor and was then I
has been :
feet from year to tlon is planned.
inland, Anyone Interested towed Into the Venice Inlet i'
Jelks welcoming speech
I two alternatend year to keep up with changing I In taking part In the "Amateur docks. The largest Patch in lo-
Venice were conditions and Improved methodsof given by Doris Futch. I Night" program Is asked to get in cal waters for some time, the
using materials. During the ceremony Princi- touch enormous ray attracted much
immediately with Paul
ogress, but Reps .
.. an economy 'Venice does not demand anything pal Homer E. Mikesell presented Ooldensteln, phone 2663.

\ICed a bill that unreasonable from prospective medals to students excelling in Hobbyists also will play an Important I

' any further ac- builders; all we ask is that citizenship, scholarship and athletics part in the summer's ac- the lU'/ .pounder boated last !

i last report, the the buildings be safe from a They were, respectively, tivities. During the second week week by Otto Schedler of Milwaukee -

pending before (Continued on page two) (Continued on page three) (Continued on page two) Wls.Cowden.. f

Ittee on PublicReports fishing with Capt. Ben '

NEW VENICE GOLF CLUB OWNERS ADVISE Seale as his guide, boated his

I tarpon after a 55-minute battle.
MAYOR HIGEL OF DEVELOPMENT PLANSMayor He used heavy tackle. I'

It was a doubly enjoyable vic-

es, Clyde V. Hlgel yesterday and It is expected that final action quire, if possible, and operate the tory for the Warren, Pa., man, ''It
announced receipt of a letter from will be taken some time In Venice Golf and Country Club. (Continued on page three) ;t I

54 Col. A. C. Earnshaw, representing June. "It is our thought that the club

the group of Philadelphians "The time now seems opportune should be operated as a social and i

Saturday, con- who are taking over the Venice to advise you, as our mayor, recreational center for the perm- I Coming Events I

, Englewood, No- Golf and Country ClUb, in which of the plans and objectives of anent, adult citizens of Venice.
id Osprey under' plans for development of the club this project. Some of my associ- The plans contemplate the restoration

auxiliary of No- are disclosed. ates have been frequent visitorsto of the club house, with an Friday, May 30

American Le433 Colonel Earnshaw emphasizedthat Venice and are desirous of excellent restaurant the rebuild 7 pm.. Annual budget and

it was re- primarily, the club will be making this city their permanenthome. ing of the golf course, the con pledge dinner of the Venlce-No

r by Mrs. Ruth operated "as a social and recrea- In order to have a sub- struction of a swimming pool. komis Methodist Church, In KMI

laJnnan of the tional center for the permanent, stantial part in the life of the tennis courts and other sports 'dining room.

ajge.If adult citizens of Venice." He asked community they decided to ac- facilities. The plans also include 8 p.m., American Legion bene- ,"

for "friendly Interest' and the erection en the club groundsof fit party, KMI dining room. I

the sale totalfugh of 830 counsel" from Mayor Higel, city Earnshaws Leave a group of attractive houses. I Sunday, June 1 1 i

jrkcndall express- officials, and civic and other local When completed the project will 8 p.m., Presentation of trophiesto :
organizations. For provide a place where members members of Venice Food Shop tI
to the
pot only PhiladelphiaColonel i
i the In releasing the letter for publication can at reasonable cost, entertain bowling team. Men's League ,
but to puberatlon. I
Proceeds Mayor Higel observed and Mrs. A. C. Earn their friends and guests; where champions, at Venice Bowlakade. s
that he felt certain the new club they can find amusement, enter- ;
Tuesday, June 3
the Legion auxll- shaw left today for Philadelphia,
o page two) owners would find a friendly where they will attend a meet- tainment and recreation in a 8 p.m., city council meets, city
welcome to Venice and could congenial, friendly atmosphere."The hall.
Ing of the directors of the recently -
count on hearty cooperationfrom chartered corporation that Intends success of the club de- 8 p.m., Auxiliary of No-Vel Post

heR I Ir all concerned.The to rebuild and operate the pends in a large degree upon the No. 159, American Legion, meets, '.

letter follows: Venice Country Club. I friendly spirit of co-operation of Venice Air Base clubhouse. f''

"My dear Mr. Hlgel: While in the north they will the city government the cham- Wednesday, June 4 \

.. Low RAINFALLHigh leek" "I have just been advised thata visit their daughter, Ruth Earn- ber of commerce, civic organizations 9 p.m., Softball game, City of
and the individual
.... .."....... 0.00 charter has been granted by the shaw Lo, who spent the winter In Venice. citizensof Venice vs. City of Sarasota, at
: 87 67 0.110 state to a new corporation form Venice and who Is sailing for May I bespeak for myself Payne Park, Sarasota. (Preliminary -
.......811 69 050 ed by a group of my associatesfor China next month. and my associates your game starts at 7.30: p.m.)

..... 85 70 0.00 the purpose of purchasing the Colonel and Mrs. Earnshaw will friendly interest and counsel, in Thursday, June 5

..... 88 72 0.00 properties of the Venice Golf and return to Venice about June 15. order that the club revitalized 2:30: pm., Children's beach party s

'. 84 70 0.35 Country Club. The negotiations Miss Emma Kirk, who was recently may life of become an added asset to the at Venice Beach, sponsored by r

".:. 83 67 0.12 looking toward the purchase and elected first vicepresidentof the community. I Venice-Nokomis P.-T.A. v

84 69 0.00 renovation of the golf club have the Venice-Nokomis Woman's Sincerely yours, 6 p.m., Basket picnic at Venice '\

month .... 1.47 been In progress for some time Club, will return with them. Col. A. C. Earnshaw" Beach, entire community invited.l .



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f e Spar slam No. II 1- mr To
from page one> ration book .b now food for 11
health and fire standpoint pounds of sugar, the Departnwnt ) .olvJ
structural. glew'
Agriculture announcrd "* will
of Ota1
I car see no
Than why thU weeks It Ing
I tVathlnrton tomorrow
": 1 reason w'i> nearly all types of also said a new nUonlnf ball game Itterok j
: homes can't be built for It pounds wig at the |IF
'j 1-t prefabricated stamp *t 3 p m
be valMatrd not later than m
: I here Venice
\ Beac-'v
: ( August 1,
-d do not agree with a word iou say, but I will defend i No Price Reactions At the present time spare Patents are
;, 1\ life your right to say it.' -VOLTA1KL Ca peren said many people stamp No. 11 also Is rod for the lON
1"I false belief that of *. It will pcnic Those
office 313 West still cling to the 10 pounds sue* expire -
.nd business I
.' 1' every Frd.r Editorial 1131. restrictions! originallypromtilgated October U.I' tend are ,lcelt ,;
nu Venice, Florid. P. O. Box 632 Phone the place to !i
t : by the B L E. 20 I Barry Wimbsh, '

.t. ;''I MEMBER NATIONAL FLORIDA EDITORIAL PRESS ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION i|years ago are still! in effect here Mrs, J. T Blalock,I"m"&
Music ProjectTo
h declared beg w ho has
--- ; "That l Is rot true no
\d 1 Entered;: as ... nd'cl... matter June 6, 1946, .t the ;post office | frame POrtation ao'
that no is
\ ,i .1 Van ice. Florida, under the Act of March_3, 1879. ':Nor "I- ,i true I' Be Discussed asked t
I i I hou'e can be built west of of Coaimtrr
i Subscription rates, One year, $2.SO; six months, $150 first! three 20 Tiail A.I 1 tl:at our building rode by 2:30: paSundaj.
months, 75e. Classified advertising retail 2 cent per word, Tuesday Night
I isdr from the safetyfactor'
word! I cent per word for each additional word. requites ,
I ., Is that the house not bean
i! I A CARROLL H. W i.UAMS ... .. : ... ., Editor and l Publisher l monstrosity or of I Musicians and others Interested

... Office M.n.ferBand architectural
HELEN WILLIAMS In music are Invited to attend
a temporary
1 an open meeting held at I Ip 6 4.AT 4.
: I M B:a'wel!, number of tie .' '...

i of,' H. Rehearsals Poppy Sales school 1 committee submitted a Chamber m next of t01 Y J I 8 0 0F

short report on the status of the w<
"t. To Start Next 'Continued from page ones discuss a musical M
school movement saying
: laa for child welfare and rehabilitation "nt'W for Venice ntty Colder
t no further action had been taken
i \VednesdayI' woik The meeting is being called by
of of them
I pending receipt a ropy Will be
Among those who participated who said Mrs PrVenice en'o' .
Paul Golden-stein
school code.Ask
1 ''1 adopted Mate
Paul Goldenstein, director of in the sale wereENGLEWOOD :
i the Venice-Nckomis High School Afis \\ili: m I IU e* la lid I R S Tllley and Mrs. James Food] '

I' band, yesterday announced that Mrs K. Phillips Th" numberup; duected the IHI;ghtower, prominent local mu.
Jonas, cialiman; I !
2 band rehearsals will be 'held every committee to request % P Haves will attend. MensLfjj. .

,J Wednesday at 8 am, during the'I" school board representative from UrirnpmJ
Mis J, A, John-
cummer at the school auditorium, this dl 'rlct. to present fact and 1
chairman Mi8 Margaret RADIOS
\ ; starting: next Wednesday June 4 ston : I figures gathered bv the V B A to
Randall MI-.S Betty Jean H:nk '
: He said that if the current PTA .' his fellow school l board members REPAIRED -a+

'I": ,.sporuored drive to obtain instruments ley I and to nine that the board pro- OPEN 8 A.M. TO 1 PAL
VENICE Mu T S, EddY, .
for the band is sue !reed with constriction of an e:c

cestful, the first of a series of chairman: MM H 'len Dik Ms 'I nuntan school ;sere immediately! VENICEBOWLA !
Francis and the Misses
e Barclay
Simdaj afternoon concerts will be Members of the committee w lj
Mary Ann Lanier, Virginia Bowden I .
i held sometime in July, attend the next board meeting ',
Gladys B"an. Jean Bea'
Children without means of support Hayes' quest,
II I Mary Ann Ha>'nes, PalsyVI)' And GrI]
transportation to the Wednesdaynorn I Busell al Hams, Kay Sjub:om. and Nana I
: : 'n band rehearsals are asked limnai: > on behalf of the Venice Radio Service 243 'sited tenon

:o assemble at 8:30 a m. at the Hall \B4, adv! rUslnj committee Phone zsn I Phone 269
OSPREY Jane \ick Sylvia
Eneltwood post office, In front of Paul Goldtnsteln, chairman of I 251en're! Aeenlce
he R 'xall Store In Venice at Grant, Patsy MurphY
i < or i iI I the post t office 'ommHtt'e reported
LAUREL Lcuuna Ball. Laura'
I the Laurel post office i that Mr. Dorothy Fcldtn.
\ Uubbard I II
'I I
Anyone desiring to contribute Ice \postmaster, already hai
i I''
Mrs. Kuvk ndall al-c !!
; to the fund being raised by the peatedl rl"que<-I\ installation of! Tarpon Center Restating
thanks for the solicitation made
r I ''I P-TA for purchase: of instru I additional boxes and othti post
1 by colored childien woikiDg i
menu for the band Is asked to un'l\ office improvement ;here, but VENICE INLET DOCKS
der the direction of their! teacher.
I ;, make chicks payable to B, E. that
apparently "
t such Improvements
I -
Mrs, A. B Poug-i! : They included PHONE 2056
:Bowen, P-TA president. Instruments James Sins Jr. of Laurel 'lIh", aloe not being made aIn a. '
or cavil: donations also sold the most popph, Inez Jackson a national scale! by the post

I : may be given to Bowen The In- Gladys \Valtu, A"dOLutha office derailment: and \'rnlCt KITX'HEN UNDER THE M\S\Uf: I IIMS

I ktruments acquired will remain Howard will have to await Its turn ( MACATEE FORMERLY Ot THE mil!

I the property of the P.TA", to be The next ,(sion of the \' j jDV7CHES
14 B A Meals'
Served s AM to Z:31 PM! Sells
i used by future hith school students RETtRNJ: HOME will be a luncheon meeting to b S\\ BEEROFT I Dill

as well as present members Mrs. D F Moore of Orovdind\ held at 12 noon Tue.daJ IIn, SP.Mto3A.M.

: I': tithe band, avenue has returned from a six I 10, at the Tapon Center R "

I I i VEFOR week vacation '!v>m with hi. I taurant at Venice Inltt
M:'s, Elizabeth: Field I and son and daulhter-jn.la Mr and HOUSE MAINTENANCE AND SERF
Mrs H T. Moore of Alexandria :
r. daughter PICNIC I
Toni, left today for a .t
short visit with relatives In Pliiltdelphia Va, and daughters, the :Misj I IloMxtood Apt:Hotel Bide Phone 20K6 219 W!

B na and Helen Moore, 'Contlnu item MERCHANT TAILORING
They expect to returnto pace 'I'I '
Venice later in the summer Ington, D. C.FOR, of'a'h'l of June it i I' planned t" ,III, ? I'PHOLSTE: INC, Cl.aaing-Made.to.Order UM!

i iGent's hobbv hell"In the vai.nt "Gle M llp Co-er, !Drapes, Etc,-Gener.l S. MRfFRirfR

SALE at 302 West Venice ..T1O\-> acuurn Cleaner., Washing
Battled avenue
for Homes Set icdPAINTINGBrush
Solitaire to the bank, Other Household Appliances
Beyond Diamond Ring under tin dir '. n '
th" Gag Main ; Outside
/ Perfect Blue White Con SWS of Mrs Ruth Kwk( ndall or Sprty-In and
Immediate Delivery Sell for $300. Those Furniture--Carprnler stork.
I desiring to
f enter
and Installation Martin Yontz men. of their hobby, work. app. SEE US NOW FOR WORK ON \OIR HOU!]
t or ware "
Venice nay Trailer! Park Interested THIS SUMMER
PROTANEGAS in either t. aching
or kainin .
a h.blJ
al': '.kld to

SERVICE FOP QUICK FFL1ABLE telephone Mr K 11:1;: ::d .,; it
,r : Strung Sarasota County SCHVICE. CALL 3593I '

1:1 Bill Ate, and Bee Ridge Rd VenicePlumbing ,****.***.........J.,..U

Sarasota : ShopBox Business \ lass towns
Y I'la Mies East of Trail I
, 14, Venice Phone 2153 AND *

I -'' :5 Professional !

) LAWN FURNITURE ; Directory

1 Solid Wood and Canvas Seat Chairs ;
.rr,as ar> tii
I Tables Benches Bar,B-Qu Grills I tsrao..aat,

r-: J.111ES EBL\DES. qcof chvld
I I LOUNGE CHAIRS and I .t fhN\ Office St. Augustine 3251-lIome\,t.D'l and Pit 2- ay special petit lent and

t PLATFORM Hour whom thief play to protect tMfllti ..
ROCKERS I I 10-lt 2 to 5, ",
I j Thursday all,1 Saturday Mtl ltO S, I""KU"
Have AKING Complete! I other disease carrying
; Assortment I Special Repellent Is s tablet
I Cartels D. t. Army relelleet
{, ROOFING with cartels materials la It!'
Table I Roof Work which were
regular repellant
I-I of All KInds t"

; '14 ''K 11"1\"i 1 \ And n I ALVIN p, JONES ; Army W olives repellant times against(Of* effective the sat

rhone 2981 Mt type .t fly and 1IOI 4sitoe
? Floor

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f 1 CO. :woquick-. Itclunc surd by scar.....
i' I "We Feather Your Nest With A oardtteia -pa.em'ncinPimple and otIootl(, BOAT COON ,
Lfle! Down'; D.D.D.halUIPTIOtI. r mdoeed. .toad & EQUIPMENT
Pl'ST A doctor'.
4 ; f GORDA ARCADIA n MVERSA Greer quxwy Jere dins.and intense milers Soot 1,0o, """"ortIa"IonaIoJa.,
1I lull
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fro wit, ( 3Sc root boult THE TRAILM
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Venice Tied I Tide-Table

r one) USED CHILDREN'S Midget I
$4. Melroy.'O. CLOTHING SOUGHTAn onto Hlh I.awFri.

appeal for children's Softball Loop ., May 30 _11:11 pm 4::50 pm .r j I
Simpson clothing to fit all ages, was Sat., May 31 ..10:20: am 4:00: am
presented made this week by Chief of Triumphant in their first two 5:34: PDl fll I
awards to Police Gerry Pestctnlk. of the starts In the American divisionof Sun., June 1 ..12:21 am 4:26: am
Jean Bean 10:42 am 8:14: pm j
local American Legion post's the Sarasota County Softball Mon., June 2 .. 20am 51am: ,
)DTs also pre- Child Welfare committee Tin League, the City of Venice nine 11:06 am 8:51: pm 1
g'lS46 win clothing may be left either at will tangle with the City of S...- Tues., June 3 .. 2:13 am 5:06: am
s', ,,' Mary Ann the police station or In the office 11:32 am 7::28 pm 8._ _
fphens. Wed, June 4 ..12:02 Dm 8:08: pm
of the
Thurs, June 5 12:34 pm 8:48: pm sass
i i of this disDAY Chamber of Commerce. AMERICAN SOFTBALL Fri., June 6 .... 1:09 pm 32pm: s 1 4 I
Chief Pestotnik said the .*....,...#:I##### ##r.rr 1} 161y .
clothing is needed by childrenof L i iSo u i| 14 '
Y several local families and City of Venice ........ .... 20 aq S.I o

anything wearable will be City of Sarasota ._....... 2 0 long, friends; till i i

gratefully received AMVETS .",..........""""..'". 0 1 *
Land o' Sun ................., 0 1 we meet again. Very

W6 auxlllary George Bet ......., ....... 0 2 nice to know you. ANY DAY'S
59, American Tarpon
uat the Venice Betty & Lou Jacobs TO
'at I pn I. (rhnt'l" / from pale one) 8 Wed ,
first place tola squad at p.m. next
-mottp. I him to rurpass the nesday In Payne Park In a game Also congratulations to Mr. B and
tI J Slick and associate for a i
presidenttopics 1251/2-jA.r caught Tuesday by that will give one of the teams slick deal. Your reputationseems ; 305 W.
toauxiliary's be his wife. s. Cowden' catch undisputed possession of first well established.

ki previously was the second heavIest place. 11ttfIVN etIIiNI1Nf.rTV ,

rturrent comJooal entrant In the tourney an4 Both nines have won two and .i I 711 mvtstzLn mf rrrt7r[[liSS 7:3C7R
still ranks as the heaviest fish '''''''''''' E""""""'
pro- lost
none in "American League"
landed In the women's division.In .
Play. A Privilege to Liv. In Florida j
14 contrast to last week's slack Venice, with Byron Jones on I Cri!
A Distinction !. Live
period, due to unfavorable weather
the mound, handed the AMVETSa .1.1I
conditions this week saw many : 10 to 0 licking last Friday night

tarpon brought Into the Venice I and scored Its second victory last I H. N. WIMMERS 1.I 1.
Inlet Docks for weighing by Bud. I
I Wednesday night In an overtime
dy Ringo. Forty-seven fish were' thriller, beating Land o' SunCreamery I Re.hrrI

boated over the week-end, with 6-5 I VENICE FLORIDA
i the biggest, of the lot being the
The two teams were tied at
..Repairjkatloa 100-pounder landed by Joe Billie I When the Tamianii Trail Meets the Open
r 3-all In the sixth and at 4 4 in
Bcneflel, who now leads in the,
I Section) the seventh. Land o' Sun garnered
boys' division. l .. ;
one run In the first half of the
Local people and their catches eighth to grab the lead, but the

Included: Venetians came back to garner Full Line BATH ROOM ::1

nor Berniece Potaby, 58-pounder; two runs off Rowe and grab the :':
Rob'rt S. Bayna-d, 46'i-pound-: ball game. ELECTRIC MOT WATER HEATERS ,1
WATER PUMPS Copper and
sOni er; BOJ: Shanley. 83-pounder; Mr. Foster "Red" McLane pitched CLOSET
SEATS t Piece Open or II
>flristOudfly and Mrs J. T. Hill 50pounderand For Venice registering 10 strikeouts PLUMBING ACCESSORIES and

45-pounder cae".i "Buck" Whitaker, catcher, We Give ( I 1
Estimates and Contract Any Size ;
and Bill Alnger. first baseman Values"f'
were Venetian batting stars, each JOSSARTKINCAIDPLUMBING I ;

when we say Melba hitting three for four.
Is Me Clow supreme, 1, ,
323 W. Venice A.... '
we moos lust fhol. 1
toe se or slow d 9c e> "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand
' relieve contains such high CLASSIFIEDADS \1 i
*M and painful quality tobaccos. Yes, i
_neuralgia. there Is plenty of the choices
HAVANA tobacco grown eahe
i In powderesslmllation. (2. a word tint 2/1 words. Ie cock
/ Island of Cube lot every additional word. Minimum chute. -
t Melba tiger. Try one today.We 25. Cash with Ad. Special rates
r same type for.century.. will enjoy it from the for more... than ono Insertion .1 thename
Ada will be accepted ever :
tJnltd Pest to the tail puff.I the tetept..,. (3 U I) up 10 a p,.... BANK
a Thu" .
with the
r". Ingredients.controlled. 11 your dieter does .d."U.., will ron it payment
I set have Usibas, write prompll)

of tTtrjone.a 1 It16 RIt II .L Mt aS flJU U VENICE FLORIDA


directed. ,
apartment by year or for nine Member of Federal Deposit Insurance ,
d monthr. Call Mrs. Lane at 2303. i

BUSINESS PERSONALS $5000 Maximum Insurance
J+ Fo Each DepositorVENICE
fill dirt. shell Concrete work of

J JUST AINGNATURE Jan.all kinds Phone, with 3412 mixer Louis Adore


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you withy $25.00 to $50.00 I

a lovely An Acre COMPANY
She may be-
youleader Insought FEE SIMPLE DEED

a charming Purchaser to pay for abstract

do all this. Registered Real Estate :

1t you your suffersymptoms face, H. N.REALTOR Wimmers

tlafortunate VENICE. FLORIDA Now Is the Time to Buy f r';'

i Should Will forget-Plnkham'f Compound Homesite in Venice J;

tots MOM than relieve such
I monthly monthly pain. This great medicine ,
you to ALSO relieves accompanying
oui dlanervous tension Irritability, 7_ Attractive Lots for
restless, so those tired-out, mean "pick-on-
that you everyone' feelings-when due to I
Thedevilthis cause. Taken regularly Prices Reasonable
aols.ranto thruout the month-Plnkhams I I {
owes.Start Compound helps build up resis Why endue the torture fit itching
K. pinkCanoe against such distress burning skin, tormenting 1Yhea sad
to very sensible thing to do. Just other external akin Irrftatlona wbenraleful
It's fasee if you, too, don't remarkably ,telilas of users bleaeed all one relief the tram U.S.A.X_are'. 3 Nokomis Avenue Sooth fI fI"In
t And don't benefit All drugstore I Emmld OIL
Get a amall bottle from p amnujt
VEGETABLE \Ted,.Itae aunty M directed back U tor'juat not coBwietelr today Business To Help Build Venice and Venice
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)w? Rents V\'hen MajorImprovemenU District Formation In Miss The Venice hint COL Store at :

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1 < R Tort City Mrs. Tracy is the
i AFTER YOU HUE '0"IIJR\ w ;f fc:er of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. TIME ON Top

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TO SOME FRIEND ;;: .::::1' :3 : .:'.: : 1
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1: r Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof !

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VENICE, FLORIDA : ht;.: ..l J.. : : TOt Till fUttj
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I {. no P'OQ?IlTff PP ITE P.\111r.ltph'mp ,. : FLIES n

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Special Reduced Summer Rates Nov In flfedjl. 'Jr ;
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VENICE 2551 54U]
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trmhe B.1.h. Onh F"ur Bi, ,,N, im ;:,: SHOE SALE

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i ene GrJJ lr( :anJ: C/untr>' Club $2.49
IIt! P.b:.: Age >'': and Eq..prnent i I

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to!nb.' : :: -Cn ;;la>u: !I CLELUIINO OUT ENTIRE STOCK TO XLUCij!

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