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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: July 4, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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I JULY 4, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS


2,928,775ssessment FREEDOM I MARCHES ON! ;

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All-day Fourth of July


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Venice 1947 assessment rollf \
12,928,775, as compared to last| II A spectacular fireworks display tonight at 8 o'clock will climax I
j f I the all-day Fourth of July celebration being staged for the entire ,
Lean total cf $2,099.200: was acvepted ,
by the city council last community at Venice Beach as a part of the Summer Recreation It ,''io

night from Mrs. Helga I Program sponsored by the P-TA and co-opeiating organization;. '7
esday. and The observance will open at 10 a m, with boys' and glils bicycle races ;,i I e. rt!
Slede, city assessor
esa A public dance will start at
council announced It will sittt 1
Je 8:30: p.m. In the KMI lobby to TAYLOR WARNS tRENT
I Its next meeting, July 15 to ,
wind up what Is expected to be
..ear petitions and complaints. I .
INCREASE
one of the biggest Independence
Slede said approximately! !
Mrs
Day celebrations in Venice's history -
il'95000 of the assessed valuation NOT AUTOMATICRents

will be available for generaltax
A three-piece orchestra will
fund purposes the higher fig.urc in Sarasota County were
furnish music for the dance
being reduced by $492.240 in not automatically Increased 15 +
Tickets will be $1.00 couple.
Kstead exemptions $41 000 in per per cent by the new rent control -

Jclwch exemptions, and $236,700In Bathing Beauties act which went into effect i

school exemptions One of the most interesting July 1, Joseph O Taylor. Sarasota "

While new construction partial- rOn events of the day will be the area rent director assured

accounted for the jump In as- Bathing Beauty Contest, to be worried tenants yeste/day. t 'a

essH 1 valuation from $2.099,000io held in front of the Casino at 5 Informed that some landlords

| JZ.9 8,775, toe: city council o'clock. Judges will choose a had taken the new law as authority -

recent action In raising assess- "Miss Tarpon (15 years and : for an immediate hike in. k

|mei i all along the line was prln oven), "Miss Pompano 9-14i. rents, Taylor said that such an

::1)1' responsible, it was pointedout. and"* "Miss Minnow," '0.8). I Impression "Is completely false' ro 11'!

t. George Gibbs owner of the The act provides that lenU / '
Mn Siede called attention to this Fourth of July, 1947, more than ever Tarpon Center is posting a $15 may be Increased as much as IS

[the fact that homestead exemp- should we be proud to be Americans. In a world of prize for the winner of the "MissTarpon" per cent If sum an increase is

ocs had Increased from $311,890 award, $10 for "MIss voluntarilY agreed to by both the R

In 1946 to $492,240 this year, turmoil, torn with bitter rivalries and conflicting ideologies Continued on page two) landlord and the tenant, the director a

Raise License Fee the United States stands forth as the one nation --- -- pointed out, o'

In another major action, the SOCIAL SERVICE "This is by no means an automatic
oUJcll passed on first reading a that is the symbol of hope for freedom-loving peopleall increase Taylor declared,

sired city occupational licenseNlnance COMMITTEE "In older to obtain it, the land
over the globe. Let us take pride in that fact -
: which provides for pay. lord must offer the tenant a valid

eDt by boarding schools of a fee let us measure up to that glorious responsibility! FORMED HEREFormation written lease extending until De-

I JIO 'for each of their first 50 -- cember 31, 1948, with rent not exceeding ( I
IIjIIJ) and $15 for each boarded of the Venice Social 15 per cent above the { t

tudent thereafter. Service Committee, to Investigateand maximum rent in effect when the + 0
While the ordinance Official ProgramJuly provide for relief in emergency .
makes no lease Is signed he explained.
mention of the Kentucky Military cases of need was accomplished Copies of such leases signed by
this week, with Harry A.
Inr.ltute. and the name of that both parties must be filed with I
school Us not brought up during Beach. secretary of the Venice- the Area Rent Office within 15 ? +

the brief discussion that preceded 4 1947 Nokomis Chamber of Commerce. days after signing, accompaniedby Y
Councilman named to serve as chairman. form
Finn Caspersen'smoon a registration-
:: that: tit be be passed on Other members of the committee which the rent office will provide,

'tug reading, it was admittedly VENICE BEACHTIME are Mrs. J. T. Blalock the I Taylor saidPardon. '
directed at KMIC Rev D. Campbell Crawford. and ,
B. E. Bowen, I
persen estimated, after the ?
''Continued EVENT IN CHARGE All individuals or organizations Virtually
on page six) I
appealed to for aid on behalf of
lo :uu am Bu\s Bicycle American 'Assured for
needy men, women or children in
rani
AIRCRAFT Race I Legion this area are urged to clear such Calvin Holder

NOW CONVERTING lo:3o: am Girls' Bicycle American welfare cases through the committee .

BIG AMPHIBIAN Race 1 legion( before contributIng. Virtually assured of a pardon,
To Co.op'rate
A OUR PBY amphibious plane 10.45: am Thr I e.l.egge.i Races Community Beach said the local group will Calvin children Holder who, was father arrested of eight last

sir flown \\omen's V\en's\ Service work in close co-operation with
,
into Venice Air Base week in Venice 13 years after he ,
this week from Montreal, Can. Boy, C ir's''! Club the county social welfare depart. escaped from a Pclfe County road 4""
ads, for whose worker, Mrs.
conversion into a passenger II ::45 am12:3ol:3o, Mil Drit ing!: Contests 1.esjionomens ment case two) gang. came back home to his '
(Continued on page
ship by Fette Aircraft Cor. family and his Job here this week..
Melon, \\ Men's, Auxiliary
Holder was leased from thee
The: big Boys', Girls': Judge
engined plane was VETS county Jail In Bartow by '
Used in CanadIan coastal patrol : : p.m. Luncheon Period LEMON BAY Roy Amidon, who placed him on f'' !

vCrk during the war Vincent P..T.\ MEET MONDAY TO probationary parole until July 2:,
Fette. 1 1:30: p.m2J5 Obstacle Races .
head of the local aircraft FORM NEW POSTWith at which time the judge will maka
f
firm Men's Boys
said Women's ,
'
conversion work will a final decision. h'
t take about 30 day. after which :aid Girls Under lo) "leirs all eligible utirjms of After receding a petition for

the plane \I III be flown to Klngs- Boys and Girls 10 and over. I In*Union Bay area of Sara- leniency signed by many Venice

on, Jamaica. I ions uoU and Charlotte counties citizens who testified to Holder
: Broad: Jumping Contests
p.m. invited to attend a mass good behavior and character since
\\omen. Men\ Girls, Bo)* Club meeting will be held In the he came hue about a year ago

W e a t h e R I II 3:4: pm. Boat Rice Ben Dunn-B. 1 E. Bowen Community clubhouse at Englewood Judge Amidon ordered Holder released -
Miter-P.-l at 8 <>'(']<><'k :Monday pending further ImestUa-
I Louis
4:15: .in. Swimming; Rice <
p night July 7, to form a new tion into ':.iH activities since ha

rl MPERATURE, RAINFALl 5.00: pm B:Ulinur Beauty Contest Judges from ,American Legion post escaped in 1934 after serving only

re'/loUsly High Low Inch.. "Miss Tarpon," Sarasota Bay Leo Kropp World War I veteran 10 days of a one.year sentencefor
reported ............
11.27 "
'.June 27 "Miss I'onlpano Post No 3o and a >Number of Nor\ chicken stealing.
84
73 0.00
;at m, June 28 88 72 0.21 "Miss Minnow" American I Legion( rot No 139 of the Legion hat The Polk County judge Intimated
June 29 91 72 000 been legated by District Holder will be freed of all

'Oil-ota), for June 30 .. 89 71 0.00 8.00: pm. Free Fireworks Jack Commander Wilfred Robarts charges if a favorable report Is

ues". JUly month 1 of June 86 73.... 11 48 Display \\"ilkinsonSpeci! of Sarasota to direct formationof received from Cale Keller district

July 2 88 0.00 ilcommittee the new post. parole supervisor who will make
68 0 00
urs, 8:30: Dance
July 3 87 69 2.83 p.m. (Continued on page fIve) ,
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Florida Caverns State Park Is SPENCER NICHOLS 'SARASOTA HIGH BAND LEADER Burglars OSPREY broke STORE Into LOOTED the

only three miles from Marlanna I DIES IN NEW YORK I HIRED ON YEAR-ROUND BASIS Mercantile night, Co.the store sheriff's last WaT1day "*

I Venice friends learned with regret High School band Is ports and stole $10 from office Its
I Voltaire Sturgls. director of the Sarasota Post *,
this week of the death in year-round basis. It was announced this week by Erse funds two carton of tisu-
now employed on a
ettes
I New York City last Monday of I Superintendent of Public Instruction Ver man Klmbrough Hamlin and a fountain pen, J, it
i Spencer Van Bokkelen Nichols, was quotedas postmaster and store
The superintendent
:165, assistant secretary of state saying: Fourth of July been owner torn, said open several by the letters tat
J
AP 4 duiinj President Wilson's admin "Under the new state programfor their search for money, it thievtlla!
istration. education, we are now beginning (Continued from page one) as being the ass reported -
third
A well-known publicist author to avail ourselves of full facilities Pompano," and $5 for "Miss Minnow the Osprey establishment 1111II

and lay church worker, Mr Nlch- ofered l toward the end we ," been broken Into during them.f*
may have a Sear around programfor PromenadeJohn four years
visitor
lots had been a frequent
study and activities for youths S Wilkinson, general
I to Venice in the years before the -
I of Sarasota County chairman of the Fourth of July
war coming here as i patient of C. Keys
He said Sturgis will be available celebration, said there will be a
the late Dr, Fred H. Albee He I MISS MINNOW Jerry
instruction to all set at the CA:;
for class promenade and dais up
contributors 4, Carol 5
was ono of the first Tate ; JacqUl'Une.1,
to the building fund of St. Mark's band students cf hlgii school age beach and a planned course inson 6, Linda Bowen, 5; 1.rrte
Episcopal Church here and was the year around at no charge to through which each contestantwill Arnall 4; Ratty Adoran, 8: Bu,

PrescriptionsDEMAND active !in Episcopal lay work InN the students pass bara Adorjan, 6; Barbara hide
<1\' Yok City and Norwalk, !Similar Program "Contestants may' use any 4. Phyllis Hider 7; Muriel Ritchie .
"NOV..HOWANnoit Conn. A similar program of free band wiles they rare to from posingto Rachel Higel'iargaret

Induction alreadY It In effect I stunts, as they go through the HigeJ. 2.: Patricia Hunter. 7, AM
for Vcnlce-Nokomis High School course" Wilkinson said. He add-
Entries
Venice will be
anyone can wrap a package acccp'cd up t(31
ihildun ItI as Waited last year ed, hastily. "Si i!p tease, of course
Wilkinson
and malt chang but to properly RADIO SERVICE pm said.
when Paul Golden'-tem local mu.Ic Is not an accepted form in this:
compound a prescription rt Mill"" PN TF"T fill I"H'Tt. :
of education ."" "E PRTaHMIF teacher offend his services contest" r
quires years training
r and experience, plus thorough fiee Since the summer vacation Among the entrants up to noon
domination by the ttati fiticr .t' 8I'i I'd. OoldenMoln still serving! yesterday in the bathing beauty

plioni demand know.Sow, We without recompense, has been contests were: SHOESdfj
1 hov it.'Mlle. conducting band practice unions MISS RPOV-Iiene: London

at the school every Wednesday at I Bernie Potabv, Betty Reading! I
Rexui! Store 9 a 111. :il c rO*,:PA\O Kay

''',..,Hint, Sun S", I.li.h"lCClllt Flte'1'HUllll F':-. HM'UIHIIMAIh.-> : In an effort to obtain band In- I b'oni: 9: MPI'( :ir Adoijan, 13-.1; I Deke's Shoe Repair
\ I HUM-: Jk'JYOJ iumcnt the V'nlee.Nokomli i Ann Fiances Frankl, 13: Mary e Next I* FI '
w-1 I'l I It I: \ : ... ., ,. .
H I"rn. A. .ni' I I I (Venice A* C; .,
i I
".1 I t.HF P-TA !has born conducting a Jane G'ass! Joyce Huil, Barbara ?
1 :1P I campa'pn! for donations of either I.
inrtrnlnenor I'ah Latest donation -
-',' : Flown the- New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet reported was a music FOR SALE

( OME IV IJT I"S SHOW : land con+iiU'"d this week by I
.. I vrccktni several Government
\'01' TUN n m: TILT lJnl'n) MurphCunn'iithan, a e-n Sur-
,\ .:\
V nice.NTokopii- framing, windows and doors: rubber rcofme
',' High. ,
r: ; 'J I ::11! : "m PL :CiEii HOPS SlaOI .
-- and other salvage material for sale in tmall
I ..;% 111 IL>' IN 8 EAST LESSONS
rn.-n. \lllm.I,1| | I Mliod ('lIl1nU''lI InroCnuntJ : :Social Service

J i J J ,\MR( :in.\ INC.1l ( 'Con) mipd from page ono> quantities.P. L HaynesVenice

l F 0 'lovntr P O Gox 291 E, T Denham Fh!Ipo't, corner to Venice once a I l '
\ I ';.O; 2S51 VhMCF; SARASOTA ,6306 uoi-k in addition to making ena < Army Air Base i iI
that 1 .
n ca'-i of need !in this
did of the count af tak"ii nil"
of piorrptlv, the conmitt: w:111:1 |
Tarpon Center RestaurantVENICE be in a portion l to puven dup.ia'loi : I I' TRADE IN VENICE AT
of contilbutlcnsRfCtnt A HOME-OWNED

', .
\ Beach said Itvi ,
INLET DOCKS dlfco\' rrd one fam'lv! w':&<. bill Mahogany Chest of Draw :it
I'I'OM: : 2050 I aided from !:x dirr"rt'nt 'OIK: "- with Mirror

( TK2i: nonis A I DAY Creation of the local: RIO'tp wo'
balled b\ Count Judge rmr: ...
JnT' liP: T'moif THE ,,MtNMC.FMI: OF :
( u.\.... :MU .Ull. lOtMIKM OI TIM HE%T"Vt ,\ Chapman, with the slalt men: 'I"one ;;,11- ROCKERS I 1Ii1
"
of the finest forward 't v'p 1
j ..t ,s.MI M 10 2:"0 t' '*!. _- 1 PM to D T .f.tXDlt'lT.ti :hatou people have moots i';"fIve '
; 1,11't -CIT ll'JIMvs ;
Platform and {
known JFiJ
9 1''I: .MFsmill's Ire." anything about \ (

Cordon HicM Porch
countvt inPI 1
> vice officer Joined Jud<-

j Chapman In, pledging 100 pfrcrnt rKICE] FURNITURE (U)
co-np] ration! ," d'I11I1: "
i t t tavern t Vou peal.)le have don'a fine :il \\'. Venice Ave. R. O. HAINES I'l 31'3

t bins in Ceiling up i t.u- cum n't-:
tee COMI'lITF HOME DfCORATING SECViFr
125 South Ttrz'amrrsil!
: Venice
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"Best Drinks it Tow.--At Popular! Prices"

Delicious!: SarJw'chss.-.Whfn! You Are Hungry YOU ARK INVITED TO VISIT



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@frr/.SlOPIn and I>.joyJ Th I management of IUl I ociiNPCR: in co-operation with tl'.
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: ::; HMM1R RLCR: (-:-TONAL( : |. PROGRAM pr.\,
sponsored by %
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-. / -... :,_. ;] A Cool I, Refreshing, will) otter the fJllowin awards to the winners of the bathing b eau''
YV* H"i fsr-r .rX, contest:

Tropical Drink .

MRS TARPON $15.00

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POMPANO $10.00


I Runt MISS MINNOW $ 5.00
Cola I . 2.3cRuin .

De sure to attend the community celebration on the beautiful Venice

Collins :35c Gulf Beach.Come .

early and stay for the fire works and dance in the evening.

C conga . 40c
Something doing all'day long and you can bring your lunch or patron

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lAND CLEARING Manager, Four Players From Venice mmmwtt"IPIl: II I II III ",' 'III' WSCS TO HOLD l,
..... work I I
.... .4 S.Wi.
.
1 l t
H.ht UT.nea.llldos r. Iael.b In All-Star Softball Game Tonight I PERSONALSTaking I 'THRIFT SHOP' ,

SALE NEXT FRIDAYWith :j
Clemons & Wagner AIl-SUac teams representing the American
and National
loops of
p 0 Sea 97DOUGHNUTS the Count Softball League a belated wedding trip used articles of varf list VENICE will Clash In a benefit lame at 8 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. T A. Patton of Ven-
tonight at Payne Park In Sarasota. ice have left to visit relatives in kinds for sale a "thrift shop" t.1l

Grady Taylor manager of' the New York City. They also will be open next Friday In the KIlt
league-leading Venice ing out three hits visit in Connecticut Rochester
nine will In four tries NokomIs
storeroom on North avenue *
N. Y_ and Cleveland 0., before
manage the American Leaguers Intonight's and driving In three runs. Cen- 9
returning to Venice this fair- starting at a.m.
contest Pour members terflelder Mikesell got two hits In
Mr.
DAT and Mrs. Vernon O Beattie
NEAT
FRESH It will be sponsored by the local
of the local squad were chosen to three trips to bat. one a double. plan to leave Venice Monday for

35c DozenVENICE I play on the All-Star squad at a The victory gave Venice a rec the North. Work on their new ,I committee of the Woman"
meeting of home near the beach Is progressing Society of Christian Service' of
I managers held in San ord of seven games won '
as
steadily ;the Venice-Nokomis Met. suist
I against one loss, which occurredIn C. L. Schenck of Atlanta. Church. Mrs. M Cousins sUit
AMERICAN; LEAGUE early season play when the brother-in-law of Harry SJoblom, I I
r proceeds will be used to finance
STANDINGSW Venetians dropped a game to the flew down from the Georgia city
last week-end on a combined business I local activities.
City of Sarasota nine which Is
L Pet. in trip to Tampa and visit at
Venice .._.._._... .. 7 1 .875 second place with six wins and the SJoblom residence hereAFTER I

Sarasota _.....?...... 6 2 .750 two losses. aa-

Bet .. 2 4 .333 Last Monday night's Venice YOU HAVE AKpk

Land O' Sun 2 6 .250 statistics: READ THIS COPY

Amvets ..... .. 1 5 .167 Venice AH kHl'OAF: OF THE GONDOLIER,
OnkliyM aa 4 t t t 0 I WHY NOT MAIL IT
Ainrer. Ih .. __._ 4 I I 1 0 0 TO SOME FRIENDUP
asota last Tuesday They are: T.yl". Sb .-_Uh 4 r t I 4 I NORTH?
w'hitakrr. a _._ 4 I 11 0 1
Cllston Taylor, sensational Jones p 1 0 0 0Dunn.
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third : 2b : : :__. : s l 1 : I
baseman
; Jim Oakley :knrll. of In. 0 n -
flashy shortstop; Buck Whitaker Itt"Ih.na. I' I 4 I 0 0 0
ahnnlry r1 _. I I t I n CO-PILOT. Curia
slugging catcher, and Byron J'nkln.. rf I 11 II 0 0 0 3
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Jones, star hurler. hes
iAnd rlRht onftiht
Tnt.la] U fl 14 21 7 I ooV
The Venetians continued their r I beam when h*
BOWLAKADEAnd HHYUMO III* 11111 I 0 4 I
KNOWLES
winning ways In last Monday : 4M 2111 0 .. suggests
GRILL 4 JEWELERS for the
night's contest with the George -- ---
I J diamond. This RUfreme 'r4
OPFN 1 M TO II P.M. Betz team, winning 9 to 4 behind : sift of affection
:II *. \FMtF At'K, Phone Mil Jones' four-tilt pitching. Jones Lions Committee OW s 1 S the bond which :1

t :teals the promise of .1
,
also starred at the plate pound-
Chairmen NamedInduction WlECOND "'i love between you and .,
---- sweetheart,
>your r
.U ::7J !!Jl. of three new memo 605 should be c'a o s en ,. ,

beis and appointment of stand ....I......_ "[ thought fully and
.:._, ... i carefully We know
i A Privilege la Live In Florida |j. /Inj: committee chairmen by PresIdent : we can please jout .

* A Distinction to Live in Venice'' Phillips H. Mallory featured __
: -- CHSH1NG
3 W last Tuesday nights meeting of t KNOWLESJEVOELERS

H. WIMMERS : the Venice Lions Club at the Tarpon SUPPLIES
I | MARINE EQUIPMENT
I Center Restaurant. }
HARDWARE Post OTire Arcade
Realtor Th new members. announcesSecretary .
PITS ENAMELS
Louis J. Pappa'. are:

VENICE a FLORIDA I'I Jam's Ponder. Jr: George Gruel. Plastic Age

\ \\here the T min.i Trail Meet the Open Gulf and H. P Kuykendall Boat & Equipment Co.

I Committee chairmen are: Attendance -

>yyVVVV V'i 1* V% S S i VJg MV%B vV V i'iU.liiQ! ? ?V 11l Orady Taylor: Bylaws On The Trail Phone 2753 Nokomis .I

and Constitution J. Douglas I

Arnall: Convention A. B. ,

NOTICE OF THE EQUALIZATION AND Roeir: : Finance L. L. Knowles:

CORRECTION OF THE ASSESSMENTROLL Lions Education, H E. Weltz: Winter Reservations . 1
Mt>mber hlp. C. H. Wolf: Program -

OF THE Decree! Hlpel: Publicityand

CITY OF VENICE, FLORIDA. Bulletin Editor L. J. Pappas; If You are H.inning on Coming; to Venice f
Boys and Girls Committee Dr.

NotUe Is hereby given to all whom It may concern that T, S. Thompson: Citizenship and Next Winter, May We Suggest Now Is the ; '

the Assessment Roll of the City of Venice. florlda for the Patriotism Byron Earl; Civic
war AD 1447 has been equalized and corrected by the City Improvement, H. H. Myers; Com Time to Make Hoom Reservations
Council and all| persons desiring to have correction made
munity Betterment. V. F. Fette;
thereon whether In listing or valuation of the property, or '
.lher''Ls.-. are hereby required to tilt with the City Clerk Education Leland Potts; Safety Many of Our Foresighted Guests

in or before the 15th day of July. A.D. 1947. their assessment R. O Haines: Sight Conservationand
protest getting forth their objection to said assessment Blind J. M. DIck. Already Have Done So, Freeing Their
and the correction they desire made, or they may personally -
-- --- -
present the same to the Council on the day here Minis from Any ''\\here-HiiJI-\Ve-Sti: ?"
inafter specified; Tide Tables

}'ou. and each of you. will also Cake notice that the Questions. '
Council will meet at the Council Chamber In the Municipal VENICE IdErnot@

Wining. City of Venice Florida at R P.M. on the 15th Day High Low
.f July A D. 1947 for the purpose of considering these pro-
Itti If anv.Assessment. "rl.. July 4 __ I2S11 p m. 9:50 pmS.I.
.. July I 1:57 I'm, ':U pm.Itun. .
O!!Ice. protest forms may be had at the City Clerk's .. July a IH pm. n:11 pm.Inn. EL EUric HOTEL
) .. July 1 2:25 I' m. 10:21 p.mTu
BORDER I .... July I 0:50 I.m. ':10 1m.
OF THE
CITY COUNCIL.
1:11 p m. 11,100 p.m. 225 \\. Venice e.EMCt.. FLORIDPhono 3371: j
W.i July 0 alo 1m. IIIS a m.
Helga Roess-Siede I 4:118 .m. II :an p m.
Thur... July 10 a,12 1m, 12:01 p m. SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT
City Clerk 1:1t pm.
!Yrl.. July II a :15 a m. 12:09 1m.G .
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I :65 p.m 1,2. p m.

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PUBLIC NOTICETo
All Metal KITCHEN STOOL


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All Citizens of Venice:
Wide variety of sizes, styles t and .

color combinations in stock. In order to participate In the coming Special Elec-
tion It Is necessary to be Registered In the City Regis-
tration Book.
o: arc To register It Is necessary to have been a residentof
the State of Florida for 12 months and of the City of
Venice for three months.
omoooeo Dinette
Notice is hereby given that the City Reg-
Suite
istration Book will be closed


FRIDAY, JULY 25, A.D. 1947,
Modern suites of ,

chromium steel 1 to remain Closed until after the SPECIAL
const ruction
Also suites In 1+' bylk ELECTION to be held

Just Reived A Large Stock oak fend maple. MONDAY, AUGUST 4, A,D. 1947
.' This
Better' Grade

ICE BOX KING FURNITURE. CO. Helga RoessSiedeCity
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Sib. Clerk,
atructlon Capacity, All-Metal Confood "We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down"
Trade-In Allow- City of Venice Florida.
Isle on YOUr old box,. PUNTA GORDA ARCADIA FT NITERS




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7: : i: also p.m. Youth ..Iba .
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... Wedneoday, 1:84, p.n. Yu.,
I prayer and song service. e'
"I do not agree with a word you say, but I will defend II Eagle.ood S..I,.
with my life your right h my it.' VOLTAIRE ialt I t.ampp II a.m., oun'1.aundsy Shvoi II,.

313 West : 6 p.m. Church serole. ,::1
Published every FriiUy. Editorial and business office sFIRST .
\ Venice; Avenue, Venice, Florida P. 0. BOil 632. Phone Venice 3131. i iI BAPTIST CHURCH t

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Na...u a.vM" jrt Avenue
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION I ,
-- IIT D. Campbell C j, Pate,
Entered as ecohd'clan matter June 6, 1946, at the post office t U am. Rible OHM

t eot \eniciSuhicnplion, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. : S 11:to a.m.p.m.Mormon R.Y P t' "t.
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; -a-'S2.S0-.i.; months, $1.50 three 11SO p.m. Evens
I i raten One ; Wedne.da, ;
trcnthi, 75c Classified advertising rate 2 cent per word, first 20 I'a I grayer .....1<1. Yd., ,
weeds; I cent per word for each additional word. 1
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CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher OSPREY BAPTIST CHUm.ll
Rev. J. W,
o Hmton. Paste
HELEN WILLIAMS Office Manage
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1 1I turning .0..1 l,.. 0 H 'C :
1I I Evenlnv wrxiitt u ? any, I
SWORD OF DAMOCLES I prayer[ meeting I
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ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
\\t wonder how many businessmen or other hold- CHURCH

"' cit \enice ; know that the off Riviera St and Palermo Most '
., tri > ( occupiiion.il nst's
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aIII Dr. Uonanl W. S hnkei kVrti
city council has the power to revoke their licenses for 1 il Ldmard Ktn W. In rho'n"
oum"i yen C'F
12 months if said businessmen violate ANY city ordi- II It /s fill 6:45 .,m. tlundsy I!,hOhl,
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iii I' W II ..m Moaning e' "v.
r mme: ? F
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: 111M TEAJNIN& MY SON TO BE A BONGSALESMANTNZOW CHURCH OF COD
:w, Yes thif right ..INN'cite: ordinmce.: Venice Avenue
i MlrA OUT/ Rev C. H. Jei ,MI' pittly
till I I f This I interotinjj fact came to light at List Tuesday 10 ..m. Sunday Si heU
Pnachinir
fJ'': night's council meeting when the new occupational: Ii- --- -- lao cm p.m. P....h,".
., Thursday, t:3u |' m Young N
Cense ordinance came up on first! reading and that provision LETTERS I Service. .
To The EDITOR b.ndll
J. Friday | m supra
was set t forth in the first .section.:

1 I (Note: The Gondolier will be glad to print letters of general VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH
'I : Because \\e know fit ) one i is so perfect that he does Interest when, as and If space permits. Please keep them Cull Thialreenlce A...*

short. Anonymous letters will not be considered However, Venice
n't violate an ordinance occasionally: especially traffic
i} I If the writer desires to his Initials or nom de plume, Rev. C L. fcl. .1101"I I ri.l.
; Jaws and because ve do not lvlie\e"it is right that an hab'Y a ..m, Mu.w
" i surh as "A Reader, The Gondolier will be happyto .

i{ : mIn: or group of men should hive such oblige.) J

J' t else \\hich could lv used to satisfy l' lictatoriall'Ow-1 ___

I, retaliate in political arguments, ue \' Venice, Florida their children in school, whetherit I Holy CommunionAt

1 relit t. be the simple three R's or
]Editor St. Mark's Next
"I whether it Is a crowded lot of

': I But council ciiiiseiisiis seemed to ,he that the clause 1il Venice Gondolier fancy and perhaps unnecessary Wednesday MorningNext
subjects But just mention teach-
: I should lv left in, the Matement "being made that no coun- I Dear Sir: ing the Bible as one more subjectand Wednesday, July I, i

. 'I ul; \vould use the power in an unfair fashion, and, an- I have been Interested in the courts they sustain are up them in arms as to! And the the use 10 am.., the He\ Father Sop

, t":1): it's in the present licensing ordinance. t tj' question of teaching the Bible in I of public tax money. of Sarasota priest-In-chirlit

I the Sarasota schools. The Sarasota will celebrate Holy Commiu
PersonallMe]! don't like the idea of having such a What Is the answer, then, to
I County school board has this whole question I would ion at St. Maiki EjI cops
fI' threat hinging over our head, a !1a "Sword of Damocles," 1 been very generous In their action the following. If the school suggest Church here, It was announced

suspended I 1the slender thread of some future coun to permit a course of Re. I board wants the Bible taught as yesterday by Mr. Edward King
cil's ligious Education to be taught In a subject In the schools (and I of St Mirk
hems so scrupulously just tint It would not invoke : who Is in charge
the schools, and In offering to heartily commend them for this
1 such a I drastic penalty against; us in the heat of a civicargument. ,provide the salary for a properlycertified action let them have a committee summer services ,
: to select a Bible Course that Mrs. Eugene Maier Mpnno
teacher can receive credit under the state will sing an offertory solo u

I : 0''I Ue under: if the people( of any community would two There'Jokers'are, however in the as I see It, standards.Association The Michigan has a splendid Education the regular morning Fen'lce u:

. '" 'I want: their editor's honest opinions concerning council- that will rule out the proposition possibility syllabus of the Bible which was St. Mark this Sunday.

manic actions tempered or suppressed entirely because of such a course being taught ''designed by a group of their
'." First, the Board specified that the teacher members and receives
lit fear of retaliatory action by a council possessed of action must have the unanimous credit from the State of Michigan

' neb rower consent of the Sarasota Minis department of education: and Clinton, Com
terial Association: and second, there are other such courses

r lend businessmen do like the idea of a the Board offers to pay the sal- available to the school superintendent Editor, ,
\ou you Gondolier
k ary of the presumably, minister- Then after the course is Venice
hostile council sometime in the future being able to put teacher. selected and It has been decided
that it will be taught then let Dear Mr. Williams:
,ClI out of business in such summary fashion ? In discussing the first objection the Ministerial Association be Ito

I would say that I have been a asked to provide a competent Through your columns
f If you don't, mn we suggest you ask your favorite member of several ministerial! certified tetcher at no cost to the congratulate the membeR

councilman, before the next council meeting, to strike associations during my years in school board. This should be given the City Council, who have son
the ministry, and have attended on a voluntary basis by the to the fact ft
awakened
out that clause! when the for ingly
new ordinance comes
up many others and I have never (minister who teaches but if one taxpayers &I
and
second reading ? seen a group of ministers, espe. ,need compensation then let it the voters b *
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daily those of different denominations come through the Ministerial As- whole have to bear the

t ;, unanimously agree on soclatlon as gifts from the various and responsibilities of the dC
anything! ""Them's harsh words, churches. I know of several min- financial problems. It's right n

l MULLIGAN\ e e e bv C.II.W. 1 1it' as less the, that saying is true goes, I, do but not neverthe-believe class isters three in Michigan afternoons who each teach weekat a smart of the council of expression to give than

I that all of the ministers l would no pay, and happy for the opportunity opportunity
agree that religious education the polls August 4
should be taught In the ft
public council is the
, y Another of those casually unusual tion and possessed that Indefinable schools, and I know they would If the course Is elective so the The present recop

things that make Venicend "something" that distin- not agree on what should be student doesn't have to take It If In the city's history to SM
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taught or how I the fairness in so doing
vicinity such a delightful guishes fine artistry. his parents had rather he
would-I to a co
place in which to live cropped up "Pretty good, aren't they?" we I remember an experience in n't and there Is no action. If followed well for

one day last week when we wanitred hazarded from our layman's faint one of my parishes when after volved to come out of the tax : sion, should augur

< into Dick Oedney new real knowledge of what is or isn't good two years of working on the payer's pocket, there would be sounder and more represent!
estate office. Dick was just com- art work school board it was agreed that little vocal opposition to th financial policy in civic afialne
the Bible could be taught. Then course ta'
pleting the careful affixing of a Dick grinned ''Well, they the ministers could not agree. Most progressive cities

water color painting tc one wall. should be. Notice whose work One felt that it should be taughtIn Allen E, Bartlett charter proviso specifying refer'

Our glance took In a half dozenor they are," the churches not the school, Minister Methodist endum votes by the electorate
so similar paintings, previously We drew closer to another that it should not be in Church. the expeDdl
observe the classes but In a chapel manner Newaygo, Michigan projects calling for
'bung" artist's signature. It was: "Clin- with all pupils together: one felt --o- ture of large amounts of the \\11

"Something you did?" we quer- ton Lockwood" Hes an outstanding that credit should be given while (EDITOR'S NOTE: Since the payers' money Why not VeDIC!

ied with lazy Interest. artist, with a one-man another thought that credit was above letter was written, the Of course, projects subject
"Gosh, no!" he replied "A show not necessary and that Just a county school board has been should
in New York
etc., etc., to fundamental-type of course advised by the Sarasota Minis- a referendum vote
friend of mine loaned them to me, his credit. appfOlof
should be taught'and the liberals teriAl Association that It could open discussion carry
Just before he went back up "He has a place over on Trea- disagreed. to that. So all was dropped not reach unanimous agreement the council on tV *> lv';

North a few days ago." sure Island" Dick explained on details of the proposal projects 'are desirable. PJ

We inspected; the water colors "and these are Just a few of the As to the second objection I at to Sarasota start a High class In School.Bible study and necessary, along with H

a little more closely. They were things he did last winter I ad- would say that the parent who At a meeting last Tuesday It matlon for financial same
all of local background, featuring mired them does not want the Bible taught was re
so much that he let reported, the school board report on the city's
Florida flora and sand and water. me borrow them for awhlle You right to his as child to where has Just his as much reiterated Its willingness to anthorite pledgeable to meet the es *1tur '
school tax
One was, we noted, a view of the might let anyone Interested in money goes as the parent who such a class, bat an- *. '
mounted It
south Treasure Island bridge such things know that they'rewelcome wants a course In Bible. Religion until a plan will meetlnc take no with action the Thanks for the space and *

across the Inland Waterway. to drop In and look 'em Is a sore spot to some people, and unaiuinou appreral of the dial well wishes.
They all showed superb execu- over" there are those who seem not to ministerial association!
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LffTAXI NtTMBER> | LEGION AUXILIARY I, '**."*>*"""."'.*''>.''>*''ts- '.I tence for petty larceny 13 years '(

Li Venice Taxi SEWING PARDON
o'the GROUP TO I
Englewood ago "because I got mixed up wilt
immediately and 5 *
,. Carting MEET MONDAY NIGHTAll (Continued from page one) a fellow who I found out later

until August 10. are ask- | Items the Investigation. I' was wanted In Georgia for breaking '
[ 2621 for a taxi women of the American Le.
telephone Mrs. gion Auxiliary of No-Vel Post No. Back In Venice Holder expressed tae law Times were bal:( I*
$ I
announces By OSCAR ANDERSON
r night 159 are asked to meet at the of- J deep 'appi eolation for the Polk County then but I had octet
I j
will operate Phone 3391 4
who
McNeil. flee of the Venice Laundry 205 sympathy and aid extended to been In trouble before."

| while Mrs. Virginia West Venice 4..4..4..4..44..44..444...
.ervlce avenue at 8 p.m. him by Venice citizens particularly

,, it away Mrs. Wilson left next Monday to assist in makingbandages Miss Violet Eldred has returned
his employer, Louis Adorjan '
take a "brushup"In for the veterans' hospital from her home in Michigan to TERRY

eek to piinclpaUhlp at aolD at Lake City. Mrs. Mabel Surls become the beach a member of Lie, staff at who circulated the petition In his BEAUTY SHOP
casino.
Is chairman of the behalf and reinstated him In his
: college auxiliary A, W. Deese Is constructing a job. I ISrrUiliv' Ride Nokolaia
sewing group. new home In the Prospect Park

,44444444"..W*.* At last Tuesday evening meeting section of En"lewocd Holder said he had received the Phone 2875

BusinessAND i of the auxiliary. held at the I The Harry Greens of the Englewood relatively heavy one-year sen t

Legion's Venice Air Base club- post office are going on
house with a two weeks vacation to tlxii ---. ----
Mrs. Anne Suds
presiding -
summer home In the mountains
Professional I committees were appointed of northern Oeoigia WE DO CONTRACTING

J to supervise the auxiliary', Mr. and Mrs. W. R Guthrie -: Full Line of :-
Directory participation in the community lave bcurht a home in the northern
BATHROOM FIXTURES And TRIM
",.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.......! Fourth of July cele''i'at:on. The section of Englewood. .
>> auxiliary will have charge ol Nathaniel and George Alston of If lou Have Repair Work. See ,

ROOFING food booths at the beach and the I Alston modem Electric concrete Co.block are building building a WATER PUMFS PIPE And ;

,,of Work of All Kinds dance at KMI In the evening Ion State load to add one more

ALVIN P. JONES i I structure to Enelewoods fastgiovvmz J 0 S'S ART KIN C A I Inlpiclioit'I 1
business di.tiktMis .
Phone 2981 Hi'da Lal11pI Idoof ntMRINGI; ) lltATIVJ {'n

CLASSIFIEDADS I the late Earl Lampp and her 323 W, Venice Ave JK

daughter, Faje and son Clinton 'DependabU Plumbing That Will! Stand '
RELIABLE !
EOR QtlCK. have tuinrd to MoiehcadCitv '

SFRVICE. CALL \ .. N. C. for an lnd<'fin:te stay :
Ue a ward fiat 21 w..d.. 1r each Inspection"i
VeniceiFlumbinjShop additional .ad. hii,'count charge. M:'4. ClYde E. Tavloi and
25e. l'a.h with Ad. S'oclal, rtesor I daughter Patricia of Cl 'vclind
( more than one 'Insertion, 01 the Ohio r: \1.1I1I1 her p'7rentsMr. i
same ad. Ads will he .n"I'ed
14. Venice; Fhon. 2153 telephone (3111) up 10 aThorday ncrrth. p.r.,. .rn "liK. \\induff of
with the uodratndngAd En 3; \\oed VENICE LAND
.,II., ,,
will .
-r remit titpromptly. .
.yr *
.) .I:'s. A. Q. Hates and son. Bubb' ,
( !', ol Washington DC. 111'1'' I

-\vend n" 't':n 'v ,ok h"i'' wit i' ::1 hei I

j' I OR SALE pal''nts, Mi ano Mrs H C, Glass 1

e't( H New Point' Ci'm'tt,, ;

I JFKo1: :Y MILK row I II II"'", !
.." 'V 2.9' I
1\ COMPANY
liaisons! I, Hilt SUIv..J..r." < 1'"" \.11 ... I.I i:1'i'AtLt'Tlo.
I SITUATION WMI: -- A. W Mori'mt'n et i Lain 1 131iot

'i.> rli>:losrl I.hle..k that t
I WOMAN with l ever. ,...11.I .vr die'm'I Iwl .
[Slop Scratching1!-Try This .h.. |.art-tini,' p ..iii"n tl"'. fn oil| Itu., tilt tecintlv' cr"anl/td film of
A.. Vin'01d'I I r. Liniu and Moirmen !h being ds Registered Real l e EDn': BrokerWK !
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rem M '11" '. rnihei. It'hlnit, _. _. e
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f III .jit'rg ,from es- 3"S; 'Eq' 'L' solved and that .1. n-eforth lie
''nl bt quickly re
'" 1st lI.al"ont.n.'J will hate the Fioi ,di wliulcsalrehn
..rr Fm>rald Oil S I'IK* TANK an-l I Ii '. --.J, ,.)Irnnim.
''as e HH.1 Meted for h M,..I".." I a 'nll"i 'II" It. .. ? right for \\ittrlox: PI'o-1

1. loo, un.nteM a Emerald tie moneyBe uiU "1171. it. I It '" I VI I'h", ducts. with III'e.t Coa.>t titan : HAVE SEVERAL i .

of o'UI.ota acting as
rt'r Co
-IIIH\I'\I'I ,T IV. M;.:L.till\ ,II"
war"house dlll'lbutll'UOI'I m 'n NICE HOMES ANDAPARTMICVT .
I II l'nnrr, I. w ,rl "II ", ".1. aril I Iv
,.,.. ,.r I...,,,. At.r.HI. I I'! .,. "I' _. said Tom J. Lanier, loimer diun-! I
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When/ we toy Melba r\ eye. REAL: F T\TI: Fort .. \u|: HIM h rt'. 1 vvithdnw'ns! : firm HOUSES i

ll the tiger supreme, t: j ,he lal.tl1f'I":11J: UniKP he mut'eerie'
w (neon. |lust thai ;
to his busineMIntu
full t m<
No other cigar at Vc ti FOR SALEPrices
AcreageVENICE >t Is in Cltnrwattr.LEGAL ; .
1tI.i'IVeh high aa a
f
(iiollyloboccoi, Yes -
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Mere !II plenty of the choicest! FARMS NOTICES Rr8s3mlhIe 1

HAVANA tobacco grown on
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hi Island ol Cuba In every :,..3.00 t to SoO.OO() () ----- --
:'\IITlI.: I VIII It HMiriol H
1 Melba t gor. Try ont today. ,
\ "!t I Ulf 3 Nokomis Avcr-ue South Phone 3581
You will enjoy II from the ,l v 1111)1'1 MAY "o\lI'.IIS.I :

grit to the 'lost puff' An Ac'cFEE ::-:',\"', :: .. '.';;10 j I,', :,'!:",". ,':. ':v-/::;:

four dealer, does :lilt' lot', ." It ",.. lill, N". "If ('l"">". "In' l'u'incoTo Ilel"! 1''n'.' Y. nice owl. Venice: Gullet'd'
have Mf Ibai, write SIMPLE DEEDPUl'cha V... 2.3. I.,, ..f.. II..n.IK. 1 t'/ii \\'ll
tylot .. from' ,1 '
.... wish i I .1. I the --
l(11tM.U.\ i .t6ilwee! ,mun u for abstract I Urn, In i 1 I r :" t'.ints.' FIridn. : : .
rr to pay I "eon r.", "r. ..f; ,er..:: ":f Ih.i .- on.hll.: nn -- 4lsl
.,r h',. ,a. nn'" 'i I..till".m..'. i
I ." : "'';'" 1'. ,,'.., ,1' ,'k end ",,, ,n. ;
,, hi'h w.. a" 11 ?Neil In bu.1m"s \
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VIELBA'HI ". .."U. i 10".""... at "r \ILMrNT 'I' ('OMJITIPNVICN1CH ;
H. X. WimmeisREALTOR \\ ?. 'I'." : 1 t. Ihn." ..r i.n.n.1. IIlIr...... :

ndh, WKOMIS( KANKEM
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CIGAR SUPREME r .I'he .10 I. ,.. ". ., 1..11..,..,1SC.. II.
VENICE. n.onm.I .\ ,. .. '. I!"'." I. Itobhxrd. ""0- \' <'I:. 11,01:111June I
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FAYTHiNG f NATUREl? '. r ... '.nll. "I h, 111.' 11.11
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t'Io",,"' .... "' ..".b.. "r .t.. Loam and D:'count i $ :
J"I0'" ('" ," I. boll for Ih"I Overdrafts 3 n
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1 I" ,r .1 nu.. A II. 1"1:. I. ('. I.. B.tnklnlIJOl e. Furn lure A F'ix l'rtl 1820003! (

k- rltaB..fr-irl-rl! ; > "! Premium on Binds Puiil.asfdOther 125 09
htm .< ,. ,'., Hill '
nny endow you with nil .' > of July. All III". .; R a1! 3J6.4T ,
"whtakn: boautj a lovely k AM..'" .r f",r .11''.. mil --It l
ruinous ficure She may be. ,I. 'to 'n .h.' Mill....1. I I.-I HI..1 I Ih U. S. Government Bands 5574 4J2.50 t
gifts l..f..r'. the earth 250000
iIL on you that make Corporate St: ckn
you ..f the C."n' I'....,tII. \
William at tress, a leader In S. r."...tn." I t'.unly ..r Sum*,.la. Cash and D.le tu.m Banks 444.58983
r
kZCaa at college sought |1"t |In. Ul ..,.rain. |ir,'.,,'rly 1
dances, or a charming In, HI .1 M I.. .tie In Ih.. t', unto ,.ft 1 (121: .4'12.:J3
e and mother. ,. Wit, of I-' ..".'.. And n,..r" pun -. '
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Yes, dr I ., ,01..01 I ... I'.I II luw-. to-w Hl
.d Nature may do all this fed 7. Hl...k ;'I. Gulf; Vl.w B.*. $1262.51968:
yet yoU may find your face ., n,1..... Clurr.ln .. l""r |Int
hosendl sUpptd If you suffer "". ...1 tVl""nl hf.'rl.
symptoms. ,'. ""f. 7J .
bleh to many unfortunate and .rI.ln "Turnll"". fumUhliiin LIABILITIESCapital
II ha'ut.vl th.arin
& still ftatnrw
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hut. 'h, i"In I r'ta I"...rty 1'1..n.1 shall not File flulldrl.dan Stork .... ............. ........................ .. .... $ 25.ODD( .0)

Something You Should Nr toe ll..Nan ilVMlliiii h. Surplus .. .. .. ............................... .... ... ... 17.OHO.(M58J98I

Not Joke Aboutl! DOES forget. stogie-Plnkham's than relieve Compound such ll. 1:1111",11": C.if I. Ih McKAK.. ,.',|...r.y Reserves ...... ............ .............. .... .. .

s It female functional monthly monthly pain. This great medicine if W.. "., <... Cnrl.t.11 an | Dividends Unpad; .......................... .. 21100
1.m.O'.n'
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Pain nervous dig- nervous tension. Irritability

and feel! weak- restless. so those tired-out mean 'pick-on- -.-- $1.6.24f: C8
Y t and 'Irritable' that you everyone' feelings-when due to I I
turn into a she-devU- this cause. Taken regularly
sUch
OV da's-nlIs IS SOIOTHIJIG thruout the month-Plnkham's ITCHMoneyla I
SHoULDN'r JOKE ABOUT Start build up resistance !
ht Compound helps MEMBER: OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT 1\MK\\F ( ORP.
,a nay-try Lydia E. Pink- against such distressavery For quick relief from itching Mined by<<..m..1
abase Vegetable Compound to sensible thing to do. Just athlete foot.ocah...,pimples and otbcritchinr

us for such this symptoms, It's la- see if you. too. don't remarkably cond DD..train DNKMiiirTiOM.. me pure cooling A doctor medicated fcrmiita liquid I I $5000()()() Maximum Insurance $50M( )(}

A purpose And don't benefit I All drugstores. <.",...1eeI and IlIlInl_. Soothet. comforts,and !I For Ea<'h D 'piisit I 3s. trial bottle
calm intense 'tchll\l.
qUIckly
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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, u, 1,
rage Six
front of his property. VISIT \'[%lCI
RECEPTION TO church: from 1:30: to 9 pm Wed City CouncilContinued I Mayor Clyde V. Hlgel. with To obtain material

nesday July M It was announced council confirmation designated graphs for a story on Vel Ph
BE GIVEN FOR yesterday by Mrs. M Cousins All ( from page one) the Chamber of Commerce office ed for early publication I

friends of the church, as well as meeting, that the city would receive as the polling place for the spe- Miami Daily News
Sunday
NEW MINISTER members, are Invited to attend. more than $4.000 from sucha cial advisory referendum" lec- azlne Bill Bischofl

} Mrs Harper will arrive here license fee provision, figuring tlon August 4 and named H. BIde Ernie Bennett, Arite '

ft ": :it'r the Rev, George next Saturday July 12, from the the KMI enrollment at approximately Mrs. Helen Duncan, and Mrs. were here Wednesday Photoerap
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I Harpnew pastor of the Ven- home of her parents Mr and 300 students. KMI now Betty McNeil to serve as Inspectors terday, and

rcNiko-nis Methodist Church Mrs. H. .H. Surrency of Phifer pays a $10 occupational \license John Dunglinson\ was appointed
,,rd i:v family will be given by 'near Gainesville), Fla. to Join fee. deputy

the Br..rd "I Stewards at the her husband who assumed his "Many of us have long believed Donates FireworksThe Harold R. Smith
-- --- weeks ago
new pastorate three that a school as wealthy as KMI council\ voted $100 from Its
They have two sons Thomas Edwin should bear its fair share of the! advertising fund to pay for the Will Be AI able
ttslourlerrcCAaiuat bern last June 6, weighing maintaining our municipal In H\I([
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cost oi fireworks display at Venice Beach FOR
A
10 pounds one ounce and George facilities," he explained. "It Is: LIMITED Till
en the Fourth of July. It also Have Your
I Lea Jr, 26 months old. be BaL Pi :
doubtful if such a school can I granted the Summer Recreation At HGn' ograp\
Guest Preacher taxed directly on its property All Work f
I I Program committee permission to -l'tt::
I The Rev. Harper announcedthat assessed Valuation Price
here, which has an use a spare city chlorinator to R ito
the Rev Allen E. Bartlett ofNiwa .
t i of $236.000. so the occupational purify the water in the Pines Hotel Call
Murk, has accepted his 2931
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t I t I license process pool, where free swimming
Imitation to deliver the sermonat Mm to be the only way the city lessons are to be given, "probably PHOTOGR 1PtHE
serviceat .
Sundays evening
i this could get a fair contribution toward starting next week {
the Methodist Church The municipality I
> upkeep of our
l Rev. Haitian sermon subject
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ChiMlanltj
will be. Secitts in
Sanitary Ordinance Mrs. Virginia Wilson
While nearly all members of I
the local church have had an oppoitunlts Also given Its first reading was
proposed OrdInance No. 212, introduced Owner of
to meet the Rev. Harper I'
who succeeded the Rev H by Casper en In an effort VENICE TAXI CAB SERVICE
40ci vlauilice Felton last month the to tighten; up sanitary regu-

i tv. Pl.rr reception on July 16 will give the I laticns here as well as to prevent \nnmmces that during; her temponr .J1.encl
establishment of certain nox-
I entire community a chance to from the
Taxi Service
1 :.r welcome him and his family Iou businesses within the city city \\'iI1l' pt ice h,\

The Hexall The Rev. Harper came hire i,I limits. Mrs. Betty McNeil Tel. 3461If
Store from Citia Fla.. where he had The proposed ordinance is based

"I rfrripll..n |iwiili.l." six churches 'C tn. AnthonySpair bn the State Sanitary Code, I no answer Please Call 2621
"I IS T ("tIKtK: ('AIIH: I Burbank Greenwood and Two minor, but interesting features i
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5 Iwo .r. :Is, M-MU: : I
'Orange Springs In his charge. t provide that there shall be

He had bun given the Citra as. no spitting in public places in

\1 slgnrm'nt after his charge from Venice including ferry boats and I I NOTICE OF MEETING

the Aim>'. He had served as an / trolley cars," and, In more serious

Army chaplain for 26 months vein that every property Of
from March 1944 to June, 1946. or tenant would be held respon-I I
with c 'er'Aa' service In the South sible for cleaning tie sidewalk In TAX EQUALIZATION BOARD)

IfIp4 Pacific New Guinea and Leyte. I I'IDlE

An A B graduate of the Unl-
os YOUR HANDS? 'I Notice Is hereby given tat the Board of County
xer,.lty of Richmond and a mem-
Commissioners of Sarasota County. Florida will||| sit
jer of Phi Beta Kappa. Omicron I as a Tax Equtllzatlon Board on the 1947 Tax Roll
Delta Kappa. Tau Kappa Alpha as presented bv the County Assessor of Taws on
and Pill Gamma Delta fratl'rnl.I I I :Monday, July 7th A.D. 1947 at the iommlv.ionrrsoffice
In the County Court House, at 10 stink
ties. the Rev Harper won the
A,
M. for
thePUI'JlOie of hearing complaints and
r t Thomas B. McAdams prize given Have You Ever Been receiving testimony as to the value of am prop
to the outstanding member of the erty. real or personal M fixed by the fount
Junior Class. He later attended Snookered? Assessor! of Taxes, and of perfecting reviewing!
Candler School of Theology, and equalizing the assessment of the 1947 Tax Roll
It's Here! All those hating complaints will be hen an opportunity
tt Emory: Unlveislty Georgia I to be heard. Those unable to appear
, He served as pastor of Cheraw The First Snooker Table In before the Board may file their complaint br
l Methodist; Church S, C.: had the This Section We Invite You to letter addressed to F. O. Taylor Jr. a, dirk of
+ MajestcRadioCombination Irenton-Newberrj Charge and Participate In or Witness One the Board,
of The World Most Fascinating
y was at Inverness and BelleviewFla .
$21000 before entering Army servo Games F. O. TAYLOR, JR. (leek

ice R CLUBB. Board of County Commissioners
ALPHA -- ------ Sarasota! County. Fla.\
A 1 MUSIC SHOP There are eight parks in operation B. DUNn AND SON bye EUGENE J. AMARU

.i t t I .....,phone 41f....?Venice,, ..?\ lour 661:old, net bv tie Florida Park Service WELCOME YOU Deputy Clerk to Board


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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ELECTION \ BETTER "BUYS" AT BAKER'S!

INSPECTORS AND DESIGNATION OF

POLLING PLACE FOR REFERENDUM

ELECTION TO BE HELD
i COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHINGS
MONDAY, AUGUST 4TH, A.D. 1947


bTATE OF FLORIDA
d COUNTY OF SARASOTA
rm OF VENICE 5EEOURNEWHOIVIE ,
!; EMODERN DESIGN ,
I. Hr-lBa l Roe.-.S:rde djqj: U;ed City Clerk of the
City of Venice Fond. do I urebv certify that at the meeting UP-TO-I HE-MINUTE STVLIVi1:
it the City Council :leld on Tue day. JUly 1st. AD 1947
r Die follow in. i ie'o: 1'ion '*a' adop *d' OUTFITS
LOWEST PRICES !
"RESOLVED that tn voting T polling place In
the City of \trrice Flo'ida for the Referendum
Election to be !h:d Monday. A.uu.st 4th. 1947 be, "
and the same ;. h r.b\ designated: to be the part
or MunicIPal: B.;: dir. :ocat< 1 <.f Venice \\TUar "* T..miami Trail occupied MONTHS TO PAY
b\ the dumb": )f Cmm.rce. and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the lowing
person.be and th ', are hereby appointed as
Inspectors o! Election to act at the Referendum
Election to be held In the City of Venice on
Monday. August 4th. AD. 1947 to-wit: 1I

Captain H. R Idr
Mrs Helen B Duncan
Mrs T, J. McNeil

BE IT FURTHER REjOLED Hat John Dung-
Imson be and he I Is hereby designated Deputy
Police Officer: to act at the Referendum Election I
to be held in the City of \enlce Florida on I I
Monday August 4th 1947

SWORN TO AND SUBSCRIBED this the 2nd day of July
A.D. 1947. SARASOTA, FLA.


Helga Roess-Siede Across From Bus Station On Main Street

City Clerk ,

"DEAIER FOR \DCOCK





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