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 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: August 1, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00077
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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L.2, NO, 22 FRIDAY, t J(
AUGUST
1, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS '

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ame Address Weight Guide Voters Big Labor DayCelebration .

CAPITAL PRIZE 1947 AUTOMOBILE Must HerePlans At 8 a.m.Monday t. 1

tto Schedler Milwaukee Wise. 141'aFranlc! Roberts, Jr. '
Re-register for a gigantic Labor Day ;
SECOND PRIZE $1.000 SWINGS BOND
celebration in Venice, featuring a
ecrge E. Cowden Warren, Pa 130 Ben Scale !
bathing beauty contest, a Softball
HEAVY TACKLE Under" a "pel'mam'nt registration game, an air show, quartet horse Citizens of Venice will go to the : '

First t Prize $200 Savings Bond special act for Sarasota racing, athletic and novelty competition polls next Monday, August 4. to a
Edward Barnes Sarasota 111 Frank Robeits Si County passed by the last legis- for prizes and an eve- voice approval or disapproval of "t I ( ,
Second Prize $100 Savings Bond lature, a new list of qualified ning dance and entertainment the city councils proposal to Issue .8, ..'
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'[:nroe Bradley Sarasota 108 electors for this county will be were announced yesterday by $273000 In revenue certificates to 1\ 1
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Third Prize $50 Savings Bond compiled by Supervisor of Registration Commander Ralph O Simpsonof finance construction of a modern t ry

|If[ Arch Sarasota 106 George Kline W. T Dixon and his deputies ( No-Vel Post No. 159, American sewage disposal plant and system '1; I
MEDIUM: TACKLE starting today. Legion. for this city. They also will vote "

First Prize $200 Savings Bond All previous registrations will It will be the posts second an- on whether the city should refund 1 ,;
be discarded, Dixon explained, Its present $312.000 bonded Indebtedness (
!Herbert Sliewman Columbus, Ind. 104'a C E, Crandell nual Labor Day celebiatlon Last '1
Second Prize $100 Savings Bond and after next January I only year, nearly 3,000 persons wit- j s
I J, Blalock Ocala. Fla. 99 Bruce Rigby those who have registered since nessed the various events here The voting booths will be located A
Third Prize $50 Savings Bond August 1, 1947, will be entitled to Simpson also announced that In the office of the Venice- l''

IMI. John Hill Osprey SS'aH Blackburn vote In county or school elections Bazll E. Bowen, post adjutant and Nokomis Chamber of Commerce "'1. '

t;lie More Haines City 98'2'! Every Four Years president of the Venice.Nokomis and the polls will be open from -
Once four Parent-Teacher Association, has 8 to 6 m. i r '
LIGHT TACKLE every years, "reply" a.m. p
First Prize $200 Savings Bond post cards will be mailed to all j agreed to serve as general chairman Election Inspectors are H. R. -1 :5

|ui L. 0 Hodges Sarasota 110 S. S. Blackburn registered voters and the name of of the Labor Day program.Not Ide Mrs. Helen B. Duncan and I' ( i

Second Prize $100 Savings Bond anyone failing to send in the post Complete Yet Mrs. T J, McNeil. The deputy ( ;,.
Leslie R.I More Winter Haven 87'a card will be removed from the "Our plans for the big Labor police officer will be John Dung-
Third Prize $50 Savings Bond list of qualified electors In: thiswa Day celebration, on Monday, Sep- linson !j a'y k':" '
\', Dixon explained, the election tember 1, are not yet complete," Mrs. Helga Roess-Slede, city it' '
|u:i Roy W, Walholm Winnetka Ill 82 Edgar Green I ts ,
WOMEN'S DIVISION (Continued on page two) (Continued on page six (Continued on page six '_ t!

First PrIze $250 Savings Bond 'TWENTY CHILDREN ONLY 10 INSTRUMENTS 't
|Mri 0 E. Cowden Warren. Pa, 125'aBen Seale (h tkle) cr "f t

Second Prize $101 Savings Bond BUT YOUNGSTERS PROUDLY PASS TEST : l t ,1
|Mrs! Jean Shoat : !
Klrklyn, Pa. 110 C. Crandell (m tk) ; il

CHILDREN DIVISION Twenty children, faces alight with anticipation but betraying Just a hint of their collective :' t 'J
First Prize $200 Savings Bond nervousness came trooping out of the Nokomis school last Wednesday morning a1
|Billy Joseph Jr Nokomis. Fla. 1001 a Sure It's vacation time, but these youngsters are so eager to learn to play in the Venice-No- a t,

Second Prize $100 Savings Bond komis High School band that every Wednesday morning ever since school let out they've been volun- f I f!

|Joel Billy Beneflel Tallavast Fla. 100 Woody Roberts h t tarily showing up for music lessons. \A

Statistics taken from Anglers Club records Free Teaching
"Probably" is the word. though,
And so eager Is Paul Golden- Ooldensteln gave the signal to
start playing. because, you see, they still must
stein, Venice music teacher, to
)TTO SCHEDLER WINNER OF see that no child thirsting for All of the children kept march- :' share these 20 new membersof ones -
with 27 already-accepted
music I is disappointed that he has ing, but only 10 of them played.
1947 TARPON TOURNAMENT given his services free to teach You see, only 10 of them had Instruments the band the 11 instruments
'which the school has. Not really
the youngsters every Wednesday to play In the prac- (C

Caught on the third day of the tournament the 141'j-pound sil- morning I tice sessions in the auditorium, the Instruments school cither belong, for to most the P of.-T the,A,

jerking taken by Otto Schedler of Milwaukee was declared the cap- For that matter, Ooldensteln 1 they had managed to get by by which currently Is appealing for '
II 1 prize winning fish when the 17th annual Sarasota County Intertional has been teaching the band at I taking turns using the few Instru- contributions with which
ments available but In the drill private
1 Tarpon Tournament came to an end at midnight last night. Venice-Nokomis High School : to purchase mote Instruments
well, obviously with only 10 ,
r- -I Schedler, as a result, will receive free for many months (sara-I Instruments available, only 10 I In a burst of generosity, the 4 )
1947 with the maketo sota High, of course has
a car, children could play I county school board recently took
Coming Events I be decided at a drawing to be paid band director right along Without InstrumentsSo I notice of the P.-T.A.'s appeal and '+4
and only recently he was placedon '
held tonight during the Grand 'allocated $200 for the purchase of
Tarpon Ball at Lido Beach Ca- a 12-months-a-year salary basis the other 10 just marched "band Instruments" One good

Friday. August I sino In Sarasota. Harry Leusch- by County Superintendent of along and hummed the tune in I tuba alone costs about $500> '
of the Sarasota Public Instruction Verman Kim- accompaniment with those more I $237
donated
I r .n" special meeting Young ner president Last year the board fr' r
brough), fortunate ones who were actually
Anglers' Club, which sponsored
flons: Bible Circle, home of County I $200 Out of $758,102 ul
Bit Day playing the two trumpets the one :
r tournament, said the
the
< V. B. Dixon. Last week the county school t...
ball will be open to all who pur- Last Wednesday morning was a trombone (loaned by Oolden I ,
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Monday August 4 chased a $1 1947 club membership big day for the 20 youngsters at stein), the one baritone, the two 'I board approved County School
111 oc.m-6 p.m. Venice the Nokomis school. You see, after clarinets the one saxaphone, the Superintendent Kimbrough's budget }
j'I of $758102, highest In the
Commerce of $1,000 all their weeks of practice, one snare drum and the two sets
IulJdlnr, The runner-up prize a Sar-
county' history, to operate
they were to have their first of bells on hand lOne of the
7,30 P.III. U. S Savings Bond was captured I asota County schools for the coming
softball game. Payne "marching and playing" test. trumpets, one clarinet and one
'Uk. Sarasota. Venice vs. Land by the 130-pounder landed by This test to great extent, would set of bells are owned by Individual year. p
'Sun first game). George E Cowden of Warren, Pa. determine whether they would get youngsters not by the I Members of the school board ; '

I >,m. Lemon Bay post Amer- Captain Frank Roberts, Jr, will to play In the regular Ve-No-HI band which does however, own are D. C. Klckliter and Mrs. Ruth
an Legion, Community Hall, receive a $100 award for having band when school reopens next five other instruments whose I Butler, of Sarasota, and W. P.

ewood, guided Schedler "while Captain month, something all the young- temporary users had not been Hayes Venice.

Tuesday, August 5 Ben Seale will get $75 for guiding sters yearned for, else why would able to show up last Wednesday.)

M ,m. city council meets, cityLLP0' Cowden.It they sacrifice a part of one of But lack of Instruments didn't
Ia11. was reported unofficially Youth's most prized possessions faze the 20 youngsters There was I WeatheR I

free motion picture that 239 of the tarpon officially "vacation" In order to practice nothing pathetic about the situa-

(no collection). Venice weighed In were caught off Ven- every Wednesday morningthis tion, either, so far as they were TEMPERATURE RAINFALL
ach. ice, while 231 were taken to the summer? concerned And they passed the Data High Low Inches

IJP-m. women' auxiliary No- Sarasota weighmaster. Howard March Down Road test with flying colors But they Previously reported ................ 11.05
ll Post No' 159 American I*. Cheney. Buddy Ringo of the Tar- So out into the dusty road the weren't half as proud to learn Fri. July 25 .. 85 70 0.41
04 meets at Venice Air Base pon Center was Venice weighmas 20 youngsters swung, heading for that fact as Goldenstein ,was to Sat. July 26 .... 87 71 1.35
IUbhouse, ter. the nearby Tamlaml Trail. And be able to tell them, honestly Sun. July 27 88 69 096

Thursday, August 7 Schedler' 141'/a-pounder was as they marched along, trying that they HAD succeeded and Tues.Mon.,, July July 28.29 87 87 72 72 0.00 0.00

8,30 "L, Venice Lions meet the heaviest tourney winner durIng desperately to maintain good for- that they probably would be Wed. July 30 .... 91 70 080
arQet Trailer fact this an Impor- members of the Ve-No-HI band 89 68 0.05
Park restaurant the past nine years The mation for was Thurs., July 31.
urel. ]I (Continued on paige two tant part of the test Director when school starts again soon. Total for July...... ....... 13.82ON'T

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Page Two VENICE GONDOLIER August I,lly


: SARASOTA COUNTY HAS LOW County Voters TARPONContinued HERE FROM: STARR
I I Mr. and Mrs. H. D.

INFANT :MORTALITY RATE (Continued from page one) ( from page one) newest additions to the Mayan,
If :1 I early In the Iroakf
that It was caught so
list will be kept up to date, at agricultural community
BIrtnj In Sarasota County during the first six months of 1947 least every four years. tournament undoubtedly djscour-} Venice. Coming here from cast The "redtide"
totaled 191 as compared with 153 death. It was reported this week The; present list of qualified aged some Invasion contestants.of dead fish during the Mays are a
by Dr. W .L Wright county health officer ,I voters contains many names of the final two weeks of the Venice Farms. wit
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In his semi-annual vital statistics who have died or have
I persons tournament also was a hard luck "We like it -here
I
report Dr. Wright said very low Infant mortality rating. !moved away from the county. very much
there were 153 white and 38 colored much )lower than for some other .;Under the new' svstem such cases blow. However tournament officials Mrs. May commented this ,
births and 137 white and 16 counties of similar size. A low Infant automat'ally1'111 be taken cart said the 1947 event received during a visit to the off

colored) deatn mortality rate Is usually taken of once every four >'ears. t record amount of publicity Gondolier. "But then iceotlt
the nation. we've
throughout |
Only three deaths: of children as an indication of the health Books M PrecinctsFor Venice ever sincere tt,1
first
under one year of age were reported status of a community and usually the convenience of all cltl- in
1936. when MJ
during the six-month period reflects the type of medical Dixon has made arrangements STILL ON TOP our tan "
and Dr Wright commented: rare which Is provided In any zers to h3the registration : Rain washed out the scheduled Uent In Dr. A1b e'5 Florida jjl f

"This gives Sarasota County a given locality books open at each precinct during game between Venice and the cal Center"

"I would say that the medical the entire month of August Amvets last Wednesday night
care in Sarasota County is therefore A complete list of precincts and Still !leading the American division FOR QUICK RELIABLE
as good or better than in dl'Jut registrars. bv commissioner of the county softball lea SERVICE.: CALL
similar counties in the state districts Is shown In an advertisement gue the Venice team next Mon VenicePlumbing

( Leading KlllirDi on Page 5 of this Issue day night at 7:30 will meet the Shop

'. Wright said heart disease of The Gondolier Land O Sun nine at Payne Park
Box 14, Venice Phone
O' continues to lead among the On September 1. the registration Sarasota 2153

causes of death ir. Sarasota County books will be returned to
totaling 41 for the period. DI xon's office in the court houseat -
Next came ('anl'r.'Ith 19 Saiasota He uiged! thereforethat NEW RKRD'Serenade >
. IIIC.II SCORER FOR "
1 H U deaths: senility 8. and uremia every citizen who: can possibly To .t Jt'rk"|
WEEK ENDING HL\ 30Lutrrlle '+ MMM DAVE" Spike Jon
7. Five suicides and five deaths do so register at their local '
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i Jovner 166 due to accidents also were reported precinct this month and thus r..r. "It's Dreamtinte"Vaughn
If' J. J Jossarl !<)> themselves the inconvenience M aloe
save
Only one tuixrcjlcsls: fatality
"Almost Like Iti'|
ne In
Loteb
!! wa I I-tld. of a trip to Sara ota later on. + Frank Slnr! :
VENICE All L'. S, L itiz e ns of 21 )'ears nr
Cancel which: was the second .
,
::1 age or older who have lived In RADIOSINSTRIMFNT PI10\IGRtpI(
BOWLAKADE .1f lwst cause of death 1 Is still
for and In Sarasota : : : > MUSIC
Florida
one year
Dr
1 than
higher necessary.
:i:1. And Grill Wright d,clared. but It ran be County for six months arc ALPHA MUSIC SHOP

( crated If treated In t:me, Thl eligible to register '
213 West Unireve. -- --- CAR MCI! GUITARS'l Phone Venice 2663
in'in- that cases must be seen
Phon. 2661CIUIL LEAVES FOR LONDON
i and diagnosed during the earl
''r.t OPEN stages of the disease Now that M Cousins. in charge of maintenance -
' 7 a.in. to 11 pmKlpins the state legislature has made I of K U's winter quarters

t' 4pm, vundnsiKOULINCi I available funds for treating Indi- hue has left for Ljndon Ky.
ALLEYS in response to a telegraphic summons f
1 sen cancer case we should seesome
' 6 p in to It pm.f. reduction In the number of from Colonel! C B. Richmond

f. deaths from cancer." Cousins was accompanied
on the trip by ills assistant C. C
Donol'an.
Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet

( niE IN: LET l'S SHOW Tide Tables

YOU T1II PLANE THAT VENICE ISLET
, ALMOST: FLIES ITSELF Date High Low
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Fri. A"K'I II1S2 m. 1:11 pm
SEE VENICE FROM THE AIR -_PASSENGER. HOPS tl.50 1'01.. AUK. 2 2U am RUS am
i EARN: TO FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONS .. Au. 1 12.11 ."m.m. 11:14 6:511: I"mlIun. am
dnvirnmi'nt',\p|>ruve<] School Continuous Enrollment N'' pm. a:'S 1'mM"n" S, of r r e
I Au. 1 a:2. am, 7 "12 a m. 1

J & J MR\ ( :\ T.. INC. .. AUK. S 1:1a'8:21,tS"m a p.m m., 11:22 PUpmTut. P,4u": a,m.mW.A.

P. O II 'x 2=49 P O. Him 291 P. O. Box 1137 Au. ": "u3 am 11:11,.., a m
sKlNT\ 8:11 pm. 10 pmThur.
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( of officer, also urged that any beach -
| DDT Spraying "
OLD MILL r
property owners who may have I WHEEL LAND CLEARING !>?
I Started burled the fish carcasses In shallow Blmt M4 SuMtililwi 'W.rk f t
Beaches holes obtain some crankcaseoil W*'Hw All All-New Outfit IprMInf f
pour It over the spot, and M Su-Ton BulldutwClement :t I
! This MorningUnder then set fire to It. & Wagner
Phone 12SI P. O. But ft '
This action he said would
pre VENICE
direction of Dr. F. Earl
vent maggots from
crawling to
of the U. 8. Public Health 47
rvmon the surface.
spraying of Sarasota "
Service Although no dead fish have DependableService r +
beaches with DDT to kill r
County come ashore in the Englewood
or
and larva breeding in carcases -
flies Venice areas during the
past
of dead fish washed ashore
week the "red tide" apparently WE SPECIALIZE IN "
the "red tide" was startedthis
(ron having drifted uorth toward Products
Chrysler
morning. Tampa Bay Dr. Wrlg-ht said yesterday .
The DDT Is being provided by he had received reports
the state, with the county cooperating some fish have been washed up NOKOMISGARAGE 4 eo
( in meeting labor costs. again In the Sarasota area apparently
I The spraying will be done by because of shifting 47 3
hand from trucks and residents winks.r '
| of beaches are urged to watch fo T GEORGE T DEVUNriione : I'
the workers and aid them In their 2.181 It I
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Winter Reservations N S yY- 1S ,'. t NIK, litutattMOTfCTS DDT tl'


If You are Planning on Coming to Venice ff

Next Winter, May We Surest :Now Is the ; ;:

Time to Make Room Reservations? 1011 for

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Already Have Done So, Freeing Their 111.11I11'1.1 [.:DilHi 1 I' I.
Shown above Is one of Florida's picturesque sights and a favorite
Minds from "\Vhere-Shall-\Ve-Sta "
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tourist attraction ruins of a mill's old water wheel near m
Questions. St. Augustine, oldest city In the United States. Fishing Supplies .I

Marine Equipment

NIECE OF NOKOMIS I Hardware

HOTEL RESIDENTS WED IN TERRY Paints Enamels
EL PATIO
BEAUTY SHOP i Co..
ANNAPOLIS CEREMONYIn Plastic err
Age
Berkeley Bid*. Nokomis
R3 W. Venice An'ENICE, FLORID Phone 3572 a ceremony performed July Boat & Equipment Co. c I
26 In Annapolis, Md. at St. Phone 2875
SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT Anne's Episcopal Church. Mrs. Phone 2753
Royal Rodney Ingersoll the former On The Trail Vokomit
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Grace Helen Earle, became >
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the bride of Theodore Evan Davies -
of Detroit, Mich The bride
I A Privilege' to Live tn Florida Is!
was given in marriage! by Admiral ,
Royal Ea'on Ingersoll of Wash A Distinction to Live in Venice ,I
ington. D. C. I : ,
GulfTheatre Mrs. Davies. who was then Mrs. : H. WIMMERS ''t.e
Ingersoll visited her uncle and \t ,
aunt, Captain and Mrs. Charles r RrolturVENICE I f, .
Snow Alden. at their home In .
Nokomis last February, Her great- FLORIDA '
grand-father was rector of St. Where the T.mi.mi Trail Meets the Open Gulf :
Anne's, where the wedding took i I
place for 30 years. _.JL LllJIlS n 7tr tri 11 C fiT"u't 'il1lli S 3[m t

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e. ROAR I I1 VEN1CE-NOKOMW CHURCHES METHODIST

w ) I LIFE INTHE 6yKANE CHURCH

Bar Point, Nok.mil

George L. Harper Minister|
10 am. Sunday School.,
11 a,m. Mornlni WorHp.
.:10 p.m., Youth Ftllovihi,
1ll pm Even Mr\lr.
W.dn.d. 110 rm, 0l..a4,
prayer and iont Mrvlct,
"I do not agree with a word you say I. but I will defend Englewood Service
t with my life your right to say it.' VOLTAIRE ) Lampp 10 a.m., aup't.Sunday School Km Ua.

x Published every Fria.r- Editorial and business office, 313 West l a p.m. Church ..rvl... ii d
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Boa 632. Phone Venice 3131, BAPTIST '11III

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION FIRST CHURCH
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Nassau it Miami Av..M

Entered ai tecond-clau- matter June 6, 1946, at the post office D. Campbell Venice Crawford, Pastor t
,' at Venice Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. 10 .m. Bible CI....
II a.m. Morning xrvlctpm ,
Subscription rale.: One year, $2.50; six months, $1.50; threetncntht <:IU B.Y.P.U.
first 20 ':30 pm Evening nn\rt\ ,
word,
75c. Clarified advertising rate 2 cents per Wednesday, 7Kli i m Mid, .w..inriytr
I words 1 cent per word for each additional word.- urvic*. __
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CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher
t{ OSPREY BAPTIST
HELEN WILLIAMS Office Manager CHIRCH
!:. R... J. W. Hinton, Pastor
i 10 a m. Sunday Ill,h" II ,
: MONDAY IS ELECTION DAY Mominu wrvlrti 6 pm BTU J ,P:
ri Evening Hivktl Iltdn" i-i 1 Plio
t prayer mrcilni
:; :Next MtuiJ.iv \ugust 4, citizens of Venice will got ( z _

f the pfiiN, in i express approval or disapproval:! of the two I ST. MARK'S CHURCH EPISCOPAL

.j' proposals advanced! by the city council and Mayor Clyde Riviera St. and Palermo place

; v. Hh.t', :. 1 Edward King. In rharr. of
j1 I t rte: propdsitiiin i is whether the City of Venice shall 1145 a.m.summer Sunday senuvv 0huul,

, j i j. 'ue J0"v IIJ i( in revenue certificates to finance construction \ IT'S ALL RIGHT IW GIVING A WTCH-HIKE'R I 11 ...m Morning ,eri.e.

: ) ot a sewage disposal plant and system to serveill I A LIFT TO DES MOINESM" CHURCH OF COD

." existing buildings; within the city and serve as a foun- Venice AvenueRev.

\ dilion: to care 'for future growth. I C. 1>. J.rms.n Tutor

The other is whether the city council should tr.to. NEW COUNTY BUDGET TOTALS I 10 11 a.m...m. Sunday Pre.chinn Sihoui.

Behind its present 5ll2oo t () ) ) bonded indebtedness at a 1 30 pm, PieachintThur.d.y ..
1:au I'm Young roo'lilScrvk 1
+I Tile of interest t of not more than three per cent inasmuch $627,332 $69,210 INCREASE Fridiy*. '.s pm, brntdt 'm'ler.

l .: K under the present set-up the rate will soon increase to i ..
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A budget of 627332.40 to cover Sarasota County expenses for
i' three per cent and then go even higher. the fiscal year starting October 1, an increase of $$69,210 over last VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH

' if here I seems.to be nil organized: opposition to either year's $$558,121.51 budget figure, this week was given tentative ap- Nassau at Temps A.....

,l" I fOfostl.! inasmuch as it is generally recognized!( that proval by the Board of County Commissioners. I Rev. C, U Venice U'lMidr Pastor

.' i'' \ enfce' must have an :adequate sewer s\stem and com- Chief Items responsible for the t a.m. M..t.Lemon .
barrassing position of having to
rr..n, sense indicates that refunding the"bonded indebtedness Increase are the Mosquito Con-
ask for more taxes. But the con-
from 24020.93
.I.I i will save the city a considerable amount of money trol to 35904.34 fund's jump: County equipment census Is that the public asks for Bay Post

: f In years to come. from 21170.93 to $41,53026 and progress and continuously new

to But we hope that very Lick of opposition will not the Public Health fund's boost projects and services and there- Meets Monday

'f ,Ideal the real purpose of the election. from $$27,345.93 to 548.261.97 This fore will" have to dig just a little

, It is i true that the election is purely "an advisory latter figure Includes a $15000 deeper. With announcement of com

i ; c'erendum" designed simply to let the city officials donation being made to the "Sar mittee appointment slated to be
j Memorial Hospital. Licensee
asota Veterans Liquor Can Move
'J; Know how the citizenry feels about the situation even ." one of the most Important nut
,'' To City Without ApprovalOf ters to come up, the new Land
'hough the council need not be bound by the results one Of the 627332.40 tentativelyset Bay Post of the American Legion

v .I'i." or the other. up for the coming year's County CommissionersAttorney will hold Its second meeting next!

!I But there is an even more important reason why county expenses $495.408 56 willEDITOR'S General J. Tom Wat- Monday night at 8 o'clock tt

t e cry Venetian voter should cast a favorable ballot next son this week ruled that the holder Community Hall Engle"' ood,
( NOTE. The Gondolier -
'T:, \ Monday, even if it happens to involve a little personal has not had time to an of a valid liquor license can All veterans of the Lemon Bal
inconvenience in the to move his place of business from area are invited to attend the
to
making a trip polls. Namely, alyze the county budget and
,J II I TIll up such an overwhelmingly!( favorable vote in favor of tax firunrs! particularly as they the country Into a municipality meeting, said Commander J. D.
without getting the permission of ,
:. the Fewer proposal: that the very figures( themselves will apply to District 3 (Osprey the county commissioners. Tate

serve notice on the rest of the world that Venice is a truly Laurel Nokomis, Venice) and
In
I so advising County Attor-
District 4 (Englewood), but will I FILES CH.RGESI
i progressive city a growing city that is doing its best endeavor to present a complete ney H. A. Rider of LaBelle, the
:. to prepare for even greater expansion. report next week. attorney general recited the law I State Attorney Clyde Wilson i

1 Let's all go( to the polls at the Chamber of Commerce which states that a liquor license Sarasota this week filed Intonations criminal

Monday' between 8 a,m. and 6 p.m., and cast our pert go for operational expenses as holder can move his place of bus- In the circuit court J. B. YII'
compared to $414,012.05 for this: iness within a county by surrendering docket charging ;
on.i! ballot for a greater Venice.SUBSCRIPTION. both aI
brough and E. J. Tyson
his
purpose last year. That repre- license to the tax col-
sents an Increase of $81,396.51. lector and applyir ,.," anotherfor Fort Myers with "breaking slid
'or The total estimated expenses I the new location and the entering with Intent to conn"
ORDER
two mell
The
for bonds interest and sinking county commission does not needto a misdemeanor.
VENICE GONDOLIER, fund requirements amount to approve the transfer. were caught at gunpoint em
week by W. 0
:F f P. 0. Box 632, 131923.84 this year as comparedto Recently, Mr. and Mrs. Charles one morning last around
prowling
' Venice, Florida. last year's similar figure of Macatee received permission from Hubbard while
I, $$144,109. This Is a decrease of the Venice city council to Installa the Target Trailer Park In Lsd
Please send THE GONDOLIER for Polls
me VENICE: one Chief of
J'. fl approximately 12000. cocktail lounge In their plannednew according to

year ( $2.50) ................. .. .. six months ( $1.50): .. ................... In indicating tentative acceptance restaurant In the Slede Gerry Pestotnik of Venice.
of this year's higher budget, building here, but when they requested -
J or three months ((75c) ............. ... .... and admitting the tax rate will transfer of their liquor -
f (All subscriptions miiil he paid in advance) as a result be Increased the com license from the Fiesta Restaurant AFTER YOU HAVE

missioners said: on the Trail near Sarasota, READ THIS COPY ,
Nance OF THE GONDOLIER

[ ::: :: :: == = I ious"Increasing services, demands coupled with for con-var- the them county down commissioners after receiving turned a pro- WHY TO SOME NOT FRIEND MAIL IT

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Address .... .. stantly Increasing costs, places test from Col. C. B. Richmond of UP NORTH? _
the board In the somewhat em. KMI.

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FUNERAL HELD Mrs. Geo. Hauser Forty-three Attend I ed the Legionnaires in numerous
last ,
held
Lai services' were 1 l rd4p -e
activities, aided in furnishing the
L, at Venice-Nokomis Meth- Re-elected Head No-Vel Post's'Birthday clubhouse sent Christmas basketsto

l church for Herbert P.Ih Of Baptist WMU disabled veterans hospitals,

Sr., who died last Friday. Dinner' participated in the "Gift to a a, e+

Rtv. George L. Harper offl1 Mrs. campaign and Is now engaged -
George Hauser
of Venice
interment followed in NoIS' Forty-three members and In making bandages for t
was re-elected president of the };,
Cemetery Pallbearer .inL friends of No-Vel Post No. 159 of veterans hospitals. +
Southwest
Florida
Baptist Wom <
Roland HIIR the American Legion last Mon Those attending '
Curry.Courtoy.gW. an's Missionary Union at the were:
Zelgler. L. one-day quarterly association! day night at Johnny's Coffee Mr and Mrs. Louis Adorjan

aid and A. L. Blalock.Business session In Sarasota Thursday at Shop in Sarasota attended a spe- Mr. and Mrs. T S. Eddy, Mr. and t
cial 'birthday dinner" markingthe Mrs. Carl H. .. GOING NORTH 0:04 .
fLdilL.t1 the Second Baptist Church. Mrs. Wolf. Mr and Mrs. ,

Muriell Thompson: of Laurel. who first anniversary of the local Gerry Pestotnik. Mr and Mrs. J. BUYING TRIP

veterans' organization Douglas Arnall. Mr. and Mrs. H. r
was re-named associational !
young ...
AND H41 people's director, was the only Commander Ralph O Simpson P. Kuykendall, Mr and Mrs. Please call before

ProfessionalDirectory other officer elected at that time. acted as master of ceremoniesand Ralph G. Simpson! : v 5 p m..t.

The rest of the officers will be gave a short talk outliningthe Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sjoblom, ;

voted on at the fall quarterly first years activities of the Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Blades Mr ) Saturday, August 9. I

tMNtN1A1adOf meeting which Is scheduled for post and Mrs. Theo Dandrldge Mr. oJ. ., for repair work. } ,
Ntrr Simpson and Mrs. J. A. Johnston. Mr t -1
October 8 at the First Baptist pointed out that the and Will re-open about
Church Bradenton. post not only had handled several Mrs. Barry Wlmblsh. Mr, and
ROOFING for repair work.
welfare cases during the year Mrs. Aldlne Chenault, Mr and i
...
| Woik of All KindsAim Approximately: 100 women and
Roof 1 and sponsored Andrew Malanca'strip Mrs. Bazil! E. Bowen. Mr. and .
JONES young people from the 18 I
P. to Boys' State in Tallahassee. Mrs. Paul Goldenstein, KNOWLES r
Phone 2981 churches In the area were present .. .
but had purchased Its own Yen- Mrs. Mabel Suils Mrs. Anne
for the meeting which featured JEWELERSBerniece
Ic-> Air! Base clubhouse from the Surls, Mrs. Alice Lumlry. MI s....
a young peoples' Rally t
pro- city Furnishings and recreational Potaby Mrs. B. B. T Po..t Office Arcade
gram. The theme for the day was
CHECKED
equipment also wer icqulrcd Dunn; 'l I
H i".I/H. "World Need.
Auxiliary Helps The Rev George L. Harper, -
.0. Mossy track Highlights of the day's program .- .
islet from itching cameo by-- Anne Surls, president of the Cecil H. Grieve Fred Nelson. Lester "
.pimples and ether tethiaqam were talks by the Rev. A Scott I
;y"hot spites, lull" mediated,liquid auxiliary repoited that since ItWas Luckey Jess I. Howard. J. L. .'
M mm Patterson director of educationalwork @qII
.t A '. ,.......... '
ncmfTiON. organized last tne f .
..ncI.IanISoot'heat comfort and for the Southern Baptist year aux Dunn. Everett Dilggers Flank ..
itchinf 35e trial bottleDoII'1 iliary has sent Virginia Bowdento Lanius
y calm money mien bick _....A.your Denomination In Lagos Nigeria. I kI
OM Glih' State la Tallahassee.
\why ,tat D. D. 0. ruMcmrrio Africa and the Rev. D. Campbell
raised rchablitatlon work funds
Crawford of the Venice First
through Poppy Day Salo assist-
{
Baptist Church. I: OFFICIAL AAA SERVICE 11

The missionary spoke during

rMMWilations the morning program:: telling of CLASSIFIEDADS COLEMAN'SGarage i

the educational work being done

In Nigeria and stressing the need and Service Station

for more schools In that mission.
<2c a word tint 20 word., tc track TEXACO PRODUCTS I
field. The Rev. Crawford, who additional w.rd. Minimum charge,
25c. Liih with Ad. Special rates
AUTO and PAINT SHOP I
spoke In the afternoon addressed for moro thin on. insertion of the
the the jme >d. Ads will b* accepted overthe MOTOR
group on subject Come. TUNE-UP LUBRICATION
StrarcHn Hit -
I
Slop -Try telephone (3131) up to S p.m.
I Go He emphasized the opportunities Thursday, with the understanding
mi of ugly pimplei, rashes, Krhlnir a.d..I1. will emit payment ACCESSORIES TIRES BATTERIES )
I skill disorders mulling from ex. for young people to "heed pomptly.) 1y
_, imutionf can often bt quickly re- On the Trail VENICE l'rmne2lf S i
b br trait simple inrxpintlvt trvalmwit. the Invitation of God and theno >
El mill bolllt or Moon Emtrald
Oil
i
ii rmrnl drug fton IM ai dlncttd for into the wcrld with His! Gos
if aatnfartien guaranteed or money I FOR SALE t
&sun you got Atoone'a Emerald OIL pel. .

The morning session opened Two. 1111'\\:11.: one m.n', one in-
dir and a dnk Alpha M..ie tihp. '
with representatives of the WMU.

YWA OA and RA and Sunbeam 'Cooke IIATH'I'I'II 201,41.. r"mplrty with' fittings. Call Public NoticeUnder 1

Whop we toy Polito Band. A covered dish luncheonwas

b ft*Cigar supreme, t/s' served at noon. SITUATION WANTEDLAUNDRY .

n moon |just that Young people of the Sarasota UK -HOlM'WdKK- :- wantalby -- the "permanent registration" special act

N, other cigar, rtmtom Or the day A-k fur "T.imm V.lilnN.irro brand of
First Baptist Church opened the ) passed by the last legislature a new list
such high t ginrl.r.' '
queerly tobacco Yell, afternoon session with a flannel- qualified electors is being compiled for Sarasota f

rV !b plenty of the cricrfctit graph demonstration of the story 1\ ANTEDtiANTI"DI County. ALL PREVIOUS REGISTRATIONS WILL ;

HAVANA tobacco grown on The Good Samaritan. Preceding ,.. t
BABY Rises: M Alex BE DISCARDED. Even though have beena
Island of Cuba In wry the address by the Rev. Ciawford Muph'nio.( sect ..Ir",.. you may

I Melba ctgar Try one today.YM Olen Corbitt and Charles Fore of WANT TO Hlr..ur.n.m house voter here for many years, you must reregisternow 1

mil tnjor It from the the: host church sang a duet with ground. for ..""'n and fruit. In or in order to get on the new list of qualified t
nmr linn'* I'rnid l..ut II Mm Richard -
| M to the (lost puff. Other special music for the day r: M.ir."l.nl. 11'll F'nl"n A,... New electors. t

row dealer does solo by Miss Betty Ziegler fork lily C7BUSINESS.
was a Henceforth voter's will be stricken
act tart Milaai, write a name
11M O Iit( 0 Mtg11,IQ111(1 t 1 of Venice and selections by the PERSONALS from the list of qualified electors every four years
Sextette of Palmetto BapU.tChurch. ---- -- --- -
SHIII' TANK and ti..i>>..1 l cleaning unless they sign and return a "re-registration past\
with, M",ilirn pumping fimii.t Re.a'nnble .- '
-- rut.. li.llrII and Allen Phone card" that will be sent to them by this office.

MELBA Many trees and plants com I'lTI.. Starting August 1 and continuing until September

to the Appalachian mountain DRIVEWAYS ILT IN Murk. fill dirt..h.II. books of Sarasota
mon ini-ntc work of nil kinds with 1, 1947, voters registration -
'HI CIGAR SUPHI Ml j I country may be found at ,'m..... I....,'.. AI"'J.n. I'hone S4I2 County will be open at the following locations

Torreya State Park. for convenience. After September 1 it will be
-i REAL ESTATE FOR SALE your ,
necessary to register at this office in the Court Houseat
YOU JUST aYTHIGdNATIIRE
I.'E Acreage Sarasota. ;

DISTRICT NO. 1-Otis 1... Howell, Commissioner.

VENICE FARMS LOCATION DEITTV *t
? PRECINCT
<< 2 Fruitvllle Mr. Gantt

$23.00() to 850.00() () 10 Ind Concrete CoiN i+

Orange & EL RWI Bliss Warfield ?tt {

An Acre DISTRICT NO. 2-W. S. Harris Commissioner. ''

Nature may endow you with 1 McAn-h Annex M.SS Alice McCall

"breathtaking beauty, a lovely FEZ SIMPLE DEED 3 Edwards Grocery StoreBthia
tBTOCTom
figure. She may be-
lv! gUIa on you that make Avenue East C Ford Edwaid
you
;
for abstract
Purchaser to pay
brilliant Lena Hauls
Mrs
attres a leader in 4 Bee Ridge

1JW at class at college, sought DISTRICT NO. 3-W. L. Woodard, Commissioner.
dances
IStf or a charming
and mother. H. N. \VirnmersREALTOR 6 Osprey Mercantile Co. L. H. Thames'

Yes 7 Nokomis Post Office Edward Com toy
yeti may all this.
And YoU may ddo your face 8 VN Chamber of Commerce Harry A. Beach

lIIOck1ngly lbese slapped If you suffer VENICE FLORIDA 11 Bee Ridge Rd & Trail Henry Smith

'bleh distressing ao symptoms, O 12 Sarasota Beach Grocery ,
many unfortunate +
|skit and women do. LEGAL NOTICES Mrs. O D. Buikmast.rDISTRICT

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Something You Should NOTICE NO. 4-P. E. Buchan Commissioner,
Compound N 45'E LAW' ,
Not Joke About forget- Plnkham's IMIrR: HCTITHHH
pots MOW than relieve such TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 9 Englewood Oscar E. Anderson
80
disturbances U female functional monthly monthly pain. This great medi- "'linni Notice liunMimil li hfrcby n>given the ficllllou that the under Name 13 Myakka Bridge John R. Paulk

Uler are using you to cine ALSO relieves accompanyingnervous Statute HOUM Hill No. 1175. (hmitirNo. 15 Swift & Bee Ridge Rd. O L. Conner
from Pain, nervous cUa- tension Irritability, ..uU. Laws uf Florida 1M1. will

CIUIky and feel weak restlei, 10 those Urfd-out. mean 'plekoneveryone' I.. irt. I In' and 'fur,: SHr...Mil H .of r.unty the Circuit, Unr.Mil. DISTRICT NO. 5-J. O. AHem)!.", Commissioner.
and
IIInost irritable that you feelings-when due to uiHin receipt uf Proof ..' the ..- 1Myakka Mrs Roy Crowley

II\he-devil this cause. Taken regularly n..1 lliii nattier, the fictitious name tin 16 ........ ....... ...,..,.. .. ..
thruout the monthPinkham'sCompound wit
tau SHOULDN'T J0" build resis- VENICE RADIO SERVICE 17 Beverly Terrace Vernon Hayes
I1&ht Amen-f Start helps up under whkh I urn engaged In business.
away-try Lydia B. Pink- tance against such distress-avery 1 vxowt Ui rnifMir In bu.lnm* nl num 18 White City Grocery Mr. Gantt
n eve Vegetable Compound sensible thing to do. Just hr "51 J Wear Venire A.rnu., In the Lily
such .ymptoola. It'. fa- see If you too don't remarkably of VwiUw. MnrMi. DIXON
us b thli That the party Inltrwled In old boa W. T. ,
Purpose And dont benefit All drugstores. I..". entrrprhr l> a folluollrrCII.
: H GRIEVE. 8ik. Own.r. Supervisor of Registration
._ L L vttosTAMILKaO Dated .t V....... tinrxKila County FUir- i {
life. July '1. 1K47.
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VENICE OONDOUER Friday.
page S2
! i Leo Kropp Named to been a member of NO.V.I
I to swim" campaign conducted by LABOR DAY No 159 and Is
: now
Committees
No for a
Charge Louis Suter at the Pines Hotel Two Legion the new Lemon wetpbe

Beach pool (Continued from page one) Appointment of Leo Kropp of Bay put 11 to
'Movies' at Legislative and
29 Pass Test Bowen said "but there 110'11be Englewood to two Important mlttees Boy Stoup
Mrs Marjorie Adorjan an- every minute
TuesdayNight something doing American Legion Department of
nounced that 29 of the 39 children from morning until midnight
succeeded In pass- Florida committees was announced -
enrolled
Yk':+ the Gulf Theatre soiled- "We think this second annual Ad-
tests Sixteen graduates this week by Department
ned to reopen August 15, the fi-Ira ing their Labor Day celebration under No-
received their cards and Celt A Reid Mann of Palatka
draw
sponsorship will :jutant
) motion picture presentation Vel post's
"tarpon" emblems at the jljol' las Frank
1 he Summer Recreation Pro. the biggest crowd In Venice's his- Department Commander
of the 16 pass- 1
; ," ', will bo presented at 8 Saturday Eleven I tory and ve are making prepar- H Caton named Kropp, who Is a

i 'rck next Tuesday evening at ed their 50-yard test at," that time ations to entertain them with World War I veteran and has
"V
i V' ce B"lch. It was announced and received a felt stunts and events that will make

I "J day bActing General Those receiving their awards at the day live long in their memOry -

C h j:ian BA/H E Bowen. the pool Saturday were: Phyllis ,"
Earl Nancy Dye Mary Earl. Ann JossartKincaidDependable
I "\"c "mo\'.tf" will be free, with ,
Franklin, Marjorie "Mimi" Ador-
: -' lectlin! whatsoever being SPEC'HL :MEETING Plumbers

i -k-r.: Bowen aid, and a special i Jan Jon Barry Wimbish. Steven A special meeting of the Young
'. Dye, Bill Wimbish, Leland Koog- Contracting & Repairing
e r ltt1'e: ;i' planned, Matrons' Bible Circle will be heldat
I Ride-
lee, Mickey Keys Buddy
4'' a' and i, tie Summer Barbara Adorjan June 8 o'clock tonight at the homeof 323 U, Venice Avenue

d' 'n P', CI m free leaip I I Buckelew nour. Ronny Higel, Sonny Mr, Vincent B Dixon The Phone 2665LIST
Rev. Hendley F. Jelk will act a'
Phillips and David: Edge

I Venice i Cards and emblems also were instructor. o

'I' RADIO I SERVICE mailed to the folioing: Hazel Of PrescriptionDEMAND

i ,4041 1 4,% .. FQIII'tigTFt and Margaret Dixon, Muriel POLLS OPEN DISSATISFIED CUSTOMERS KNOW.HOI
LE rUTS Ginger David and Louise Hit-

11 I ;hie David Harriman Joan Dye (Continued from page one'
) Stephens Almost an\one ran an,
Tommy Hubbard. Bobby clerk, this week posted a list of
i Joseph Keys. Bobby Bla- 193 qualified electors eligible to package and make clung
but to properly roropomrf
If lock aid Billy Fenn.GONDOLIER cast ballots in Monday's election prescription nquiirirtn

an Increase of :20! over the 173
Classified Adscost education, training and tpcrienre
December'scity
registered for last
H. 'u RUMP' REPAIRN: yet produce fine results plus thorough tamlnatlon
little
J council election At that time
IRFF: setIV11Es111141r
I : Just phone Venice 3131 be- bthr stair ftscrlptlons
111 I ,. s:3i I 125 ballots were cast
i r1 W %met ., tarsio demand knolrhWe
Core 5 pm. Thursdays:
:
I While this election Is only an have It,
advisory referendum," designed

ill .\\m\ltlt. FOR IMMEDIATE DELIA FRY simply to let the city councilmen
know; how Venice citizens feel i The Rexall Stor

about the new sewage system and
3-IN-l KITCHEN UNITMONEL "Prnrrlptlnii Kpwiliu-
refunding plans, Mayor Clyde V i
i' POST 0 HlE AKCtDE
Mice! urged that everyone make it PHONE Simi \l\

, t' ELECTRIC METAL RANGE SINK a special point to vote ........................ .4'.4 4444fi
"I hope the vote is so strongly
If ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR
favorable," he said, "that It will i FOR SALE

1\\ ( Xow On Display Here! tell everyone Venice Is a progressive -

city and Is making preparations -
i
i Government Surplus Buildings
I for the growth ,,'e all confidently -
1 Clime in and look over this latest marvel of kitchen en-
:
j .. .. 'erne '- the PARSONS: Purealre Kitchen Unit Compacter anticipate"Go ; 20 x 60 20 x 100
I :, ,' i:' beautiful In Its gleaming white enamel and silvery Ahead Signal ,
,ni. >,. Men! Vital finish the Puieaire Kitchen Unit is de- The mayor said the council 20x90 16 x 16
,
t ; d 01 modem living
will construe a favorable vote as
It ,:" in electric refrigerator of 4'j cubic feet capacity /
i .' (;{l'ne lange with three surface burners and a large oven. being the "go ahead" signal for PARKS & TTEVenice
\ .tcr.I :..fetalink two drawers SIX shelves a cutting the sewer project
ti".rd moi.r:ed on one door, and numerous other features sure "The system would provide Army Air BaseSPICE
delight any woman Yet It occupies a minimum of space
mfa"ui:ng 22' deep, 46" in width and 81" high sewers for every existing buildingIn :>*....... NtlJttttHM
I I Venice including the Edge-

wood section and would be so
II E P LEn & TAYLOR constructed as to furnish a foundation -

Phones: ton future expansion, as
11 Patio Hotel Building Day Night homes and business structuresare
"i; Arnirr I florid 3o64 2853 or 2313 built in other parts of the

( I city OF

I "The sewage plant would be ot

! the most modern design, in accordance -

i with plans drawn up for LIFE

r, VENICE LANDCOMPANY us by C. K S. Dodd, Sarasota tl
engineer of national reputation
I
'Venice needs a sewer system

right now and doubly needs It if
I Friendly Companions
we are to grow As for building at

4i this time, no less an authority

i than Florida's chief sanitary engineer Conversation
Congenial
r David B Lee, )las urgedus ,
r to go ahead with constructionas

soon as possible, pointing out Town -
1 And the Best Drinks in
1t
that by so doing, we will get In

Registered Real Estate Broker ahead of the tremendous amount
of similar work being planned by
At Prices.That's
Popular .
i other cities throughout the nation s .
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WE HAVE SEVERAL To Save Money

Mayor HI gel said the refunding
at
Get
What You
NICE HOMES AND Question seemed to him to be simply -

a question of good financial

APARTMENT HOUSES practice He urged a "yes" vote

i on this proposition too. Smitty's Tavern"The
"Our bond interest rate will
FOR
SALE
soon go up to three per cent, and

then will increase to as high as

""' ...... Prices Reasonable council five per can cent"refund he said.the'If cltya the Bright Spot on the Trail"Delicious

$312,000 bonded Indebtedness at

3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone 3581"In a rate not to exceed three per Sandwiches When You Are Hungry

cent, it would seem to be only

Business To Help Build Venice and Venice Values" and good business for them to do so 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice
save the
city that extra Interest -
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