Venice gondolier
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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00078
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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mateursPerform Council Proceeds With Sewer ProjectAs I High School r

o Result of Favorable Vote Monday; To Have 11Teachers

tTheatre Orders Reduction in KMI License Fee fit' I

I detailed financial report cov-

lf Activities of the Summer Voters ApproveS 1|Rate Changed to Addition of three new instructors .

teatlon Program sponsored by Election Results repotted this week by Principal t

| p.TA. and other organi/a- wers, 51-14; SE1ER: Flat Charge of Homer Mikesdl, will give I
and disclosing a balance of PROJECT: I tie Venice-Nokomls High School .

\, on hand after all bills were Refunding, 53-9 For 51 $12 Per PupilIn a teaching staff of 11. largest In If
can submitted "to the pu'> Against. 14 the history of the institution

| ,today by Mrs MarJorie Adaswcretary : '- ly Backed 4-to-1 vote by lat in favor Mondays of the near I BOND REFUNDING: a move that served the double While Sarasota County schools i

-'asuier of tie proposed I For purpose of making a 15 pel do not open until Monday S,'p-
$275,000 J
'am committee sewage disposal I Against cent reduction In the new occu- tember 8, all teachers will report
system Venice 9
city councilmenon
ntrlbutions from various luirgarlzatlons pational license fee to be assess ir Sarasota on August 25 to stall
Tuesday night took .
and the CI'.' of steps ed against KMI and at the same discussion of teaching and cur

cc: and proceeds from the toward getting work on the time strengthening the legalityof ricula plans for the new term.
project under within
way a short
4th celebration and tn! the entire set-up. the city The three new teachers at VeNo .
Illy motion picture show to. time. Nearby council last Tuesday night .Hi are:

ld $34966, Mrs. Adorjan red The council unanimously amended Its new occupational license Miss Myrtle Mae McOmnis 7.

Expenditures amounted adopted a resolution authorizing Cities to Sponsor ordinance to provide that from Yellowstone, Wyo.. who will i

14607. Mayor Clyde V. Hlgel and City boarding schools pay a flat $12 teach Home Economics; Sylvia .
Attorney Marion A. Braswell Entrants
Next Friday Night I to I per pupil. B. Paulson Marshfield, Wise.

acing event of the Sumner negotiate a new $275.000 revenue I Under the ordinance adopted English. and Charles R. Oadd, 1

reaction Program will be 'tht certificate contract with Baynard I Invitations to sponsor an en- last month, despite a storm of formerly of Mai letta. Ohio but
Bros. trtnt In the big
Realty and Insurance Co of Bathing Beauty
protest led by several business previously teacher
a in Florida
.ateur Night" finals, to bed '
St. Contest that will be
Petersburg to of the
provide funds
next I' men. boarding schools would haveto schools physical education and
Friday night at the I
for the work. many features of the Second .An. I
f! Theatre when that shof *'- nua)- Labor Day- i -: : pay at the rate of $10 for each science Oadd will coach the local c I
reopens, after being closed The certificates would be on a Celebration heie of their first 50 pupils and $15 high school's athletic teams, $
I September 1 a_
were sent out this
jmmer for redecoration and: three per cent interest rate, the per pupil for those in excess of Returning leathersIn f
week to American
r improvements city would receive par and Bay- Legion posts 50. addition to Principal Homer /

:. and Mrs. Victor Retty, nard Bros. would receive a two I cities and Chambers within a radius of Commerce of 100 miles in I The move to fix the flat $12 Mikesell returning faculty members -
per cent commission In turn are: Miss Mildred McAmis,
,rl of the theatre, haved I|lof Venice. rate was taken by the council
posting a two per cent performance upon advice of City Attorney Social Science: Miss Dellena.
to have the
,I" finals staged there"Amateur in bond. B E. Bowen, general chairmanof I Marlon A. Braswell, who returned Jelks, 5th Orade; Mrs. Virginia

notion with the Light tote the Labor Day celebration and to Venice last week after a Wynn 6th Grade: Jack Wilkinson

feature showing of Although last Monday turnoutof Ralph O Simpson, commander of business-vacation trip to North Technical Training; Miss
picture, "Stallion .
voters was, No Vel Post No. 159 American Carolina. Braswell Lily Mooie, Mathematics; Mrs.
|d, and selected short sub. as expected very told the council
'. Paul Goldenstein light only about one-third of Legion, which Is sponsoring the such action should prevent Pearl Plummer, English, and Mrs

tt as master of ceremonies.r. Is slated. the city 193 registered voters event, sent out the Invitations. any charge of "discrimination"being Amy Sproull Commercial.

going to the polls the sewer Prizes of $50, $25 and $15 will raised. While nothing has been doneas
and Mrs. Retty will donate be awarded to the girls who win yet on contemplated repairs
plans were approved by the Urges $6 Fee
}'i of 110 for f
the winner of the zenry overwhelmingly 51 to the three top spots in the contest and Improvements at Venice-No ",'
J CIU'I Dr. T S. Thompson president I
and $5 for the "
An even greater percentage All girls H6 to 22 years old 'Continued on page five)
'rup Consolation prizes of of the council attempted to geta I
and single whose entries
are accepted
vored the bond refunding -- ---
ach will proposal lower rate suggesting $6
be per
awarded I
to the ,
Continued on page two) the tally showing 531 j will be given free meals pupil, after Councilman Finn Cas New Venice Inlet ,
"ayes" and 9 "noes." Continued on page two) persen introduced his "$12
Consequently the council mov- I __ ___ pupil motion which Road Slated to
was seconded
iJf Vacationble \ ed Tuesday night to refund the {! TWO VENICE WOMEN by Councilman George Hi ;z

School city s present in$312.000 order to bonded obtain indebtedness A- ESCAPE INJURY AS gel. Be Opened Sunday

Smyth Biohaidwho .
lower Interest rate not more CAR OVERTURNS Street Commissioner Geoige''
arts just returned from a vacation
Monday than three per cent. trip to Wyoming and Yellowstone Higel announced last night that

Would Soon Go I'p Mrs. Victor Retty and Mrs. Park, observed. "I'm Inclined the new road:: to Venice Inlet,
th all children from 3 to 13 The existing bonds, Issued orig- Louis Appolson of Venice were to think it could come I skirting the beach between the t
'ed 1 to attend the 1947 Dally shaken up and bruised, but escaped
inally to cover street paving costs down a little," but voted In favor Gulf and the lagoon Is scheduled
alien Bible School of the FIrstIst up to now required only 2'j per serious Injury, when their of the motion after Caspersen to be open to traffic by Sunday.

: Church of Venice will cent Interest payments but that car overturned on the Tamlaml pointed out that the $12 rate Work on the new road was

: next Monday morning Au- rate soon will rise to three per Trail about five miles south of would give KMI a substantial reduction virtually completed early this

11. It was announced last cent and later on, through pro- Sarasota yesterday afternoon as from $4.250 to $3,600 week, with only a little grading

.t by the Rev. D. Campbell gressive increases, to as high as Mrs. Retty swerved to avoid colliding figuring on a 300-student body remaining to be done by the Ml
l foid. I
five cent. with a car that entered the
per basis. county. ,
p school will run from 9:30 Two representatives of Crum- highway from a side road Although a shortage of road
The amending motion passedby
to 12 noon from Monday to mer and Co. the financial house Bystanders righted the Retty funds last Monday caused the

fay next week and the followWetk. representing the bondholders, ap- pickup truck, which was not ser a 3 to 1 vote, Dr. Thompson county commissioners to halt

| peared before the council to de- iously damaged, and Mrs. Retty voting "no" with the explanation highway work and lay off crews

he Rev. Crawford will act as mand- higher mlllage levy for and Mrs. Appolson continued that he still believed the fie throughout the county. Hlgel succeeded

RlPal and will be assisted by debt service and the bond retirement their trip to VeniceComing, was excessive. yesterday In getting Commissioner .
fOllowing faculty: Mrs. Mur- I fund They were W. J. -- --- -- ------ Trailer Park W. L. Woodard to pro

1 Thompson, Mrs. Tom Hub- : Meredith and W J. Noel both of The council also discussed. vide equipment to finish the Inlet

Mrs. J. D. Arnall, Mrs. D.Pbell Orlando."It I Events briefly the possibility of creatinga road work. .

[ Crawford Mrs. George appears the city has not municipal trailer camp at VenIce Only extremely unfavorable

el. Jr- and the Misses Betty been making the levy for debt Monday, August 11 Army Air Field and City Supervisor weather will prevent opening of

and Nadine Hayes. Mrs. service that it Is supposed to," i 9:30: a.m.-12 noon. Monday P H Mallory was instructed the road by Sunday Hlgel said

\Haye, will be in charge of Meredith said In opening the discussion i through Friday, First Baptist to see what could be done

eshmentl. "and though we have no Church Dally Vacation Bible along this lineCouncilman .

serious complaint to make, you School. George Higel urge I WeatheR I

Tide Tables are ft little short and we want to 8:30: p.m., meeting of No-Vel ed that something be done to

make sure you' understand that Post American Legion, at Venice create such a trailer park. Councilman TEMPERATURE RAINFALL

VENICE INLET under the terms of the bond contract Air Base clubhouse. Brohard also voiced ap- O.I. High Low Inchn

Aug I 6:14 HI 1111 0.m. 10:11 Low you should levy at least 10 Tuesday, August 12 proval of the idea suggesting, Fri., Au,. 1 89 71 0.00

Aug I -.__ I:M ..11I. 11.41 'a.m..11I. mills for debt service when you 8 p.m., meeting of Young Matrons "Why don't we see If we can't get Sat., Aug. 2 ... ..... 91 70 0.00

, a UI. I. ._ T lOT p.... 11,11 ,.11I. set the new tax rate"Caspenen Bible Circle at home of somebody Interested in It?," after Sun.. Aug 3 ........... 91 72 0.00

. Aug. II I:01 "III. .:11 ,.... Objects Mrs. George Higel, Jr. Councilman Caspersen had Mon, Aug 4 ............ 94 73 0.00
:11 ...
: a:: :: 0505 a '4as:10 ,.11I. However City CouncilmanFinn Thursday, August 14 observed that nothing definite Tues., Aug 5 ............ 93 73 0.11

... :: sacs .:: saa: :::: Caspersen objected to the 830: p.m., Venice Lions Club could be done until the city actually Wed., Aug 6 ............ 87 72 0.00 It

aa.. II 14_.- lairs am 1ta ,." council committing Itself to a meets, Target Trailer .Park restaurant acquired the land from the Thurs. Au,. 7 ........ 80 71 073

Il I::ra IT p...... 1111 4 N4 ,....... (Continued on page six) I, Laurel.. (Continued on page five) Total to date this month .... 084ttli



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Two VENICE August! 1,1 l

7.000-MILE TRIP AMATEURSContinued Venice Loses will end be announced over the e
Legion Auxiliary I Grady
Mr ,and Mrs. J M. Dick returned local team TaYlororu
Discusses Plans to Venice last week-end after ( from page one) But Still Holds not known just In when eXPlalninc 1

a 7.000-mile vacation trip by auto other; contesting acts LeadIn Play Its next gameGONDOLIER Venice 1
For Labor DayThe .that took them to such famed Last Tuesday night, a "free to League
all" motion picture showing was ---
I Pike's Peak, Yellowstone that marked the debut -
American Legion Auxiliaryof scenic spots as held at KMI, with more than 100 a game Classified I
No Vel post held Its regular Park, the Carlsbad Caverns adults and children In attendance. of young Billy Hankins as a cost little, yet produce

meeting last Monday night at I and the Grand Canyon Soda pop and candy were given starting pitcher! for the local soft- suits Just phone Venice line
the Venice Air Base Legion club of ball team, the Venice nine last 31311,
Dick Is co-owner of The RexallStore. away to add to the enjoyment fore 5 pm
house, with Ann Surls president I Ir the affair. 'Wednesday night at Payne ParkIn ,
and Phyllis Curry, secretary, conducting ,Sarasota dropped a 10 to 5
Issuance of the financial report -
the session I ---- game to the City of Sarasota Venice
Mrs. Adorjan was approved
Reports were given by various LABOR DAY by General Chairman Jack squad 'I RADIO SERVICE 1

committee chalimen The auxiliary Wilkinson and Acting Chairman Hanklnn pitched the first four I i MOIFRV ,Test h5E Rgt'IpVtnew \
extended a rising vote of I Continued from page one' B E Bowen, who pointed out and one-third Innings, before beIng PARTS

thanks to the committee in ,' and free hotel accommodations "this is In fulfillment of the relieved by Byron Jones, regular :
charge of the food booth at the Sunday evening and Monday I pledge we made when we launched hurler. I
g July 4 celebration, Mis Mabil morning Mrs Thelma Tresher, the Summer Recreation Program Venice still retains the lead in :
SUI Is, chaiiman Mrs. Lois SJo manager of the El Patio Hotel, ," the American division of the i I
II; blom thanked all who hl'lpl'dlIh where they will stay will act as "In addition to providing county softball league, with Sarasota -
1 the Summer Recreation Piopiam /
worthwhile entertainment for In the runner-up spot, ROVE RAIII" :
Plans were discussed for the The three winning girls will receive adults and children of Venice. A revised schedule for the remaining lace PHOVF F-TIM4TIH'
auxillarj participation In the their awards and will be Nokomis and vicinity all summer be 151 W. Venice, A,.,It:%
t few to played I
: games t'
.. roaring Labor Day cl'lt'bl'lltton in honored guests at the dance and long, through the medium of

which the auxiliary will have entertainment to be given at movies' beach parties, and ama- raLSB M OT SKi '!):,Z01
charge of food sales, with Mrs. I
r EMI that night as the climax of teur shows they commented '

't Mabel Suils at chairman the all day program jour committee sponsored a big A Privilege to Live In FloridaA
, Other highlights of the day to community Fourth of July) cele-
I FOR QUICK, RELIABLE be staged: following the beauty oration and conducted a free Distinction to Live in Venice
contest in the morning, will Include 'Learn-to-Swim' course wits 30
VenicePlumbing : A big! fM: fry, quarterhore childeu receiving graduation certificates } H. N. WIMMERS
: "' Shop lacing, athletic and novelty ," Fr}

r Box 14, Venice Phone 2153" competition for prizes, a softball The financial report follows: t Realtor
t wane. and an air how, E
,R ,,4.1 St, Maiks Guild t 5.00 F
lID rHa Ve You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet American Legion Auxiliary 10.00 Where the Tensional Trail Meets the Open Gulf

, .. (OME IV LET IS SHOWi No-Vel Post, A Legion 1000 P1
.. 1\J,1DL\
'IT i ,. YOU TillS PLANE THAT Chamber of Commerce 10.00 :nQrpSKiSlSlBEDROOM

Jt : SEE VENICE FROM. THE AIR PASSENGER. HOPS_$1.50 Christian Service 10.00 .
V-N Women Club] 1000
f Service Club 10.00
Government-Approved Community
School Continuous Enrollment

i :I: J & J AIIIOMH\ ( INC.P July City of 4th Venice Proceeds 110 9865 00 Lim

\ "Movie" Proceeds 7601
\ I I II')x 2349 P, O. Box 291 P, O, Box 1137
F O Jn -r -- Venire 2511 F, T. D EXPENDITURES

"Movies" S 8210
I Amateur Night Prizes 6.00

r VENICENOKOMISBANK Share July 4th Proceeds
Amer, Leg, Aux, 12.99
Youth Center 5.70

Fireworks, July 4th 100.00
Prize money, July 4th 32.00
Miscellaneous expenses.
VENICE! FLORIDA Including Fourth of

'WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" July supplies, candy.
Soda pop etc
List attached! 107.28
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. t

: i I j Total Expenditures $34607 ,
5000 Maximum Insurance $5000 1 Balance on hand. to bpI
For Each Depokitor I
I turned into P.-T,A.
treasury S 359:
t I
I Flank Green has returned to

Venice, flying down from Akron, BLONDE MAHOGANY
Ohio, after a month's visit In
New York City and Cleveland Double n- Twin Beds

OF Ohio.


Mrs William Driggers 'the former ROLL-

Wanda Elliott>)> and her
daughter, Jackie, have left for
Fort Monmouth N. J,. to jon: her WAYBEDS

i Friendly Companions husband. who Is stationed there
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Congenial Conversation

o0 Complete with3IAttrrss

And the Best Drinks) in Town !i 1'c :

i At Popular Prices.That's aws iN


What You Get atSmitty'

91-Ma 1-

s Tavern --0-- Me Also Carry

Fishin; StlPI'E A Variety of

\\ mne Equipment LOl'l'rPr'l'l'dSprIngs

"The Bright Spot on the Trail" Hnrdwire '

PaInts I Enamels:

Delicious Sz.ndwiches.\Vh' n You Are Hungry

Plastic Age KING
125 South Temiami Trail Venice: Boat & Equipment Co.
Feather Your Nest With A Little Down"Pl'
Phone 2753 :iTA
On The Trail NOkomis


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Special All-Event Tickets Are Now On Sale At


They May Be Obtained From Any Member Of No-Vel Post


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Personally, we can take a hint. After about the leventeenth It ..... Sunday 8thool.HniltfeI

j\ a guy kicks us In the teeth we gather the general idea he Isn't .t:55 II:...ID.,'.....Morning.. Evening Youth FU"'I Yo orhip.,.

_._n_'._ ui _in__ comradely u spirit. 1 Wednesday and ':10 service P..... II"" .
"I do not agree with a word you say, but I will defend We don't know about the rest of asota paper had run reproductions 1Ea.1'.d eons service.S''kft
with life right to it.' VOLTAIRE we're concerned .t ..... Sunday school,
my your lay you, but so far as of planned Tarpon Tourna- Lampp. .up'l. II",

Published every Frid.r. Editorial and business office, 313 W..t we think we've participated in ment publicity and ads not even p... Church wrvlrt,
Venice AT.I>U., Venice, Fkrid P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131., our last Sarasota Tarpon Tourn- so much as mentioning Venice
ament. And we've a hunch we're FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
special trip to tour*
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION not alone In our "fed up" feel nament headquarters in Sarasotato vSff1-

Entered ai econd-cUit matter June 6, 1946 at the post officeat ing. point out that "oversight." We D. Campbell. CnCord, FlUtam.
finish In this It Bible Cl..>,
Venice. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. From start to were assured it was unintentional II '.11I. Morning ..?ire.
yrar'i tournament that typical and that Venice would be In- ':IV p.lD. B.Y.P.U
Subscription rates: One year, $250 six months $1.50 three Sarasota habit of Ignoring Ven- ta0 p.III. Evening ....I,..
future publicity (although -
cluded In W.dn..d.
months 75c. Claiiified advertising rate 2 cents word first 20 .. p.m. Yid, .
per Ice <( Words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. schools or almost .
tarpon or late to correct the ads) and The

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS .. .... ........ Editor and Publisher anything else except collecting Gondolier would be kept posted OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH

HELEN WILLIAMS. ... .. ..... .. .... Office Manager money has cropped up with I In re all tournament announce. R... J. W. Hinton, Page
10 .m. Sunday 8,h..o!
irritating frequency.It : n ul
ments etc.Accepting:. Morning services I ,,.m. 11.1.\.11&
happened during last year's the explanations In Evening .....lreI 4dn..l.,. I !10,

rf Double Congratulations tournament, too, and. we un- good faith, we endeavored to play pnytr meeting_

derstand, has been "standardequipment" up the tournament In our col- ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL

A double compliment is in order for the Venice :and In Sarasota-Venice umns each week and even attempted CHURCH
relationships for many a to defend the tourney Riviera St. .nd P.I..... Plus
t 1 Nokomis men and women who conducted the P.-T.A. year before that. When plans for officials when the "Tarpon" automobile Edward King, In ch.r,, II
I sponsored Summer Recreation Program for this community this j'ear's tournament came up. bumper cards for Ven- .,45 ..m.ummvr Sunday Mrvlnw II.hool.II .
we had the temerity to remind the a.m. Morning ""?..
ice arrived with a glaring mis- _
which will to conclusion next Friday
, come a gentlemen of Sarasota of some of
take that oddly enough, DIDN'Tappear
night: with the presentation of the third and final "Ama- that 1946 cavalier treatment on similar Sarasota bumper CHURCH OF COD

[ teur Night" at the Gulf Theatre when that refurbished This year, though, they said, cards. "C apT I a I prize.") II... C.Venice D. Jerniii.n Avenue, Finn

ihowhouse reopens after being closed for the past two there'd be no lack of cooperation But for virtually all of our 10 ..m. Sunday grhom.
U '.m. Pn.chin
And Venice certainly would tournament news we had to llJO m. Preaching.
and half months.Congratulations li
II a be sell-publicized. Yes sir! No consult the columns of the Sarasota Thursday. tilu II.m., Young P"Y,
effort would be pared to see that When tourney officials .
II paper. Friday, "= broths .g"<,.
: are in order for General Chairman :'_
Venice got more than an even made announcements or

Jack Wilkinson, Acting Chairman B. E. Bowen and Sec. break In 1947. And so far as The released "official leader" lists, VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH

retary-Treasurer Marjorie Adorjan and all of those who Gondolier was concerned why we were Ignored although Ven- NMMM >l Tampa AitniHVmc
think no more about It, m'boy! ice Welghmaster Buddy Ringo .
assisted them with the program not only for a hard job Of course the Anglers' Club wouldsee and Harry Beach, secretary of Re*. C. L. tM.ndH Put"

I well done, hit for recognizing that! it is only fitting and that It was supplied with all' the V-N Chamber of Commerce, I i m. ideas.MEDIUM .

,f press releases and complete In- who represented the Antlers'
proper that a public accounting should be made of the We TACKLE, Mil Jill
do It.
formation. "Happy to
' Club down here, co-operated to
I. program's financial affairs. Shoal, Kirklyn Pa. 110; XLHoglns
WANT all the publicity we can the best of their ability.
!" Atlanta, Oaf 108', He I
'j.t Too often campaigns for funds are waged and, once THE GONDOLIER RECEIVED Last week the tourney endedat bert Showman Columbus !Iat|
midnight Thursday. We checked
the is obtained the officials in of SINGLE LINE 104!/,.
' money charge such NOT ONE Thursday night with Ringo I

,'I. campaigns do not bother to report how much was collected OF NEWS. PUBLICITY. OR and Beach and confirmed a report LIGHT TACKLE, Clemens
AD'ERTISING'OLUNTAR- I Hoppe Palm Beach I 861a.
:and what happened to the money. Then they ILY FROM THE ANGLERS' that we the had Sarasota heard officials to the effect had third place instead ol Ma I JIf

wonder why the public does not readily respond the next I CLUB. finally] condescended to allow the W. Walholm, Wlnnetka III It |

time they pass the hat. By the way. we had Informed rightful claim of 10-year-old Billy WOMEN'S DIVISION Ira
John Hill Osprey 98'j song]
H. S. Bowden president of the Joseph. Jr.. of Nokomis to first

The Gondolier, for one, is happy to applaud the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of prize In the children's division. I end place.To add. the final Insult, ware
Summer Recreation Commerce we would gladly con- Harry also confirmed the fact
Program officials for making a public Informed that Hun
tribute to the local Tarpon Tour- i there would be a "Tarpon Ball"at
accounting of receipts and disbursements. We be- nament fund whatever money Lido Beach In Sarasota Friday Ltuschner. president ol' Ik

lieve their frankness will pay definite dividends next was spent with us on tournament I, night as per the three large Sarasota County AIIII." CIA
! sponsors of the tourney, mat:
should advertising, within reason.) I ads inserted in the Sarasota pa-
year, they decide to once again sponsor such a a talk at the ball Friday DbL!
At the very beginning of this per by the Anglers' Club. He had
11 ii worthwhile summer program and ask for financial aid. year's tournament, after the Sar- I not been advised however of any for It was Sarasota a fine talk merchants full of lusts ut

changes in the standings other
. people for their splendid ro-.
than the Billy Joseph one.
Iteration In staging the 1947 Tarpon -
At 8 a-m. Friday, just before ..
BETTER "BUYS" Tournament And It
going to pnfsj we made another broadcast over the radio. Ia
last-minute check with poll' -
Only one little jarring |
Beach. No they had not Informed Leuschner never M much i II
him of any new leaders. do"
mentioned Venire once
As far as he knew the
HOMEFURNISHINGS Ing his entire talk!
had was correct So. we ran that We understand Leuschner W|
list of ""'lnl\'l'1. But that pointed
that fact called rather
NEL night's Sarasota paper showednew to his attention aftern*|

and different winners In Seems like it's always "afUr'

5EEDURNEWHOV1E. NEW MODERN DESIGNS four different classifications.Otto wards," doesn't It?> We uncle|
( Schedler of Milwaukee stand too. that a couple of
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE STYLING! was correctly listed as the capital later he laughingly asked a *|
prize winner subsequently drawIng over I III
OUTFITS netian if Venice
LOWEST PRICES a Cadillac automobile.) "peeve" about the incident IK|

For the sake of the record, here After' next year's toumamJ

according to the Sarasota paper, It Is reported he said. "l/iell hi

are the winners and weight of a talk devoted entirely to p1lf|

112 their catches in the other divisions ing Venice to make up for It'
: I We Join with that Venetian
HEAVY TACKLE, Harry his curt retort: "What makes
Quickel Anderson, Ind. 114V4: think so far as Venice Is
Edward Barnes Sarasota, 111; :cerned. that there's going tole f

Monroe Bradley, Sarasota, 108. 'next year'?"



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August 8. 1947 VENICE
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p.m. Everyone Is welcome. l

LETTERS At the last meeting the club Bible Circle Holds TEACHERSContinued BRING GUEST BACK

voted to try to get a Home Nurs- Returning last Tuesday from a

To The 1 ing Course given here by the Speciall\leeting ( from page one) I trip to Alabama Mrs. James )(. ,

American Red Cross free. A text komls High School Principal Keys of Venice brought back with I
The 1
I Young Matrons'
book Bible Class her her niece 16-year-old Mall
EDITOREnjlewood Is all that Is requiredof Mikesell said he expected a crew
met last
Friday evening in a Maude Ala.
each member.In I special of men under direction of Jack Isham of Tuscumbla,
meeting at the home of Mrs.
Accompanying: Mrs. Keys on her
order to get this Wilkinson to start work next
course given V. B. Dixon. The
Rev H. P. Jelks vacation trip were Barbara Keys
Fla. we are required to have week. Wilkinson has been employed
one I I continued with the study course Lawrence Keys Voncllle Elliott
% bed. one cot two blankets four that he has been teaching. this summer on repair and remodeling and Jimmy Jossart.
tor, towels two work at various schools.
pillows and two pil
[ Gondolier I The hostess served refresh- 1 -- ---
)Ice lowcases. Any donations to this 1 IncludIng those In: Sarasota Os-
ments to the following: The Rev. VISITORS;
rSIr1: cause will be greatly appreciated. I prey and Englewood.0 .
We are trying to and Mrs. Jelk, Mrs. A. L. Chen- After a week's visit lure with
a room In -- ----
i president of the Englewood the school house for this purpose ault Mrs. J. T Birdsong Mrs. AT OSPREY SCHOOL Mr and Mrs. Floyd O. Joynsr,

rich of the "Home Demonstra. Please contact Mrs. Walter Pur- Harry Sjoblom. Mrs. George HI- The county school MM 1-c and Mrs Wilbur Heath i'

n Club." I would like to advise vlsear. Mrs. Virginia Freeze or gel Jr., Mrs. J. S. Wilkinson, Mrs.A. office has announced superinten.dent's the have returned to Atlanta. Ga.
Hider Mrs. B. E. Bowen Mrs. Heath is In the United States
community oi our activities. Mrs. Harry Wells for more Infor- appointment of the teaching staff
[ matioa Margaret Leffler. and Miss Margaret Naval Reserve Mrs. Heath li
Mle club meets the second Dixon for the primary school at Osprey Mrs. Joyner's sister :'

[iir!dar of every month at 2 30 Mrs. Harry Wells. for the coming term which opens

-0- September 8. Mrs. Homer Mike- I
"tN +dNf1+
,"tdtltl k Rochester CLASSIFIEDADS sell will serve as principal, with AFTC3 YOU HAVE
N. Y.
BusinessAND Miss Ruth Jelks who taught at

Dear Mr. Williams: the Laurel school last year, being READ THIS COPY

named teacher, O': THE GONDOLIER. >
I We are leaving here Mondayfor (2. It word first 20 wo.d. I. each
ProfessionalDirectory additional wo.d. Minimum Charles
charge WE'bb'as appointed WHY NOT MAIL IT d ,
Venice. Have had wonderful n. .ash with Ad Special rates
for more than 0.0 insertion of the janitor of the Osprey school ;
vacation here and at Watertown satr a.. Auo wilt, bo accepted over while Mrs. Paul Bieice was named TO SOME FRIEND t
Ili- 1.lrp ono (3111) up 10 I p.m. '
f>>1t N1tNtJrNr t MS,n and Sacket's Harbor N Y., and Thursday, with the understanding custodian of the Englewood UP NORTH? ..

Cornwall and Montreal Canada. I pomplly.od.II') will remit payment school. f

ROOFINGRoof -- -- :1f :
enjoyed The Gondolier. It
was a long letter from home
Hirer J
and Ruhditinliin Murk
ALVIN P. JONES every week. I WANTED A child must have reached the We Iliivi- An All.N-w Outft." Inr'''' t 'I,I'

Phone 2981 Luella Bronson 1 age of five years and nine monthson port ,il.1im Hull,lour .1
Nor- ..1 To"". M"rk"I, phone IS"6. September 1 to be eligible to Clemons & Wagner

WANT TO lltY a ,,.,.,-,...m, h..11. enter school during the coming phone 3231 I'. O. Ilea .7 1'V "
"ih round for Hurt' "n and (,tilt. In iir year, under the new state education F.VICK I
mar V.nire l'ri.,1 al..ut H.Mm, Huh I
Winter Reservations Red t:. M.r."l.nd. .IIfl ..nt"n Av*> Now law it was announced this
Irk City 67 week by the
county superintendent A

BUSINESS PERSONALS of public Instruction office DependableService .

If You are Planning on Coming to Venice Previously. children who had i ;
PEPTIC TANK and Ouno.,1 rushing reached that age by the day
..In Modern .
Next Winter, May We Suggest Now) Is the ao able r.".. l.rttnll pumping! and eqmimrnt.All -n. Phone K school opened were eligible to enroll M SPECIALIST. IN

1 4'1. Chrysler Products
Time to Make Room Reservations ? I
DR\EWA PIT IK Murk fill dirt -----
.hill. ('"n.".... work of nil kinds with
I .mix,.r. Until Ad""... Phone S412 K.111 FEE NOKOMISGARAGE d

Many of Our Foresighted Guests

__REAL__ _h_ESTATE_ ___ FOR_ SALE (Continued from page one) mI
\lready Have Done So, Freeing Their government I ;

Minds from Any "Where-Shall-We-Suv !" Acreage Caspersen declared cost of GEORGE T, DEVLIN ; I I u+

properly developing such a park I Phone 2581 [ t

Questions. VENICE FARMS would amount to $50000 or more

and would be too big a job for the s

$25.00() to .S50.00() () city council to then tackle decided at this to time have Mallory The'- cratchin..5 r. asi

EL PATIO HOTELttt An Acre make an Investigation and For quick relief from itching rained by _-..-..
report back athlete,,">I.arabiea families and other,\dune +
I conrlitwnt mt pure. ending medcatrd.loqwd
FEE SIMPLE DEED To Sell Lots I'I D. D.O. PHEtCDirTION' A doctor formula
\ \\'. Venire Axe. VENICE, FLORID.PhJllt' 357 (..."...1.... and stainless Soothe comfort and
The council authorized sale of quickly calms intense itching, J5c trial bottle
Purchaser to for abstract "the old fire house site," three prove 1 1.or money back IJont surfs Ask Tour
pay druggist today lot D. D. O. mttCBimwiWhy
--- --- in Block 53, just north of the

KMI buildings to Robert S. Bay --- --

H. X. WimmersREALTOR nard for $750 t

City Supervisor Mallory was II r

VENICE. FLORIDA authorized to go ahead with repairing

and painting tile clt>'- -


building at the Trail and Venice

NOTK: avenue. Mallory reported F. M
Lanlus bidding $186 was the lowest
endure the torture of Itching.
Not ire heivhy given Hint the un. ..- of four biddets for the paint- burning skin. tormenting rashes and
"Mild. luniiant in the "t'irtnmu. Name other external kin Irritations when
statute." Huns Hill No ITS. Ihmi'.r Ing Job. eratpful users all over the USA. aro
N... Laws ..( Florida. 11,41.I will
2"P&I. Idling of bled relief from Moose
',-. ....r sill th, I.Io'rk..if th,' ('ire tot A representative of a Sarasota Emerald Oil
in In and I r?r Hiiranita County H.irUi taxi film asked the council concerning Get small bottle from your dniMint
< uplift roeHM .if pr..., .f the in.hitii- today..a Use as directed for just IVoiy: ,. !
i n ?| loft nun., lh fullll inme. I", '! the poss'bility!' of obtaining Your nlOney back If not
silt an exclusive franchise for aaUHft.d. Ask for Moune' comPI.lelr.
inter" which I am ..n..d In hu,.lti..,. furnh':1In! taxi and bus service I .
I ,'M''''t sac enuaie (In 10".1"-.. at num.
Registered Broker I" r 'M 1 W,-,t \'.nil' Av.nn. In tie lit as well as a U-Dii\e-It stand foi
Real Estate
\chic' .. Florida, Venice He was informed the city
'that the party iI.1 In MM bu. 6 BACKAGAIHyour
I" .r, P111-01 ordinance was designed to pro-
TM'||.'Hr',1 I lint,.1 at V,''',,,, !l.ra...tH county I'll's"! \''de for competition and no exclusive 8 oldfavorite ;
WE HAVE SEVERAL ,In' Ih.1,ih' 'Aw II.. HM7nh t.t.i5.22V franchise could be giant !

I id Howt'\.t'r.lI': wa Invited to
NICE HOMES AND submit a proposition In writing
for consideration by the council
10 II lillIT MAY l'ONn.HN t tNo later on. t
APARTMENT HOUSES !I. herehy uhtn thitt the. tm.ler i .___
cign.vL l pr.nant, to the Hrtlli.M. Name
8'atul,.." Howe Hill N. MClmptir '
N" 2ut'h1. Low. "' rlirlln, It'll will PROMOTED:
FOR SALE '.Bint,., with the Clerk of the dr.nil
"'' art. In and for Sirn.U ('...only (1..,. D.. Douglas R. Murphy Vcn- '
ids. lam nveipt of pnmf n' the puhlllaltim Ice-Nozomis H'gh! School gradu- Best and
of thin notre. the fl-tit' "... name, Biggest
Prices Reasonable 1..Wltl ate and son of Mrs. Alexander !

nnilir AkKA which. RIVER we are: .n.'d IAMIN8" III bun.wa.we ( Murphy: of Venice has been pro CIGAR2for1Sc

..xpw't In In IOn I', 8 moted to the post of resident surgeon
41 lion (..... WML1"f M,a"kkil'"KI....'. $nra -
3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone 3581"In ..la rminty. Flnrl.hi. .... of Charleston General Hospital -
""I t th.' ,p.Ir' .. int.r.td ,In said I. Charleston W Va Like Dr
inn .n."rl. are n
H dealer ii out el
.1"hn n Kot.r. 50 per rent James E. Blades, Venice surgeon you
BUMIICSS To Help Build Venice and Venice Values" h' It" Krst..r. 60 per rrnt.listed Job tvitlni, writs I*
.1 V..I... S..nt. County. Dr. Murphy is an alumnus of the
'-- L IfWISR\ MfG. to., KW! 3. t. 1
F' ride. Aiiuuxt 2. University of Louisville. |
.thli.h Aua. U-22,2u

Venice Furniture COil

t G. HAINES Owner "A HOME-OWNED,0 STO E" Phone 3133 TERMS IF DESIRED 321 West Venice Avenue

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Landlords Can Get SIGN --

VISITED WEST COAST Englewood Girl, SEWERSContinued Louis

Mr. and Mrs Stan Richardson Suter owner-OPerator, ,
of the R and R Sporting Goods' Venice Boy Win ( from page one) Rent Increases the Venezia Hotel last w T a

e1.oe this week arrived back in definite debt service levy at this Without LeasesLandlords upa mlie.Provokinggn, *:
Venice after a 9,000-01111' vacation Festival PrizesA lacy
the Trail
out at
time and then cut the ground the rear or
tip Ly all plane and auto that the 10m
Crummer and still obtain rent hostelry
from under the may It read:
tcdt :hem as far west as Ported Venice boy and an: Englewoodgirl "Schedler seer,
Co. position by pointing out: Increases In many cases withouta Here May 16" :
On the youngsters The .,
were among wines)
1. Tn city has materially Increased lease being necessary, Joseph the
-- who captured prizes In the Marchof capital prize )In the
valuations Sarasota Area Rent
Its assessment O Taylor, !
FROM: WASHINGTON Times Festival held last Tues- Tarpon Tournament
since last year which figures Director said this week adding a Cad11r
Mr and Mrs J, Webster Man- day night In the Central School was Otto Schedler
under Crummer & Co, were using that the Sarasota office Is cur of M||,

Sired! sponsorship auditorium of at the Sarasota Amvets Auxiliary and therefore a six.mill levy not rently granting rent adjustmentsat Wise While fishing out of VnT
10, would be all that would be required the rate of 10 per month. Schedler made the
arJtf fctav coming here pilncly Sarasota Post No Vcnczt ill
to raise the approximately "There has been so much discussion headquarters
be- "Butch" Joyner.
I to inspect the new home Floyd Oliver
$13000 for debt service they were of the '15 per cent In.
"c 1.1 It for them on Pensacola Jr. three}ear-old son of Mr and
,!id. TheY plan to return to Mrs Floyd O Joyner of Venice demanding, crease' provision of the new law --
7'a'hington early next wck was adjudged the "Most Hand- 2. The city Intends to refund t'J1aother sections of the act VEKICETAXICAB
some Boy" in the 30 months andover the $312000 bonded Indebtedness :'have been overshadowed' the
ace class and received a cup and already has a commitment ,i'rent official stated.
U1lta t
as his award. from one financial house to dl.j I The 15 per cent provision he
GOES INTO APRESCRIPTION Vocalist Carol Ue Tate, five pose of the new bonds at a explained allows rents to be increased SERVICE

? I \rar-old daughter of Mr. and of Interest not exceeding three I I up to that amount when

Mrs J. D Tate of Englewood per cent. sO It will not be necessary landlord and tenant voluntarilyenter

,/( I Il .p- I If lid for first place with Yvonne for the city to make an increase { into a valid written lease Phone 3161

"; Smith of Sarasota vocalist and in debt service levy to provide extending through Dec 31, 1948.
1-1' / dincer in the amateur show for the higher Interest ratesIt However, there: are still several If No Answer

i staged as part of the evening would have to pay under the grounds on which a landlord I

t. ) [ -ii iJ";1'\... tntertalnmtnt. present arrangement. may petition for a rent adjust- Please Call 2621
l i Paul Ooldensteln Venice and I Wants Lower Kate meet without a lease Taylor
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Sarasota music teacher acted as "In fact" Casprsen said "we 'pointed out. His office may grant -

master of ceremonies of the mow: would like to pet an even lowei I lu'vvaid adjustments: on the basis
I Among the youngsters participating rate than three per cent for at I 10f ma lor capital improvements to

In the contest were Jon least the next five years, M> we the property, Increased services I JossartKincaidDependable

Barry \\imbish son of Mr. and could have more money to develop financial hardship, special relationship riumbfn
Mrs Barry Wimbish of Venice, the city and to keep up the I at the time of the "rent I
who played a sweet wind solo and streets for which the bonds originally freeze." and several other groundshe I Contracting & Repainnj]

Billy Joseph Jr.. son of Mr and were Issued said
I 323 W. "f'nlrf'Itnue
Mrs Wlllhm Joseph Sr, of Nokomls Contending Crummer and CoIf In all such cases. Increases are

It wanted to. could afford to not automatic Taylor declared. I Phone 2665LIST

ingredients four doctor -- refund the bonds at a cost much The landlord must first file a pe- I -0I .

THE of count, but also WINS AWARD less than would have to be borneby tition with the rent office and I OF
Tie name of Kay SJoblom, an increase in rent can't be
some other financial house. put
I '
there foci the scientific kno..f.edg. ) DISSATISFIED ( IsTOMEll
j elg'lt-'l'ar-old; daughter of Mr, Caspersen Invited Meredith and Into effect until after the petition I
end Il..ilor. / of
and Mrs Hairy SJoblom was inadvertently Noel to submit a refunding prop- has been approved, he said I
i our expert pharmacist The omitted from the list I
osition with the 2"a to 3 percent ]
why >o. "I) bring preicriptiomIn of children who succeeded In interest rate" the city would I VO BAND PRACTICE

ut with crnfidrn e. passing their swimming test. Kay like to obtain Paul Oolderstein announced
es I swam the length of the Pines Ho- I
While making ro definite commitment today the Alpha Music Shop will
The Recall Store tel pool and received a certificate Meredith and Noel I be closed all next week reopening I I

-' ... ,, I signed by Instructor Louis I II .I agreed the new facts brought out I
I '
r r |" H spninl.ts" August 18. while he and Mrs I
I IM omiF I Suter as well as a felt during the discussion,
AM alto materially Ooldensteln take a short vacation .
"tarpon"I. i
f-IIONF: SIFT \ ':SII"& I emblem. changed their conception of the I trip He also announced I I

entire matter and Intimated they there will be no Venlce-Nolcomls

I may submit a refunding proposition High School band practice next I

to the city council either at I Wednesday. The next band practice I
GulfTheatre Its next meeting on August 19. will be held at the school at I I
or at the September 2 meeting 9 am. the following Wednesday,
To Consult With Brother August 20.
I Getting back to the sewage disposal I ,
\ .
system financing Robert SBavnard r fffltlf111t111NN-f NfNN Hl f111t.tf1lflfeA

president of the Venice '
Land Co. and a partner In Bay. SALE

" nard Bros Realty and Insurance I

Co, was present at the council I Government Surplus Buildings

meeting and said he would consult
Immediately with other officials !- 40 20 x 60 20 x 100

VENICE I of the financial firm regardIng I 40
20x90 16 16
II I handling of the $275000 In x
I sewer revenue certificates

The city already has an agree : PARKS & TATE

Will Reopen ment calling for $225,000 In reve-
nue certificates to be handled by'' 10 Venice Array Air Base

Baynard Bros, but Increased construction : .1t+1t+t+tlt+lt ,yMlrlt tt11Hr1V

costs made It necessaryto
boost the amount to $275,000.
Friday Baynard said he did not believe V
there would be any major difficulty .

In floating:: the Issue at the .,

August 15 higher figure.

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Final "Ama *ur Night" Show of The Summer O'JlIGIl Going North On L'
Recreation Program Will Be Prf'St"nted.lnnf'n At

Crab Previous Prizes.ShI' and New Contestants Will Compete For Buying Trip ,,,k



Mabel Surfs 165J. SATURDAY AUGUST 9th ,

J. Jossart 198 FOR REPAIR WORK. ;


.: Starring :- BOWLAKADEAnd Grill KNOWLES JEWELERSThere's

ZACHARY SCOTT 245 West Venice Ave.
Phon. 2661 Post Office Arcade Venice ,

Selected Short Subjects GRILL OPEN
7 ajn. to 11 pm

(Opens 4pm. Sundays) svF e qd 'G

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